The Empire Strikes Back turns 30

Wondering how to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back? Check out how fans all over the Web have shown their devotion to this classic science fiction series.

The Empire Strikes Back Turns 30



It was 30 years ago, on 21 May, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back was released. Those were the golden days for the Star Wars series, right after Lucas and company worked out some of the kinks in A New Hope but before Ewoks ruined Return of the Jedi for everyone--to say nothing of the prequel trilogy we'd all like to forget about.

So we've decided to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the best Star Wars movie ever by showing off the best fans ever. From Death Star home theater to Death Star watermelon, Han Solo hand soap to H-Wing Carfighter, we've got the best Star Wars fan projects out there.

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