Andy Fairhurst Unveils Three Excellent STAR WARS Prints

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Star Wars is one of the most recognizable brands in all of pop-culture, and as a result, a multitude of Star Wars-inspired artwork exists.  It’s tough to come across something that truly stands out, but artist Andy Fairhurst has crafted three fantastic prints for A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi that capture the tone of each film in a unique way.  The posters follow a similar structure, with a vehicle at the top, silhouette in the middle, and title at the bottom on each, but the execution of the idea is fantastic, making for a trio of excellent items to add to your collection.

Hit the jump to check out the posters in full and to find out where you can purchase them.

Confessions of a STAR WARS Virgin: Allison Watches EPISODE IV: A NEW HOPE for the First Time

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Our daily series where Allison Keene watches the Star Wars movies for the first time. Read her intro/explanation here.

First of all, I can see why A New Hope was a surprise hit.  Though there’s a great amount of world-building that could leave room for prequels, and a satisfying, but still open ending that could pave the way (and obviously did) for sequels, the core story is both compelling and entertaining, and introduces a cast of instantly likable characters.  There’s something strange too about how even the non-human elements (the droids) and alien forms (the Jawas) are kinda, well, cute with their bleeps and blips and bloops.  There’s a little something in A New Hope for everyone, and I found it to be a pleasant surprise (admittedly I came to it with haughty reservations).  Hit the jump to explore a slight disturbance in the force.

Fox Still Owns Rights to STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE; Box Set Releases Could Be Tricky

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I woke up this morning to find that yesterday’s massive Star Wars: Episode VII news was, in fact, not a dream.  In a massive deal, George Lucas sold his LucasFilm studio to Disney, paving the way for a new Star Wars film set to hit theaters in 2015.  Though further entries in the beloved franchise were a major part of the news, many were quick to realize that with Disney now in control of the LucasFilm empire, fans may finally get a home video release of the original Star Wars trilogy sans Lucas’ tinkering.

Well, it turns out that further Star Wars home video releases are tied up in a tricky bit of legal shambles, as 20th Century Fox still owns Episode IV: A New Hope.  Hit the jump for more.

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