Sith hit the theaters and Star Wars stories came in mass quanity, some of which didn't deserve a whole post - Star Wars Web Watchwas born. Because the links kept coming we did a sequel, a third, fourth, and fifth posting. A week and a half later and the links are still coming. So with that I bring you Star Wars Web Watch Episode VI:
- A couple got engaged at the Naboo Lake Retreat - wedding photo album online.
- Issue #2 of MAKE magazine has a front cover feature on people who make Star Wars droids such as R2-D2 and C-3PO at home. The first issue of MAKE was awesome, I highly reccomend it.
- The Star Wars online comic references continue: O' 'Deer on May 19th, O' 'Deer and Clay Jones on May 20th, Silo Roberts on May 22nd, and Flat-Life on May 23rd.
- The latest issue of Martial Arts Illustrated features Obi-Wan on the cover and a Star Wars feature.
- Lightsabre has an interview with the Original Trillogy's Jeremy Bulloch who played Bobba Fett.
- bit-tech.net features an interview with Dan Gregoire, Pre-Vis supervisor at JAK, and Charlie Boswell from chip maker AMD. They talk about doing the animatics for Episode III.
- TheForce.net reports that there's now an Obi-Wan Kenobi Street in western Poland. The idea came from Leszek Budkiewicz, the street's tenant, local council's member and after all a Star Wars fan.
- A Star Wars concert will be conducted by Erich Kunzel and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra on June 28 and 29. Narrated will be proved by Anthony Daniels, the British actor who plays C-3PO. Ticket prices range from $25 to $82.
- Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination takes place October 27th, 2005 to April 30th, 2006 at the Boston Museum of Science.