Paris, France-based artist Nicolas Amiard used his photo manipulation skills to envision Star Wars spacecraft crashed into cities around the world. From the wreckage of an Imperial Star Destroyer looming over the Parisian cityscape to...Show More Summary
The rise and fall of great powers and their imperial domains has been a central fact of history for centuries...
Who doesn't want to take on Darth Vader's Imperial forces, carefully toppling a massive AT-AT walker as Storm Troopers scatter for their lives across the snow-covered hills of Hoth? Perhaps you're more of a Darth yourself, and the hippie...Show More Summary
This Star Wars Snowtrooper ArtFX+ Statue 2-Pack will be the beginning of your Snowtrooper army. From Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back comes these 2 elite Imperial troopers known as Snowtroopers! They are deployed in cold climates to do the Empire’s bidding. The Star Wars Snowtrooper ArtFX+ Statue 2-Pack includes multiple arm parts for display […]
In the summer of 1971, I spent some time in London on my way to Lebanon where I was to begin my dissertation research. I had left the United States consumed with our long war in Vietnam. Out of my American bubble, I was soon to discover...Show More Summary
JURASSIC BIKER by ALIENBIKER23 Even though that war in the stars between Imperial and Rebel forces took place a long, long time ago you rarely see that ancient setting addressed in the movies. It's all clone troopers, droids and starships,...Show More Summary
You can’t swing a dead womprat on a Star Destroyer without hitting a terminated Imperial officer, Force-choked to death by Darth Vader for some failure or another. But who deserved their termination the most? These dozen would-be heroes of the Empire, that’s who. Read more...
On 22 June, 1965, South Korea and Japan signed their Treaty on Basic Relations, the fundament for the current relationship. With this week's 50th anniversary and next month's 70th anniversary of Imperial Japan's defeat in World War II, all eyes are on Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Show More Summary
On a hillside overlooking a field where students play volleyball, an inconspicuous entrance leads down a slope—and seemingly back in time—to Japan's secret Imperial Navy headquarters in the final months of World War II. Here, Japan's navy leaders made plans for the fiercest battles from late 1944 to...
Unit 731 was a covert biological and chemical warfare research and development wing of the Imperial Japanese Army that undertook lethal human experimentation during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945) and World War II. Commanded...Show More Summary
Paris Paris, France-based artist Nicolas Amiard of the BETC ad agency has digitally inserted images of wrecked Star Wars spaceships into actual photos of major cities around the world. A destroyed Imperial Star Destroyer ends its journey in Paris, the legendary Millennium Falcon gets stuck in New York City, and more. Amiard’s entire series of […]
The Imperial insurance adjustor's not going to like this! French artist Nicolas Amiard has created a set of composite photographs depicting what would happen if starships from the Star Wars universe crash landed on planet Earth. As he...Show More Summary
For a limited time, RobbReport.com readers are offered the exclusive opportunity to own a rare piece of World War II history—an immaculately restored set of giant Imperial Japanese Navy Nighttime Combat Binoculars available from theShow More Summary
“The redesigned atrium of South London’s Imperial War Museum tells the story of 20th Century war through objects such as guns, vehicles and clothing. Permanent World War One galleries have opened as a reminder of the conflict’s size and devastation, including interactive displays on life in the trenches. The museum employs advisers on how to […]
"Star Wars Rebels" returns to Disney XD for Season 2, with a special one-hour premiere, with the Rebels returning to Lothal to save a defecting Imperial officer, only to draw the attention of the Empire’s most dreaded agent - Darth Vader in "The Siege of Lothal".
That opening image from the trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, of an Imperial Destroyer crashed on a planet that is definitely not Tattooine, was probably a more appealing shot than anything from all three of the prequels combined. Show More Summary
This Star Wars AT-AT Driver ArtFX+ Statue is awesome. He was one of my favorite Star wars figures as a kid, so I have to get this one. AT-AT drivers are pilots that operate the Imperial Army’s AT-AT walkers. They were first seen on Hoth in Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back. […]
Walkers Dead by Victorsbeard Empire officials assumed the zombie plague sweeping through the galaxy wouldn't have any effect on droids or other mechanical beings, much less the Imperial machines used to wage war across the stars, but they were dead wrong. Show More Summary
It is hard to know what Jeb Bush’s Middle East policy would be from his wibbly-wobbly pronouncements, but that it would be imperial and aggressive can be deduced from his foreign policy advisory team.
We saw a bit of Star Wars Battlefront's competitive multiplayer earlier today, but at Sony's press conference tonight, Patrick Bach of DICE showed off its cooperative survival mode. A small team of rebels fight off the Imperial forces...Show More Summary