I mentioned before that Sabine is #1’s favorite Star Wars Rebels character. Mine is Hera. She might not be quite as flashy, but her level-headedness and cool under pressure greatly appeals to me.
Today we have the counterpart to last week’s C-3PO costume post: R2-D2! I made it a few years back, when #1 was almost 4 years old. She wore it for 2 Halloweens, as well as a few parties, so by the time our son was ready to wear it (and we took all these photos), it had been dinged, dirtied, squished, bent, ripped and stepped on more than a few times.
I often reference the vast Star Wars wiki site Wookieepedia when I write my posts. Sometimes for ideas, other times to verify something I am not sure about, perhaps to check a spelling, or occasionally I simply don’t know anything about a character.
So when I went to check a couple of facts for today’s post about Kanan, here is what I found:
Despite being right in the middle of the Rio SUMMER Olympics, we only have 2.5 months left to Halloween! That means it is time to start planning our 2017 Star Wars costumes! Before I get started on this year’s however, as promised, here is the instructions for #1’s C-3PO from last fall.
(UPDATE) BREAKING NEWS: Star Wars Rebels Season 3 starts on Sat. Sept 24 at 8:30 pm. WOO-HOO!
Now we can get back to our original post:
The last episode of Season 2 of Star Wars Rebels. Our family lined up on the couch. Each armed with a Star Wars popcorn bucket.
After part one of the season finale we were filled with anticipation about part two. (watch out, Spoilers ahead)
Bazine Netal is only on the screen for a few seconds, but visually she is one of the most striking characters in The Force Awakens. Her almost Op-Art-y outfit makes her just pop off the screen. So we were just so thrilled when one of our guests dressed up as Bazine for the 2016 May the Fourth be with You Party.