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An Elegant Weapon: Get an Up-Close Look at a Lightsaber from Star Wars: The High Republic – Exclusive

When it came to designing lightsabers for the High Republic era, Lucasfilm knew that they had to be special — elegant weapons for a more civilized age, as Obi-Wan Kenobi might say. So they took inspiration from one of the most legendary swords in storytelling.

“We wanted to make the Jedi distinctive and instantly recognizable as Jedi Knights of the High Republic, and that applies not only to their clothing but to their lightsabers, as well,” says Michael Siglain, Lucasfilm Publishing’s creative director. “Internally, we often refer to the Jedi of this era as ‘the Jedi Knights of the Round Table.’ Taking that idea one step further, their sabers can be viewed as their own versions of Excalibur.”

Star Wars: The High Republic, a storytelling epic that kicks off

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Explore the Haunting City of Vaale in Marvel’s Doctor Aphra #4 – Exclusive Preview

Amid the mystical Rings of Vaale lies an ancient living city, with bones that sing a haunting melody to drive all who hear it to madness.

In StarWars.com’s exclusive preview of Marvel’s Doctor Aphra #4, set after the events of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Aphra’s journey to the Lost City of Vaale ends with a bang as she and her surviving companions unlock the mysteries of a macabre security system gone rogue…

Doctor Aphra #4, from writer Alyssa Wong and artist Marika Cresta, with a cover by Valentina Remenar, arrives September 30 and is available for pre-order now.

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Test Your Knowledge of Star Wars Trivia at the El Capitan Theatre’s Streaming Event

Think you know Star Wars? It’s time to take your trivia trials, Padawans.

The famed El Capitan Theatre will host a Star Wars-themed Trivia Night this Thursday, September 24, for fans of the Skywalker saga. And you don’t need to leave your home — this is an online-only event, and you can play by yourself or with a team.

Players must register by 4 p.m. PT that day to be eligible to participate when the games begin at 5 p.m. PT and 8 p.m. ET. Head over to ElCapitanTheatre.com for more details.

If you’re looking to brush up on your Star Wars knowledge, try some of StarWars.com’s quizzes and complete your training!

Good luck. You’re gonna need it.

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Empire at 40 | The Evolution of Costumes in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

On May 21, 1980, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back made its theatrical debut. To celebrate the classic film’s landmark 40th anniversary, StarWars.com presents Empire at 40,” a special series of interviews, editorial features, and listicles.

Costumes, especially in a galaxy like Star Wars, help tell us what sort of world we’re being dropped into and — perhaps more importantly — who the characters are. After all, the look of Darth Vader’s imposing black armor stays in your mind long after the final credits roll. And without the signature look, Star Wars just wouldn’t be the same.

In the case of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, the costumes also give a sense of the evolution of characters like Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Leia Organa, while helping to show that time has passed since

From the Pages of Star Wars Insider: Welcome to Lucaswood

The making of the Star Wars films is a saga all its own. In this exclusive excerpt from Star Wars Insider #197,Christopher Cooper tells the story of shooting Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back at Elstree Studios.

WELCOME TO LUCASWOOD

Having already shot Star Wars: A New Hope (1977) at England’s Elstree Studios, George Lucas and Gary Kurtz brought the saga back to Borehamwood in 1979 to make the sequel. Star Wars Insider editor Christopher Cooper uncovers the rich cinematic history of the borough that became known as Britain’s Hollywood, in this exclusive extract from issue 197.

Walking along Shenley Road, past the shops and restaurants of Borehamwood, there is scant evidence of the Hertfordshire town’s illustrious cinematic past that saw it dubbed “Britain’s Hollywood” by no less a movie star than Charlie Chaplain.

On “Mando Mondays,” a Bounty of New Products and Digital Content to Celebrate The Mandalorian

After premiering last fall and quickly taking the world by storm, The Mandalorian — which took home seven awards last week during the 2020 Primetime Emmy Awards — will return for its highly anticipated second season Friday, October 30, on Disney+. But first, fans will have access to select pre-orders on new products inspired by the hit Lucasfilm series.

Disney and Lucasfilm today announced “Mando Mondays,” an all-new global consumer products, games, and publishing program kicking off on October 26, that will debut goods inspired by the show.

After fans experience the latest episode every Friday on Disney+, they can visit MandoMondays.com each Monday to see what new toys, collectibles, apparel, books, comics, digital content, and more will be unveiled. Mando Mondays will run for nine weeks, culminating on December 21.

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