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Celebrating a Memory


I thought my Boba Fett Lithograph looked cool in this photo filter. I got that at Star Wars Celebration 2, where the artist, Dave Dorman, and Jeremy Bullock, the actor inside the suit, signed it for me.





I had been wanting to buy the very first Force FX lightsaber—Anakin’s from Episode 2. Both items would’ve taken more than half my money individually, so I couldn’t afford to do both —it was one or t

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