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9 new ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Dark Side posters released

Darkness rises and alongside it comes 9 new dark side posters!

To celebrate the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, throughout the entire month of December AiPT! will be covering all the latest news and updates, reviewing the latest comics, teaching you how to build your very own lightsaber on our YouTube channel, breaking down all the best theories on our podcast, showcasing the best cosplay, ranking the best Sith/Jedi and so much more.

Disney has released another 9 new pop icon posters celebrating the dark side of the Force via the official Star Wars facebook page. Check out Kylo Ren’s lightsaber, an evil BB-8 and more below!

The First Order’s TIE/fo space superiority fighter is the latest starfighter in the storied TIE line and while it may look similar to its predecessors, it packs more of a punch with improved solar cells and higher-capacity converters.

Kylo Ren’s TIE silencer is an ominous sight to behold. As with the rest of his family, Ren is an expert pilot and utilizes this unique starfighter in his mission to destroy the Resistance.

The mask of Supreme Leader Snoke’s personal body guards, the Elite Praetorian Guard. As with Emperor Palpatine before him, Snoke’s personal guard are dressed in red.

The first cross guard lightsaber to hit the big screen. Kylo Ren’s signature lightsaber sports a unique design and strikes feel into the hearts of all who face it.

First Order shuttle pilot helmet. Similar to the Empire’s pilots in the elongated design.

The helmet of a First Order stormtrooper executioner. These troops were a special branch of stormtroopers, tasked with dispensing final justice on First Order soldiers found guilty of treason.

A First Order Star Destroyer. Something tells me we’ll be seeing a lot of this new design in action on December 15th.

The First Order droid BB-9E is the evil version of our beloved BB-8. Very cute, but very evil.


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