In which the reliably kiddie- friendly Star Wars universe reaches the logical conclusion of all that “heroism in battle” narratives, resulting in arguably the most downbeat chapter in its’ film history. That doesn’t mean that Rogue One is better than Empire… (let’s not kid ourselves here), but- even at its’ darkest- the original trilogy was always a
Check out this amazing new mashup art by artist Kenny Durkin. It’s Star Wars blended with The Muppets for an alternative version of the ‘The Force Awakens’ movie poster. ‘The Pork Awakens’ is currently available here. Visit Kenny Durkin’s website or Facebook page to check out more of his geektastic artwork.
Artist Claudia Maccechini is responsible for creating these detailed mini art of pop-culture inspired by the Star Wars space saga. Visit her website or follow her on Instagram to see more of her work.
What you need is tones of imagination and a couple of duracel to keep you going. On this new Duracel commercial, “Battle for Christmas Morning”, two kids power up their lightsabers enter the Star Wars universe and try to take on Stormtroopers, Tie Fighters, and AT-AT Walkers. Amazing.
Have you ever wondered what the average Imperial Stormtrooper does on their day off? Well, as it seems, from the new series of photographer Jorge Perez Higuerahas, they live a pretty ordinary like the rest of us.
Darth Vader meets Walter White in this Star Wars vs Breaking Bad mashup. Art by Parin Cashmony.
You only need your love for Star Wars, some knowledge on visual fx, a Go Pro-action camera and there you have it, your own Star Wars movie. Check out this fan-made video of awesome Jedi action.
Who wouldn’t want to stand there, among all the models created for the three Star Wars movies?
Don Rosa and Bill Fugate both sign this fantastic piece of art, made in ’77, were Star Wars mashups with Wizard of Oz. Rare and awesome!!!
It’s LEGO week and Millennium Falcon day here in Crows n Bones, so here you have it, the best, detailed model of the ship’s interior made completely out of LEGO bricks. Singapore-based LEGO community Titans Creations spent two months building this massive 3 foot 7 inch by 3 foot 3 inch model using 10,000 (Whaaaat??) LEGO