It’s art! Or not. No. Just no. Clone Wars character design, I know McQuarrie, and you sir are no McQuarrie. On the other hand, Christian Waggoner’s stuff is kinda cool.
Let them eat slime. This Jabba cake is appropriately disgusting yet totally hand-made. Pretty impressive.
Don’t strain yourself.Is Star Wars science fiction or fantasy? It’s sci-fantasy. Duh.
Listicles. Princess Leia is one of Yahoo’s lethal ladies; The prequels bottom out io9’s list of science fiction prequels, beating out even You-Know-Who’s Dune books on their scale of crappiness. Ouch.
Road trip! If you missed it, The Vader Project is now in Pittsburgh.
The second Stargate Universe teaser aired on Friday. Very heavy on the drama and emotion. Even though this is a “grittier” show, they’d best show some humor soon or the fan base will get even grouchier than they already are.
Over on GateWorld, coverage of the Friday events at the Vancouver convention is up.
And I should probably hand this over to Dunc for her ongoing series on fandom cakes, but it was too cute for me to pass up: Stargate cakes! (via)
Featured on Cake Wrecks today: A Darth Vader baby shower cake. Awesome? Awful? You tell me:
Matthew Latkiewicz explores the comedy potential of Star Wars branded yoga in a series of correspondence between faux Lucasfilm executive Steve Jones and George Lucas.
Whatever happened to the collector from Dr. Phil whose wife tried to shame him into ditching his Star Wars stuff? The Springfield News-Sun follows up. They’re still married, he still has his collection, but he did go on a diet. Score?
We got a look at a Millennium Falcon from Charm City Cakes back in July, and it seems that the Ace of Cakes episode featuring it has finally aired! Alas, none of us got word of it beforehand, but Food Network isn’t exactly skimping on the reruns: Look for it tonight at 10pm. (via)
Internet cakemaster Great White Snark was on the scene for the unveiling of a Death Star birthday cake.