If you have never been to WonderCon Anaheim you are missing out on some fantastic cosplay. As San Diego Comic Con gets more and more crowded, many cosplayers are putting a high priority on WonderCon. Besides also being located in Southern California Continue reading
When Disney and Lucasfilm announced their plans to film Star Wars Episodes VII – IX, one of the first questions on fans mind was what would happen to the extensive Expanded Universe stories told in novels, comics, and games for over the past 23 years. Today we have the answer from a post on starwars.com and it is not all that unexpected. Continue reading
From Luke Skywalker and Han Solo to Darth Vader,
ANOVOS Creates Costume Replicas Designed to be Worn
by Fans Throughout the Galaxy; Presales Begin May the 4th
KENOSHA, Wis. (April 25, 2014) – The Force will be strong with STAR WARS fans this spring when ANOVOS Productions LLC unveils its first line of STAR WARS replica costumes designed to be both displayable and wearable.
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WonderCon Anaheim 2014 was once again on Easter weekend and Star Wars Rebels Executive Producer Dave Filoni, Art Director Kilian Plunkett, and Voice Actor Vanessa Marshall had a panel discussing the upcoming animated series. The main message of the panel was this show is Star Wars, in the same hands it has always been in, and that will come across in the look and feel of Rebels. We’ll also be seeing a lot more space battles in Rebels similar to the original trilogy films.
In April 2009 Kotobukiya released the first in a series of ArtFX+ statues based on Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Series One consisted of three statues all based on the main Jedi characters and how they looked in the first two seasons. You have Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker in their half Jedi robes half Clone Trooper armor look, Ahsoka Tano in her earlier seasons outfit with a single lightsaber and removable backpack that carries Huttlet Rotta. Each of these three figures included one or two pieces to make a fourth figure, Master Yoda, who was the Series One build a figure. Continue reading