Clocking in around 200 pieces bigger than the retired 2008 LEGO Death Star, this 2016 model looks like one heck of a project.
With 23 minifigs, turbo lasers that swivel, an emperor’s throne room, and obligatory trash compactor, this Death Star is pretty operational, for LEGO. It is also more than twice the price of the 2008 model and registers at $500.
This set reminds me of Joel’s Millenium Falcon project.
LEGO Star Wars Death Star 75159 via Amazon
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Disney is contemplating opening a luxury Star Wars themed resort next to the Hollywood Studios park at Disney World, which could feature multi-day live-action role-playing games that run overnight, with guests staying all night in the park to interact with costumed characters and automated elements (droids, etc) to game out scenarios.
Industrial Light & Magic visual effects artist John Knoll showed off this funny archival footage at Star Wars Celebration.
Star Wars Celebration Orlando 2017 has come to a close. For my husband and me, both Celebration virgins, the event did not disappoint. Sure, there were ridiculously early mornings trying to get wristbands for key panels, crowds of jostling people, long lines and the fact that one can only humanly do a fraction of what […]
We understand that even reading a book instead of watching Netflix after work can be difficult, so taking online coding courses is definitely going to be a stretch, but hear us out. Learning to code can be a major asset to pushing your career to the next level, or to help you build a side […]
The Rebel is the newest offering from the popular vaporizer brand Hippie, and, contrary to the Attorney General’s belief, smoking dry herb with it does not necessarily preclude you from being a good person. Rather, the Rebel will make you feel like a very good, smart person. The new design offers two immediate advantages over […]
You don’t have to be an evil mastermind, but with the Maglev Globe sitting on your desk, it may look to your coworkers like you’re overseeing some kind of global corporation with nebulous intentions in a Pierce Brosnan-era Bond movie.Thanks to the magic of magnets, this piece of desk art features a freely levitating globe suspended by […]
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