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May The 4th Be With You! How Will You Celebrate Star Wars Day?

Photo courtesy of Imgur.

Photo courtesy of Imgur.

It’s a good time to be a Star Wars fan. With Star Wars: The Force Awakens on its way and there are plenty of other Star Wars happenings to be excited about, This years Star Wars Day is a way for Jedi junkies around the world to celebrate a galaxy far far away. May the 4th be with you and for those looking to celebrate, here are some suggestions on how to do that.

Trilogy Day

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This is the classic option. Get some friends together, post up on a comfortable couch and watch the original trilogy back to back to back. There is the option to go with the prequal trilogies, but who really wants to do that?

Read Some Star Wars Comics 

Marvel Comics recently got the rights back from Dark Horse to start making Star Wars comics again, and they have been doing a killer job so far. So, head on down to your local comic book shop or your favorite digital marketplace and get some comics to read.

Watch The Clone Wars

Anyone looking for some expanded universe content in the Star Wars universe beyond the six films should try out the six season run of The Clone Wars that aired on Cartoon Network. Even though it was a show intended for kids, many fans put it above all of the prequal films in terms of quality. This is really easy to watch as well, because it is currently streaming on Netflix.  If you’ve already seen Clone Wars, you can give Star Wars: Rebels a try, which is gearing up for its second season.

Play Star Wars Video Games 

Over the years, there have been literally hundreds of games set in the Star Wars universe and though not all are great, there are plenty of fantastic ones to choose from. Battlefront, Rogue Squadren, The Force Unleased, Republic Commando and of course Shadows of the Empire are some great options, just to name a few. So bust out your Nintendo 64 and get to it.

May the 4th be with you and enjoy Star Wars Day!



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