I’ve always thought that Darth Maul was a bit lame. I’m sorry. He just seemed half-finished and you couldn’t really root for the guy or against him. He was just kind meh, IMO. But mix him up with Hellboy?
Darth Maul, along with Liam Neeson, was one of the shining moments that proved that Star Wars: Episode I could have been a fantastic film. Removing one racist Jamaican character annoying alien (and keeping George Lucas away from the script) would have been great, as many of the individual elements of the movie were great.
Man, these Star Wars papercraft toys look amazing. And the whole gang is here. Every character that you care about anyway. They were created by Seoul, Korea-based MOMOT who no doubt uses The Force to fold paper.
How did you guys like your Easter egg hunts? To be honest, I have rarely participated in any, but that doesn’t mean that I can’t appreciate some good geeky Easter eggs. Check out this bunch from Flickr contributor smile!mermaid that Star Wars geeks will love.
The Dark Side’s take on geeky products has come just in time for the 3D release of The Phantom Menace. The Darth Maul Lightsaber Room Light is a dual-bladed device that will light up any room in your home!
I’m no Star Wars fan, so I wouldn’t know if there’s any canonical reason for Hasbro to bundle Mighty Muggs figures of Darth Vader, Darth Maul and Darth Revan (of KotOR fame) together with … Han Solo in a Hoth hoodie.