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Awesome Star Wars Character Poster

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We've all been there - gaze in awe at a beautiful Star Wars print, then see Jar Jar Binks' smug face and promptly burn it to ash. No longer!

Artist Max Dalton is here to heal your Episode I (and II, III) woe, designing a piece that features every single Star Wars character... but only from the films that matter, i.e. Episode IV-VI and bugger all else.

Listing the characters in order of appearance (with some resurrections for when it all kicks off), the print costs $50 and has a limited edition run of 500.

The bad news is that with demand evidently so high for such a rare treat, the artwork has sold out. Just like George Lucas. But, given that the first 500 flew out (at $50 a pop - $25,000!), we wouldn't be at all surprised if artist Dalton relents and makes a whole load more, for an easy payday. Just like...

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