8 Coolest Star Wars Toys to Get on a Special Weekend Sale

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If you’re planning on getting some Star Wars toys just before the Last Jedi premiere or in general to play around with during the holidays, this is the perfect time to buy them, and these are the coolest ones we recommend:

Star Wars Black Series Obi-Wan Kenobi Lightsaber

You can get this Obi-Wan Kenobi lightsaber for just $103.49 instead of $149.99 on the special, time-limited Star Wars sale. It makes the sounds from the movies, and has a real metal hilt, unlike most toy lightsabers.

Star Wars BB-8 Mega Playset

The BB-8 mega playset includes the galaxy’s cutest droid, force-link wearable technology and 2 play figures. You can get this Star Wars BB-8 playset for just $83.12 at the moment.

Star Wars Samurai-Style Stormtrooper

This terrific creation by Bandai comes with interchangeable hands, drum sticks, conch shell and a flag set. You can get this Star Wars figure for just $71.99 at the moment. As of now, only 4 are left in stock.

Star Wars Black Series Poe Dameron X-Wing Pilot Helmet

You can get this Star Wars Black Series Poe Dameron X-Wing pilot helmet for just $44.99 on this special Star Wars deal, 44% off the original $79.99 price.

Star Wars X-Wing Drone

A cute and fun to play with little chopper, you can get this Star Wars X-Wing Drone for just $41.99 instead of $59.99 on this special Star Wars sale.

Star Wars Rey & Speeder

If you love playing with action figures and making sounds with your mouth while moving them around, this Rey speeder from her days on Jakku is perfect for you. Get it for just $28.12 instead of $59.99 while you still can.

Star Wars Darth Vader TIE Fighter

The iconic Darth Vader TIE fighter for just $26.22, including 2 different canopy types.

Star Wars Kylo Ren Helmet

Modeled after the design in The Last Jedi, this Kylo Ren mask has an electronic voice changer. It costs just $17.25 instead of $39.99 for the next few hours.

Star Wars Mighty Muggs: The Expressive Side of the Force

The Last Jedi opens in theaters in just a couple of weeks, so Star Wars fan fever is starting to swell once more. And sometimes the only prescription for fan fever is more collectibles. Fortunately, Hasbro has got us covered with a new series of Mighty Muggs toys, inspired by characters from the Star Wars universe.

The soon to be released Star Wars Wave 1 set includes big-headed version of Darth Vader, Chewbacca, Luke Skywalker, Rey, Kylo Ren, and Princess Leia. Each figure has three different expressions, which are revealed when you push down on the tops of their heads. Sometimes they’re happy, sometimes they’re sad, and other times, they’re making their helmet bend to their whim.

The figures measure 4″ tall and sell for $10.99 each, or $59.99 for the complete set. They’re available for pre-order on Entertainment Earth now, and are expected to ship later this month.

Get These Cool Star Wars Lamps for 20% Off

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, there were these sweet Star Wars 3D LED lamps. Today… They’re still here! If you missed Cyber Monday, don’t worry – we’ve still got huge savings on deals just for you. Simply use coupon code CYBER20 in the Technabob Shop to get 20% off these already discounted lamps, now thru 12/3.

Watch in awe as dazzling light breaks through the etched surface of these lamps, providing a glow in the shape of your favorite character or ship. As an added bonus, their LED light source has an incredible lifespan of over 50,000 hours, so you won’t have to worry about changing bulbs.

Celebrate your Star Wars fandom in your home or office. The already discounted price is $39.99, but you can get one now for an additional 20% off in the Technabob Shop, when you enter coupon code CYBER20 at checkout.

10 Awesome Star Wars LEGO Sets to Get for Christmas

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Few things are as fun as building a just-opened LEGO set, and when it’s a Star Wars LEGO set on Christmas, it’s even better. Here are the 10 best Star Wars LEGO sets on special pre-holiday sale right now:

Star Wars LEGO Millennium Falcon

A 1329-piece LEGO set, it includes Rey, Finn, Han Solo, Chewbacca, a Tasu Leech, Kanjiklub gangster and BB-8. You can currently get the Star Wars LEGO Millennium Falcon for just $111.99.

Star Wars LEGO Captain Rex AT-TE

A 972-piece LEGO set, it includes 5 minifigures: Rex, Gregor, Wolffe, and inquisitor and a Stormtrooper. You can get the Star Wars LEGO Rex AT-TE for just $71.36 at the moment.

Star Wars LEGO Clone Turbo Tank

The 4 minifigures included in this 903-piece LEGO set are: Luminara Unduli, Quinlan Vos, Clone Commander Gree and an Elite Corps Clone Trooper as well as 2 battle droids. You can get the Star Wars LEGO Clone Turbo Tank for just $81.99 right now.

