For diehard Star Wars fans with deep pockets, there’s this: a solid gold Darth Vader helmet.
Even the phone in your pocket is capable of playing cutting-edge games, so why would you go back to Simon, that simple four-button electronic memory game that was popular back in the ‘80s? Because there’s a new Vader-shaped Star Wars version that plays the Imperial March, that’s why.
It’s time for the Dark Lord of the Sith’s kill-crazy robots to get their own comics or TV show. Something, anything. They’re just too damn great.
Apologies to Obi-Wan Kenobi, who famously uttered the phrase in the first Star Wars film, but becoming a translucent blue bit of heroic motivation has nothing on what Vader does to the rebel forces in this modded Fallout battle.
Darth Vader was a student once. He learned at the feet of masters on both the light and dark sides of the Force. But don’t go begging the Dark Lord of the Sith to be an instructor. He’ll smack you down with the quickness.
Yesterday we mistakingly declared that a bouquet of tiny dinosaurs was the best Valentine’s Day gift—we were wrong. If you really want someone to know you love them, or you’re sorry, or you’re trying to rule the galaxy, it’s better said with a bouquet of assorted Star Wars characters.
This is the Darth Vader we all know. But the character might not have been the same if famous Japanese actor Toshiro Mifune had taken the role.
Lucasfilm and Disney have approved the ultimate loyalty test for Star Wars fans. Aqua, better known for its obscenely over-priced R2-D2 mini fridge, now also has a Vader fridge that’s a perfect life-size replica of Darth’s helmet. That’s the good news. The bad news? It can only chill a single can.
Here’s Darth Vader, single-handedly destroying a Rebel Snow Speeder by throwing his lightsaber into the air. Damn!
He’s chillin’ in some winter ruins, havin’ a good time.
The first trailer for The Force Awakens announced to the world there was a brand new Star Wars villain. We then learned his name: Kylo Ren, owner of the ominous, hilted red lightsaber. A second trailer followed, and immediately we were greeted by the face of Darth Vader. The obvious question was, “Why?”
Now this is cool—in honor of Star Wars Battlefront, Darth Vader is getting his very own PlayStation 4, which is a pretty decent reward for that whole redemption thing.
Yesterday’s Star Wars comic dropped a big bombshell, introducing a character that changes everything we know about the galaxy’s most notorious smuggler. But, along with the newest issue of Darth Vader, it showed the exact moment when the Dark Lord of the Sith learned who Obi-Wan Kenobi’s last padawan was. Yeah, the…
By the time that Star Wars happens, the Jedi are practically extinct throughout all the galaxy. But in the latest issue of the Darth Vader comic, the Dark Lord of the Sith faces up against people wielding lightsabers. Not his son. Something far more sinister.
“Luke, I am your father and for the love of god stay in your lane.”
The new Star Wars series starring the Dark Lord of the Sith is finding a lot of success in one small conceit: Darth Vader is a lot deeper than anyone thinks.
All you people who cried foul at the end of that brawl where Darth Vader and Batman threw down on the Death Star, this one's for you.
In the first three Star Wars movies, Darth Vader was a fearsome, enigmatic archvillain. The next three Star Wars movies attempted to show Anakin Skywalker as an emotionally turbulent figure of tragedy. The new Darth Vader comic gives readers both of those interpretations and more, enjoyably complicating a villain who…
But not more menacing. That would be just silly. Still, alternate universe Darth Vader makes a good effort.