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Star Wars: The Complete Saga ($79.49)
The complete Star Wars saga — or anyhow, the first two-thirds of it — is now available in one massive set, featuring an assortment of special features and a beautiful new transfer that makes Mos Eisley look brand new, in a really old and scuzzy way.
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Darth Maul Lightsaber ($19.99)
Still the best part of The Phantom Menace. Why doesn't every Jedi have a double-sided lightsaber?
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The Dark Empire Trilogy ($23.18)
Another dark post-original trilogy tale, the Dark Empire follows Han, Luke, Leia, and the gang in the fight against a resurrected Emperor. Features the distinctive artwork of Cam Kennedy and the first appearance of the criminal-inhabited planet Nar Shaddaa.
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R2-D2 Lunch Bag ($19.99)
You'll be the coolest kid in school! Well, probably not. But who cares? R2-D2 lunch bag!
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Tauntaun Sleeping Bag ($149.99)
So wrong. But so warm.
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Marc Ecko Star Wars X-Wing Pilot Hoodie ($122.99)
Part of a line of Star Wars-themed clothes by designer Ecko. The snazzy orange hoodie is the perfect thing for a night out on the town.
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Angry Birds: Star Wars Jenga ($29.99)
Amuse the whole family with this exciting cross-pollination of the popular destructive mobile videogame, the popular star-spanning franchise, and the popular game that taught generations of kids how to be architects. Just don't pull from the middle. Only rookies — not to be confused with wookies — pull from the middle.
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Betrayal: Legacy of the Force, Book 1 ($8.64)
What will Star Wars: Episode VII look like? Some hints might be available in the incredibly bleak Legacy of the Force book saga, set decades after the trilogy. The series begins with Betrayal, which in the series follows Jacen Solo (Han and Leia's son) and features appearances by all the key characters from the films.
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Star Wars: Clone Wars, Season 4 ($31.63)
The Cartoon Network series has earned accolades for its thrilling portrait of prequel-era galactic wars. Check it out now, before the new Star Wars films move the franchise into the future.