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Sunday, 28 June 2009

More Star Wars From Jedi Master Nads...

4 new Star Wars themed items from Jedi Master Nads for your geeky pleasure!


The Women of the Prequel Trilogy


Even more women of Star Wars from Starwars.com here, this time featuring the characters from the prequel trilogy. I find these lists fascinating due to how in depth and descriptive the information is behind each one. Definitely worth a look for fans like us! Find the link HERE


Funko Star Wars USB Drives


For a few years now USB drives have not only become highly important for people who wish to carry data around with them or transfer from PC to PC but they've also delved into the 'fun realm' with various companies transforming the drives into characters from the t.v. and movie world. We've already seen some funky Star Wars themed USB sticks from Mimobot, but now Funko, the company that's brought us thousands of bobble head's over the past few years, have now decided to enter the market with some 3D versions which closely resemble their bobble line. Only the 2GB versions are available so far, so they're more for collectors than for serious data users, but they still look fun and have that slightly practical edge to them... You can find them on Entertainment Earth HERE on the right hand side of the page at $24.99 each.


What's A 70's Fangirl To Do? Star Wars Collectibles For Girls From The 70's


Starwars.com comes up trumps again with a new list of 70's Star Wars toys and collectibles that were specifically aimed at girls. It's not surprising that I've never seen any of this stuff but my kids would have loved them if they'd been released now! I actually think the Ewok stuff is awesome, I want some of those plushes! Take a look HERE for a 12 page list of funky female themed products.


A Mini Star Wars Michael Jackson Tribute...

Yodanews.com posted a short video on Youtube as a tribute to the late Michael Jackson who passed away last week from a cardiac arrest at 50 years old. Who knew an AT-ST had such soul?


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