Star Wars movies are fast becoming a part of people’s holiday traditions as much as stale fruitcake, sweaters that should have never existed, obligatory office parties, easily offended relatives and the unofficial passive-aggressive outdoor décor battle that will turn your whole neighborhood into an attack of the clones and shoot your electric bill all the way to the Death Star.
With each new space opera release comes the inevitable blizzard of branded merchandise. Monstrosities such as the infamous Lando Calrissian mustache disguise kit have landed with past launches. Last year’s The Force Awakens spawned everything from toasters that leave an imprint of Yoda on your breakfast (which you could then flip with a droid spatula) to luxury watches that would pay Han’s debt to Jabba with no casualties and a galactic in-home movie theater worth more than every single repair ever done on the Millenium Falcon.
While Empire-made watches and Jedi toast already sound far-out enough, there is far more bizarre — and even disturbing — merch lurking in the far reaches of the Star Wars universe (both official and unofficial). Strap yourself into your X-Wing fighter for 21 collectibles that will leave a “what the …” hanging in midair like you just found out the Dark Lord is your father (or vice versa).