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The 5 minute Star Wars Saga Recap- Why You Need a Star Wars Poster
Unless you’ve spent the last 30 years under a rock, then you’ve heard of the amazing Star Wars saga created by George Lucas. The awesome original trilogy which came out in 1977 opens with the most popular film, Star Wars. The story begins as Darth Vader nears completion of his most prized work of art, the massive Death Star space station. Buy a Star Wars poster. Designed to enable the Empire to exact revenge on the Rebel Alliance, which has formed to combat Palpatine’s tyranny. Vader captures Princess Leia Organa, who has stolen the plans to the Death Star and hidden them in the astromech droid R2-D2. The inspirational R2-D2 andis counterpart C-3PO, escape to the planet Tatooine. There, the droids are purchased by Luke Skywalker and his step-uncle and aunt. While Luke is restoring R2-D2, he accidentally triggers the door to a message put into the figure by Leia, who asks for assistance from Obi-Wan. Luke later assists the droids in finding the Jedi Knight, who is now living under the alias Ben Kenobi. Get a Star Wars Poster. When Luke asks about his unknown father, Obi-Wan tells him that Anakin was a great Jedi who was murdered by Vader. Obi-Wan and Luke hire the comedic smuggler Han Solo and his Wookiee co-pilot Chewbacca to take them to Alderaan, Leia’s homeworld, which they sadly find has been destroyed by the evil Death Star. Once onboard the massive spaceship, Obi-Wan allows himself to be killed in a showdown with Vader. This loss give the group time to escape with the plans that help the rebels destroy the Death Star.
3 years later, Luke travels to find his mentor, Yoda and start his Jedi training. He is interrupted when Vader lures him into a trap by capturing Han and the gang. Vader reveals that he is Luke’s father and tries to turn him to the dark side. You know you want a Star Wars Poster. Luke escapes, and returns to his training with Yoda, who by this time is on his deathbed. Before he passes away, Yoda informs Luke that he must face his father before he can become a Jedi, and that Leia is his twin sister.( Whew, close incest call! ) As the rebels attack the second Death Star, Luke confronts Vader as Palpatine watches; both Sith Lords have intentions to turn Luke to the dark side and take him as their apprentice. During the subsequent lightsaber duel, Luke succumbs to his anger and brutally overpowers Vader, but controls himself at the last minute; realizing that he is about to suffer his father’s fate, he spares Vader’s life and proudly declares his allegiance to the Jedi. An enraged Palpatine then attempts to kill Luke. Buy a frickin’ Star Wars poster already! This moves moves Vader to turn on and kill his master but he suffers mortal wounds in the process. Anakin Skywalker dies in his son’s arms and Luke becomes a full-fledged Jedi. The Rebels band together to destroy the second Death Star and, with it, the Empire.
The original trilogy movie releases ( all done 3 years apart ) went in this order:1. Star Wars- aka Episode IV: A New Hope opened on May 25, 1977. 2.The Empire Strikes Back – aka Episode V which opened on May 21, 1980. 3d. Return of the Jedi – aka Episode VI released on May 25, 1983.
The prequel trilogy ( also all released exactly 3 years apart ) is made up of the movies Episode I: The Phantom Menace, released on May 19, 1999, Episode II: Attack of the Clones, released on May 16, 2002, and Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, released on May 19, 2005. These three movies follow the early life of Anakin Skywalker, who is discovered by the Jedi Knight Qui-Gon Jinn. He is believed to be the “Chosen One” foretold by Jedi prophecy to bring balance to the Force. The Jedi Council, led by Yoda, sense that his future is clouded with fear, but reluctantly allow Qui-Gon’s apprentice Obi-Wan Kenobi to train Anakin after Qui-Gon is killed by the Sith Lord Darth Maul. At the same time, the planet Naboo is under attack, and its ruler, Queen Padmé Amidala, seeks the assistance of the Jedi to repel the attack. The Sith Lord Darth Sidious secretly planned the attack to give his alter-ego, Senator Palpatine, a pretense to overthrow the Supreme Chancellor of the Galactic Republic. The remainder of the prequel trilogy chronicles Anakin’s gradual fall to the dark side of the Force as he fights in the Clone Wars, which Palpatine secretly engineers in order to destroy the Republic and lure Anakin into his service. Anakin and Padmé fall in love and secretly wed, and eventually Padmé becomes pregnant. Anakin has a prophetic vision of Padmé dying in childbirth, and Palpatine convinces the poor guy that the dark side holds the power to save her life; desperate, Anakin submits to the dark side and takes the Sith name Darth Vader. While Palpatine re-organizes the Republic into the tyrannical Galactic Empire — appointing himself Emperor for life — Vader participates in a war that leads to the extinction of the Jedi Order, culminating in a lightsaber battle between himself and Obi-Wan. After defeating his former apprentice, Obi-Wan leaves Vader for dead. However, Palpatine arrives shortly after to save him and put him into a rare mechanical suit of black armor that keeps him alive. At the same time, Padmé dies while giving birth to twins Luke and Leia. The twins are hidden from Vader and are not told who their true family and parents are.
Star Wars Poster Hysteria
May of 2007 marked the 30th anniversary of the popular series of films and secured the artist behind the masterpiece, George Lucas a spot in history as one of the most incredible filmmakers of our time. The Star Wars saga still rocks it’s viewers and is responsible for thousands of collector’s items such as the original movie book, motivational posters, mini action figures, vintage framed magazine covers, signed pictures, lego set collections, wall coverings, bedroom decor and much more. T shirts with the movie logo are still a popular item for sale in stores today!
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Star Wars Motivational Posters
Find posters that tell your team to kick some butt if they’re awesome or hang in there if they suck. Nothing is more motivational than a guy who doesn’t know his daddy, makes out with his sister and then finds out he’s the heir to the dark side.
Various themed Star Wars Movie Posters
Mickey Mouse as Luke, Barney Rubble as Han Solo, Elmer Fudd as Yoda…. You get it. Star Wars isn’t just for humans anymore. It has made its way to Halloween costumes, Christmas decor and of course; cartoons.
Prequel Star Wars Posters
The story behind how Anakin became Darth Vader and fathered the two bastard children he tries to kill years later. The prequel finally answered all the questions that Star Wars nerds had been stewing over for 20 years. The long awaited prequels deserved their own posters and they got them.
Lego Star Wars Poster Choices
Because you haven’t hit the big time until you’re also a lego collection. You need not spend the time replicating a Lego Star Wars tribute. Now you can just buy the posters of all your favorite Star Wars moments as depicted by Legos.
Star Wars A New Hope Poster Collections
Since the first movie was arguably the best. Can’t get enough brotherly and sisterly love with the twins? Why not remember it forever with posters commemorating their make out scenes.
Star Wars Poster Book Options
Can’t choose just one Star Wars poster for your wall? How about a whole book for your coffee table! Release your inner geek by following the entire saga through a book of posters.
Star War Poster Minis
Smaller versions of your favorite Star Wars posters. If you can’t commit to covering your bedroom wall, these are easier to hide or blend in with other normal decor. The mini size posters are suitable for your cubicle or the inside of your lunch box.
Star Wars Movie Poster Collections
Your beloved favorites categorized by movie. Group them together to tell the shortened version of your favorite parts of the original movie, sequels and prequels. Or if you hate Luke and Leia and really watch the movies for Han and Chewie, get posters dedicated to your favorite characters.