Disney’s Droid Factory BAD Wave 2 Cheat Sheet

As many of our friends head Southeast to Disney's Star Wars Weekends in Orlando, Florida, we've put together a quick Build-a-Droid Guide for Disney's second wave of their Droid Factory line which debuted this week. The orange "X"s indicate figures from wave one released during Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim, California. There also appears to be three new hats to choose from: Mickey's wizard hat from Fantasia, Abe Lincoln's Top Hat and a blue Star Wars baseball cap. Also available this weekend is the Star Wars Weekends' Exclusive Holographic R2-D2. Early reports say that these are in plentiful supply so lines should manageable.  To check out our complete guide to all Disney Build-a-Droids released so far click the pic below! Good luck to all attending [...]

By |2015-05-16T10:38:47-07:00May 16th, 2015|Categories: Collecting Resources|Tags: , |

Holiday Guide 2014

This Holiday Season From 4-LOM to Zuckuss.com will be tracking this season’s retail offers on Star Wars action figures in order to insure collectors can capture the best deals and also as an experiment to track the type of offers that may or may not be available next year during Hasbro’s first winter launch of a new toy line for Star Wars Episode VII.

By |2014-10-28T07:39:48-07:00October 28th, 2014|Categories: Collecting Resources, Star Wars Rebels|Tags: |

From4-LOMtoZuckuss.com now on Starwars.com!

"This will be a day long remembered..." and we couldn't be more pleased as From 4-LOM to Zuckuss can now be found on Starwars.com.  With the official website's revamp a few weeks ago, a "Community" page was developed to showcase some of the great fan websites and podcasts has to offer. We can be found among the "Fan Collecting Sites" along with 10 other collecting sites such as our friends Rancho Ob-Wan and Star Wars Collector. We are also happy to announce the addition of our Galaxy of Toys co-hosts and fellow S.A.R.L.A.C.C. (Seattle ARea Lucasfilm Artifact Collector Club) members' sites to Starwars.com as well. JediBusiness.com may be the internet’s largest Star Wars action figure archive.  Chris Bortz’s site includes both modern, vintage and rare never-released figures. It [...]

By |2014-08-03T10:17:38-07:00August 3rd, 2014|Categories: Collecting Resources|Tags: , |

When Star Wars: The Action Figure Archive Lived On

In February of 2004 mega-collector Vic Wertz set out to do what every Star Wars action figure collector wished for; to continue and update Star Wars: The Action Figure Archive.  Five years earlier, fellow mega-collector Steve Sansweet wrote the reference book which has become for many collectors the definitive resource for Star Wars action figure collecting.  Star Wars: The Action Figure Archive presented vintage Kenner and modern Hasbro action figures along with facts and movie and prop comparison photos.  The only problem with Sansweet's book was the obvious one when dealing with an every expanding and continuing topic; it requires frequent updating. Wertz answered the call in the perfect form as a column in the official Star Wars fan club magazine, Star Wars Insider.  At the time the [...]

By |2013-12-20T14:09:33-08:00August 17th, 2013|Categories: Collecting Resources, The Power of the Force 2|

Reviewer Reminisces Star Wars Figure Impact Via Sansweet

New York Times book reviewer Andrew Ervin lovingly praises mega collector Steve Sansweet's newest action figure book.  In an article published at Salon.com, Ervin gushes over the former Lucasfilm Ltd.'s Fan Relations director's book Star Wars: The Ultimate Action Figure Collection.  Sansweet who is now president and CEO of Rancho Obi-Wan, a Star Wars museum/collection, has produced numerous incredible books over the years but his most recent is a must have for any Star Wars action figure collector or fan. Ervin confesses to Star Wars toys having a huge impact on his life and give his outlook for the future of the hobby. To read the article click here. To purchase the book (which was a complete labor of love for not only Sansweet but other [...]

By |2013-12-20T14:09:33-08:00August 7th, 2013|Categories: Collecting Resources, Nostalgia|

The Variant Villain’s Vintage Visuals

Lili Ledy, the company responsible for releasing vintage Star Wars action figures in Mexico, is now remembered for the large amount of figure variants they produced.  Variant Villain has created a great visual comparison database detailing these various variations. Click the pic to educate yourself on this Mexican exclusive line. We have added this site to our Collecting Resources page where we collect the web's most thorough and useful Star Wars action figure websites.  Check back often as we are always seeking out, adding and sharing new sites from the world's collecting communities.

By |2013-12-20T14:09:34-08:00June 22nd, 2013|Categories: Collecting Resources, Lili Ledy, Vintage|

The Force is with our Collecting Resource

4LOMKUSS.COM presents the debut of our Collecting Resource page!  Our goal is to provide collectors and fans with the best and most complete Star Wars Action Figure resources out there.  You will find links to sites and experts in all fields of collecting in the hopes of meeting all your collecting needs.  Check back as this page will has just begun to grow!

By |2013-12-20T14:09:35-08:00May 24th, 2013|Categories: Collecting Resources|
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