Cometh To The Dark Side: Medieval Darth Vader Armor

February 2, 2015


This is the Darth Vader inspired medieval leather armor made by Prince Armory (of Joker and Batman and Aquaman medieval armor fame). His face kind of reminds me of an alien. Not a real alien, but like, a Hollywood movie alien. A FAKE ALIEN. The real ones -- at least the ones I've seen, look nothing like that. They're more like, floating shadows. Or those might have been ghosts, they never actually introduced themselves. Whatever they were, they definitely wanted to put things in my butt, and I wasn't having it (long day and I was tired).

Keep going for a couple more shots.





Thanks to Carmen, who wants a set of medieval Ewok armor.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Who should I contact about motorcycle armor? That is, I want a suit of armor that is also a fully functional motorcycle.

    Oh and the darth vader armor isn't bad. Would have been tough to do much more than what you see there and still make it period correct.

  • Motorcycle and fully functional armor? I believe you would need to contact the Robotech REF 10th squadron Mars Division to requisition one of their VR-041 Cyclone's or you could try chasing down Priss for her Motoroid but I would rather take on the entire robotech army than fight the Knight Sabers.

  • Professor Spookypop

    Looks more like Daedric armor.

  • Xankar

    Looks like Klingon Armor :D

  • Leland_Gaunt

    He looks like Saurod from the '87 Masters of the Universe movie.

  • Demode

    He actually looks more like one of Skeletor's Dark Troopers from the film.

  • Leland_Gaunt

    Or a really goth duck.

  • Gingerbread

    This face reminds me of a hornet's

  • Leland_Gaunt

    Or a really goth duck.

  • It's very impressive as far as the craftsmanship goes. But I think the creative design needed a lot more work. Like GW pointed out, the helmet looks like an alien head ala "The Grays", and the rest of the suit reminds me more of Daedric Armor from Skyrim than Star Wars.

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