New concept art has been leaked, showing Han Solo’s possible fashion in Star Wars Episode VII. Wow, that duster — it looks so much like Mal from Firefly, don’t you think?
In this second outfit, Han looks dressed for the cold. Are they going back to Hoth? Only time will tell….
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Here’s an unusual bachelor party… Star Wars style! The groom-to-be is wearing a Darth Vader mask, and all his friends are stormtroopers. What great friends. Hope the wedding goes well, congrats to the groom!
Here’s a first look at what is likely the stormtrooper design for Star Wars Episode VII. Hmm, what do you think? It’s definitely a sleeker, modernized design. Pretty cool!
The story was scooped by Indie Revolver (warning: page auto-plays Star Wars music).
The sequel Stormtrooper helmet feels like a natural continuation from the original, but there are distinct differences. The helmet is not symmetrical – there’s only one breather/vent on the bottom near the mouth, on his left side. The black “mouth” area under the white nose plate appears to be a cloth/mesh (which you can better see in the detail shot below). The eye lenses are still separate, but set into a black frame to connect them and give the illusion of one single piece.
[via Indie Revolver]
In honor of Shark Week, TexasGirly1979 is back with another video of her famous Roomba-riding shark kitty. This time, they perform an alternate version of the Harlem Shake with fun costumes. Brilliant! What a happy household (and the floor is very clean).
This gentleman really wants to get married… to a Disney princess. Why settle for anything less?
Blaine Gibson went to Disney World and tracked down every princess he could find. He bent his knee and properly proposed to them all. Ha, that’s too funny. I hope one of them says yes.
View a few more photos of his romantic quest on Fashionably Geek. Good luck, Sir!
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Otakon 2014 just wrapped up in Baltimore, and MLZ Studios was on the scene. They just released another fabulous cosplay music video, showcasing all the great costumes.
Wow, Yaya Han looks so amazing. Great job, Everyone!
Here’s a fun look back at Marvel superhero movies. It’s hard to believe that Iron Man first appeared nearly 7 years ago. This clip was first shown at the recent Comic Con in San Diego.
[via Marvel Entertainment]
It’s that time of year again. Don’t go into the water, it’s Shark Week! It’s a special time, when we kick cute baby seals to the curb and cheer for the sharks instead. I hope you all have your shark costumes ready.
[via Aztec Inflatables]