The original space opera created by George Lucas would blow movie audiences away when it came to theaters in 1977 and would go on to become one of the most beloved trilogies of all time comes in at number one… Read More ›
Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is less then a week away from hitting theaters and we’re talking about the previous six movies in a very special two-part Podcast.
If it’s Star Wars and it appeals to my eye then your most likely going to see it posted here on Reggie’s Take. Check out some really nicely done Star Wars poster from different artists.
Even though George Lucas is no longer involved in his own space opera’s day-to-day operations, it seems Disney/Lucasfilm are also not immune to tinkering with the past.
Jason Christman has a vintage style along with a minimalist look that can be seen in the majority of his work. Mr. Christman’s look is unapologetic and that’s fine by me.
The Force is strong between LEGO and Star Wars fans and LEGO wanted to celebrate now that all six Star Wars films are now available for digital download for the first time.
Hokey religions and ancient VCR’s are no match for a good Tablet at your side, might be what your hearing as all six Star Wars movies are going digital for the first time.
Check out the set of six Star Wars posters designed and illustrated by Adam Stephenson. A college student in the UK who loves Sci-Fi.
Han Solo born on Corellia, was orphaned at an early age. A smuggler who achieved galactic fame as a member of the Rebel Alliance and later the New Republic.
Disney has finally set the official release date for the highly anticipated release in the next chapter of the Star Wars saga, but is the date their setting a good move or bad move on Disney’s part.
Being the Star Wars lover that I am, I have found nine more posters dealing with the Galaxy far, far away. Enjoy!
Below are posters from Episodes IV, V and VI and three computer wallpapers also from IV, V and VI.