Here’s a super dope desk tidy to join the Bandai AT-AT Desk Tidy and AT-AT Tape Dispenser for the ultimate Star Wars-theme desk setup. What you see here is the Star Wars Space Slug Desk Organizer from Regal Robot.
Here’s a new Star Wars collectible from Hasbro that no fans of the galaxy’s most fearsome bounty hunter, Boba Fett, should miss. It is yet another Hasbro Star Wars: The Black Series Boba Fett Electronic Helmet.
Cool things always stand the test of time. Case in point: this R9-D9 Robot Vacuum Cleaner. Just look at it. Don’t you think that it looks pretty damn awesome? And guess what? It was created way back in 2018.
Have you ever seen Han Solo or Chewbacca cooked onboard the Millennium Falcon? I don’t they ever did. Anyways, if they did, I am sure Han would be proud to be using the Millennium Falcon Wooden Cutting Board.
Whether you are a new fan of Star Wars or simply a fan who did not managed to get your hands on the original Kenner Star Wars Imperial Troop Transporter from 1979, you will appreciate this re-release. Joining Hasbro Star Wars The Vintage Collection is The Mandalorian Imperial Troop Transport Toy Vehicle.
Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back is 40 years old this year. So, fans can expect a bit of toys reboot, including LEGO. And reboot LEGO did. We heard LEGO has announced a new LEGO 75288 Star Wars AT-AT.
Joining Igloo Coolers’ growing number Star Wars-themed coolers is the Star Wars Darth Vader Playmate Pal 7 QT Cooler. Decorating the brand’s tent-top 9-can cooler is the villain himself, Lord Vader.
I think we have enough of The Child from The Mandalorian already. If you haven’t, here’s a new one coming from Bandai and you probably want to add this to your collection because, it comes with a functional transport pod.
While this custom Star Wars AT-AT BBQ Grill/Firepit created by Alex Dyson of Burned by Design is portable as Firekorf, it is certainly win in the cool department. At least, it is to Star Wars fans anyways.
Here’s a fan-made Star Wars animation that will set the heart of anime-loving Star Wars fans fluttering. It is not quite fan-made per se. It is a “Fan Red-edit” by YouTube channel, Scoundrel Media.