Do you have a loved one or steadfast friend who sticks by you no matter what? Then this bookmark valentine is just for them! Gamorrean guards protect the one who sits on the throne in Jabba’s palace with an unflinching loyalty. Show the dependable people in your life that same dedication with this DIY The Book of Boba Fett valentine.
Paper, scissors, glue, and a template are just about all you need to hire a Gamorrean guard to fiercely hold the page in a beloved book.
What You’ll Need
Printed Gamorrean template Scissors Green cardstock paper Pencil School glue Brown cardstock paper White cardstock paper Pink colored pencil or crayon Black marker Black cardstock paper Paper hole punch Silver cardstock paper Red cardstock paper
We’ve cracked open The Book of Boba Fett, the latest live-action Star Wars story now streaming on Disney+. But fans of the former bounty hunter have been nodding in appreciation of the character since he first debuted in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. More than 40 years later, his story has expanded first in the prequel films and later in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the animated series, and books and comics. As we anxiously await the next chapter of Boba Fett lore, prove your mettle and find out how well you know the new Daimyo of Tatooine.
Lucasfilm Games announced today that the highly-anticipated LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga will arrive April 5, 2022 — welcome news made even better by the debut of an extensive new trailer. Featuring the biggest look yet at the gameplay, worlds, and humor of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga (Who doesn’t love a dancing bantha?), you can check it out below.
Coming to the Xbox One family of devices, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC, LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga allows fans to play through all nine Episodes of the core saga, travel through hyperspace and explore over 20 unlockable planets, and experience an exciting mix of gameplay, from chaining attacks in
Few would dare steal from Darth Vader’s castle. But few are like the Knights of Ren.
Star Wars: Crimson Reign #4 finds the deadly Knights of Ren — years before the group would join forces with a dark-side Ben Solo — on a mission to retrieve something from inside Darth Vader’s fortress on Mustafar. How their heist connects with Qi’ra’s efforts to destabilize the Empire remain to be seen, but you can check out the cover and the official synopsis of the issue below, as well as other Marvel Star Wars titles coming April 2022, including Star Wars: The Halcyon Legacy #4, Star Wars #23, Star Wars: Han Solo & Chewbacca #2, Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #20, Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #22, and Star Wars: Darth Vader #22.
Bring Home the Bounty revealed a galaxy of Star Wars products, but the fun’s not over! Every Tuesday, StarWars.com will showcase select new Bonus Bounties, featuring collectibles, print-on-demand offerings, and more based on The Book of Boba Fett, now streaming only on Disney+, as well as the legacy of bounty hunters. Check StarWars.com each week, and get your tracking fobs ready.
This week, Bonus Bounties debuts a new Gentle Giant statue featuring Boba Fett seated on the throne of his former employer Jabba the Hutt, based on the end-credit scene in The Mandalorian that announced The Book of Boba Fett, and more!
The Book of Boba Fett is here! Every week, StarWars.com’s “The Book of Boba Fett Cargo Hold” will collect a bounty of extras for each episode of the Disney+ Original Series.
Spoiler warning: This article features imagery and details about the story of The Book of Boba Fett “Chapter 3: The Streets of Mos Espa.”
The Book of Boba Fett continues with “Chapter 3: The Streets of Mos Espa,” now streaming on Disney+, in which the titular former bounty hunter faces new challenges to his reign. Check out the gallery below for character posters, concept art, and much more from the landmark episode!
The Book of Boba Fett concept art by Christian Alzmann.
Calling all bounty hunters and master assassins. The Book of Boba Fett, a new Original Series, is now streaming on Disney+. Armor up and join StarWars.com every week as we list our highlights from each episode.
Spoiler warning: This article discusses plot details from The Book of Boba Fett “Chapter 3: The Streets of Mos Espa.”
Heavy lies the crown when you’re Daimyo. Especially on Tatooine.
With an assassination attempt followed by the arrival of the Hutt Twins, Boba Fett learned quickly that maintaining power would be more difficult than taking it. (Having a moral code, while honorable, hasn’t helped much either.) The third installment of The Book of Boba Fett, “The Streets of Mos Espa,” explores this reality further, as Fett deals with everything from greedy vendors to home/palace invasion.
Star Wars Inside Intel is a StarWars.com feature where Lucasfilm Story Group member Emily Shkoukani, whose job is to know as much about a galaxy far, far away as possible, explores obscure facts about Star Wars lore and continuity. In this installment, Emily analyzes the peculiar coven of Nightsisters….
Making their canon debut in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated television series (after being originally featured in Legends’ The Courtship of Princess Leia in 1994), the Nightsisters were eccentric witches residing on the distant, rocky world of Dathomir. The Clone Wars‘ starring antagonist, Asajj Ventress, hailed from this coven although her upbringing largely differed from that of her sisters. In the show’s episode aptly titled “Nightsisters,” fans first encountered the mystifying culture of these witches.
Like all of us, Lucasfilm creative art manager Phil Szostak has spent much of the past two years at home. But unlike most of us, he wrote another book: The Art of The Mandalorian (Season 2), which takes fans inside the creation of the concept art that brought The Mandalorian’s second season on Disney+ to life.
Szostak has worked on a number of concept art books that tell the design stories behind Star Wars, but this one brought its own unique set of challenges.
“This is the first book I’ve ever written on my laptop at home,” Szostak tells StarWars.com. “That was a new experience, and definitely a challenge.”
And though he struggled to choose one, Szostak did let us in on his favorite image from this year’s book, which