The most recent Yakfinities Customizing Challenge has concluded!
Click here or on the above image for the Roundup Report and check a out great variety of 49 different smugglers from around the galaxy, and find out which Yakface forum members are walking away with some free figures!
And a big thanks to DanOfTheDead for compiling the images once again!
Recently Yakface forum member TK1945 shared an amazing custom project in the forums – a Scout Class Jawa Sandcrawler!
This thing is huge – just imagine an official Hasbro Sandcrawler anywhere near this size! As that may never happen, fans like TK1945 can make up for it in their own way with efforts like this – check out all the pics he has shared after the jump!
Since its launch in 1996, StarWars.com has periodically undergone changes in order to reflect its growing and evolving audience, and to keep pace with the rapidly shifting nature of the online world. This new version of the site is the biggest re-haul since Star Wars‘ official online presence began, and it will continue to grow and evolve in the immediate future. This is just the start of things, but an important one.
For the complete article and to explore the site, head on over to the new StarWars.com!
A special thanks to StarWars.com for including Yakface on their official Fan Sites page!
One of the most anticipated figures of the year is now available loose via overseas eBay seller tunghori. These probably won’t last long, and with distribution problems continuing to affect the TVC line (combined with this figure being slated at just one figure per case), why not click on the image above and order one? Or is it worth holding out in hopes that Hasbro will come through and this figure won’t be so difficult to track down in stores? Share your thoughts in the forums!
It’s that time again… category voting has begun for the next Yakfinities Customizing Challenge!
Every vote counts, so if you’re registered in the forums be sure to take a moment to make your voice heard by clicking here!
Also as a reminder, the current theme is still live until September 30, so there is still plenty of time to submit a custom entry for your chance to win some free figures!
Forum member combatJedi reports finding the new exclusive Droid Attack on the Coronet Battle Pack at a Toys”R”Us just yesterday – so might be a good idea to swing on by your local store to see if they have this in stock yet ($24.99). Hopefully this set goes over well and gets Hasbro to make a new OT Probe Droid set as well (who doesn’t want that anyway?)!
Note – some of the latest Clone Wars figures have been sighted at Toys”R”Us this week as well via pallet displays in front of the Star Wars promo sections at the front of the store (Savage Opress, Seripas, Saesee Tiin)… as always, your mileage may vary.
Following The Enloe Chronicles photonovel series that concluded in late 2010, pre-work continues for the next series that launches in the OT era, The Enloe Trials.
While official previews are still several months out, we do have several more new custom characters to introduce, as well some new versions of established characters from the series.
Check them out by clicking on the above image!
The current Yakfinities Customizing Challenge continues, but only has about one month left!
If you’re new to customizing or an aging veteran like myself, we invite you to hop on into the forums and join in by submitting your own custom smuggler!
Our friends at Jeditemplearchives.com are reporting that the latest wave of Clone Wars figures have surfaced at a Wal-Mart in Hilltown, PA. Click on the image above for a closer look.
Yakface forumite Darth Kikinou (founder of Photonovelalliance.com) has released the latest installment in his prequel based photonovel series, Guardians of Peace and Justice.
Kick back for a bit and enjoy all the customs, dioramas, and creative storyline in this latest adventure after the jump!