Gizmodo is absolutely horrified by Star Wars rubber duckies, but I think they’re adorable. (We’ve seen way, way worse. Men.) The new Mimobots aren’t bad, either – only Leia (rightfully) sports their signature sidebumps.
Meanwhile, over at the Livejournal, a report of the SW merchandise at Target.
Are these cats speaking Ewok? And here we thought it was the dogs all along.
Sleepy Padme by Ruby Chan, because we’ve been a bit lacking in the cute department lately. She also has a second Padme in her gallery, Yellow Queen.
Check out this fabulous walking carpet on Cute Overload. Is that a real dog?!? I think I’m in love, but don’t tell my Coco.
Thinkgeek does it again: Wee remote Artoos from the Japan, available for purchase in limited quantity.
Combining this week’s quota of Weird Al and Lego content in one amazing package: The Saga Begins – in Lego.
Why you shouldn’t leave laser weapons laying around the house. (Warning: baby.)
There endth this week’s Star Wars content.
Kenya is a flash animation that everyone on the internet should have seen by now. (But hey, if folks keep linking ‘Store Wars,’ there’s gotta be a couple folks out there who haven’t seen this yet, either.) It’s by the same folks who did that internet classic, Badger Badger Badger. And yes, they both repeat.
Pug bowling! A touching tale of revenge so adorable it ought to be illegal.
And to take us on home, a kitten on a keyboard.
I wasn’t into Star Wars as a kid – I was all about My Little Pony and Barbie and all that critical mass girlie stuff. So a year or so ago, when I found a picture of Lord Pony, I was amazed and extremely covetous. (Alas, it is not to be.) Today, I found an amazing Alien pony, complete with step-by-step pictorial. Such an oddly compelling combination…
Other custom ponies of interest: Yoda, Spock, gargoyle, Borg, punk, and Masque of the Red Death (one of a series!)
Forget Transformers, LFL – here’s a crossover toy I would buy!
Points for random bizarrity: Darth Vader flowergirl.
Kittens of Darkness. Boy, everyone has a motivational poster parody these days, don’t they? I need to get cracking.
These glass robot pendants by Izik Levy have to be the absolute cutest thing ever.