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TV Club: Star Wars Rebels produces a high-stakes, cat-and-mouse thriller of an episode

“Through Imperial Eyes” is not a character-defining episode. It’s not emotionally significant, nor is it a narrative game-changer (not in a major shocking twist kind of way). “Through Imperial Eyes” is a well-told, well-written suspense...Show More Summary

Star Wars: A New Hope Stormtrooper Passenger Series Window Decal

This Star Wars: A New Hope Stormtrooper Passenger Series Window Decal will spruce up your car and make it look cool again. Make it look like you are riding with an Imperial Stormtrooper! His dewback must be in the shop. The decal is made from [...]

Star Wars Rebels Clip: The Empire Sets a Trap in Through Imperial Eyes

The new episode arrives February 25 on Disney XD The post Star Wars Rebels Clip: The Empire Sets a Trap in Through Imperial Eyes appeared first on

Star Wars X-Wing and Imperial Ship Ceramic Serving Bowl

This Star Wars X-Wing and Imperial Ship Ceramic Serving Bowl will get the party started! Food tastes best when served in a bowl that has starships on it. This high-end ceramic tabletop bowl will please any Star Wars fan. It measures about 10-inches in diameter [...]

Star Wars Rogue One Baze Malbus Egg Attack Action Figure

The Star Wars Rogue One Baze Malbus Egg Attack Action Figure is ready to get down to business… and business is killing Imperial Deathtroopers. Once a Guardians of the Whills like his buddy, Chirrut Îmwe, Baze grew disillusioned while living under Imperial rule, forsaking his [...]

See the Original 1958 Sketches for the Peace Symbol

last weekArts : Hyperallergic

Gerald Holtom's rarely exhibited original sketches for the peace symbol will go on view this March at the Imperial War Museum in London. The post See the Original 1958 Sketches for the Peace Symbol appeared first on Hyperallergic.

Found: A Crucial Map of Tokyo's Ancient Edo Castle, Which Was Ready for War

Early pictorial map of Edo Castle unearthed in Matsue — The Mainichi (@themainichi) February 9, 2017 The Edo Castle in Tokyo—now part of the city's Imperial Palace—was once much grander than the buildings and walls that still exist today. Show More Summary

Star Wars Imperial and Rebel Bookend Logo Statue

Organize your Star Wars books in style with this Star Wars Imperial and Rebel Bookend Logo Statue. The Empire or the Rebellion? Why choose? You can have both. This pair of bookends features half of the Imperial and Rebel logos. Together these two iconic symbols will keep your books neat and organized. It is made […]

Fair Laddies: 1942

Spring 1942. "El Centro, California (vicinity). Young people at the Imperial County Fair." Photo by Russell Lee for the Office of War Information. View full size.

John Boyega Stars in Official Trailer for Indie Drama 'Imperial Dreams'

"When you're born in prison, you don't know what to do with the freedom." Netflix has debuted a trailer for the indie drama Imperial Dreams, starring John Boyega, better known as Finn from Star Wars. Before he went on to make The Force...Show More Summary

Tap Dancing Stormtrooper Toy

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

Darth Vader leads his minions in a little soft-shoe to the tune of the Imperial March. This toy from Japan is called the Star Wars Space Opera “Pop’n Step” Toys. At the touch of a button, you can put the stresses of the real world aside and watch the villains from a galaxy far, far away dance while you laugh. Show More Summary

Coming Distractions: John Boyega goes from Star Wars to the streets of L.A. in the Imperial Dreams trailer

John Boyega filmed his new Netflix movie Imperial Dreams long before his star-making turn as reluctant stormtrooper Finn in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But though Malik Vitthal‘s gritty inner city drama won an Audience Award for its world premiere at Sundance in 2014, it’s taken the film a few years to make it onto screens. Show More Summary

These Star Wars Space Opera Pop’n Step Toys Tap Dance to Music [Video]

These are quite possibly the most ridiculously entertaining Star Wars toys I’ve ever seen. I mean, Darth Vader and his Stormtroopers tap dancing to the Imperial March? How can you go wrong with that? Other characters are also available:...Show More Summary

Imperial Dreams’ Trailer: No, John Boyega’s Indie Drama Is Not About the Galactic Empire

In between his breakout turn in Attack the Block and his even bigger breakout turn in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, John Boyega racked up a number of smaller, more low-profile projects. One of those was Imperial Dreams, which debuted at Sundance all the way back in 2014. Show More Summary

John Boyega Stars in Netflix Original Film ‘Imperial Dreams’

John Boyega is somewhat of a household name now thanks in large part to his role in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and now in following up the actor will be starring in a new Netflix original film. Dubbed Imperial Dreams, the film centers on Boyega as a former convict who is released from prison. Things take […]

Haunting Black-and-White Photos Reveal a Brutal War Crime's Aftermath

'The Portraits of 108' is Jinhyun Cha's harrowing photographic series of surviving Korean “comfort women,” sexual slaves to the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II.

David Duke Celebrates Trump's Inauguration

The former Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan tweeted "we did it" during Donald Trump's inauguration. David Duke, who served one term as the Louisiana State Representative, also "hailed" Trump and praised him for "declaring war" on the "Jewish establishment". Show More Summary

Rogue One Music Syncs Up Perfectly With Star Wars' 'Imperial March'

One of the coolest and most controversial things about the latest Star Wars movie is how it incorporates the series' past. Now it's been discovered that, aside from folding in characters and digital recreations of actors from the original trilogy, Rogue One secretly has a musical homage to those movies, too. More »      

Great Job, Internet!: Even Rogue One’s soundtrack contained weird allusions to other Star Wars movies

Star Wars’ “Imperial March” is one of the most recognizable pieces of music in cinema, at this point a shorthand for anything ominous and evil. Your dad has probably prefaced the arrival of a visiting in-law with it, to no one’s delight. Show More Summary

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