“No longer certain, that one ever does win a war, I am.” Ahsoka Tano is reunited with Anakin Skywalker and kicks ass in our latest peek at the sixth and final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. It will be available exclusively on Disney’s Disney+ streaming service.
From the developer behind the Titanfall series and Apex Legends comes Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. It’s an action adventure game where you play as padawan Cal Kestis, one of the few survivors of Episode III’s Order 66. Drops 11/15/19 for Windows, Xbox One and PS4.
The first teaser trailer for the final film in George Lucas’ envisioned 9-film story arc. Directed by J.J. Abrams, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker follows Rey as she graduates from apprentice to badass, and carves out her own legacy in a galaxy far, far away.
We already have a pretty good idea how big the ships of Star Wars would have been if they actually existed. But Corridor decided to give us a bit more context, superimposing life-size CGI models ships over locations on Earth. The Death Star is way smaller than we thought.
One thing that’s always bothered us about science fiction is how we see these enormous, futuristic constructions, and never see how they get built. Thanks to Isaac and Benjamin Botkin, here’s a look at how the ultimate power in the universe might have been assembled.
Star Wars fans will geek out over this extensive video from Indepth Sound Design, using commentary by sound designer Ben Burtt as he explains how he came up with some of the most recognizable sounds ever recorded, from lightsabers, to R2-D2, to Chewbacca, and more.
As we’ve learned before, Alvaro Gracia Montoya of MetaBallStudios loves to compare the sizes of things. This time out, he shows us the vast differences in size of everything from a lightsaber to Yoda, to Starkiller Base, to Yavin Prime… and everything in between.
Watching the late, great Bruce Lee take on an opponent is already pretty rewarding, but after seeing this image, Patrick Nan decided to amp things up even more, by adding a lightsaber (and lightsaber nunchucks) to a classic martial arts fight sequence from Fist of Fury.
Set after Star Wars Episode 3, Vader is Star Wars Theory’s fan-made series about the transformation of Anakin Skywalker into Darth Vader. In the first episode, Vader is sent on a mission to defeat a powerful Jedi while he’s still grieving from Padme’s death.
Sit back, grab a big bucket of popcorn, and gaze on as 3,000 T.Rex dinos take on an army of 23,000 lightsaber-wielding warriors for no other reason than to show that it can be done in Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator. Honestly, it looks like a rave gone really, really bad to us.
Columbia is making a limited-edition replica of the parkas worn by the cast and crew of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back while filming in Norway for the Hoth scenes. The parka features a waterproof shell, a thermal reflective lining and 200g of insulation. Drops 12/7/18.
Disney is releasing a series of animated shorts on YouTube that will retell stories from the Star Wars movies. If you’re worried about the voice acting, fear not: Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures will use dialogue and sounds from the original films. Premieres 11/30/18.
Humiliate the Empire and rub their defeat in their faces by putting this robot vacuum to work. It’s up to 20x more powerful than other robot vacuums, and offers scheduling and floor mapping tech. Normally $699, grab one for 46% off in The Awesomer Shop.
Have a mighty cup of joe with Firebox’s officially licensed mugs. They feature geeky character torsos with arms serving as the handle. Available in Star Wars – Darth Vader, C-3PO, Stormtrooper – and Marvel – Black Panther, Iron Man, Spider-Man, the Hulk – variants.
Cross presents a collection of premium writing instruments for Star Wars fans. Available in Darth Vader, Stormtrooper, and Millennium Falcon-inspired designs, they feature a polished lacquer finish, a capless “slide-and-snap” mechanism, and a smooth gel ink refill.
Brighten your tree this coming holiday season with this set of six officially-licensed ornaments based on characters from Star Wars Episode IV. The set of 3″ dia. tin baubles includes cartoon images of R2-D2, C-3PO, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, and Princess Leia.