Empire Strikes… Nah, That’s Too Obvious

To celebrate Star Wars’ thirtieth anniversary, the new issue of Empire magazine has 30 different covers featuring characters from the films. We’re going to go out on a limb here and predict that this one (above) will be the best-seller

Empire Leia cover

To celebrate Star Wars’ thirtieth anniversary, the new issue of Empire magazine has 30 different covers featuring characters from the films. We’re going to go out on a limb here and predict that this one (above) will be the best-seller

Empire Luke cover

Where Empire have been clever is that, instead of making readers flip frantically through newsagents’ stock to find the cover with the character they like best, they can all be bought online here (we presume that most Star Wars fans will be familiar with the workings of a computer and the internet…)

And they have got round the Jar Jar problem by making the cover bearing his ugly mug a special GOLDEN, ultra-rare, only ten produced prize that will win readers a goody bag delivered direct from George Lucas’s Skywalker Ranch in the US. So you might actually want to buy it.

Empire Jar Jar cover

We still prefer this little fella though…

Empire Yoda

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