If you ask me, some things just go together, like peanut butter and jelly, burgers and fries, and Han Solo and the Millennium Falcon. A supposed set leak from the set of Star Wars: Episode VII suggests that the Falcon we see in the new film won’t look exactly like the Millennium Falcon we saw in the original trilogy.
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.
Sideshow Collectibles’ 7.5ft. tall Han Solo frozen in carbonite figure costs a budget-busting $7,000 (USD). But you can take one home for free, and you don’t need to become a smuggler to do so because Sideshow Collectibles, Empire Magazine and ThinkGeek are giving away one unit of the life-size figure.
Despite it being Spring, it still feels like Winter in some parts of the country. You might as well go outside and pretend you are on Hoth. The question is, do you want to pretend you are Han Solo or Chewbacca?
Are you having one of those days? Nothing seems to be going right? Maybe you are down in the dumps. Well, the Internet is here to make it all better. What have we here? Yep. It’s Han Solo riding a unicorn.
Looking for a special geeky gift for your Valentine this year? Check out these Empire Strikes Back hand towels. They are perfect for couples – who like Han and Leia – need few words to sum up their feelings.
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.
Now is your chance to own Han Solo’s actual DL-44 blaster from The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. This classic weapon is currently up for auction on invaluable.com with a starting bid of $200,000(USD).
When Han and Leia are forced to be away from each other, at least they will know that each of them truly loves the other thanks to this pair of clocks proclaiming that love. Han hangs his in the Millenium Falcon, while Leia hangs hers in whatever diplomatic offices she happens to reside in.
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.