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.
Back at the start of 2011, photographer Kristina Alexanderson made a challenge to herself: take a picture every day of Star Wars stormtroopers new and old in a variety of situations. She's kept up with it, and even 11 months out she hasn't run out of clever and unique ideas. Even more interesting is the fact that, for only using action figures and tiny props, her "CClone 365-2011" photography collection — which is up to 305 days including 345 photos — has an odd humanizing effect on the Galactic Empire's iconic soldiers. (We're guessing it has something to do with Alexanderson cleverly recruiting a Lego figurine to act as a child Stormtrooper.) Below are 20 of our favorites from Alexanderson's excellent project.
Halloween is coming up and why should us humans have all the fun dressing up and exposing our inner geek for free candy? Meet Bones Mello, the AT-AT dog. Yeah, all your treats are belong to Bones.
Who says floppy disks are dead? YouTube user sh4dowww90 has a great use for a pair of old 3.5-inch floppy drives: repurpose them to play the Star Wars "Imperial March" tune. This is definitely the floppy disk drives you're looking for.
The clash between the Jedi and the Sith continued last weekend in New York City's Washington Square Park, with an epic lightsaber battle between hundred of geeky warriors.
The Star Wars Blu-ray set was released last week, and boy, are fans pissed off. Can't keep track of the changes? YouTube rapper Jennifer Landa explains the changes with her cute rap parody.
For better or worse, you can finally own all six Star Wars movies on Blu-ray. You've probably heard about the edits — we've been trying to forget. We've tried origami, cake and Lego, but nothing's done the trick. Help us, Jennifer Landa, you're our only hope!