Oh my god,
the tiny prison cell. This thing is so cool it should be illegal. Warning: Video contains a full day’s dose of adolescent fanboy squee. ( via)
…It comes with 20 minifigs and makes me type like a fanboy. Wow. (
Hallmark Keepsake Dream Book ’08 is out, and their Star Wars offerings this year have a Return of the Jedi theme, with an Imperial shuttle, Luke and Vader’s final duel, and Emperor Palpatine. The miniatures set is a Star Destroyer and the incomplete Death Star. Check them all out for yourself on page 64 (page 65 has Star Trek and Indiana Jones) or via the screencap beneath the cut. Continue reading “Check out Hallmark’s Star Wars ornaments for 2008″
“Darth Vader’s tyrannical Empire struck fear into an entire galaxy. Sadly, his fleet was also behind some embarrassingly ill-planned military ventures. Reviewing early Imperial schematics, the Sith Lord himself expressed serious doubts about his soldiers’ tactical choices…”
Horton Hears a Death Star.
So I picked up the new
Insider today, and was going to write a short recap of the contents, but thankfully StarWars.com already excerpted the most interesting part – an interview with Rick McCallum where he talks about the live-action TV show. There’s also a nice (lengthy!) article on the 501st.
Sadly, not much else new – an interview with a couple of the Imperial actors and a look at
Death Star pretty much rounds it out, as well as a bunch of stuff any remotely well-read or web-saavy fan already knows. In other words, pretty much par for the course.
There is a teaser for the next issue, which will be Luke and Leia-centric, featuring interviews with Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher.
How did the
original Death Star model end up in Missouri? And thus to Seattle with super collector Gus Lopez. (via Binary Bonsai)
Be sure to check out the rest of
Neoto Coolville, which is counting down to the 30th anniversary.
first look at , the story behind the galaxy’s premiere superweapon from Michael Reaves and Steve Perry. Death Star