A group of LEGO builders recently built a giant 8-foot by 4-foot LEGO Han Solo in carbonite. Because why not? It was made to promote the 2020 release of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga at the 2019 Electronic Entertainment Expo aka E3.
This Halloween, earn that candy by playing on people’s emotions. Once they see you in this amazing Han Solo in Carbonite Halloween Costume, they will be transported back to the moment that Han was frozen by Jabba and they will feel sorry for you and just shower you with candy.
Do you need more power? Of course, you do. A power bank is a good idea to keep your phone charged up while on the go. And as far as portable battery packs go, this officially-licensed Star Wars Han Solo in Carbonite power bank is one of the coolest.
If you want the best props and costumes possible, you better get some help from a movie effects artist like Frank Ippolito, who recently built a refrigerator that looks exactly like Han Solo frozen in carbonite.
I remember watching The Empire Strikes Back as a kid for the first time. When Lando betrayed Han and Han ended up frozen I wanted to kill Lando. If you are a fan of that scene and want a new plush to love (I know) you will want this plush Han Solo in carbonite doll… (nope)… stuffed animal… (nope)… whatever it is, you want it.
We all love Han Solo in carbonite merchandise, but this backpack is just wrong. I’m pretty sure it’s that giant deformed head, and tiny hands and feet that make this so horrible.
If Han actually looked like this in the movie, they would have just let Jabba have him.
The latest collectible from Awe Me’s Super Fan Builds is a coffee table based on Han Solo’s carbonite block. Because the metallic block could’ve been Han’s coffin if he wasn’t reanimated, Super Fan Builds built the table using an actual wooden coffin as its base.
When a smuggler crosses you and drops his shipment at the first sign of Imperial trouble, you can do any number of things to him. Turning him into a carbonite toilet seat is probably one of the meanest.
One of my favorite moments from the Star Wars movies is when Han Solo gets encased in carbonite for his trip to Jabba the Hutt. We have seen plenty of products over the years featuring the likeness of Han Solo stuck in his carbonite tomb.
Jewelry designer Paul Bierker of Paul Michael Jewelry is a busy man. When he’s not designing Boba Fett, Zelda Tri-Force or R2-D2 rings, he’s making pendants that look like Han Solo frozen in carbonite.
This pendant is handmade from sterling silver, and features our favorite scruffy-looking nerf-herder, frozen peacefully in semi-eternal sleep.
No matter how hard he tries, Han Solo can’t seem to escape being put back into his Carbonite shroud by geeks everywhere. Now, with a little time and patience, you can have Han Solo in Carbonite on all of your kitchen cabinets too.
I won’t even try to pretend this is a new project, but I just happened across the for the first time and it’s awesome. One of the most iconic scenes in all of the Star Wars films is when Han Solo was frozen in Carbonite at the end of The Empire Strikes Back.
Forget the face on Mars and it’s mysterious pyramid structures. The universe is even stranger than that. Case in point, Han Solo, frozen in carbonite has been spotted on the planet Mercury. NASA’s Messenger probe found a raised shape on the surface of the planet that looks just like our smuggler friend after Boba Fett caught him and put him on ice.
With this awesome Han Solo in carbonite fridge, Jabba can just reach inside and grab a cold brew or a chilled toad to enjoy while he watches his private dancers. It definitely beats just hanging some frozen dude on your wall.