We know that Luke and Rey will be spending time together in Star Wars Episode VIII. And we can only hope it proves the fan theory that Luke really only knows how to train a Jedi the same way he was trained.
Sure, Star Wars fans might dream of igniting a lightsaber and calling on the force like a Jedi. But honestly, if we were in a galaxy far far away, we’d want to lock our S-Foils in attack position like the dashing X-Wing pilots of the Alliance and Republic. But who’s the best of them all? We ranked them to find out.
Some Star Wars collectors only hunt down the figures for characters they like, while others strictly go after the rare finds. But for those who consider themselves completists, and want the action figure for every last character in their collection, Luke’s severed hand is finally up for grabs.
The first trailer for The Force Awakens announced to the world there was a brand new Star Wars villain. We then learned his name: Kylo Ren, owner of the ominous, hilted red lightsaber. A second trailer followed, and immediately we were greeted by the face of Darth Vader. The obvious question was, “Why?”
I wish I had something clever or profound to say about the first photo of Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker taken in 30 years, or about it being the first time we’ve ever seen Luke wearing traditional Jedi robes. But I don’t. My stomach is full of tiny Star Wars-obsessed butterflies and I’m just really, really happy right…
Now that Hot Toys are done turning as many Avengers as they can into gloriously pretty (and expensive) action figures, it’s time for them to return to Star Wars and do pretty much the same thing — and they’re back with a pretty great recreation of everyone’s favourite farmboy.
We already knew that Bandai would be bringing a windswept Jedi Luke to their Star Wars line later this year, but now they've released a batch of new pictures and information about the figure, giving us a better look at its... well, let's just say not great likeness.
It's not often you get to see an action figure that boasts 'Looks just like that poster!', but Bandai's latest Star Wars figuarts can claim such a thing. Looking good, Mr. Skywalker!
Mark Hamill appeared yesterday at the Golden Heart Gala in Los Angeles sporting a full beard and long hair. Since they are filming now, I think it's safe to say that this is how he looks on the new Star Wars Episode VII by J.J. Abrams. So I photoshopped his face on top of Obi Wan to get Master Skywalker.
The once and future Luke Skywalker, Mark Hamill, is also a crazy talented voice actor best known as the Joker in many Batman cartoons. At a recent Star Wars Weekend, some brave, wonderful person asked Mr. Hamill to narrate a meeting between the Jedi Knight and the Clown Prince of Crime.
With the cast of Episode VII finally revealed, I have to admit, I am getting pretty freaking excited about a new chapter of Star Wars blasting its way into contemporary pop culture. In honor of Star Wars Day, let's relive your best Star Wars moment from your childhood—or your adulthood!
It's unclear which congregation is behind this wonderfully weird mannequin theater, but here is Luke Skywalker rebuking one parthenogenetically born poppa for another. Is this canon? Can this be canon? Please?
Star Wars junkie Mark Dermul has a pretty sweet job: He leads tours in North Africa of different locations featured in the films. On a 2010 trip to Tunisia—er, Tatooine—he and his cohort realized that Luke Skywalker's boyhood home—the Lars Homestead—was in serious disrepair. NPR reports how they brought it back to…
After transforming a drawing by a four-year-old boy into a stuffed toy, Wendy Tsao began turning other children's two-dimensional artwork into three-dimensional playthings. Tsao's since founded Child's Own Studios, a website where she builds toys based exactly on kids' illustrations. The results are charming and —…
You just destroyed the Death Star. You saved the galaxy and the Rebellion. Princess Leia loves you, and you don't know she's your sister yet. Galactic bliss. Now let's shotgun this beer and go home, kid.
Star Wars fans have been a cynical lot as of late, given the rather dubious changes to the films' Blu-ray release. But this video of YouTube user BashTheMonkey's four-year-old son reacting to Darth Vader's paternity reveal should brighten your Monday morning. Unless you're George Lucas, of course — you're already…
In this bizarre footage from the defunct wish-granting program Jim'll Fix It, a lucky eight-year-old named Daniel scores a picnic with Luke Skywalker on Dagobah. They then watch a clip from The Empire Strikes Back and Chewbacca admits he eats little girls.
Wow — last night Robot Chicken aired its third Star Wars special, and it was almost better than the first. It was truly spectacular, especially when Boba Fett called Luke Skywalker Jodi Foster. Here our our three favorite moments.
Alicia Traveria built this awesome Luke Skywalker piñata — his hand flies off when you when bash him, and he spurts red confetti when disemboweled. Best of all, she's written a tutorial so you can build your own.