When Han Solo declared “Chewie, we’re home” in the second trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, it brought tears to even most hardened fans. And in another trailer, he thrilled us by declaring, “It’s true, all of it.” But Harrison Ford says both those lines are being wildly misinterpreted.
The folks over at Insignificant Fish Industries run a popular Etsy shop selling geeky merchandise like glowing arcade coin slot belt buckles. But they also just teased this wonderful Han Solo blaster flask on their website that is sure to make them overnight millionaires if they ever start selling it.
We don’t exactly know how the science behind freezing cargo, or a person, in carbonite works. But given there’s the word ‘freezing’ in there, we have to assume it gets pretty cold inside that solid block. So what better place could there be for keeping drinks cold at your desk than a carbonite mini fridge?
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…
For those who love Star Wars so much they're willing to get really, really intimate with their collectibles, here's a Han Solo shower curtain depicting the hero frozen in carbonite so you can be completely naked next to your favorite character while you shower, and he won't see a thing.
Is your living room floor bare? Do you like optical illusions? Do you love Star Wars? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you'll definitely love this floor runner depicting Han Solo stuck in carbonate.
You know you want this door decal of Han Solo stuck in carbonite. The 32-inch by 80-inch laminated graphic can be attached and reattached to both doors and walls and is specially designed to create that great 3D-like effect. It really does look like Han could climb right out of there, at least in the sample images.
Do you want to buy a house or a piece of Star Wars history? Would you like a Ferrari or the DL-44 Blaster that Harrison Ford used? A college education or a toy gun? The answer is obvious right? It's Han Solo's DL-44 Blaster every time. The blaster pistol made famous by Han Solo is up for auction and it's expected to…
Not at all long ago, in our galaxy just two planets away, NASA's Messenger probe discovered what appears to be a raised human shape in the surface of Mercury—and it bears a striking resemblance to Star Wars' Han Solo.
Every once in a while, something comes along that's very impressive, incredibly cool and endlessly desirable. The only problem is that it's not real. Such is the case with this Photoshopped fridge adorned Han Solo frozen in carbonite.
This Lego recreation of Han Solo's DL-44 heavy blaster is incredible. Right down to the wood-colored handle and the offset scope, it looks as authentic as a Lego-built blaster can without actually firing lasers.
You'll never forget the first time you hear a Jason Derulo song, my old boxing trainer once told me. He was right. But he'd never anticipated this—the meeting of our civilization's two greatest cultural forces. Dancing Han Solo.
I hate history revisionists, but not as much as I hate George Lucas for making Han shoot last. Now, with Star Wars 3D coming, he's now saying that the scene modification wasn't a change. He claims that Han NEVER shot first:
Here's the official Carbonite-Frozen Han Solo Chocolate Bar just because I love you. George Lucas has no shame. And sometimes I don't care. This 4.5-ounce dark chocolate measures six inches in length. For $12, Leia approves. [Think Geek]
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.