Have you ever wondered how they keep things so clean on the Death Star? Well it turns out those little droids running around the floor of the place are little vacuum cleaners. At least that’s what I’ve been told.
Another Star Wars film, another Hot Toys action figure. The Hong Kong-based toy maker recently unveiled a sixth-scale action figure of Rey based on her appearance in the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
As you can see in the photos, the 11″-tall figure is officially called Rey (Jedi Training), implying that Hot Toys will release multiple versions of the character from the same movie.
Impressive. Most impressive. Takara Tomy’s one-of-a-kind take on Darth Vader is called the Star Wars Powered by Transformers 01 TIE Advanced x1. It doesn’t even have “Darth Vader” in its name, but that’s the surprise!
Aside from coming with a tiny Darth Vader figure, the Sith Lord’s ship actually transforms into a robot version of himself, complete with a giant lightsaber.
Until now, the only things that were truly cheezy about the Star Wars universe were the prequels, especially Jar Jar Binks. But now you can have a Star Wars and cheese combo any time you desire, thanks to this fun stormtrooper cheese board set.
Over the past four plus decades, we’ve seen more than our fair share of strange Star Wars merch, from air purifiers to soup cans, to pepper mills. The latest in that long line of weird products – Darth Vader and Stormtrooper snack servers.
Fans of Star Wars in Britain will be excited to see there’s a cool new series of collectible postage stamps coming from the Royal Mail. The series will include new stamps inspired by the Star Wars universe.
Despite numerous Star Wars films being released in the 3+ decades since its release, The Empire Strikes Back is still the best movie in the saga for many of us. Sure, The Force Awakens was very good, but it’s a tall hill to climb to best the 1980 classic.
Just in time for Force Friday (didn’t we just have May the Fourth?), LEGO has revealed a new assortment of 11 kits for fans of the Star Wars universe. The kits are all based on Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and include some brand new vehicle variants and characters – though they’ve been careful not to offer up much in the way of plot spoilers at this point.
Looking for something truly different to add to your Star Wars collection? I’m reasonably certain you don’t have one of these carved wooden sculptures in your house yet. Each of these sculptures is handmade and a great way to stand up your smartphone when it’s charging.
It’s been awhile since there was a good King Kong movie. But I don’t think the solution is bigger and badder visual effects. I think the problem is Kong himself. The Planet of the Apes movies have cornered the market on CGI monkeys, so I think that the studios need to do something different for the next Kong reboot.
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.
If you like Darth Vader and LEGO, this is the desk lamp for you. It looks like an oversize Vader minifig with a massive Lightsaber in his hand.
While the lightsaber has a proper red blade, it uses white LEDs to shed light on your homework, LEGO builds, or whatever else needs to be enlightened by the power of the Dark Side.
The folks over at HJC make some very cool motorcycle helmets, and now, they are offering a series of officially licensed Star Wars helmets. So now when you ride your motorcycle, you can pretend you are in a spaceship and really look the part.
Do you or your kids love Transformers? How about Magic The Gathering? Or My Little Pony? Well, you’re in luck, because this year, Hasbro is kicking off their first ever HASCON – a family-friendly convention for fans of the company’s many awesome toys and games.
Some glorious bastard over on Reddit has cobbled together what might be the funniest fake LEGO kit ever. It’s called “Dead Obi-Wan Kenobi,” and it’s basically a cloak and lightsaber lying on the ground.
You know this Dead Obi-Wan kit would sell if LEGO actually made it, and it would be super cheap to make.