The latest episode of Super-Fan Builds just hit the internet and this time the lucky recipient is a member of the 501st, a group of Star Wars fans who build their own replica costumes and visit hospitals and other charitable events while dressed in character. If anyone deserves an amazing 'Han Solo frozen in…
It's sort of unbelievable but these sculptures are all made from aluminum wire. When you look at the artwork up close, you can see each line of wire coming together to form the body of a human but when you're looking from far away it totally looks like people frozen in carbonite.
You no longer have to be a smuggler who drops his shipments at the first sign of an Imperial cruiser to be frozen in carbonite. As part of its Star Wars-themed weekends, Disney World is now offering that service to all of its guests.
Okay, novelty iPhone case manufacturers, you've had a cute little run of it. But the medium has reached weird mash-up nirvana with this bad boy: Steve Jobs trapped in Han Solo's carbonite tomb, forever, on the back of your iPhone 4.
Any secret door wins me over instantly, but a secret door that reveals Han Solo frozen in carbonite? Wow. Just wow. And it only cost $150 to install.
Hate doing your taxes? Balancing your checkbook? Grinding for loot in World of Warcraft? Just take a look at Han's face to know that someone has it even worse than you. As painful as it is to look through all your receipts from the last year, it's much worse to have all the cells in your body lowered to such a…