starwars“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  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 as well.

jedibusiness-long-348x88 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 features a high quality photographic database that is easily searchable by movie, character, toy line as well as figure reviews and helpful resources such as the “tool box” for collectors. also maintains a healthy social media presence as their Facebook page currently has over 117,000 followers!

2014-08-03_0936 is a fantastic site for those who want to relive the nostalgia and fandom of growing up with Star Wars in the 70’s and 80’s.  Owner Tom Berges celebrates the Original Trilogy and hosts original video content and a gallery of fan-submitted Star Wars related childhood photographs. They have also just begun the Podcast consisting of nostalgic interviews and reflections.


Galaxy of Toys Broadcasting Network is a network currently hosting four different podcasts. The main show Galaxy of Toys Podcast is hosted by creator Jason Lutrull and features discussion of Star Wars toys (both vintage and modern), collectibles, news and events with four co-hosts and a special guest.  Past special guests have included Star Wars personalities such as Jimmy Mac, Gus Lopez, Flyguy, Cris Macht, Brian Stillman and more. The additional shows on the network include Tom’s Podcast, The Star Wars Spinner Rack a monthly show all about Star Wars comic books and Star Wars: Collecting Cosmos which covers obscure and unloved Star Wars collectibles and is co-hosted by Amy Sjoberg from Nerd Ventions and Marjorie from Star Wars Action News.