BoingBoing discovers a Hello Kitty Darth Vader costume. Sure, it’s just a photoshop, but it’s still rather disturbing, if only because it brings up facepalm-worthy memories of the craptastic ending of Infinities: Return of the Jedi. (Sorry – fangirl moment. Beatings will be administered.)
ETA: And another one. Oye.
The Infinite Force explores the idea of being a Jedi or a Sith in real life. Just stay away from the census polls, okay?
Pablo talks about the origin of the Rookies webstrips.
Ravenclaw Devi considers Mary Sues and related issues.
Jedimaster13109 provides us with a nice overview of the Force.
In EU corner, Mike Beidler has some thoughts on Vector Prime. Meanwhile, Padawan Katis is reading The Phantom Menace novelization and Sunnyskywalker continues her spot-on Courtship of Princess Leia analysis with Chapter 5.
Daniel Radcliffe’s London stage debut will be a production of Equus. Yes, seriously. Warner Brothers executives and delicate fangirls are no doubt freaking out as I type.
Tonight we get our first official look at Star Wars Insider #89, and the cover for A Practical Man, Karen Traviss’ Boba Fett e-novella. The Insider is on it’s way out to subscribers now, and word is that this very site gets a mention. Hmm…
Also featured this week:
– Hyperspace: Old-School Star Wars. Remember mimeographs?
– Featured Blog: Mando’ade and Their Toys
– Star Wars exhibit opens in Korea
– Hyperspace: The latest issue of Bantha Tracks.
The Empire Strikes Back is #16 on FilmCritic.com’s list of the top 50 movie endings of all time.
Got $2799 bucks to spare? Why not spend it on a Master Replicas Millennium Falcon? It’s signed by Harrison Ford!
Scrimping? There’s a $2199 version, too.
Lucasfilm needs a Director of Online Programming and Operations. In other words: Want to be the boss of starwars.com? Here’s your chance.