Move over baby Yoda, there’s a new precious Star Wars baby in the galaxy. Sculpted and cast by artist Nicholas J. Brown (aka LoreCraft), these baby Jabba silicone sculptures are based on a 3D character design created by fellow artist Leonardo Viti.
The original Star Wars trilogy is packed with memorable moments. Among them was the scene in Return of the Jedi where Princess Leia, wearing not much more than a metal bikini, uses the very chains that bind her to strangle her captor, Jabba the Hutt.
Hasbro has unveiled HASLAB, which is their take on Kickstarter. The new crowdfunding program is starting with a huge and crazy toy. That would be a 4-foot long, 14 pound, detailed recreation of Jabba’s Sail Barge from Return of the Jedi.
There are few more rank, nasty, and vile characters in the history of film than Jabba the Hutt. This disgusting fat worm of a creature took our princess hostage and subjected her to horrible humiliation, and kept a frozen Han Solo in his collection.
My only complaint about these Star Wars Snack Bowls is that there is no Sarlacc Pit, which would have made complete sense, but at least you can use these to fill your own bottomless Sarlacc Pit of a stomach.
One of the most iconic scenes in the entire Star Wars saga has to be the moment in Return of the Jedi where Princess Leia chokes the life out of Jabba the Hutt. After turning her into his personal slave, dressing her in an uncomfortable metal bikini, and shackling her in chains, Leia had quite enough.
I could never be a vegan or vegetarian, I like bacon and steak, and anything else meaty and tasty. I fully support vegans and their lifestyle, it just means more bacon for me. Even if it’s got no meat in it, this might be the most awesome shepherd’s pie I have ever seen.
If you don’t have kids, then it might be hard to appreciate exactly how hilariously insightful they can be at times. Take this little five-year-old British girl talking with her father about the merits of the outfit that Princess Leia wore in that famous Jabba the Hutt scene.
We have seen plenty of plush toys from the Star Wars universe. The last time we talked Star Wars stuffed items,said stuffies were of spacecraft from the movies. This time out we get actual stuffed animals, assuming Jabba the Hutt is some sort of an animal.
If you are what you eat, then these adorable Jabba The Hutt cookies will make you look just like Jabba if you eat enough. But who cares? It’s not as if you can control yourself when faced with a Star Wars cookie.
Chairman of the Turkish Cultural Association of Austria, Birol Kilic, thinks the Jabba’s Palace LEGO play set is “culturally insensitive.” Why? He says that it resembles Istanbul’s historic mosque Hagia Sophia. Or any other building with a domed roof, for that matter.
Have you ever wanted to communicate with Jabba the Hutt in his own native language? Maybe send a message saying that you have captured and cryogenically-frozen Han Solo and are transporting him now? Well, here is the gadget for you.
Ladies, the next time you decide to dress up in your Slave Leia outfit, you might need a purse to go with it. And there’s no more perfect handbag on the planet than this Jabba the Hutt purse I spotted over on Etsy.
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
Looking for a place to put your collection of Star Wars books? While you could grab some of those trash compactor bookends, you might want to put a set of these Jabba’s Palace bookends on another shelf.