It seems like New York City is quickly becoming the Star Wars geek capital of the world. First we had that epic lightsaber battle down in Washington Square park, and now a group of Jedi and Sith have staged a frozen battle moment to promote Star Wars: The Old Republic.
I love it when a design student hits it out of the park with a concept that is both visually arresting and useful. Well, useful if you are Star Wars obsessed and thirsty.
Earlier this year many of us enjoyed the Volkswagen commercial that showed a small kid dressed as Darth Vader attempting to use The Force on his parent's car. But what some have of you may have not seen is the brilliant parody response to that video.
Watch George Takei — the only actor to work on both Star Trek and Star Wars — broker peace between William Shatner and Carrie Fisher. In this video, Mr. Takei also identifies a "mutual threat" both sides can work together to overcome.
AT-AT dog costumes and edible gingerbread? Boy is there an outpouring of love for the Imperial Walker. Those are both nice, but this wooden AT-AT liquor cabinet easily takes first prize for "best AT-AT creation of 2011."
If the AT-AT dog costume can take Halloween by storm, we're betting this uber-cool gingerbread AT-AT will take Christmas down faster than a shield generator.
We didn't ever think that Amanda Rynda's zombie engagement photos for a Californian couple could ever be rivaled, but we think we found one. Michael James' photos for a brave couple dressed to the nines as a Jedi and Sith having a lightsaber battle on an Endor-like planet are just too geeky to not share.
It's pretty hard to argue with Darth Vader. Especially when he rocks up at the mayor's office demanding his own local share of the universe.
If you've ever wondered what the Jedi Master Yoda ate on the deserted planet known as Dagobah, we think we have an answer, and it has everything to do with Japanese instant noodles.
There are a lot of factors to look at when choosing a portable media player: design, portability, a wide number of compatible formats, price. Oh, and being shaped like a droid from Star Wars.