Briefly: Star Wars Celebration has officially opened the flood gates for a tidal wave of new Star Wars merchandise. And if you thought for one second that Lucasfilm had lost its marketing magic after being bought by Disney, you can now buy officially-branded Star Wars duct tape — perfect for fixing the power converters you weren't able to pick up at Tosche Station, or finally sealing off that thermal exhaust port on your moon-sized space station. [Duck Brand]
You Can Now Fix Pretty Much Anything Using Star Wars-Branded Duct Tape
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