If you’re a movie fan (like me) then you’ll enjoy this video from The Verge.
Check out 3 of my favorite pieces of ‘Star Wars’ fan art depicting everyone’s favorite space-borne bounty hunter.
Ahh, it’s a good time to be a geek. HBO’s ‘Games of Thrones’ begins its fourth season on April 2, and ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ starts filming in May.
This is just one of many ‘Star Wars’-themed Christmas cards by Brooklyn-based illustrator, P. J. McQuade. See the entire collection on Behance.
Nothing like a little ‘Star Wars’ humor to start the weekend.
Roland Deschane is the deviantArt handle of computer graphics artists Jeff Bennett, and (as you can see) Roland likes to geekify Thomas Kinkade paintings. Really, I must admit, an AT-AT makes almost any artwork cooler. Don’t ya think?
See more pieces like this in Jeff’s gallery.
How cool are these ‘Star Wars’ cards?!?
In 1981, the National Public Radio (NPR) produced a live radio drama of Star Wars: A New Hope. Performed just like the classic radio dramas from the golden years of radio complete with sound effects and the John Williams score from the Star Wars film. Mark Hamill and Anthony Daniels reprised their roles of Luke Skywalker and C-3P0 (respectively) while the rest of the cast was played by seasoned actors like Perry King (Han Solo) and Brock Peters (Darth Vader). The Radio drama was a real treat for fans of the Star Wars universe as it expanded on the original story of Star Wars through previously unused storylines that were ultimately cut from the original Star Wars film. These scenes were acted out in the radio drama, giving depth to the Story we all know and love, and introduces us to a few new KEY characters.
Flash forward to November…
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