A new J. J. Abrams' Star Wars VII video shows a new version of the X-Wing starfighter. It may look like a Z-95 Headhunter because it doesn't appear to have the classic s-foils that open to give it it's X attack shape, but this official tweet says it's the real thing. So, ladies and gentlenerds, behold the X-wing Mark… »
Your Stormtrooper getup works great for conventions with A/C, but what do you do in the dead of summer? That plastic doesn't breathe. Luckily, Jakks Pacific is releasing a large line of Star Wars inflatables. »
This is the biggest and most accurate X-Wing model since the movies. In fact, each of the thousand units made from resin, aluminum and LEDs were created from a digitally-scanned original Red 5 miniature body. Update: EFX Collectibles has sent us amazing high definition pictures so you can see all the amazing detail. »
We've had X-Wing Fighters that go up and down; here's an X-Wing that just goes down. The venue was Minneapolis' Powderhorn Park, and the event was Minneapolis' annual Art Sled rally. Photographer Tony Nelson took pictures of the day, including a rather spanky la-la double robot one, which you can see below, alongside… »
Click to viewYou might have seen the liftoff, but here's a video of the day we spent in the desert, awaiting the first (and explosively final) launch of the 1/2 scaled rocket-powered X-Wing fighter. I cried a little when it went down. (Turn up the volume, there's some good dialog drowned out by the din of burning… »
Here's a short video of the 21-foot-long X-Wing rocket. launching at Plaster City, California, and then desintegrating spectacularly in mid-air.
Hot diggity damn. This Honda Del Sol was completely converted into a X-Wing Starfighter from Star Wars. Good thing the Del Sol is only a two-seater because there would be no way to haul around all of the babes in this ride. Hit the link for more pictures. »