The Clone Wars were disastrous for the Trade Federation, but there was one business that made out like bandits Jawas: this Droid Recycle Bin t-shirt proves it pays to be green.
Popularized in Star Wars: Retold, Han comes clean about his Oktoberfest-attending, lederhosen-wearing brother, Hans Solo; choose from one of eight Brew Haus-friendly tee colors.
Watch over 45 minutes of juicy details on upcoming MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic; it’s a multi-part developer walkthrough that can be watched in one sitting on YouTube.
LEGO’s Motorized AT-AT stands a foot tall and also walks while moving its head up and down; it’s got four minifigs including Luke Skywalker on a grappling line. Thanks, Thorir!
The McQuarrie set of 13 action figures is a piece of Star Wars history; it’s based on the pre-concept character designs commissioned by George Lucas and created by Ralph McQuarrie.
Wookie-sized props to the Make A Wish Foundation: Star Waiters is a 30 min film (it starts 9 min in) that fulfills 6th grader Mitch Kohler’s dream to make his own Star Wars movie.
Available for preorder: Marc Ecko’s Star Wars-themed collaboration continues with new hoodies, bubble jackets and track jackets; top picks: X-Wing Pilot and Storm Trooper.
Even Jedis are fighting Galactic Warming: this glow-in-the-dark LightSaver t-shirt reveals an eco-friendly version of the lightsaber that’ll slice-up Sith with 50% less Force emissions.
Intricately detailed, Ernesto Carrillo’s Lego Star Wars Dioramas pull back the curtain on the inner workings of the Imperial war machine, from a droid-run ER to an AT-ST factory floor.
Severed limbs have a way of repulsing people, but we still think this Luke Skywalker USB is pretty bad ass; inspired by The Empire Strikes Back, his arm detaches to reveal a 1 GB drive.
It won’t force push (unless you include the Padawan turncoat), but Darth Vader’s battery-less Robotic Arm is made with 45 snap-together parts and can extend, turn and grasp objects.
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed comes to the PC and Mac this Fall with Ultimate Sith Edition; it adds three new levels that’ll let you take on Obi-Wan, Boba Fett and Luke Skywalker.
The Force is strong with Star Wars: In Concert; John Williams’ legendary music will be performed by a full orchestra and choir in front of a 3-story hi-def screen playing movie footage. Thanks, Evan!
Teaser shots they may be, but tingled our Jedi senses are: Marc Ecko has revealed Star Wars watch renders which are being made in collaboration with Timex. Thanks, John!
It was doomed from the start, but few vessels contributed to the Rebellion as much as Tantive IV: LEGO will be releasing a 1,408 piece model 9/9/09 with 5 minifigs and 2 escape pods.
Fans of plush and Star Wars should run, not walk to the ongoing Stitch Wars exhibition in Lauderhill, Florida; you’ll see everything from Wookie Cookies to “invertible” Tauntaun.
We’ve seen plenty of custom LEGO sets, but Ochre Jelly’s Tour de Force was created with action in mind with lightsaber trails, leaping Yodas and beautifully dismembered Droids.
We still think Boba is the bee’s knees, but this Bounty Hunter t-shirt mixes good ol’ Han with a cavalier Dog; however, a reality TV show for Fett would be out of this world–Fox, you listening?
Limited to 500, Fine Molds’ 1:72 Millenium Falcon is packed with details, including Han, Chewie, Obi-Wan and Luke in the cockpit; it includes an acrylic display with wood base.
Darth Vader’s Lightsaber Flashlight is the ultimate fake-out: instead of slicing you in half it’ll light the way with four red LED bulbs, leaving you to scare Jedi with its sound effects alone.
It’s a mostly evil collection of Star Wars characters, but The Empire Muggs Back is for a good cause: created by artists, proceeds will go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Thanks, Thorir!
I have a good feeling about this: Star Wars: Uncut gives fans a chance to retell A New Hope; the movie will be split into 472 clips, likely of varying quality but all better than Phantom Menace.
Stefan Le Du’s Stormtroopers 365 is an ongoing art project using our favorite weak-willed Imperial minions in often-compromising positions; he’s shooting one new pic every day.
A bit of Karate Kid and a lot of Jedi mysticism, these Kotobukiya’s Chop Sabers will be available at SDCC ’09; choose from Skywalker/Vader 9″ blades or Yoda 7″ sticks. Thanks, Thorir!
The third video for the ongoing Old Republic Timeline series is up; it focuses on the New Mandalore, a dangerous and enigmatic leader responsible for the blockade of the Republic.
It’s not as epic as the Death Star, but the new Lego Battle of Endor set is a quarter of the price with major star power: you’ll get Han, Leia, Chewie, R2-D2, speeder bikes and an AT-ST.
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