Han Solo in Carbonite Pop-Tarts


17 Responses to “Han Solo in Carbonite Pop-Tarts”

  1. Eark_the_Bunny says:

    Unfortunately someone made the pop tarts from real carbonite and during initial product testing several test subject broke teeth while trying to chew the pop tarts.   Oh, well. 

  2. sam1148 says:


  3. bcsizemo says:

    Wait where’s the on switch?

  4. xzzy says:

    I think an edit that must happen to the next Star Wars release is adding sprinkles to Han Solo’s prison/tomb. Completely changes the character of the movie, for the better.

  5. anon0mouse says:

    “You’re delicious”
    “I know”

  6. rocketpj says:

    To be honest, given the willingness of Lucasfilm to license pretty much anything that wasn’t blatantly illegal, I am amazed we didn’t get them in 1981.

  7. Ian Wood says:

    God dammit anonmouse

  8. johnphantom says:

    I wonder what flavor they are.

  9. Stefan Jones says:

    This, and many other types of character and artifact designs, could  be handled by a 3D ganache printer.

    Half an hour to print, down your kid’s trap in fifteen seconds.

  10. Gary61 says:

    “Who knew rapscallions could be so delicious? Think I’ll pass on the wookie one, though …. “

  11. sam1148 says:

    I hate to get all technical here…but in a toaster. Han would melt before the heat reached the marker.

  12. dancentury says:

    Jabba the Hutt frosted frozen Han Solo with something. And it wasn’t sugar frosting. 

  13. malindrome says:

    What it the toaster is set too high?  He’s no good to me burned.

  14. vrplumber says:

    Sweet, slightly singed, single-serving Solo satiates swiftly; suckers sincere Star Wars supporters simultaneously.

    Snakes, why did it have to be snakes?

  15. pjcamp says:

    The world is not broken.

    Those things have got to taste like smegma.

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