Star Wars LEGO Episode VIII BB-8

If you hurry, you can get the Star Wars LEGO set featuring the cutest droid on the planet for just $79.99. It is made up of 1106 pieces.

Star Wars LEGO Director Krennic Imperial Shuttle

This LEGO set includes director Krennic who we know from Rogue One, along with K-2SO, two death troopers and Bodhi Rook. You can get the Director Krennic shuttle LEGO set for just $71.99 right now.

Star Wars LEGO Arrowhead Ship

This LEGO set, made up of 775 pieces, includes 5 minifigures: Zander, Kordi, Quarrie, a stormtrooper and a R0-GR figure. You can get the Star Wars LEGO Arrowhead for $71.99 right now.

Star Wars LEGO Poe Dameron X-Wing Fighter

This LEGO X-Wing with Poe Dameron is made up of 717 pieces. You can currently get it for $64.

Star Wars LEGO Kylo Ren TIE Fighter

Alongside Kylo Ren, this LEGO set also includes a pilot, stormtrooper and BB-9E. You can get the Star Wars LEGO Kylo Ren TIE fighter for just $63.99 at the moment.

Star Wars LEGO Rebel U-Wing Fighter

Alongside the ship you get a pilot, Jyn Erso, Bistan, Cassian Andor and a rebel trooper. You can get the Star Wars LEGO U-Wing fighter for just $63.99 right now.

Star Wars LEGO Rathtar Escape

Depicting a cool scene from The Force Awakens, involving Han Solo, Chewbacca and others alongside the fearsome monster, this Star Wars LEGO Rathtar escape is just $63.99 right now.

What Order Should You Watch the Star Wars Films to Prepare for the Last Jedi?

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As Star Wars: The Last Jedi approaches to make Christmas a bit more fun, it’s time to start the binge of watching all the Star Wars films that came before to get in the right mood. However, the question of ‘in what order to watch’ becomes more difficult to answer every year.

By Order of Release

A New Hope ?? The Empire Strikes Back ?? Return of the Jedi ?? The Phantom Menace ?? Attack of the Clones ?? Revenge of the Sith ?? The Force Awakens ?? Rogue One

Why does it make sense? That’s how the films were released, starting in 1977, so why not do it according to the studios? It’s right visually, because you go from the old-school days of the original trilogy to the more modern, sleeker look of the prequels, followed by Rogue One and Episode VII, which are from this decade, hence look very different.

The only problem here is Rogue One. It refers to a lot of things in A New Hope, and seeing it so detached from the film that picks up right where it ends might be a bit weird.

In-Universe Timeline

The Phantom Menace ?? Attack of the Clones ?? Revenge of the Sith ?? Rogue One ?? A New Hope ?? The Empire Strikes Back ?? Return of the Jedi ?? The Force Awakens

Why does it make sense? From a storytelling point of view, it shows the progress of the Skywalker saga, with the “interruption” of the Anthology episode, from the beginning of a young Anakin, to the days of the new characters of Rey and Finn as well as Kylo, through Luke’s heroics alongside Leia and Han Solo.

The issue here is that it feels weird starting with movies from the 21st century more or less and in the middle seeing movies made in the late 70’s and 80’s, which as magical as they are, do have a silly quality to them in terms of visuals.

The “Storytelling” Order

Rogue One ?? A New Hope ?? The Empire Strikes Back ?? The Phantom Menace ?? Attack of the Clones ?? Revenge of the Sith ?? Return of the Jedi ?? The Force Awakens

Why? There’s something to be said about going back and forth in time. The story begins with plenty of action, and then, before the climax of ROTJ, we see the story of how Darth Vader came to be, and the fall of the Jedi Order. It gives a happy ending, which isn’t taken away by Episode VII, which is just the first part of a trilogy, but has an optimistic feel at its end.

Skipping the Phantom Menace or the Prequels Altogether (Machete Order)

If you hate the prequels, this might be how you’ll do it. It does feel that since Disney took over things, they’re trying as hard as possible to erase the legacy of episodes 1-2-3, which are probably receiving more hate over the years than they deserve. Some people simply skip the most Jar-Jar heavy film, the Phantom Menace.

The suggested order here: Rogue One ?? A New Hope ?? Empire ?? Return of the Jedi ?? The Force Awakens.

It’s also shorter.

Get Watching

Star Wars: The Last Jedi (Episode VIII) comes out on December 15. You can get Episodes I-VI in one collection, while The Force Awakens and Rogue One come separately.

Watch Adorable Daisy Ridley Give An Interview While Building A Lego Millennium Falcon  

While we wait for The Last Jedi to drop, Disney seems to be doing a whole lot of promotion for the film. In this interview by Elle Magazine, Daisy Ridley, who obviously plays Rey in the new trilogy, answers questions about herself and her co-stars all while building a Lego version of the  Millennium Falcon.

