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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.
I bet Jabba the Hutt is kicking himself right about now for failing in his diet. There is no way he could get this awesome Han Solo in Carbonite ring on even his little finger. I guess he could have one of his slaves wear it for him.
Here, Adam Savage builds one of the best known guns in the universe. Han Solo’s Baster. I mean Blaster. Although, come Thanksgiving, Han is pretty handy with a baster too. He’s an awesome cook, with a fear of getting too close to the freezer.
This Han Solo LEGO pixel art from The Sydney Brick Show this past April is mindblowingly cool. If you aren’t familiar with the event, it’s an opportunity for Australian LEGO sculptors bring some of their creations and get together with other fans.
Han Solo in carbonite makes a great decoration on your wall. Just ask Jabba the Hutt. Jabba loved to turn the lights on and see Han’s frozen body staring back at him. And now you can too with this Star Wars Han Solo in Carbonite light switch.
We all know Han Solo shot first, but looking at this awesome LEGO DL-44 blaster, I don’t even care. I just wish I had this sitting on my shelf – or in my waistband. It’s Han’s famous Greedo-killing blaster in LEGO form.
I mentioned yesterday that rumors were swirling about what Star Wars character the first of the standalone feature films from Disney would focus on. Early rumors said Yoda would be the subject of one of the films.
If you think about it, Han Solo frozen in carbonite was Boba Fett’s piggy bank. He turned him in to Jabba The Hutt for a tidy sum of money. Now you can be like Boba Fett and store your money in this Han Solo in Carbonite bank.
I always wondered what it must have been like for Han Solo when he was frozen in that block of carbonite by Jabba the Hutt. We know that he was cold and blind when he came out of it, but did he dream when inside of it?
Cookies are one of life’s great treats. Star Wars cookies are even better. Given the way he ate, maybe Jabba the Hutt would have been satisfied with some cookies featuring Han frozen in carbonite instead of the real deal hanging on his wall.
Guitars come in all shapes and sizes these days and some people are really pushing the art form. This beautiful homage to that scruffy looking nerf herder’s brief (if you consider the 3 years between Empire and Jedi brief) stint in carbonite comes from Travis Stevens, who built this frozen Han Solo guitar for Evanescence co-founder Ben Moody.
Ever wanted to know if you could survive being frozen in carbonite like Han Solo? Well, if you’ve got $100 to spare, you’ll soon be able to find out, thanks to a special attraction scheduled to arrive at Walt Disney World later this month.