"We finally have the authorization to release more info on the ElvisTrooper Mini Bust and how you might be able to add it to you collection. This is a one of a kind Mini Bust made by Gentle Giant Ltd that will be exclusively up for a charity raffle at Star Wars Celebration IV. For more detail on how the raffle works please stop by booth number 901 inside the exhibit hall of the LA convention Center. Proceeds go to help in the fight against cancer. It's a great cause and a great little collectable that someone will take home with them.
Also, feel free to stop by and just say hi or better yet bring me a Chesseburger, you know I will be hungry! I will be doing photo ops with all and handing out a brand new ElvisTrooper collector card as well. I will also be watching over the one and only, that's right the OG of Star Wars, the life size Jabba the Hutt for you to take photos with as well. And don't forget the gathering of all the Slave Leia's from Leiasmetalbikini.com on Saturday at 2pm to pose for a huge, not to be missed, photo opportunity with yours truly and Jabba of coarse.
The ElvisTrooper will be appearing at the Gentle Giant booth (#901) from Friday to Monday at various times during the day, which is actually whenever I am not busy eating.
In other SW CIV news, yes the ElvisTrooper has been chosen as a finalist for the Star Wars Celebrity Talent show. Thanks for all the support and for those that checked out the short YouTube video, I hope to be able to entertain you all and have a lot of fun.
Star Wars Celebrity begins: Saturday, May 26 at 5:00 PM
Possibly more info to be added to this before we leave for LA but that's the meat of the info for right now. Besides tons of photos to be posted from this convention when I return, I will also go into more detail on how the ElvisTrooper was immortalized as a mini-bust from Gentle Giant Ltd, plus I hope to share some great behind the scenes photos at that time too. OK fine, twist my arm already, here is a little teaser for ya baby."
Rebelscum Breast Cancer Awareness Charity Patch Posted By Philip on November 25, 2014: Thanks to everybody that ordered patches. I sent a check for $1,600.00 to the National Breast Cancer Foundation on Monday. While it's not as much as I hoped for, it's still very much appreciated. They will remain for sale in the store for anybody that still wishes to purchase them. Details after the jump.