Fandom action with Jedipedia.net and Jedi-Bibliothek
After some successful appearances at Jedi-Con, CCON | COMIC CON GERMANY and Noris Force Con, Jedipedia.net and Jedi-Bibliothek are now pitching their tents at FedCon 28. At their joint booth, the Star Wars experts will offer literary insights into the space saga as well as ample opportunity for small talk, shop talk, and philosophical discussions about the distant galaxy, its inhabitants, and creators. And of course the big Star Wars quiz will once again give you the chance to put your expertise to the test and even win great prizes from Blanvalet, Panini, Asmodee and many more.
If you still haven’t had enough of Star Wars, you can already look forward to the big stage show on Saturday evening at the Jedipedia and Jedi-Bibliothek “Discover Star Wars – The Show” (08.06.2019, 17:00 – 18:00, Room Beethoven). In the coming weeks and months, you can find out exactly what will happen there and why you should keep this date open by checking out the social media appearances of both sides. Stay tuned in any case!
Jedipedia.net is the biggest German Wiki about Star Wars with more than 40.000 articles and 23.500 pictures about people, spaceships, planets, creatures, events and information from the area “Behind the Scenes” and much more. All articles in the database are based on the official works published by Lucasfilm and partners and have been written by the Jedipedia authors themselves. Since its founding in 2005, the Jedipedia.net team has been involved in fandom beyond the website with the “Database” in the Official Star Wars Magazine, the support of the charity organization Mission Orange and the publication of the parody web comic “Blue Milk Special” in German – all under the motto “Discover Star Wars“!
Jedi-Bibliothek is the place to go for all German-speaking Star Wars fans interested in books and comics. In addition to daily news, its own podcast, timelines, an appearance calendar and reviews of classic and new releases, the website offers a steadily growing database of over 8,500 titles of all publications on the saga. Since 2018, users have also been able to manage their own collections via the Jedi-Bibliothek system. So it’s worth a try and browse!