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You Can’t Escape Poster Posse’s Stunning Obi-Wan Kenobi Art Series

It’s becoming a welcome tradition. Over the last few years, Lucasfilm and Disney have collaborated with the artists of Poster Posse to celebrate the releases of new Star Wars storytelling, creating gorgeous posters for The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett. The partnership continued for Obi-Wan Kenobi — all episodes are now streaming on Disney+ — with a stunning series of art. The works range from Chelsea Lowe’s gritty Western take to Scott Hopko’s haunting Darth Vader, all evoking moods and themes from the show. Each poster debuted first on official Star Wars social channels, and StarWars.com is excited to feature the entire run here, along with exclusive commentary from the artists.

“When I was asked to create a poster for Obi-Wan Kenobi, I was so excited! I knew from the start I wanted him to be the center

Obi-Wan Wednesdays: Make a Deal with Hasbro’s Teeka the Jawa from Obi-Wan Kenobi and More!

Hello there. Obi-Wan Wednesdays is a new product program celebrating Obi-Wan Kenobi, the limited series now streaming on Disney+. Visit ObiWanWednesdays.com every week throughout the series’ run for reveals of action figures, apparel, and much more inspired by the series and the legendary Jedi Master himself!

A scrappy Jawa with an eye for nostalgia is headed to your toy shelf.

This week, Obi-Wan Wednesdays is adding Teeka the Jawa trader to Hasbro’s The Black Series line of action figures from Obi-Wan Kenobi, a Funko Pop! 2-pack ready for a rematch, and much more. Check out a few of our favorite reveals below!

Darth Vader by FiGPiN

The Sith Lord is on the hunt…to join the perfect pin collection. Devote yourself to the light side with Obi-Wan Kenobi, give in to the darkness with Darth Vader,

Maz, Lando, and Hondo Hatch a Scheme in Marvel’s Star Wars: Halcyon Legacy #4 – Exclusive Preview

Get ready for an all-star teamup of pirates and scoundrels.

In Marvel’s Star Wars: Halcyon Legacy miniseries, the notorious pirate Crimson Jack has attacked the legendary Halcyon starship. As matters grow serious, logistics droid D3-09 has distracted a young passenger with tales from the Halcyon starship’s long history, ranging from the time of the High Republic, to the Clone Wars, to the Resistance.

In StarWars.com’s first look at issue #4, D3-09 recounts an adventure from the Galactic Civil War. The Empire has commandeered the luxurious vessel, and the greedy General Kardan prepares to meet with Maz Kanata in the hopes of securing a rare artifact. But with Lando Calrissian and Hondo Ohnaka close by, there may be more to this deal than Kanata has revealed…

Halcyon Legacy #21, written by Ethan

“It’s a Big Galaxy”: Kieron Gillen and Alyssa Wong Discuss Doctor Aphra and More for Pride Month

If you’re a fan of Marvel’s Star Wars comics, the names Kieron Gillen and Alyssa Wong should be familiar ones; they’re the comic book writers who, respectively, co-created Doctor Aphra and are currently writing the rogue archaeologist’s ongoing series. After her debut in Star Wars: Darth Vader #3 in 2015, Aphra has quickly risen to prominence as one of the most recognizable characters in Star Wars who doesn’t hail from the films or television shows, drawing fans from all walks of life. She has become particularly notable for 1) somehow surviving multiple encounters with Darth Vader when others might not have and 2) being one of the first and certainly most well-known queer characters in the Star Wars galaxy.

In honor of Pride Month, I spoke with Gillen and Wong

Beat the Tatooine Heat with Some Black Melon Milk

The Tusken Raiders know every grain of sand on Tatooine. Their heart and spirits are ingrained in their culture and their planet. They use the sand to their advantage by digging for black melon as sustenance and creating their own custom built gaderffii sticks as weapons.

Stay out of the heat of the desert planet by making your own versions of the Sand People’s prized possessions, inspired by those seen in The Book of Boba Fett on Disney+. Black sesame provides a creamy, flavorful alternative to black melon milk, and these gaffi sticks are much easier to acquire.

Gaderffii Sticks

2 chocolate candies, unwrapped 1 chocolate dipped pretzel stick

Black Melon Milk

For the boba

For the boba simple syrup 1 cup water 1/2 cup brown sugar 1/2

Star Wars Celebration Europe 2023 Tickets

If you’re already missing Star Wars Celebration, it’s almost time to get your tickets to celebrate the galaxy far, far away at ExCeL London.

StarWars.com is excited to announce that Star Wars Celebration Europe 2023 tickets will go on sale this Thursday, June 30 at 12:00 p.m. ET along with limited Star Wars Celebration 2023 exclusive merchandise available for pre-order during registration. Tickets are limited and may sell out quickly, so mark your calendars and get ready to punch it!

Plus, this week Star Wars Celebration will launch a special, limited-time online store for select merchandise from Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2022. Ticket holders from this year’s event can enjoy priority online store access from June 28-30, and the store will open to the general public on July 1 at 12:00 p.m. ET. Merchandise

How a Star Wars Fan Created a New Droid for Disney+’s Obi-Wan Kenobi

This is the new droid you’re looking for. KP-1 — an astromech consisting of three distinct, modular sections that form a cone shape — made his debut in Obi-Wan Kenobi Part V. Only he wasn’t created by the Lucasfilm Art Department. He doesn’t come from the comics or another form of media. And he’s not an unused build from a past Star Wars production. No, KP-1 comes to the galaxy far, far away thanks to another source: Star Wars fan Camille Manet.

The 25-year-old, hailing from Paris, France, entered and won the Build My Droid contest from Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: Force For Change initiative and FIRST, whose goal is to inspire the next generation of heroes and innovators in science, technology, engineering, math (STEM), and creative arts. Her entry was

Star Wars Inside Intel: The Inquisitorius

Star Wars Inside Intel is a StarWars.com feature where Lucasfilm’s Emily Shkoukani, whose job is to know as much about a galaxy far, far away as possible, explores obscure facts about Star Wars lore and continuity. In this installment, Emily explores the evil Inquisitorius…

First mentioned in The Star Wars Sourcebook back in 1987, the Inquisitorius and the general concept of a group of dark side agents working for the Empire is nearly as old as the saga itself. After the storytelling reset in 2014, this group was reintroduced into current fiction in the series premiere of Star Wars Rebels, “Spark of Rebellion.” But the specifics regarding this group and how it operates have evolved since its inception, originally starting as a secret division of Imperial Intelligence, compared to the current Inquisitorius, who