The Internet is telling me that today, May 25, is Geek Pride Day, which Wikipedia describes as "a non-denominational holiday to be celebrated by nerds and geeks who do not feel ashamed of showing their unconventional interests in public." I'm incredulous. Geek Pride Day on the Internet is like Empire Pride Day on the Death St
Mickey Mouse ears with your name sewn on the back are all well and good, but Disney's latest park-exclusive souvenir may make Star Wars fans and action figure collectors' hearts sing "bleep, bleep, bloop!" Part of Star Wars Weekends, 2012, the new Droid Factory at Disney Parks will give fans a chance to assemble their own unique astromech figures from 71 different plastic pieces including custom R6, R8 and R9 domes, plus droid-sized classic Disney Park hats. The figures, which come in custom toy pac
Prominent cartoonist Jeffrey Brown has chronicled his transition into fatherhood pretty extensively in his autobio comic Undeleted Scenes and other works. Now the creator is applying his paternal skills to an official Star Wars book, Darth Vader and Son, that looks into an alternate dimension where Darth Vader was an active dad instead of... well... a complete psycho who made a habit of cutting do
It may be difficult to improve upon the Star Wars character designs that George Lucas and Ralph McQuarrie originally brought into the world. That said, we can still ogle Bjorn Hurri's sleek steampunk takes on Han Solo, Jabba the Hut and Boba Fett. From th
In what is perhaps the greatest Craislist posting ever, a poster in Olympia, Washington, is offering their model TIE Fighter for sale. For a mere $150, you and the shorter stormtroopers in your household can pretend to hunt down galactic re
While some folks view the Republican primaries as America's greatest reality TV show, left-leaning viewers may see it as a choice between four political supervillains (or three supervillains and the somewhat less potent Ron Paul). Fron
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