For today’s top deal, we’re heading back into the dark, distant past, to a collection of movies that gripped us as youngsters and have refused to let go ever since. No, we’re not talking about the Porky’s series.
If you're going to the trouble of getting yourself a set of Stormtrooper armour, it might as well be practical right? So instead of flimsy moulded plastic, these suits are made from genuine leather, protecting motorcyclists from road rash.
Most alcohol cabinets are good. They tend to be filled with booze, which is a great starting point. But this Imperial Walker cupboard should have your family simultaneously drunk and quoting Star Wars. What better?
Here's the official Carbonite-Frozen Han Solo Chocolate Bar just because I love you. George Lucas has no shame. And sometimes I don't care. This 4.5-ounce dark chocolate measures six inches in length. For £7.60, Leia approves (see below). [Think Geek]
Brothers Brick say this is the best Lego X-Wing yet and I agree. Made by Mike Psiaki's, it's amazing that he has been able to reproduce the Rebel's top star fighter with such exquisite detail, even topping Lego's official models.
Why yes, that is a LEGO Millennium Falcon perched inside a diorama of Docking Bay 327, the scene of Obi-Wan and Darth Vader's battle. It was created by German builder David Wagner and measures an impressive 90cm x 100cm. The project required roughly 10,500 bricks, four months, and £860 to complete.
Mixing Star Wars with those '"I'm with stupid" tees, this latest addition to the ever growing list of electronically enhanced shirts features the Death Star firing its glowing superlaser, complete with sound effects, at whoever's standing next to you.
There seems to be a trend to have themed engagement photos, as if getting married weren't stupid enough to begin with. This is the inevitable Star Wars shot. I really had a very hard time picking a photo for this post.
Making your own set of Stormtrooper armour is a huge undertaking, but making it out of carbon fibre instead of plastic vacuum-forming techniques? You've just earned yourself a place next to Gene Roddenberry and Gary Gygax in nerd heaven.
That's PC World/Currys Star Wars advert launched over the weekend. If you don't spend your Saturdays hunched up in front of ITV "live tweeting" about mentally unstable people, here it is. They've even ruined the Imperial March. [YouTube]
Here's your feel good video of the day. A uselessly cute and furry little Ewok going head to head against the menacing Incredible Hulk. The Hulk does what George Lucas should've done to Ewoks. [YouTube via @kwameopam]
George Lucas can release a thousand new versions of the Star Wars films with as many changes as he can imagine, but nothing will even come close to the sheer brilliance of this French disco/ballet interpretation.
There will be another Star Wars themed advert beaming out of your TV every few minutes soon, thanks to Dixons doing a deal with Mr Vader to promote the benefits of giving Currys and PC World your money.
Watching the official trailer, I get the feeling that not even Lucasfilm is convinced that a third dimension is going to improve The Phantom Menace. So they've instead they've opted for Plan B in the trailer for the 3D re-release: the eradication of Jar Jar Binks.