Check out the new Star Wars Rebels short after the jump. Now that’s what I call a diversion! In “Art Attack,” a special Star Wars Rebels short, Sabine sneaks into an Imperial compound, looking to create a diversion for her friends aboard the Ghost. Spotted by stormtroopers, she proves too quick to be captured – […]
by Freddie deBoer Though the left is often seen as home to only pacifists and those who see the hand of imperialism in all proposed military action, there is also a healthy strain of messianic militarism on our side. I regularly engage with lefties who believe we should be “doing something” for the people of […]
Graffiti tagger Sabine sneaks into an Imperial compound to leave the 'Rebel' mark in a second short from Disney XD's 'Star Wars Rebels'. [...]
GenCon is like the Comic-Con or E3 of the board gaming world. 50,000 gamers travel to Indianapolis, Indiana to attend the largest gathering of tabletop gamers in the United States. New games are released by popular designers and the major publishers hold presentations to announce new games, many of which no one was expecting. Show More Summary
IndieRevolver has published pictures of redesigned Imperial stormtrooper helmets that it claims will be used in the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII. If the images are legitimate, then it begs a question of Episode VII's closely-guarded...Show More Summary
Website Indie Revolver has shots of what may be a version of Imperial stormtrooper we'll be seeing in Episode VII. And the photos are very convincing. Read more...
The Imperial Forces will be getting a new look in J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII, according to images posted by Indie Revolver. According to the site, what we're looking at are the new Stormtrooper and Snowtrooper helmets from the December 18, 2015 release. What do you think of the designs?
By Kiyoshi Takenaka TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokuro Inokuma, a former Imperial Japanese Army soldier, got his first taste of the horrors of war in 1945 when he scrambled to gather up the scattered limbs of his fellow servicemen, blown apart by a U.S. Show More Summary
Gangut was both the lead ship of the Gangut-class dreadnoughts of the Imperial Russian Navy built before World War I and the last of her class to be completed. The battleship was named after the Russian victory over the Swedish Navy in the Battle of Gangut in 1714. It was completed during the winter of 1914–15, but was not ready for combat until mid-1915. See more »
LEGO's 1300+ piece replica of the iconic ship of the Empire is totally awesome.
Members of the 1st Australian Imperial Force at a camp in Australia around 1916. Photo from State Library of South Australia/the Open University For the 100th anniversary of the “war to end all wars,” a team at the Open University in...Show More Summary
Ezra (Taylor Gray) was just going about his ordinary day on Lothal—stealing exotic fruits, messing with Imperial minions—but then he had
Tonight Disney xD premiered seven minutes of the pilot of Star Wars Rebels, and if you missed the broadcast, you can watch the scenes here. The footage takes place on Lothal as the Empire arrives on the planet. As Imperial officers and...Show More Summary
The Apollo magazine podcast, produced in association with The Spectator’s Culture House, takes a monthly look at international art and museum news. In the July/August edition, Thomas Marks is joined by Diane… Continue reading The post The Apollo Podcast July/August: The Imperial War Museum Reopens appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Lakeland Arts is part of the First World War Centenary Partnership, led by IWM (Imperial War Museums). The Partnership is delivering a global programme of events and activities inspiring young and old to connect with the lives, stories and impact of the First World War. Show More Summary
The posters pictured here were distributed by the Star Wars Rebels group at Comic Con San Diego with the following note: "It is by Imperial Decree that you are requested to proudly display these posters on behalf of your Empire. As loyal residents of one of the Empire's most vital stations on the Outer Rim, your compliance is appreciated. Show More Summary
Everything you've wanted to know about the First World War and more.
Earlier today, London's Imperial War Museum unveiled a Norman Foster-designed atrium to commemorate the first Wold War. Strung up with slightly scary vintage jets and lined in observation balconies, the impressive new space is apparently just the beginning of a...
The Serbian Response to the Austro-Hungarian Ultimatum: >The Royal Government has received the communication of the Imperial and Royal Government of the 23rd inst. and is convinced that its reply will dissipate any misunderstanding which...Show More Summary
The security around Star Wars Episode VII has been pretty darn tight! We're talking tractor beams and Imperial Star Destroyers! Sure, the occasional plot rumor will get out, but for the most part the details have been kept pretty secret. Even the cast has been hiding out! Well, until today! Comic book aficionado Mark Hamill just couldn't resist [...]