Posts Tagged ‘Holidays’

Chewie Halloween Costumes Through the Ages

Bonnie Burton | October 31, 2007

Here’s a collection of Chewbacca Halloween costumes that are either recent, homemade or downright retro! HAPPY HALLOWEEN Wookiee-style!


More Star Wars Pumpkins

Bonnie Burton | October 30, 2007

For more inspiration for your Sith O’ Lanterns, check out these great Cinematic Pumpkin Carvings on /film! Not only do they feature some of the most intricate Star Wars pumpkins we’ve seen in awhile (we especially enjoyed the Darth Pumpkin), but also carving homages to such films as Batman, Monsters Inc., Nightmare Before Christmas, Shaun of the Dead and many more.

SOURCES: /film, Club Jade

Show Off Your Geeky Jack-o’-Lanterns

Bonnie Burton | October 29, 2007

(photo from

Wired magazine wants to see your geekiest Jack O’ Lantern this Halloween! So if you have a tribute to the Death Star, or Yoda, or heck even Gonk — then submit it for their gallery here:
Show Us Your Geeky Jack-o’-Lanterns

If you need more ideas for how to make your own Star Wars-themed Jack O’ Lantern, check out the patterns here: Spooky Sith-O-Lanterns

Dalek Halloween Pumpkin

Bonnie Burton | October 19, 2007

For you Dr. Who fans out there, celebrate the spooky season with this tutorial on how to make a robotic Dalek Halloween pumpkin!

And be sure to check out how to make cool Sith-o-Lanterns on here:
Spooky Sith-O-Lanterns

SOURCE: Craft Magazine

Vader Wants Your Brains: Star Wars Zombies

Pablo Hidalgo | October 13, 2007

Despite their cadaverous pallor, zombies are hotter then ever. Marvel zombified their heroes and villains with the smash hit Marvel Zombies series, and now Star Wars gets the undead treatment thanks to sculptor Michael Barrera’s awesome work that can be seen at his website,


The latest issue of Toyfare (Dec 2007, #124) — now on newsstands — has Barrera’s step-by-step instructions on how to turn a slave Leia into a zombie as part of their Customizing 101 column.

Also in this issue for Star Wars fans: an interview with Ralph McQuarrie about the concept artist action figure currently available from Hasbro, a spotlight on the Kotobukiya ArtFX statues, and the Hasbro / Dark Horse Star Wars Comic 2-Packs.