Star Wars Products For One And All..

Hey kids! Your old pal IseeRobots here with more magazine scans. I know how much you kiddies love the Star Wars. I mean, I do too but probably not as much as some of you other guys. I’m more of a Star Trek guy but hey, us nerds got to stick together. It does no good to infight when we’re all in one big nerdy gang right?

Anyhow, this is some pretty tight stuff if you ask me.. That Han Solo edition blaster is neat as is that Tie Fighter model kit. It’s for the 12 inch figures so it must have been HYOOGE! And those vans. Nothing screams 70’s cool like a custom van. I know they are models not real custom van kits but still, Star Wars Custom Van! That phrase is so cool that it deserves to be capitalized..

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Imagine how dope it’d be if you could do up a R2D2 van like the one in the ad in real life. I guess what you might want to do is get one of those Pepsi Coolers from a few years back and glue the head to the top of your ride. It would probably fall off but for the time that it was there it’d be great..

Anyway, thanks for checking in and you guys have a great day and remember to be careful out there.

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2 thoughts on “Star Wars Products For One And All..

  1. Atari Adventure Square says:

    Seeing these Star Wars merch ads reminds me I wasn’t much for crossover material, like R2s on cars and vans and such. But I always went nuts for replicas of actual props.

    Maybe that’s why I’m also more of a Trekkie than a…uh…Warsie?
    Truly get more out of posters and stills from the series and movies and that sense of space adventure is closer to me cuz I can be one of the exploration crew rather than pretend to be a space-opera character.

    But I digress, seeing Han’s blaster in that ad takes me back to when I had a plastic gun roughly shaped like a Luger – which I then clipped on a visor from something else and then could run around pretending to be Han.

    yeah, yeah I hear you…but Han is *not* a character. He’s *real*.
    How else could the Millenium Falcon fly off the ground?

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