Dark Horse has a five-page preview of the Revenge of the Sith comic adaption. They’re not consecutive pages and there’s no text yet, but there are a few things new to even the extremely spoiled.
Star Wars pet and baby costumes. Because we’ve been dying to dress some poor dog up like Slave Leia.
TFN has a ton of ROTS merchandise pics. See what the shelves will look likle before the fanboys get there.
Starwars.com posts the crawl.
Have you been saving your Republic credits? Because Lucasfilms’ licensees have a lot in store for you, this year:
The Official Pix license awarded to C2 Ventures
The new line of stickers from Mello Smello (alas, not scratch’n’sniff)
The Hallmark Ornaments for 2005
The ROTS Topps Cards (Spoilers abound!)
This just adds to the list that includes the previously announced books, action figures and the rather nifty, yet oh-so-pricey, window blinds.
Must start playing the lottery, again.
Not as bizarre as the Star Wars window blinds, but Lightsaber Pendants? For $200 a pop? Really? Ladies, can you honestly see yourself wearing these? Because I honestly can’t see dropping almost enough money to score an iPod on something nonfunctional that screams “I’m a huge geek.” People are going to know that the minute I open my mouth.
The official site updated with the covers for the novelization, The Making of, The Art of, and the graphic novel adaptation of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. IESB has high res scans (scroll down) for the detail-oriented. TFN, however, has a summary of the novelization. It reveals, well, pretty much the whole plot of the movie, so Spoiler Masters only.
The next Insider, due in subscriber mailboxes somethime this week, features a cover article about the next round of Clone Wars cartoons, interviews with Samuel L. Jackson and Christopher Lee, a history of the Mandalorians and a tour of Jango and Boba Fett’s apartment set, as well as the usual Prequel Update, and all new photos (including a pic that’s already setting Anakin fangirls around the off in high-pitched squees of lust.) Non subscribers can expect the issue in stores by the end of the month.