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  1. Dorkly Collects 17 Star Wars: Episode VII Fan Posters

    We've yet to see any official posters for J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII but the internet is full of fanart illustrating what they could look like.

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  2. Alaskan Police Called In To Assess Bomb Threat And Found A Lightsaber Toy

    It’s a more elegant toy for a more civilized age.

    It is a dark time for the Rebellion. Although the Death Star has been destroyed, Imperial troops have driven the Rebel forces from their hidden base and pursued them across the galaxy. Evading the dreaded Imperial Starfleet, a group of freedom fighters led by Luke Skywalker has established a new secret base on the remote ice world of Juneau, Alaska. Wait... that doesn't sound right.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Gandalf’s Weapon Of Choice

    One cannot simply pun into Mordor.

    Yes, yes, he carries Glamdring, too, but shh. Shh.

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  4. I Watched Doctor Whore And Its Geek Porn Predecessors And Lived To Blog About It

    Wibbly-wobbly sorry Mom.

    I stared down the rabbit hole (and many other orifices) of geek adult film parodies and am here, for what it's worth, to report back. Geronimoan!

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  5. Things We Saw Today: Turns Out Han and Leia Are Adorable Painted in the Style of Up

    "I know."

    This awesome imagining of Han and Leia as they'd look in the Up universe comes from artist James Hance, who'll sell you a print of this or some of his other amazing geeky art (Guardians of the Galaxy, Harry Potter, Sherlock) over on his website.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Edward Scissorhands Variant Cover Is Delightfully Unsettling

    The demon barber of your nightmares.

    This Edward Scissorhands #2 variant cover by Kevin Wada brings all the perfectly unsettling, Sweeny Todd-esque feels that you could want.

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  7. Star Wars: Despecialized Edition Is Probably The Closest Thing We’ll Get To An Original Trilogy Remaster

    Stay on target...

    Despite the collective fan grief over computerized Jabba, shooting-first Greedo, and the general amount of weird added background aliens all over the place, Lucasfilm still hasn't released an unaltered, remastered version of the original trilogy. But Star Wars fans are nothing if not steadfastly ingenious, so they made their own.

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  8. Get Your Own “Unnamed Sources” With the Star Wars: Episode VII Rumor Generator

    Fear leads to speculation. Speculation leads to rumors. Rumors lead to trolling.

    Why should bloggers and journalists get to have all the fun in spreading rampant Star Wars rumors and speculation? Now you can join in with the Star Wars rumor generator and spread your own dubiously-sourced spoilers.

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  9. Star Wars: Rebels Gets Premiere Date, New Short Depicts Sabine’s “Art Attack”

    This is gonna be fun.

    We first saw Sabine in the first seven minutes of Star Wars: Rebels, which were released earlier this month. Now she's got her own short video all to herself, and I must say, I like what I see. A woman acting alone in spraypaint-covered Mandalorian armor to mess with a whole team of stormtroopers, all while mocking their accuracy— and passing the Bechdel test with whoever's on her communications link? YES PLEASE.

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  10. Star Wars Dreams Come True: Future Episode VIII/IX Director Rian Johnson Confirms Episode VII’s Sparing CGI Use

    So no Episode VII: Return of the CGI, then?

    The prequel trilogy didn't exactly make it easy to get excited about new Star Wars movies, but details of a return to form for the franchise have slowly trickled out and made things a lot more interesting. Now, Episode VIII and IX director Rian Johnson has said that the return to practical effects isn't just speculative wishful thinking.

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