Take a little autumn break from football, raking leaves, or napping in order to enjoy a little Star Wars randomness...
So did a Star Destroyer do a fly by the International Space Station? News.Gather.com seems to think so!
Star Wars meets the ever-uplifting Breaking Bad in this rather interesting gallery at io9.com.
A couple weeks ago, 40 stormtroopers and Darth Vader marched on the Orange County Regional History Center's annual Galactic Encounter Day. Check out a video and write-up at OrlandoSentinel.com.
TechnaBob.com showcases the mini Star Wars terrariums created by Tony Larson.
For a huge number of gamers, the big release last week was Borderlands 2. TheBitBag.com notes that some Star Wars desert skiff style DLC might be on the way in the not-too-distant future.
And in more Borderlands 2/Star Wars news, it seems as though an Olly Moss poster for The Empire Strikes Back was used as inspriation for a new promo poster for the game. Get the details at IGN.
Utah's Deseret News has a feature on the local winners of the Star Wars-themed finale of Cupcake Wars, Janell Brown and Kristen Cold.
CNET.com displays the adorable, and official, AT-AT dog Halloween costume.
Looking to have a Star Wars themed party sometime soon? Then you might want to check out the Star Wars Party Pinata that's featured over at BitRebels.com.
Guns.com provides insight at to "How the Mauser C96 inspired the 'Star Wars' DL-44 Blastech Blaster pistol."
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter about his new star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Walter Koenig (Chekov on the original Star Trek series) notes that Star Wars helped save Trek from fading away...
"When finally ran out of air on in 1969, we concluded that it was the end of Star Trek. But when George Lucas saw the effect we had on the public, he was inspired to create Star Wars, and that in turn brought the people of Paramount around to saying, what do we have to make a feature and perhaps a franchise out of? And then they remembered they had Star Trek. So one thing feeds off another."