Has anyone else lost track of the Roman numerals being used to number the Star Wars is Everywhere series? Seriously, they work well for a trilogy or two but I really should have thought that one out. Enough rambling! Let's get on with it...
Neatorama.com reports that the 1979 Dodge Ram van pictured above is being sold on eBay and I want it! Click on the image for the full view.
It's been a little while so we're due for a story detailing how Star Wars holographic technology is just around the corner. The latest report from Neowin.net showcases the work of Microsoft research and their Vermeer Interactive Display.
We love Star Wars and we love lightsabers. Therefore, we love lists with video which highlight the best lightsaber fights. UGO.com has such a list that you can view here. (Thanks Gregg!)
HeroChan.com highlights the Clone Trooper/Marvel superhero mashups of Jon Bolerjack and JJ Kirby.
Our friend Jay West takes a look back to the Kenner Star Wars Early Bird Certificate Package of 1977 in a new blog post over at the LA Times Hero Complex.
We offer a hearty congratulations to our friends at the Polish fan site Bastion Polskich Fanów Star Wars who are celebrating their 10th anniversary of celebrating Star Wars on a daily basis.
If you're planning on vacationing on Tatooine next summer, Geeks of Doom displays for you just how commercialized the planet has become. (Thanks Som!)
Steve Hamann created a fun fan-comic featuring Star Wars action figures which you can check out over at his blog.
And finally, Star Tours celebrated it's 25th birthday this week and our friends at EndorExpress have posts with thoughts from both Anthony Daniels and Tom Fitzgerald on the milestone. Happy birthday Star Tours!