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Someone Is Giving Away This Bike-Powered Star Destroyer On Craigslist

Do you live in Portland (unlikely)? Are you a giant Star Wars fan? Do you have a 6.7m long empty space in your garage? Then man oh man, Craigslist has the best present ever for you.


Star Wars Trailer In The Style Of Avengers: Age Of Ultron

Video: This Star Wars trailer in the style of Avengers: Age of Ultron is pretty neat. I wish Disney really made a Star Wars-Marvel Universe crossover. A cool one, not something dumb. Like the Guardians of the Galaxy finding the remains of an Imperial base abandoned 100,000 years ago.


This Millenium Falcon Turntable Holds A Different Kind Of Record For The Kessel Run

“I got your promise: not a scratch!” That’s what you’ll say to anyone who drops the needle on this amazing turntable built inside one of the galaxy’s most iconic ships: the Millenium Falcon.


And Now, Every Single User Interface In Star Wars: A New Hope 

Star Wars: A New Hope hit theatres in 1977 — the same year that Apple moved from a garage to a real office building and Microsoft hired its first official employees. And the fact that it came out as consumer computers were truly hitting the mainstream shows.


Fun Video Shows How Silly This Star Wars Shaped Lightsaber Stuff Can Get

Video: The debate on the lightsaber/broadsword from Star Wars: The Force Awakens continues. This hilariously absurd video is perhaps the most rabid criticism to JJ Abram’s new lightsaber idea (which, quite frankly, I like very much even if it doesn’t make sense.) And it’s really well made too.


New Photos Of Sideshow's R2-D2 Figure Will Make Every Jedi Jealous

As a rule, Jedi aren’t supposed to desire worldly things like fancy name-brand robes, luxury landspeeders and especially toys. But there isn’t a Jedi in our, or a galaxy far, far away, who wouldn’t trade their lightsaber for Sideshow Collectibles’ upcoming sixth-scale R2-D2 figure. Especially after seeing these new photos of the final production version.


The Matte Paintings Of The Original Star Wars Trilogy And Their Creators

Before the computing era, ILM was the master of oil matte painting, making audiences believe that some of the sets in the original Star Wars and Indiana Jones trilogy were real when they weren’t. They were the work of genius artists like Chris Evans, Mike Pangrazio, and the legend, Ralph McQuarrie himself.


Which Order Would You Show Someone The Star Wars Movies In?

Educating the next generation is important. You should always know how you’d show someone Star Wars for the very first time if you had to. So, what’s your viewing order?


Mr Potato Head Finally Fulfils His Jedi Destiny As Luke Frywalker

Not everyone can pull off the blonde look, but it suits Mr Potato Head just fine. The fashion-forward spud, renowned for his near-infinite wardrobe and instantaneous facelifts, has finally accepted his destiny as one of the good guys, donning Luke Skywalker’s — or Frywalker’s — mop of blonde hair, stylish black glove and green-bladed lightsaber.


This Tiny Papercraft Millennium Falcon Belongs In An Art Gallery

Don’t have room to build yourself a massive 1.5m long model of the Millennium Falcon from cardboard? How about a papercraft Falcon made from cardstock that’s no bigger than a business card instead? That’s what Caleb Kraft managed to pull off using impressive hobby knife skills comparable to a neurosurgeon.