New Darth Vader Jewelry Collection and Holiday Clothes From Her Universe

With the holidays fast approaching, it should come as no surprise that geek chic clothing lines, like Her Universe, are bringing the holiday cheer into your wardrobe. Most clothing retailers have the latest “ugly Christmas sweaters” geared towards male customers, but fangirls can always rely on Her Universe for fresh designs and geek chic options to wear during the winter. From adorable knit pattern dresses to a fabulous cardigan, no matter what fandom you fall into, Her Universe has got you covered.

The fitted Star Wars Symbol Pattern Cardigan allows fangirls to display both their light and dark sides. You can find a matching Star Wars Symbol Infinity Scarf over at ThinkGeek. The Darth Vader Knit Pattern Dress is stretchy, yet fitted to the body, and the perfect item to wear at a holiday party. To dress it down and flaunt your fandom, the latest long sleeve Star Wars Logo Tee shines brightly with its starry font outlined in turquoise foil.

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“Where there is light, there is dark. No matter your mood, we have an affordable luxury jewelry collection to match YOU or the Star Wars fan in your life.”

Accessories are a significant component and an exemplary way to upgrade any wardrobe. Nobody knows this better than Her Universe, who recently joined forces with The Sparkle Factory to bring fangirls a brand new jewelry collection.

Made of black hematite, the Darth Vader Jewelry Collection brings out the Dark Side and provides fangirls with the opportunity to show their allegiance to the Empire. Affordable and luxurious, the collection is described to be nickel free and hypoallergenic.

Whether you’re looking to buy a present for yourself this season or you’re searching for the perfect gift to give to the fangirl(s) in your life, Her Universe has quality and fashionable items. Stay tuned to see if there are any surprise sales coming up during Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend.

Two Reasons to Buy The Lost Missions Blu-Ray (Plus Giveaway)

Note: To win your very own copy of Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Lost Missions simply follow @StarWarsReport and tweet us who your favorite Clone Wars character is and why! Contest ends 11/13/2014 at midnight (tonight)!

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Ok, I may have already given away in my thoughts on the Lost Missions in the headline of this article, but seriously, you need to go out and buy the Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Lost Missions [Blu-ray] through our Amazon link today!

  1. The quality of the visual effects in simply astounding. The Clone Wars Team truly achieved film quality effects on the small screen. Weather it’s Yoda’s visit to the erie planet of Moraband, or the incredible “Evil Yoda” sequence, you see a dedication to cinematic storytelling unlike anything before.

  2. The exclusive “Clone Wars Declassified” documentary that comes with the set is incredibly insightful. It gives an inside look into the final chapter of the creative process for the Clone Wars team. “Clone Wars Declassified” give us a glimpse of just how tight-knit the team at Lucasfilm was as well as how involved George Lucas was in the creative process. It becomes obvious just how much Lucas passed on to Filoni as a filmaker.

I give The Lost Missions 5/5 glasses of blue milk! More info after the jump!

-Riley

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Rhode Island Comic Con

2014 Rhode Island Comic Con
by Joseph Tavano

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The last time I attended a comic book convention was 1993. It was in the large conference room of a Marriott on the outskirts of town, and there were roughly 20 vendors from all over New England selling hard-to-find action figures, bootleg concert cassettes, VHS tapes of first generation Star Trek episodes, and long-boxes of comics as far as the eye could see. This monthly slice of heaven was free to all who could find it and pretty much the greatest thing my 13 year-old eyes ever gazed upon. My Dad would drive my friend and me to the “comic con” and set me loose among the stacks and tables to burn through the $20 I earned washing refrigerated trucks from his friend’s Italian sausage business.

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Rebels Review: Breaking Ranks

Mitchell SteinHey guys! Sorry for the delay in this week’s article. Things got really busy in my personal life, but now that those things are out of the way for the most part, I’m back reviewing last week’s episode, Breaking Ranks.

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