Joining the original trio of Star Wars buildable helmets, are the LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader and Scout Trooper Helmets from Star Wars fans’ favorite, the original trilogy that started it all.
There is something alluring about LEGO Star Wars. Perhaps the LEGO elements with the studs and LEGO Technic components accentuate the futuristic nature of Star Wars hardware.
If the animatronic Baby Yoda does not feel realistic to you because, little Grogu isn’t doing what he love to do most: snacking. Well then, you are in luck because, Hasbro has revealed a new The Child aka Baby Yoda animatronic Baby Yoda, ermm, doll?
Building replicas machines and vehicles from the Star Wars universe is not new. But what we have seen were mostly projects by folks who had, you know, financial muscle (read: sponsors) to flex. That was not the case with these Star Wars fans in Russia, though.
The Mandalorian may have a hard time keeping The Child aka Baby Yoda safe. Meanwhile, in real life, it won’t be a walk in the park trying to get your hands on the The Mandalorian The Child In Floating Hover Pram because, money may be a real issue here.
Joining the growing collection of Hasbro Star Wars The Black Series electronic helmet is everyone’s favorite helmet: Star Wars The Black Series First Order Stormtrooper Helmet. Alright. Perhaps not everyone is a fan of post original trilogy Star Wars, but it is here for those who want it.
If the remains of destroyed Death Star remain in space, then I supposed it should be covered in overgrowth and whatnot. It would be quite a sight to behold. Oh, wait. Death Star is in space and space is vacuum, and thus no lifeforms should have thrive.
There is a reason why Echo Dot is so small and flat. It is meant to be less of an eyesore and space-saving. But if you are such a big fan of Star Wars, specifically, The Mandalorian, you probably don’t mind if your Echo Dot looking like the The Mandalorian’s helmet.
Droids are important part of the Star Wars universe and so are stamps in our world – even in this digital age. That said, I find it fitting for Star Wars to find its way to USPS stamps – even though in the galaxy far, far away, they may not have a such thing called …
The Child from Disney Plus’ The Mandalorian is 50 years old and yet, he is still looking like, well, a baby. For those who don’t already know, 50 is indeed still a baby age for Yoda’s species (which name is unrecorded, btw). Us, humans, can’t look like a kid at 50, but you know what …