Welcome to From 4-LOM to Zuckuss! A website with laser (blaster) focus on Kenner and Hasbro Star Wars action figures.  Our goal here is to provide pop culture news, checklists, resources, release dates, guides, interviews and so much more on all things Star Wars action figure related. Covering everything from 4-LOM to Zuckuss, we hope to be a fan’s and collector’s resource as we head into a new chapter of Star Wars action figure collecting.

Webmaster & Owner: Jake Stevens (Tacoma, WA)

Email: 4LOMKUSS@gmail.com

Facebook: @4LOMKUSS

Twitter: @4LOMKUSS

Instagram: @from4lomtozuckuss

YouTube: From4-LOMtoZuckuss.com

Created in 2013 at a time when there was a lull in the hobby, Jake Stevens wanted to create a place to share his passion and knowledge of Star Wars action figure collecting. As a lifelong collector and a school teacher by trade, Stevens sought to create a site that educates and spotlights the 1000’s of Star Wars action figures Kenner and Hasbro have produced since 1978. Since then the site has been hosted on Starwars.com, become an official Hasbro Fan Media Site partner, and been featured in convention panels, podcasts, YouTube shows, and documentaries.

In addition to being a 3 3/4″ Star Wars action figure completist, Stevens is a member of SARLACC (Seattle ARea Lucasfilm Artifacts Collectors Club) – The oldest Star Wars collecting club in the United States, a founding charter member of S.T.A.R.S (Seattle/Tacoma Area Rebelscum Society), a cinephile, a Star Wars autograph collector, an avid reader of comic books, a former Disney Castmember, and collector of numerous vintage toy lines such G.I. Joe, Masters of the Universe, Transformers, GoBots, Centurions, Sky Commanders, M.U.S.C.L.E., Star Trek, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Marvel Universe, Batmobiles, and much more.


  • Co-Host on Galaxy of Toys Podcast (2013 to present)

  • Part-time Co-host of The Sandcrawler Podcast (2019-present)

  • Co-Creator and Co-host of Toy Run: The Star Wars Action Figure Cast (2016-2019)

  • Creator and Host of The Star Wars Spinner Rack Podcast (2014-2015)


  •  2020
    • My Star Wars Life Podcast (Guest)
  • 2019
    • Star Wars Insider (Article Contributor)
    • Star Wars Celebration Chicago (Collector’s Social Podcast Stage)
    • Washingon State Summer Con (Celebrity Stage Host)
  • 2018
    • Washington State Toy and Geek Fest (Toy Expert & Celebrity Stage Host)
    • My Star Wars Life Podcast (Guest)
    • Emerald City Comic Con (Panelist & Press)
  • 2017
    • Star Wars Celebration Orlando (Star Wars Space Club Showfloor Vendor, Collector’s Social Podcast Stage, Collector’s Track Panelist, & Press)
    • The Sandcrawler Podcast (Guest)
    • Stargeek – YouTube (Featured Panel)
    • Emerald City Comic Con (Panelist & Press)
  • 2016
    • Retroblasting: Star Wars Follies: Second Hand Sorrow (Special Guest)
    • Toy Run: The Star Wars Action Figure Cast (Co-Creator & Co-Host)
    • Star Wars Action News Podcast (Guest Host)
    • Chris Pirillo – YouTube Rogue One Unboxing (Guest)
    • Star Wars Collectors Galaxy Podcast (Guest)
    • Emerald City Comic Con (Panelist & Press)
  • 2015
    • In a Galaxy – Television Documentary Series (self)
    • Super Awesome Geek Show Podcast (Guest)
    • The Star Wars Spinner Rack Podcast (Creator and Host)
    • Star Wars Celebration Anaheim (Official Podcast Stage & Press)
    • Vintagestarwarscollectors.com (Collector Snapshop)
    • Emerald City Comic Con (Panelist & Press)
  • 2014
    • Retroblasting: Star Wars Follies VIII: AyecaROMBA! – The Magnificent 17 (Special Guest)
    • Hasbro (Official Fan Media Site Partner)
    • Star Wars: Collecting Cosmos Podcast (Guest)
    • Starwars.com (Official Community Website)
    • Emerald City Comic Con (Panelist & Press)
  • 2013
    • I.C.E. Seattle (Sponsor and Volunteer)
    • Galaxy of Toys Podcast (Co-host)

FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

– What’s up with your name From 4-LOM to Zuckuss?

A – Its a tribute, that old school fans will remember, to when Kenner reversed 4-LOM and Zuckuss’s names on their vintage cardbacks and a whole generation of fans grew up thinking 4-LOM was Zuckuss and Zuckuss was 4-LOM.  It is also a meant to reinforce that we mean to cover everything Star Wars action figure related from A to Z or in our case from 4 to Z.

Logo Design by Steve James (2020)

Past logo (blue) design by Tom Berges (2013)

Past logo (yellow) design by Jake Stevens (2013)

Legal Disclaimer

From 4-LOM to Zuckuss.com is a Star Wars action figure informational and resource site and holds no endorsement, sponsorship or affiliation to Star Wars®; Lucasfilm, Ltd.; The Walt Disney Company and Hasbro Inc.  All Star Wars content and related items are trademarked and/or copyrighted by Lucasfilm Ltd., The Walt Disney Company and Hasbro Inc.  All rights reserved.