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The Hero Complex Gallery is currently hosting an exhibition called “Quotes, Lines and Lyrics“. Guillaume Morellec has submitted this Chewbacca print called “Uuuuuuuuur Ahhhhhrrrrr Uhrrr ahhhhrrrr aaaarhg“. (Thank god for copy and paste.)
It’s tenuous, but the Millennium Falcon can be seen on the border on the bottom right corner of the print.
As can be expected with the HCG, there’s a lot of great genre stuff. Check them out.
I saw this Paper Craft Millennium Falcon Expansion pack up for preorder on the Forbidden Planet website and had to put myself down for one. From what i can find, these are made by Jazwares who normally specialise in electronic goods. I’ll keep looking to see if i can find out anything more about them.
To celebrate the joining of Star Wars and Marvel comics, a limited release of Star Wars issue one blank covers was given to various artists to create variant covers. This one is by Jason Aaron, John Cassaday and Laura Martin and is available from FunGuyStudios at their Etsy store for $133.
This is the only variant cover that i have seen so far that features the Millennium Falcon and i think its pretty nice artwork. I won’t be getting it as it’s too pricey for me and they don’t ship outside of the US.
Parts featured with this issue are the Technical Station, Main Hold Walls and more seating parts.
I must confess that as the partwork progresses i’m losing confidence in my ability to do this rather excitingly complicated replica justice as i have pretty poor modelling skills and very little patience.
That’s it for another 4 weeks. Overall i’m impressed with what DeAgostini are doing here. The magazine does appear to be focused on aspects of the Star Wars Galaxy linked to the Millennium Falcon and hopefully the kitbashed parts are pleasing the more experienced model makers, although I do hope that DeAgostini start posting the parts on the card again.
I’m also wondering if DeAgostini will release a limited run of the model completed by professional model makers. It would make sense as not all of us are good modellers and it would put a little more money into DeAgostini’s coffers. (It has been done before with the Fine Molds Falcon, so i don’t see why not.)
Issue 7 parts are the main hold floor and some parts for the passenger seating.
As a subscriber, i’ve been getting the magazine in groups of four issues at a time, so i’ll probably post the issues as they get delivered.
The parts that come with this magazine arethe cockpit exterior, instrument panels, some kit bash parts and some main hold details. As with the previous issue, they’ve sent the parts in a plastic bag.
The magazine has this beautiful rendition of the table explaining the componants of how it works. It’s incredible to think that such a small part of the original Star Wars trilogy has inspired quite a lot of attention.
This weeks parts must practically finish the cockpit.