We’ve brought you lots of custom-built X-Wing and Millennium Falcon drones, but for those of who don’t know the difference between a servo and a Dremel, these new flying toys from Air Hogs will let you easily fly a couple of classic Star Wars spaceships.
Working under the assumption that Star Wars fans have an unlimited supply of nostalgia and funds, Pottery Barn has priced its new Millennium Falcon bed at $4,000. So have fun explaining to your kids why they’ll have to choose between a fancy bed or college.
A Star Wars film without the Millennium Falcon just isn’t a Star Wars film. That’s why those prequels felt so weird, and why The Force Awakens made sure to include that bucket of space bolts. The same applies to Star Wars toy lines, so here’s Hasbro’s latest take on Solo’s ship.
The Emperors at Disney and Lucasfilm have declared that all Star Wars: The Force Awakens toys are only to be revealed during ‘Force Friday’ events on September 4. But apparently the stock people at a British Columbia Toys “R” Us didn’t get that memo.
A few days ago it was revealed that Hot Toys was building a sixth-scale toy version of the Millennium Falcon that would match the size of the company’s incredibly detailed 12-inch figures. And today we already have our first peek at the monstrous creation on display at the Ani-Com and Games convention in Hong Kong.
If you thought the sixth-scale Millennium Falcon cockpit diorama that Hot Toys showed off at Comic-Con was impressive, the company is apparently planning to reveal an 18-feet long, 12-feet wide model of the entire ship at the upcoming Ani-Com and Games convention in Hong Kong.
Alongside their ridiculously pretty Star Wars figures, at Comic-Con Hot Toys unveiled a new line of 1/6th scale dioramas to go with them—starting off with a gigantic, beautiful recreation of the Millennium Falcon’s cockpit. Now the company are teasing the possibility of attaching the rest of the damn ship to that.…
Update: The Lego Group have asked that we remove the images from this post, and Leg Godt has complied with that request. The original text of the post is as follows.
Hot Toys has more than made a name for itself when it comes to its insanely detailed sixth-scale action figures. But instead of collectors just perching them on a shelf, the company is going to start introducing other places for its figures to hang out, starting with a perfect sixth-scale replica of the Millennium…
The same company responsible for those incredibly tiny RC pico helicopter toys, Bandai Namco’s CCP, has created a line of Star Wars-themed flying toys that are small enough to recreate the films’ most epic space battles in your bedroom.
You think it’s an inconvenience when your car breaks down on the side of the road? Imagine that happening to your ship in the vacuum of space. That’s why you always need to keep the right tools for emergency repairs on hand, whether it’s a handy walking carpet named Chewbacca, or this Millennium Falcon-shaped multitool
Lego’s Millennium Falcons are some of the toymaker’s largest and most impressive sets, but to keep the price tags reasonable there are some comprises made when it comes to size, scale, and detailing. As the Lego fans at Titans Creations discovered, to build a Millennium Falcon that’s actually perfectly sized for…
It’s a safe assumption, given the ever-increasing popularity of quadcopters, that once The Force Awakens marketing blitz gets underway later this year, we’ll be seeing lots of Star Wars-related flying toys. But until then, we have to settle for drooling over custom creations like this detailed light-up Millennium…
Finding the motivation to crawl out of bed to face work, school, or even sunlight is hard enough. But imagine the herculean task of getting up in the morning when your bed is a near perfect replica of the Millennium Falcon’s cockpit.
So how did you spend the last four years of your life? No matter how you answer that question, it was a complete waste of time compared to Bernard Szukiel who spent four years creating this absolute masterpiece of a Millennium Falcon model using nothing but paper, glue, and more patience than any single human being…
No, that's not a picture of Han Solo's trusty ship ripped straight from a Star Wars movie. It's an incredible model made by Bernard Szukiel — but here's the real kicker: it's made entirely out of paper. This is no hunk of junk.
Don't have room to build yourself a massive five-foot long model of the Millennium Falcon from cardboard? How about a papercraft Falcon made from cardstock that's no bigger than a business card instead? That's what Caleb Kraft managed to pull off using impressive hobby knife skills comparable to a neurosurgeon.