Here come the boys in white. A few months after unveiling its snowtrooper costume, prop maker Anovos is accepting pre-orders for its officially licensed stormtrooper costume. Anovos referred to various official sources to recreate how it appeared in the movies, but it also made a few changes to make sure that they’re wearable.
Tap into the force of Luck with Chris “muckychris” Milnes’ 3D printed geeky Budai statues, which swaps the jelly bellied deity’s head with characters from Star Wars and other sci-fi franchises.
As much as I love Groot and Rocket’s two for one deal, I think Palpatine is the only one that fits seamlessly into the monk’s body.
It’s no secret that George Lucas borrowed story ideas from Akira Kurosawa’s samurai movies when he created Star Wars. Even Darth Vader’s suit resembles samurai armor. If that wasn’t obvious enough, Bandai’s badass S.H. Figuarts Star Wars samurai action figures will make the connection painfully obvious.
Darth Vader was a very serious guy. I can only imagine he would be more than willing to Force choke the crap out of someone for being late. No one on the Super Star Destroyer Executor wore a watch, but if they did I imagine they would have looked something like these Star Wars Imperial Chronometers.
Aren’t you a little big for a stormtrooper? This one certainly isn’t your run-of-the-mill Empire cannon fodder. Made by Hidden Fortress, the 6″ tall Storm King Machine Mini Edition sees the foot soldier transformed into a badass giant robot.
Nickel carving goes way back. It has been an American tradition ever the Great Depression, when some homeless people carved designs into nickels, selling them for more than five cents. That is why they are called “hobo nickels.”
If you’re always leaving your clothes lying around, you really need to clean up your act and start hanging them up. And what better way to hang your best duds but with these Star Wars character clothes hangers?
You know what’s odd? We never ever saw Darth Vader or any of his Stormtroopers stop for a meal. You’d think battling the Jedi-Rebel Alliance and building Death Stars (yes, plural) would work up a mean hunger.
Man, these Star Wars papercraft toys look amazing. And the whole gang is here. Every character that you care about anyway. They were created by Seoul, Korea-based MOMOT who no doubt uses The Force to fold paper.
While Darth Vader and his Imperial stormtroopers are officially on the Dark Side of the Force, it doesn’t mean there’s not a little bit of light inside of them. At least that’s the way I’ve decided to interpret these awesome Star Wars inspired mood lights.