Pastry Jedi/awesome baker/awesomer mom Lisa Smiley made this huge Death Star-topped birthday cake for her son’s 9th birthday. I guess we should expect nothing less than magical things from a person whose last name is Smiley.
Ask and ye shall receive. At least that’s what young Navin got for his birthday present last year – a cake that looks like Chewbacca’s decapitated noggin on a platter.
I didn’t know Wookiee hair and teeth were digestible.
These delicious looking Star Wars cupcakes by lclllc turned up over on Flickr and they look awesome.
The set of cakes includes the cartoony likenesses of everyone from Yoda to Boba Fett to Princess Leia to the Death Star to an Ewok and even a Tusken Raider in yummy cupcake form.
Created by Michelle Wibowo of Michelle Sugar Art, this Mario cake looks like it took quite a bit of time to put together, and you could only eat his body. From what I can tell, his head is made out of foam, covered with fondant.
This isn’t the first Brutal Legend cake we’ve featured, but it certainly puts the first one to shame.
Pastry artist Barbarann Garrard (a.k.a. Cake Rhapsody) made this Brutal Legend cake for her son’s 10th birthday – it must have been some birthday party.
Sure, sure, the Na’vi people are kind, nature-loving folk. But they also have quite a dark side if you know what buttons to push. Clearly, this cute Avatar-inspired Na’vi cake was created before the RDA came along and knocked down Hometree.
I can’t believe that this Pac-Man arcade cabinet is actually a cake. As in bake it in the oven, cover it with frosting, cut it up and eat it – cake.
The cake artists over at Seattle’s Jet City Cakes created this amazing desert that looks exactly like the original Pac-Man arcade cabinet.
These cake balls are perfect representations of the classic Katamari Damacy: they’re sticky and colorful, and they look like they’re a lot of fun to use (eat). Pieces might occasionally pop off mid-use, too. Hey, nothing’s perfect.
I gotta say, there’s just something weirdly appropriate about a Tonberry cake, if only because those creepy little beasts come equipped with their own knives, the better for cutting your cake with. But I guess that would make them suicidal, or at least cutters, and that really doesn’t fit the Tonberry M.O.
Looks like Mr. and Ms. Pac-Man finally got hitched. At least that’s what I first gleaned when I stumbled onto this geektastic Pac-Man wedding cake.
Actually, this wasn’t the main wedding cake, but actually a groom’s cake that blogger The Domestic Scientist recently made for a friend’s wedding.
Flickr member noblerobinette (aka Claudia) and her husband had one of the best cakes I’ve ever seen. The cake itself wasn’t too fancy. It looked like most wedding cakes, complete with figurines of the bride and the groom.
You know how I like to celebrate my favorite moments in movie history? By eating them. Yep, I figure there’s no more fitting tribute to the greatest harpooning in all of sci-fi than a great sugary rendition of a moment’s triumph over the Empire.
Okay, okay, I know Brütal Legend is apparently short and all, but it only came out a week ago! One week–and already, someone’s made a damn cake for it. Listen, guys. The bakers are making the rest of us look incredibly lazy.
Even with all the wacky steampunk-inspired projects we’ve seen, I never expected steampunk food. Anything else, sure, like dishes, utensils, or glassware. Brass-fitted mugs? Makes perfect sense. But a steampunk cake? Now I’ve seen it all.