See this dude right here? He’s not Lex Luthor. He’s NASA engineer Brian Muirhead. Brian says the plans that the Rebels fought so hard to get and the evil Empire worked hard to design and build are crap.
Laser enthusiast Patrick Priebe rides on the Star Wars hype train by making a much smaller version of the Death Star’s superlaser. It may not be able to destroy planets, but it probably could blind a Rebel or two.
That’s no moon. It’s a delicious Belgian waffle! If you thought the the construction of the first Death Star Was shoddy, this one gets all soft and floppy after you add butter and syrup. Then they are easy to take out with either your teeth or an X-Wing targeting the exhaust port.
So you’re having a Star Wars movie marathon, and you have to serve snacks. What do you serve them in? Only these Star Wars Death Star Chip & Dip Bowls will do. It is the ultimate power in the universe when it comes to chip and dip action and it is fully operational.
Now is your chance to take on the role of Luke and destroy the Death Star. You think it’s easy? You think it’s just going to take a couple squads of X-Wings to cover your butt while you shoot some torpedoes in the hole?
Sad about Alderaan? Did your wookiee co-pilot fly you into some space worm’s mouth? No need to stress. Check out the Death Star Mood Light. The Death Star not only kills things, it also helps you relax with it’s soothing glow.
Use the oils, Luke. Made with the help of Kotobukiya Japan, Library Design’s Bibliotheque Blanc Star Wars Aroma Ornaments traveled from far, far away to freshen up your room.
These are passive aroma diffusers made of ceramic.
Anyone who has kids knows that you will need a nightlight at some point. Why not make it a cool nightlight? 3D Light FX has debuted some sweet new Star Wars wall lights that include some of the most iconic characters and items from the franchise.
I would love to have this Death Star lamp in my home. Can you imagine how awesome this thing would look at night? This custom Death Star lamp was actually made from a globe – which is fitting since this thing is all about destroying planetary structures.
LEGO enthusiast Steve Price shows what could happen if the girls of the LEGO Friends set got their hands on the Galactic Empire’s Death Star. In Steve’s The Friends Star, the Heartlake City kids gave the Star Wars space station a bright and pastel-colored makeover, then they invited their buddies for what has to be the largest children’s party in the galaxy.
Sometimes we have stuff to talk about that is sort of like Inception – something wrapped in something similar to itself. This Hawaiian shirt is a perfect example. You have to be a geek to wear a Hawaiian shirt to begin with, or at least over the age of 55.
Every year when it comes time for Mother’s Day, I do my part to help all the geeks out there who might not know any better stay out of the dog house. Sure, you may have stopped giving your mom gifts other than a hug or a phone call on Mother’s Day a long time ago, but if your wife is pregnant or you have kids, save yourself the grief and get her a gift.
If you are a fan of LEGOLand California, you’ll be happy to know that they have a great new addition coming just for Star Wars fans. The park has been building a massive Death Star made entirely out of LEGO bricks.
If you want to be a cool granddad, make cool stuff for your grandchildren. Mine made me a waxed Captain America shield that protected me from water balloons, thrown dirt clods, and many other projectiles, as well as a tree house, and a ton of other stuff that kids love.
This awesome throw cushion or pillow is fully operational and will soon be the ultimate power in the whole wide living room. It was created by Pops de milk and is crocheted into a perfect sphere of Imperial destruction.