20 Years of the SWFA!
Sunday, August 20, 2017
Our humble group of Fanboys was first founded twenty years ago, when a number of fans got together in an e-mail mailing list about JMM's Star Wars Chronology website began discussing more than the site! We eventually started this website to collect articles and essays from members, promote members' professional endeavors, and more. While the site has slowed down (besides the Star Wars Multiverse article), we are still here. In celebration, The SWFA Art Gallery is live again including it's biggest feature, the super-deformed cartoon-like characters as featured in our old and new logos.
More of the Multiverse
Thursday, February 25, 2016
It's yet another update of the Star Wars Multiverse article. The latest addition is the world of the Star Wars Attacktix action figure fighting game from years back. The Transformers world considers it to be its own universe, particularly a Attacktix set that featured Star Wars vs Transformers.
Another Multiverse Update
Sunday, June 15, 2014
In recent months the announcement of the changes in Star Wars continuity that make the movies and new television series the real "Canon" and designates the Expanded Universe continuity as "Legends" was a big deal to the SWFA members. Opinions on the move vary, but the inevitable changes have now been added to James McFadden's Star Wars Multiverse article, along with two video games, Angry Birds Star Wars and Tiny Death Star.
A Multiverse Update
Monday, June 15, 2015
Coincidentally exactly one year since the last time it was updated, we have a minor addition to the Star Wars Multiverse article. This time the universe for the Star Wars / Transformers crossover toys has been given an official designation in the Transformers franchise's "universal stream" system. Check the article for more information.
Multiverse update and new SWFA releases
Saturday, September 7, 2013

It's been a long time since our last update, so here's something new for anyone still paying attention...

The Star Wars Multiverse article by James McFadden has just been expanded to 25 entries. Over on the Star Wars Blog, James' "Convenient Daily Departures: The History of Star Tours" article has been posted, as well as two parts of Rich Handley and Abel Peña's three-part series "Barely Tolerable: Alien Henchmen of the Empire." October will bring us the book The Bounty Hunter Code: From the Files of Boba Fett, written by Ryder Windham, Daniel Wallace and Jason Fry, while November brings Ryder's Death Star Owner's Workshop Manual.

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