I really, honestly thought that I was over my Star Wars addiction. I'd avoided the Blu-rays, even though they're packed with special features. I'd sworn off Star Wars — and then a new book of the best Star Wars comic art gets announced. Damn you George Lucas. You win again. Aside from many years of straight comic book art presented in what looks to be quite glorious fashion, there's also custom art drawn by some of the biggest names in the business. Anything with Sergio Aragones in it is generally an automatic must-buy as far as I'm concerned. In other words, I'm horribly tempted, but must not give into the dark side; especially the dark side of the limited edition, which bumps the asking price up from $US40 to $US400. [PopCandy]
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