The last of the Jedi Masters has finally been slain by the Sith, but it didn't happen in a galaxy far, far away…
It’s the time of the year when a man’s thoughts turn to what kind of new cool trainers he’s going to wear while not leaving the house this summer.
So you might want to consider these. They are about Star Wars. They use the Star Wars font, legally, and have the classic and proven chassis of the Adidas Super Star going-outside show for sporty people as a base. They will be ideal for putting on your feet and placing beneath any PC desk for 12 hours at a time.
Hey, it’s no Steve Jobs costume, but a costume tee decking you out Star Wars-stylee is *almost* as geektacular.
As anyone who’s ever watched the films can tell (that’d be most of you, no?), there are four choices, Chewbacca,…
I love how these Star Wars slippers from ThinkGeek epitomises geekiness in every extremity. Can you imagine sitting back, playing Lego Star Wars on your PS2, and having these bad boys warming your tootsies up?
As with all decisions you make in life, there’s the good and the bad option – do you sheath your feet in Jed-friendly Yodas, or evil Sith-like Darth Vaders? The decisions, the decisions. After you’ve tossed up the pros…
And this isn’t just some 35-year-old man’s dream – it’s an official product you can buy on Amazon. To celebrate the true glory of this toy, we’ll bust out the rarely-used full-width image code:
I just saw these Darth Vader laptops from Oregon the other day in person, and before I had the chance to write about them, Alex at Shiny Shiny beat me to it. We’re just too good here, *hair flick*
Aimed at kiddywinks, or your mate who resembles Nick Frost just a little too much for comfort, these ‘laptops’ are actually activity centres for children which contain ‘mind-blowing games in logic, music and other breathtaking activities’. Use the interactive light sabre and ‘choose a learning path with Darth Vader’,..
Words cannot express just how awful this $19.99 backpack is. Really. We’re all for Star Wars merchandise, and probably own far too much for our own good, but folks, please. Vinyl. In the shape of Darth Vader. On your back. If, err, Luke had bothered digging him one and not just burnt him on a pile of wood like unwanted love letters from Jabba the Hut.
I always thought a Star Wars Chubby is what male sci-fi fans get during those scenes where Princess Leia is in her scanties. But no. Apparently, Star Wars Chubbies are a new range of toys being sold by Firebox, which are like little Russian dolls based on Star Wars characters.