These are the best Star Wars gifts
Star Wars Gifts
Star Wars fandom has been going strong since 1977, and with movies, cartoons, video games, and a new trilogy on the way, that fandom is only going to keep growing. This is great for collectors because it just means that more cool stuff is available to purchase. Whether you’re a Star Wars newbie or consider yourself a Jedi Knight, these gifts are perfect for your collection.
How it began:
The Star Wars Archives: 1977-1983
With the full cooperation of Lucasfilm, The Star Wars Archives takes an in-depth look at the original trilogy, from A New Hope to Return of the Jedi. You’ll get fresh insight and gain a new appreciation of what Lucas built over 40 years ago.
The Art of Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Whether you liked the movie or not, there’s no arguing The Last Jedi was visually stunning. In The Art of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, you’ll get a glimpse at how some of the movie’s most iconic costumes, characters, and locations went from the concept stage to the big screen.
NASA Death Star T-Shirt
No Star Wars collection is complete without some sort of apparel. This NASA Death Star shirt features an epic clash between the fantastical and the realistic. You get the famous NASA insignia but it’s layered on top of the Death Star construction — and the results are fantastic.
Own the galaxy:
Monopoly Star Wars
With this Monopoly-themed Star Wars set, you can assemble a fleet, build bases, and choose between good and evil. The board features classic scenes A New Hope and even some of the franchise’s most iconic ships, including Han Solo’s Millennium Falcon.
Star Wars The Black Series Poe Dameron Electronic X-Wing Pilot Helmet
Become Poe Dameron with this Black Series X-Wing pilot helmet, which looks like it was the same prop used in the new trilogy. It features an internal microphone, straps for an adjustable fit, and a “movie-accurate” reproduction, so it will go great with your Poe Dameron costume.
Use the Force:
Star Wars: The Jedi Path and Book of Sith Deluxe Box Set
At the crux of Star Wars is a tale of good versus evil. In Star Wars: The Jedi Path and Book of Sith, you can see the ancient training manuals used by Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader to own their knowledge of the Force. Which side of the Force do you fall on?
There is no try:
Star Wars Yoda Bronze – Colored Resin Lamp
This officially licensed Yoda lamp will put the wisdom of the famous Jedi Master in your bedroom so you can become one with the Force as you fall asleep. The lamp features a cold-cast bronze sculpture of Yoda and the Jedi Master’s most iconic quote: “Do or do not. There is no try.”
Filmcells Star Wars Through The Ages Episodes 1-6
This framed wall art features six 35mm clips of movie film showing a scene from the original and prequel trilogies — and it comes with a certificate of authenticity, too, so you can rest assured you have a genuine piece of Star Wars history.
Capture Han Solo:
Star Wars The Black Series Archive Boba Fett Figure
You won’t find a figure of Boba Fett more detailed than this one in the Black Series. Standing at 6 inches tall, this Boba Fett figure comes equipped with four character-inspired accessories and a perfect recreation of the bounty hunter’s iconic armor.
Star Wars The Black Series Darth Vader Force FX Lightsaber
You can become Darth Vader with this replica of the Sith Lord’s Lightsaber hilt, complete with realistic light effects and authentic movie sounds. You also get a stand to display the hilt as you proudly pledge your loyalty to the Dark Side of the Force.
Star Wars: The Black Series Luke Skywalker Force FX Lightsaber
If the Dark Side isn’t your speed, you can become Luke Skywalker by owning a replica of his hilt, which he wielded in Return of the Jedi. The Lightsaber features a stand, realistic light effects, and authentic movie sounds for the ultimate immersive experience.
I fear nothing:
Star Wars Are You Scared, Darth Vader?
It’s a very important question: Are you scared, Darth Vader? The villain has struck fear in us for generations, but is there anything he’s afraid of? This book will explore his psyche and prove once and for all that nothing frightens Lord Vader.
There are so many cool Star Wars collectibles available that it’s hard to pick just one. But if I had to make a decision, I’d start with The Star Wars Archives, because it provides an in-depth behind-the-scenes look at the inception and evolution of what is now one of the biggest franchises ever.
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