Assembling LEGO's official Star Destroyer kit [Amazon] is no mean feat: it has nearly 4,800 pieces and retails for $700. But Matt Benner, aka TheBrickWiz, went 30,000 better, constructing a collossal Star Wars spaceship to put the fear of Vader into any rebel fool enough to fall into its gravity well. He even made the interior – check out the conference room (below)!
As you may already know, there are a crapton of Star Wars series, movies, comics, and novels on the horizon (not to mention games). Live action series The Book of Boba Fett, Ashoka, and Rangers of the New Republic will join The Mandalorian on Disney+, although Boba Fett is the only live-action show slated for… READ THE REST
YouTube JankLabs hand-painted this cool diorama of a destroyed AT-AT that is decaying in shallow water. Great details of nature reclaiming the machine. The AT-AT is not a toy or model kit, but was 3d printed by Jank prior to the paint work. Image: YouTube / JankLabs READ THE REST
Twitter user Rik Villanueva of the Jammed Transmissions Star Wars podcast posted this, and it's absolutely blowing my mind. In other words: the Star Wars saga (or at least, the Skywalker saga) is basically just the lifespan of a Baby Boomer. In some ways, this makes the radical changes in that universe (people just forgot… READ THE REST
Sometimes, you'd really rather just boost the temperature in your bedroom or home office by a few degrees without firing up your central heating and paying to pump that heat throughout the entire house. In that case, you just need a portable heater that can wrap a cocoon of warmth around a relatively small, contained… READ THE REST
Earlier this month, stargazers were dazzled by a rare celestial event as The Great Conjunction offered a view of Jupiter and Saturn huddled close together in the night sky. The planets themselves aren't actually in closer proximity to each other, but just the idea of seeing this optical convergence that hasn't been viewed from Earth… READ THE REST
None of us are getting any younger. And while the ravages of time work differently on everyone, there seems to be one area where everyone from seniors down to the way-too-young start feeling discomfort first. Oh, that aching back. A lot of that may have to do with how many of us spend huge portions… READ THE REST