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 [...]
The Star Wars Here Goes Nothing Poster captures one of the coolest moments in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, which also happens to be the moment when moviegoers realized the Imperial engineers might not be the brightest lightsabers in the universe. In Star Wars, the Death Star had one major flaw – a trench […]
Disney’s upcoming Star Wars animated series follows the adventures of the crew of the starship Ghost as they journey through a galaxy far, far away and take on evil Imperial forces. Headed to Disney XD this October.
Mixed views on the revamp.
That’s no moon. It’s a rug. The Star Wars Death Star Rug will turn your room into a scary Imperial fortress and others who enter may be scared of being zapped into oblivion like the planet Alderan. This flat version of the Death Star is perfect for your Star Wars-themed room. It is the ultimate […]
Prince William pays a visit to the newly refurbished Imperial War Museum on Thursday afternoon (July 17) in London, England. The 32-year-old Duke of Cambridge recently chatted with attendees of a recent event about his son Prince George and how he is growing up so fast. “I think George will be running faster than me [...]
Credits: Oli Scarff/Getty Images Alt Text: The World War I exhibit at the Imperial War Museum 'Fascinating and frequently heartbreaking' exhibits make up for more 'adult' transformation First Reaction Thursday, July 17, 2014 - 1:45pm The...Show More Summary
To mark the start of the Centenary of the First World War, IWM London is opening new, permanent First World War Galleries. Visitors can discover the story of the war through the eyes of people in Britain and its empire, both on the home front and the fighting fronts. Show More Summary
Tweet Alex Yarde shares info on a new Imperial enforcer in Disney XDs upcoming Star Wars: Rebels Here’s the official release: Agent Kallus, one of the Empire’s leading enforcers in the upcoming Star Wars Rebels animated series, is a major threat for the Ghost crew’s small band of heroes. Show More Summary
Smart, efficient, ruthless and a badass: That pretty much sums up Agent Kallus, the new Star Wars: Rebels villain voiced by David Oyelowo. He's called "the perfect Imperial poster boy" because he represents everything the Empire thinks of itself — which makes him an extremely dangerous foe to the Rebels. Read more...
Meet Agent Kallus: Imperial Enforcer and constant thorn in the side of the crew of the Ghost. Voiced by David Oyelowo, Kallus is one of the Empire’s Imperial Security Bureau (ISB) agent. If you were to think a cross between Military Police and KGB, you wouldn’t be far off. Check out the new video introducing […]
Agent Kallus, one of the Empire's leading enforcers in the upcoming "Star Wars Rebels" animated series
The Star Wars vs Star Trek nerdbate is as old as the Universe itself and it’s been way too long since the last time we had it. Here’s an old video of a classic battle between Imperial Forces and the Enterprise over the skies of San Francisco to start the fire. More »
Ad agency Johnny Fearless and Aardman Animations have produced a poignant short to promote the re-opening of London's Imperial War Museum and the launch of its new First World War Galleries on July 19.
Chris McDaniel continues trying to reverse his loss to Thad Cochran in Mississippi, an effort Dana Milbank compares to a Japanese soldier's refusal to surrender for 29 years after the end of World War II: Imperial Japan taught its soldiers that death was preferable to surrender. Show More Summary
THE Imperial War Museum (IWM) was founded in 1917 to ensure that the experiences of those involved in the first world war would not be forgotten. On July 19th the museum’s London branch will reopen following a substantial refurbishment to mark the centenary of the start of the conflict that led to its creation. Show More Summary