There are tons of Star Wars products out there. Some are cool (like the LEGO sets) and some are less cool (like the lightsaber lamp). Well a long time ago (1999) in a galaxy far away (fine, the Milky Way) Pepsi and Luscasarts brainstormed a bunch of Star Wars promotional products. And these, my friends, are the rejects. There's everything here from the Han Solo carbonite fridge to a Death Star grill to an AT-AT Walker chair caddy. Check out the jump to see them all. And while Princess Leia lifesize dolls may exist, I was kind of hoping for a Darth Vader one. You know, so I could
fulfill a naughty fantasy punch him in the mouth.
All the failed products after the jump.
Star Wars Rejected Promotional Crap Could Have Changed the Universe Forever [gizmodo]
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Cheer up bro, that's a good lookin' samwich!
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