Image of the day: The snarkiest Star Wars T-shirt we've ever seen
As we all know, the Star Wars prequel trilogy was intensely disliked by many fans, who immediately became former fans or just plain embittered fans. They're in good company. It turns out that Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back producer Gary Kurtz officially dislikes it, too.
Part of the horrific appeal of the whole zombie thing is that it can happen to anyone. Your wife, your kids, your grandma, even that guy you buy coffee from, they can all shift from friendly humans to rotting, flesh-hungry undead in a matter of minutes, and suddenly it's shotgun time. (Aim for the head, kids.) So it's no surprise that the whole "no one is safe" thing has spread to the realm of fictional characters.
As this adorable clip shows, while dealing with a rather inquisitive baby, R2-D2 does a pretty fine job of proving why C-3PO is the master of human-cyborg relations.
Image of the Day: Star Wars spud says, 'It's a trap!'
Attention Star Wars fans: if you've ever stood in front of a mirror with a stick and made vroom-vroom lightsaber noises, here's your chance to do it again. Only this time, it's not a guilty pleasure. It's for a chance to appear in Star Wars: The Clone Wars ... in animated form.
Anyone who calls themselves a Star Wars fan knows that the teddy-bearish creatures George Lucas featured in Return of the Jedi are a divisive lot. In last night's episode of How I Met Your Mother, Neil Patrick Harris' Barney Stinson explained precisely why with laser-like precision.
Image of the Day: How Yoda made an angry waitress sue Hooters
What do you get when you cross Star Wars with, well, just about anything? You get an awesome mashup. And when you mashup Star Wars with other movies and television shows, you get these hilarious mashup posters.
If the one thing you wished George Lucas would've changed for the Star Wars Blu-rays was eliminating the persnickety whinyness of the gold-plated protocol droid, then this fan-made video is right up your alley.