The Interwebz is a great place for nerdy art and the like. A lot of the time it’s fuckin’ weird shit like ATAT on ATAT humping, Fisto from Masters of the universe actually fisting and other crazy shit like that. But there are a lot of awesome things that we see on a daily basis, and we’re lazy nerd bastards so we just round them all up once a week for your nerdgasm art lovin’.
Above: Fighting the Empire is tough. The rebels you need some sex appeal to reel in the new batch of heroes. With Princess Leia methods of persuasion, thes new recruits will always be filling the X-wings.
Be sure to check out the full gallery of Star Was propaganda art by Ant Lucia.
I have spent the majority of my adult life wondering how Han Solo always knew what Chewie was saying. Shyriiwook (that’s the official name of the Wookiee language) always seemed to just be a collection of growls, moans and the odd yell, not unlike my wife, [zing!]. To clear the air, How To Speak Wookie is here. Written by Wu Kee Smith, who has helpfully put out ten key phrases, as well as the proper way to pronounce all of them. This also features a soundboard so that readers can hear how to correctly pronounce what they’re learning! Tell me you don’t want this.
With intergalactic travel easier than ever, Wookiees can now be found on nearly every planet in the galaxy and on starships everywhere in between. This helpful guide teaches citizens of the galaxy key phrases in the Wookiee language, eliminating near-fatal encounters with notoriously short-tempered Wookiees while smoothing the way to lasting partnerships and friendships. The handy sound module—recorded by Chewbacca himself!—demonstrates proper pronunciation of ten key phrases.
“I did it all for the Wookie!” Yeah!! A Wookie pelt for the masses! This is what happens when a bounty hunter finds and skins the infamous smuggler Chewbacca. I will admit that Adidas and Star Wars go together like gravy on top of a sundae. But come on, who really cares when it comes to ANYTHING Star Wars and getting the word out to the masses that even the jocks at Adidas Brand love the Holy Trilogy and the Unholy Triumvirate (1 thru 3). Which is to say that Star Wars can’t be discriminated against in the world of film or sports. Who would have ever guessed?