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The Star Wars Trilogy

A Digital Star Wars Scrapbook.

12. November 2016 18:29
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Star Wars Collectible Toys & Values (1995)

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21 Years ago, (10 years after the last original Kenner Action figures disappeared from toy shops) this is what your vintage Star Wars stuff was worth... [More]
Star Wars Collectible Toys & Values (1995)
 

11. November 2015 16:27
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Star Wars The Force Awakens - VII Un Nouvel Empire

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The Novemeber issue of the French movie magazine, Premiere, is stuffed full of Star Wars goodness, with over 20 pages of color photos and information about Episode VII The Force Awakens... [More]
Star Wars The Force Awakens - VII Un Nouvel Empire
 

26. May 2015 17:27
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Starlog Photo Guidebook to Science Fiction Toys and Models

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Written and compiled by (now) renowned collector, Steven Sansweet, this 1980 publication touches only briefly on Kenner's game changing Star Wars toys... [More]
Starlog Photo Guidebook to Science Fiction Toys and Models
 

24. September 2014 11:11
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Star Wars Cascos de Coleccion

24. September 2014 11:11 by jedi1 | 0 Comments

As far as I know, this magazine collection is currently only available in Spain. Published every two weeks, each magazine comes with a replica Star Wars helmet 1/5 scale. [More]
Star Wars Cascos de Coleccion
 

21. August 2014 05:55
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Star Wars Fans, DVD, and Cultural Ownership

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Will Brooker, circa 2004: 'The release of this new DVD is an important event in one way because of the ways in which it rewrites, revises, “corrects,” and fiddles with the history of the existing Star Wars mythos, presenting itself as an authoritative version of the original trilogy that replaces the previous editions and effectively tells fans they never happened that way. On the other hand, it can be seen as trivial for two reasons: first, because Lucas is inevitably going to bring out further reworked and amended versions of the film, apparently lacking any ability to leave these films alone; and second, because I think fans have the stubborn determination to resist the revisions they dislike, claiming that for them it actually happened as it did in 1977 or, alternatively, in 1997 with what we’ll now have to call the “original special edition.” ' [More]
Star Wars Fans, DVD, and Cultural Ownership