You know how they have the building plaques on some ships to commemorate their construction? Every Star Trek ship has one on the bridge too. Well, even though the Star Wars ships never had these, you can buy them from Big Bay Toy Store.
Do you normally just throw wedding invitations out as you laugh and call the bride and groom suckers? Well, you wouldn’t throw these wedding invitations away. After all, they come with starships. Who’s the sucker now?
Check out these awesome window shades that put spaceships on your window and at the same time help isolate you from sunlight, with only your action figures and DVD collections to keep you company. I kid.
Mark Anderson has done it again. He can’t help it. He loves building LEGO creations. A holiday is just another excuse to create something neat out of the little plastic bricks. In preparation for Valentine’s Day, Mark built this cool spaceship.
Are you looking for an affordable gift for a young Star Wars fan? Are you a young Star Wars fan? Are you an affordable gift? Whatever you are, you’ll surely love this activity book, which lets you make paper airplanes starfighters.
If you have a bunch of beer cans lying around and no money for Star Wars toys, you can always go on an alcohol-fueled toy creating bender. That’s presumably what happened here, since this X-Wing Fighter is made out of recycled beer cans.
The classic arcade shooter Galaga celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. That means we’re growing old faster than we think. It also means celebratory trinkets. If you’ve ever wondered what the tiny space fighter would look like in real life, this model kit provides a potential answer.
I’m sorry guys, but that Dinosaurs on a Spaceship episode of Doctor Who… not so great IMHO. But if there is one good thing that came from that episode, it is this awesome mini episode called Dinosaurs on a Wedding Cake.
This is the most awesome bit of science news I’ve heard in a long time. Scientists have determined that a warp drive similar to what the Enterprise used to get around the universe is actually more plausible than previously thought.
Damn. We see plenty of amazing things here at Technabob, but this has to be the best LEGO ship in the universe. This amazing reproduction of Serenity in LEGO bricks measures 7 feet-long. It’s also 135 pounds, is made of 70,000 bricks, and it took 475 hours (spread over 21 months) to complete.
The much hyped not-Alien-prequel Prometheus met with mixed reviews from critics and moviegoers. But I think we can all agree that this LEGO version of the titular ship made by Andrew Lee scores a solid 8 space tomatoes.