Let’s get down to business to defeat the Sith.

This is so damn good, it makes my soul hurt. Anytime you can mash-up Yoda and the music of Disney‘s Mulan, you know you got a winner. I would pay to watch this in IMAX.

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I guess being small and green isn’t an easy life. Maybe that is the bond between ‘Muppets’ Kermit the Frog and Jedi master Yoda of ‘Star Wars’. Beautifully illustrated by Peter de Sèves, we find an unlikely pairing between the two green icons of pop culture and cinema. The weirdest part of this illustration has to be the uncanny resemblance between the two to each other. Perhaps, long lost Father and son? LMAO


Gawd damn I love October and Halloween! It was a matter of time before Star Wars jack-o-lantern pictures were going to start flooding on the web. An arts and crafts store in Roseville, Minnesota had on display a life size statue of Darth Vader and Jedi Master Yoda made of carved and painted pumpkins. Other than the perverse way that Lord Vader is holding his lightsaber and that fact that it looks like someone punched him right in the face, my hat helmet off to the artist. It was a good try.

Source: gizmodo

19 August 2009 Eric Kwun | Posted in: Fans Strike Back


Over the last 2 seasons, The Los Angeles Dodgers have been putting billboards around the city for thier “This is My Town” marketing campaign featuring Los Angeles resident celebritries such as Kim Kardashian (reality TV star), Tara Lipinski (American figure skating gold medalist), Rob Dyrdek (professional skateboarder/reality TV star), and many others. The latest “celebrity” to get the “This is My Town” treatment is Jedi Master Yoda from Star Wars. Along with the statement, “My Town, This Is”, Yoda is shown battle ready with his signature green lightsaber ready to cut down any Sith Lord (or in this case, division rivals).

I love both Star Wars and the Dodgers, but I have to ask… shouldn’t Yoda have a blue lightsaber to represent “Dodger Blue”? Regardless, the Dodgers are leading in the West so the billboards must be helping. Go DODGERS!