Nothing makes Star Wars fans happier than a chance to suit up and show off their costumes. Whether it’s Stormtrooper armor or Jedi robes or even a big box decorated like a Gonk droid, Star Wars costumes have always been popular. Fans my age will remember a day long ago when the only real option at Halloween was building Vader armor out of cardboard. Or wearing the sad little Saran Wrap gowns that said “Star Wars” on it when what you wanted was a faithful recreation of C-3P0’s torso.
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Oct 23, 2012
Wondering what’s been happening at StarWars.com? Here’s a quick roundup of what you might have missed this week, including some new Halloween content, special previews of bonus features on Star Wars: The Clone Wars The Complete Season Four Blu-ray and DVD (coming next week!), and lots more!
Wondering what’s been happening at StarWars.com? Here’s a quick roundup of what you might have missed this week, including a major crossover announcement, exclusive posts celebrating World Space Week, and lots more!
Wondering what’s been happening at StarWars.com? Here’s a quick roundup of what you might have missed this week, including several exclusive posts and content leading up to Star Wars Reads Day, a preview of this Saturday’s new episode of The Clone Wars, and lots more!
Wondering what’s been happening at StarWars.com? Here’s a quick roundup of what you might have missed last week, including lots of content leading up to the season premiere of The Clone Wars, details on a new Star Wars trading card series by Topps, and lots more!
The most famous person I’d ever met before starting the Legion was James Irwin, astronaut from the Apollo 15 mission and pilot of the lunar module. You want to talk about a sky-walker? He was the real deal. Even before Star Wars hit, I was nuts about space exploration as a kid and astronauts were like unto demigods. I remember my father pulling me and my brother out of school in Missouri and piling us into the camper to drive three hours to see Irwin speak. A gentle man with a soft voice, he answered every question patiently. (Most of […]
In 2009, we started Star Wars Uncut with little more than a big dream of getting fans involved in the Star Wars story. Turns out that dream got a lot of people excited. We had thousands of participants—young, old, animated, and furry. It was a lot of learning on the fly, as we figured out how to bring the new concept to life alongside our awesome contributors. A New Hope Uncut was born out of our collective labor of love and the best part was seeing what we could all do together.
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