If this security camera looks familiar to you, that’s because it’s designed to look like a Minion version of the Sith Lord. It was designed by Hyeonseok Kim, a Korean design student, and it looks pretty cool.
The highly coveted LEGO 10123 Star Wars: Cloud City set depicts the areas of the city where The Empire Strikes Back‘s climactic scenes took place, including the spot of Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker’s dramatic battle.
Just when you thought that you had seen every Star Wars product in the world, meet the Darth Vader toothpick dispenser from Bandai. Vader will serve all of your tooth-picking needs.
Just flick the lever on his back and Vader reaches into his cape, grabs a toothpick, then points it at you like a lightsaber.
The Force is strong with this origami Darth Vader. He may look adorable, but that lightsaber could still give you a serious papercut, so don’t underestimate him. He’s more paper now than man. However, there is still good in him, I feel it.
Like most of us, Darth Vader had a boss. I’m sure Imperial management wanted him to do more than just force-choking admirals and chilling in his ball thingy where he could take off his mask. I bet he had paperwork to do, bosses love that crap.
There are plenty of geeky gals out there who love the Star Wars franchise. The thing is that not all women like to be overt about their geeky side. For those who prefer to be more subtle, this Darth Vader Kimono Cardigan is perfect.
Valentine’s Day will be here before you know it, and if you are lucky enough to have a lady in your life that likes Star Wars, I may have just gotten you laid. Don’t give her normal flowers, they die and cost a stinking fortune at Valentine’s Day.
Darth Vader was the Empire’s super soldier. But every now and then he always had to go back to his special chamber. That was because of the wheezing. That’s where his humidifier was. Unfortunately it never improved his breathing much, but that doesn’t mean a humidifier won’t work for you.
I freely admit that being cremated after death is something that I want no part of. The idea of flames consuming my body or that of my loved ones doesn’t sit well with me. Some folks love the idea though because it allows their relatives to keep their remains on the fireplace mantle or spread the ashes wherever they want.
Did you actually listen to Darth Vader’s breathing for 10 hours straight? Then YouTuber BenjaminApple’s Christmalloween video should be a walk in the park for you. He took the scene in Return of the Jedi where Luke burns his dad’s body on a funeral pyre and turned it into a 5-hour virtual fireplace.
Who knew that they were building Hot Wheels cars in 1:1 scale? This is a life-size Darth Vader Hot Wheels car with every detail that the toy version has, plus a few extra, like being able to actually drive it.
This video is purr-fect. Does your cat wear a Darth Vader helmet so that it can challenge you to a lightsaber duel when you come home from work? This one does. This is why you can’t let your cat watch Star Wars.
Smartwatches may be the next big thing, but in Japan Epson appears to be making a killing off of its Smart Canvas, a line of limited edition wristwatches with E-ink screens and licensed pop culture themes.
Do you feel a disturbance in the Force? A tingling in your feet as if millions of fangirls had suddenly cried out in joy? It’s probably because of these Darth Vader and Stormtrooper heels. The Force is strong in them.