Concept Art for the Canceled Game Star Wars 1313 Has Surfaced and Makes Us Angry It Was Canceled
If we weren't already upset enough that Star Wars 1313 got canceled, a concept artist who worked on the game recently posted a bunch of the work he did for it on his personal website. It's an interesting—and slightly painful— look into a Star Wars game that looked awesome, but one that we will never get.Read on...
Win Over That Foxy Nerd You’ve Had Your Eye on With These Geeky Valentines
Sure, you can go the traditional hearts and flowers route on Valentine's Day, but if you read this site we're willing to bet your interests lie elsewhere. Is there a cute girl in your particle physics lab, or perhaps a handsome Dungeon Master in your life? Maybe you just want to tell your mom how special she is. Regardless, here are some geeky valentines to tell someone you love them, and if you're lucky they'll say, "I know," then get frozen in carbonite and taken away by Boba Fett.Read on...
Boba Fett Spartan HelmetThis. Is.
Sparta!Star Wars! Almost Dark Productions' Jon Wollack made a very faithful 300-style Spartan helmet for Boba Fett by hand. Fun for sci-fi geeks and history geeks alike. (via Big Shiny Robot. h/t Epic Win FTW)Read on...
The Coolest Sci-Fi Homage to Mt. Rushmore You’ll See Today [Pic]
In his aptly titled work "Mt. BadA$$," DeviantARTist Fooray reimagines Mt. Rushmore as a monument not to great U.S. presidents, but to pillars of sci-fi and geekdom, with Iron Man, RoboCop, Boba Fett, and the Predator taking the places of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln, respectively.Read on...
All The Things I Have To Say About This Han Solo Soap
I guess my biggest problem with carved soap is that if you use it, it will degrade that which made the object cool in the first place. Eventually this guy is just going to look like every other lump in the soap dish.
On the other hand, you could just prop him up next to the shampoo and pretend that the shower is your own personal sail barge.
The presence of Salacious B. Crumb would be optional, I suppose.Read on...
Star Wars Characters Reimagined as Japanese Art
OK, so we are breaking the cardinal rule of geekblogging that says "don't do two Star Wars posts in a row or they will think you are a nerd," but do you know what? This is so cool that we just had to share it asap, rules of propriety be damned. Artist Steve Bialik is working on an ongoing series of Star Wars characters reimagined as Japanese art. Three more pics after the jump:Read on...