ewoks

The LEGO Ewok Village includes speederbike, tree-trunk hideout and secret Lightsaber stash, spider web and net traps, slide, catapults, elevating throne, speeder rammer function, kitchen, food storage area, planning room, R2-D2 and 16 minifigures (Luke Skywalker, Endor Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca, C-3PO, 2 Rebel soldiers, 5 Ewoks including Wicket, 2 Scout Troopers, and 2 Stormtroopers) and can be yours for the low, low price of $250.

ewok-lego-village

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Too much of this parody is taken up with the Home Carbonite Kit, which is sadly the weakest joke, but some of the other short infomercials are fun.

Star Wars Informercials! (parody)

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Caution: Once you see this you can never un-see what one horror director would like to do with the Star Wars franchise.

Infamous Horror Director’s “Star Wars: Episode VII” Audition Tape

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Mike Mitchell is an artist from Los Angeles who we’ve highlighted before. Recently his “Just Like Us” series has been featured at Gallery 1988. You can find more of his work on his Tumblr page, official website, and in his deviantART gallery.

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Don’t make Hulk angry Wicket, you won’t like him when he’s angry.

Hulk vs. Ewok via You Bent My Wookie

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Barney Stinson presents everything you ever wanted to know about Ewoks and why no one born after May 25, 1973 can dislike them.

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Check out this alternative ending to Return of the Jedi which takes into account how the recently destroyed Death Star may have posed a slight problem for the ensuing Ewok celebration.

Another alternate Jedi ending

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Those who fondly remember the big Ewok number at the end of the film (before George Lucas’ “improvements”), this one’s for you. For those who are too young to remember the original final song for Return of the Jedi we can only offer our pity.

Ewok Karaoke

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Brandon Bird is a California artist who, in his own words, spends most of the time thinking about Transformers. (Who doesn’t?)

His official site has samplings of his work, both paintings and drawings, from old school comics to modern pop culture. And yes, there are Transformers, along with heroes, movie stars, villains, a cut-out Christopher Walken mask, Jedi, and even Ewoks!

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