Last night we got to see a totally badass (and perhaps more than a little foolhardy) Stormtrooper go toe-to-toe with Finn in The Force Awakens’ latest TV spot. Suitably impressed by his slick baton moves? You’ll soon be able to own one as part of Bandai’s fantastic Star Wars figuarts range.
Can’t wait until September to get your hands on some new Star Wars toys? If you’re headed to the San Diego Comic-Con in July, you won’t have to wait because Hasbro will happily sell you this SDCC-exclusive Stormtrooper figure featuring the new helmet design seen in The Force Awakens teasers.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ merchandising extravaganza begins three whole months before the film is out — but before that, there’s the inevitable leak of figures onto eBay from Chinese manufacturing facilities. And such a leak, if true, may give us our first look at a Force Awakens action figure.
Hey guess what, there’s a new Star Wars movie coming out! And as the latest ploy to dominate the online conversation, the film has partnered with Twitter to create emoji-generating hashtags for three members of the Episode VII universe, just as a new teaser trailer hits at Star Wars Celebration.
Star Wars has a long history of merchandising everything, right down to the characters you see in the movies for mere moments. Who doesn't remember heroes like Toryn Farr, Willrow Hood or Yak Face (apologies, Saelt-Marae)? Now even characters seen for literal seconds are getting the Hot Toys treatment.
We've not seen much of Square-Enix's Play Arts Kai Variant takes on the Star Wars universe, but what we have seen so far has been pretty damn awesome. But now the line is getting even better though,with the addition of these tricked out versions of Boba Fett and the Stormtrooper!
Sure, he might have a head big enough to thwack against every single blast door in the Death Star, but for a faceless soldier in the massive army of a ruthless empire, this lil' Stormie is just so darn cute. What Rebel Scum wouldn't stop if they were cornered by this chap?
We've taken a brief look at Tamashii Nation's Japanese take on the Empire's footsoldiers before, but now Bandai have released official images of their Ashigaru Stormtrooper, and he looks wonderful.
Never have the footsoldiers of a fascist interstellar empire looked so stylish as they do in this amazing life-sized recreation of Star Wars' Stormtroopers by Etsy user Midian Craftworks.
Just listen to this thing. YouTuber Michael Asher's dad has a print shop, equipped with this very scary but totally mesmerizing paper cutter. It zips through a ream of paper like a hot Storm Trooper Blaster through the air around Han Solo.
This is kind of cool: there is a full size stormtrooper—and a small R2-D2—guarding one of the Don't Do Evil Galactic Empire's data centers. Oh the irony.
If you attend a Sci-Fi convention, you're going to see about a squadron of Stormtrooper costumes. But only one Stormtrooper is a moist dessert that goes great with milk. Caketrooper.
This helmet was made for Star Wars Remix out of actual Adidas Star Wars skate shoes. It's completely fit to wear. You can even buy it. I think I just might, too.
Australia is amazing and I want to visit all of it. Paul French thinks the same but he's actually doing it. French is going to walk around Australia—from Perth to Sydney (2553 miles)—in a Stormtrooper outfit.
Here's an awesomely creative example of being resourceful: a Star Wars fan built a Stormtrooper helmet out of two milk jugs. Yes, that helmet in the picture was made with those plastic milk gallons in your fridge right now.
Adidas Imperial Stormtropper sneakers. You know, so you can run faster when random people start chasing you down the street. To beat the crap out of you. Or ask where did you buy them. It can go either way.
OK, we are done with the Star Wars weddings. Tiger and Issa win starting with her stormtrooper bustier. Unless the Darth Vader marries you in spectral form, no Star Wars wedding will surpass this one: