Star Wars merchandise is nothing new — but a lot of really great stuff ends up on the cutting room floor.
It's all right; ToyOtter and Action Figure Insider are here with a new list of brilliant things you never knew were missing from your life. They've got a batch of rejected merchandise ideas from the launch of The Phantom Menace, back in 1999.
This Death Star projector puts you in the middle of a gently spinning cosmos. All you need are some teeny-tiny TIE Fighters, and you can recreate the infamous battle scene.
Instead of swearing and hammering on your car horn, vent your road rage by pressing Star Wars sound-effect buttons! Yes, that will work...
More like slam Darth!
Because when someone says "Dagobah", we immediately think, "Pencils, hell yeah!"
Would this stop you from stealing someone's chips?
Martinis be damned — serve up some Twi'lek twisters at your next shindig.
Salt, pepper. White, black. Good, evil. Get it? OK, so it's a tenuous connection at best, but we still think that these salt and pepper shakers would take pride of place on any table.
Is there anything that beepy little droid can't do?
If it housed something like a Maglite, then this lightsaber torch would make an indispensable addition to our toolboxes.
Yes, let's mock the burns victim by filling him with the instrument of his torturous crippling.
This is a pretty cool idea ... but a bean chair would be better, no?