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Star Wars Episode IV – VI Character Poster: A Long, Long List

by Lambert Varias
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One of the fascinating things about modern epics like, The Lord of the Rings, Naruto or Star Wars is the quantity and diversity of their characters. Illustrator Max Dalton shows us the many faces that appeared in the original Star Wars trilogy with his limited edition poster, simply titled Episode IV – VI:

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The 18″ x 24″ poster shows nearly every character in the first Star Wars trilogy, arranged in the order of their appearance. Max also included different versions of the main characters. You’ll see Han Solo and frozen Han Solo, living Obi-Wan and ghost Obi-Wan etc.

You can buy the poster from Spoke Art for $50(USD) unframed or to $170 framed. It’s limited to just 500 pieces. Buy or miss out; there is no reprint.

[via The Fire Wire]

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