Not sure if you remember the 7,500-piece LEGO MOC Millennium Falcon by Hannes Tscharner, AKA Marshall Banana, we saw in 2015. That LEGO MOC of one of the most iconic Star Wars spaceships absolutely blew my mind and now, he has done it yet again. In his relentless pursuit for a movie-accurate LEGO Millennium Falcon, he continued to work on the original to result in this even more astonishingly accurate work of art: a 12,000-plus-piece behemoth. Continue reading Amazing LEGO MOC Millennium Falcon From 2015 Got Updated
“Han Solo, I am Captain of Millennium Falcon. Chewie here said you are looking for a fulfilling breakfast?” Well, fulfilling breakfast you will get with this Star Wars Millennium Falcon Waffle Maker and mind you, this is not the Star Wars Millennium Falcon Waffle Maker that made the round on the Internet last fall. This is the Star Wars Millennium Falcon Waffle Maker, one that not only turn gooey batter into crispy brown Corellian YT-1300f light freighter, but the waffle iron itself is in the shape of the iconic spaceship that makes the Kessel Run in 12 parsec. Continue reading Here’s Another Star Wars Millennium Falcon Waffle Maker Money Can Buy
This is not the puny version from Air Hogs we seen three years ago. It is certainly not as detailed the official battle drones doled out by Propel, but this gigantic Star Wars Millennium Falcon XL Drone from Air Hogs wins with size. I mean, just look at this thing. It is huge! Measuring a colossal 27 by 20 inches (around 69 by 51 centimeters!), this infamous galactic freighter dwarfed most RC toys out there, let alone the previous “puny” examples we have seen and it is still perfectly suited for children. Well, at least, it is for kids of ages 14 and up… according to the toy maker. Continue reading Air Hogs’ Giant Size Millennium Falcon XL Drone Has Han And Chewie Onboard
You may have seen this “Millennium Falcon” on May the 4th, Star Wars Day, plying Bryant Park in NYC. If you have and had ridden it, I am green with envy. This LEGO Millennium Falcon Pedicab (AKA cycle rickshaw) is, as the name suggests, a pedicab spruced up with the image of young Han Solo’s Millennium Falcon created by LEGO Master Builders with LEGO elements. I wouldn’t say it is a ride-on toy because, it is obviously a tricycle. So, this ain’t no child’s play. Continue reading I Wish I Could Bring This LEGO Millennium Falcon Pedicab Home!
Now we know how sought after the LEGO UCS Millennium Falcon is. Apart from being an elusive set so many fans clamor, it also command a hefty price tag that, TBH, not everyone can or willing to shell out. Building your own is one way to get this iconic sci-fi cargo freighter that can do 12 parsecs, but the problem is, not everyone has 5,000 “movie accurate” grey bricks of assortment lying around. However, some may have 5,000 assortment of bricks of variety of colors lying around. That one someone was one imgur user called funkblast1. Continue reading Multicolored LEGO UCS Millennium Falcon Is Bold, Loud And Super Cool
The Powell family and his neighborhood in Lafayette, California must be a super fan of Star Wars as judge by the giant Millennium Falcon replica looming over their roof. The 29-foot (8.4 meters) long, 700 pounds (318 kilograms) Millennium Falcon is not of space age material, obviously, but mainly of wooden frame and PVC piping, and interestingly, wrapped in a rather surprising material: a military-surplus parachute. The result is impressive enough to warrant the appearance of Han Solo, Princess Leia and the gang, well, not the real actors, but a printed version of the entourage which was thoughtfully placed in the cockpit. It is a fun touch to an awesome build. Continue reading DIY 29-foot Millennium Falcon Roof Decoration Is The Best Way To Welcome Star Wars:The Last Jedi
How much are you a fan of Star Wars? The original trilogy, not the newer episodes. You know what. Don’t answer that because, most likely you won’t be as huge as a fan than Ben, Ferroh12 and Brick_Phil. How so? Because these three person have gotten together to create what could be the most detailed Star Wars Battle of Hoth scene, specifically the part where the Imperial forces are about to breach the Hoth Echo Base, using nothing but LEGO bricks. We do not know how long it took these three LEGO/Star Wars super fans to build this, but I guess a piece count of over 200,000 should a hint that it had took weeks, if not months to complete. Continue reading This 200K+ LEGO Bricks Re-creation Of Battle Of Hoth Totally Blew My Mind
What you see here is a Millennium Falcon and nope, it wasn’t parked among the wastes of the desert planet Jakku. Neither was it in Rub al Khali desert near Abu Dhabi, or Hollywood backlot. No, wait. It was actually on a backlot, just not in stateside. In fact, it was uncovered to be parked on the backlot of Longcross Studios outside of London, just off the M3 freeway. I said ‘was’ because, it was spotted way back in June and as you know, Google Earth only updates the satellite images between 1 and 3 years, and so, for all we know, it may have already moved between now and then. Continue reading Did Disney Did A Bad Job In Trying To Hide The Millennium Falcon?
Just when you thought LEGO couldn’t get any bigger (by pieces, that is) than the 2007 LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon, LEGO shoves an even bigger and more detailed set – the largest LEGO set to date, to be exact – into your face and this set is yet another Millennium Falcon which tip the scales at a mind-bending 7,541 pieces! Holy cow! That’s enormous! And to me, that translates to countless fun, sleepless nights. Absolutely dope! With the LEGO 75192 UCS Star Wars Millennium Falcon, the Danish toy maker is determine to bleed your wallet dry too because it is going to hit you with a princely sum of $799.99 when it becomes available this October. Continue reading This Is The New LEGO UCS Millennium Falcon, The Biggest LEGO Set Yet
If Han Solo plays violin, it will probably look like this Custom Millennium Falcon Violin. However, it will probably have strings on it which this sculpture here does not have. Then again, in a galaxy far, far away, they probably need no strings to make music because, sci-fi. Or perhaps, it is powered by miniature SRB42 sunlight engines, heavily modified, of course, which explains the blue LED glow it has at the bottom side of the lower bout. With the galaxy so massive, it is hard to imagine what kind of tech they have. This earthly creation by Etsy seller Richard Symon’s Art, on the other hand, is not loaded with mysterious galactic tech and therefore it will not create any harmonious notes even if you are Vanessa Mae of the galaxy far, far away because of the obvious lack of strings. Continue reading Millennium Falcon Violin Makes For A Vibrant Conversational Piece