Now to be fair, it’s not like she’s building the 7,500 piece Millennium Falcon. That would probably make this interview longer than watching all three trilogies, aka, the Trilogies Trilogy.

Hit the jump for the short interview.

Pack It Up, They Win: Family Puts Up Incredible Millennium Falcon Holiday Decoration

Sick of the same old Santa Claus roof display? Why not be a little more like Colby Powell and his family. They decided to switch it up and put up the ultimate Christmas decoration for the ultimate Christmas movie, Star Wars.

The 29 foot long creation is an incredible piece made out of lumber, lots of PVC pipe, and an old parachute that brings the star ship to life-size reality (not even close to life-size). The whole creation ended up weighing around 700 pounds, which ended up requiring the family to rent a crane to get it on the roof.

Make Magazine has all the details of the decoration’s construction and it’s very impressive. Of course, you’d have to wonder how they’re going to get it down. Personally, I’d just throw rocks at it until it comes crashing down. But then again, if that’s on my house, it’s never coming down.

Hit the jump for more shots of the beauty and a short video of its construction.

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Gentle Giant Darth Vader Emperor’s Wrath 1/6 Scale Bust: Proof that Anakin Skywalker Has Ribs

Gentle Giant wants to illuminate your toy shelf with the light from a father’s loving heart. And a Sith Lord’s Force Lightning.

The Darth Vader Emperor’s Wrath mini-bust immortalizes the Star Wars villain’s redeeming moment from Return of the Jedi. Anakin showed his human side figuratively and literally by shielding Luke from Darth Sidious’ lethal attack. To mimic the tragic scene, the 7″ tall bust lights up and is cast from translucent resin.

You can pre-order the bust from BigBadToyStore for $117 (USD).

12 Star Wars Ugly Christmas Sweaters to Raise Your Holiday Spirit

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The Star Wars ugly Christmas sweaters for 2017 and especially those leading up to Star Wars: The Last Jedi are incredibly awesome, and here are the best ones we picked out for you to wear this holiday season and for the premiere.

Star Wars The Last Jedi Ugly Christmas Sweater

It would be quite fun showing up to the premiere of Star Wars: The Last Jedi with this ugly Christmas sweater.

Star Wars Kylo Ren Ugly Christmas Sweater

While everyone likes to flaunt with Darth Vader on Christmas, having a sweater with his emo grandson sulking on it is just as cool.

Star Wars Angry Darth Vader Ugly Christmas Sweater

Without holiday spirit shown by your family, Darth Vader will get angry, just like this ugly Christmas sweater warns about.

Star Wars Merry Sithmas Ugly Christmas Sweater


Even the Sith celebrate Christmas, and probably wear these sweaters when they go to a holiday party.

Star Wars R2-D2 Ugly Christmas Sweater

This R2-D2 ugly Christmas sweater has an extra flavor of holiday spirit to it, which you can never get enough of this time of the year.

Star Wars Kylo Ugly Christmas Sweater

I wonder who Kylo Ren is fighting on this Ugly Christmas Sweater. The TIE fighter is cool though.

Star Wars BB-8 Ugly Christmas Sweater

The best thing about BB-8, as you can see in this ugly Christmas sweater, is that it looks like a Christmas ornament.

Star Wars ‘Merry Force Be With You’ Ugly Christmas Sweater

This Princess Leia ugly Christmas sweater is super cute, but it also brings a tear to one’s eye when you start thinking about Carrie Fisher.

Another Star Wars BB-8 Ugly Christmas Sweater

This Star Wars BB-8 ugly Christmas sweater does a great job of adding holiday cheer.

Star Wars Reindeer R2-D2 Ugly Christmas Sweater

There are plenty of Star Wars ugly Christmas sweaters with R2-D2, but this one with antlers has a special place in our heart.

Star Wars Porg Hoodie

Not exactly an ugly Christmas sweater, but this Porg hoodie was too cute not to include in this list.

Star Wars ‘Come Over to the Merry Side’ Ugly Christmas Sweater

This Star Wars ugly Christmas sweater takes Darth Vader and turns him into a merry fool. Nicely done.

You Can Now Buy Star Wars IV’s Opening Crawl As A Floor Runner


If you’re the type of person whose man-cave is already decked out wall-to-wall in sci-fi movie posters, and shelves storing your valued collectibles, than maybe it’s time to work on that bare wood floor. Think about all that valuable space that’s just sitting there, not yet geekified.

Well, you can kiss your worries away with the Star Wars: Title Crawl Floor Runner. It’s like any other floor runner, but this one will let everyone know where you stand on the issue of “Who shot first?”.  Its comes in at 26″ wide x 77″ long, is made from Polyester Pile.

It’s available for $40 from ThinkGeek, and personally, I think it would look really cool in anyone’s collection of Star Wars memorabilia.

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Hit the jump for more shots.