Ever wonder about Star Wars technology?  Do you enjoy cross-section books?  Well, today on Far, Far Awayz we have a special treat.  For today, and today only, you can find the Incredible Star Wars Cross-sections of ships from the prequel trilogy!


Star Wars in the Arts

April 5, 2011


Sometimes it’s good to appreciate the finer things in life.  Star Wars fans do it all the time.  Have a look!

Just ignore the titles; the puns are free.



Why Should We Care?

March 26, 2011

In case you’ve ever wondered what kind of impact Star Wars has had on media since its original development, Daily Infograph made a chart about it.  Take a look!

Click on the image to visit Daily Infograph and see a larger version of the chart.

Cave Paintings

March 26, 2011

Originally, I was going to post some of that famous concept art using this title, but then it struck me: are there Star Wars cave paintings out there?  I mean, the Mayans predicted the end of the world centuries ago; what if someone also realized that milleniums later there would be a film franchise unrivaled in magnitude and influence?  Maybe some wizard prior to the Stone Age.  Maybe a fanboy accidentally thrown back in time.  Either way, apparently archeologists DID recently uncover a number of cave paintings that bare striking resemblance to certain characters from certain science fiction films.  I’ll let you be the judge.

Alright, so this first one looks more like some kid drawing on his wallpaper.

Some of these things don’t even look like Star Wars characters, i.e. the random calf being elevated by Darth Vader

And what about the dude just above the pointer finer who looks like he’s hugging a kangaroo?

No, here are the real cave paintings:

You know?  It’s possible that, since the adventures of Star Wars occurred long, long ago, a Jedi, or someone familiar with Star Wars lore and from that universe, became stranded on earth millions of years before modern civilization.  Maybe said person or people even helped start humankind.  And maybe Lucas then found their history logs buried in some woods near his college!