A History of the Force: The New York Times on Star Wars

The media giant has released a rather odd piece of memorabilia

A History of the Force: The New York Times on Star Wars
A History of the Force: The New York Times on Star Wars

Everyone knows a Star Wars fan and now there is another piece of memorabilia they can add to their ever-growing collection. Titled In A Galaxy Far, Far Way, this is a hardcover collection of everything ever published by The Times about the series.

The coffee table book begins with a 1973 interview with George Lucas, where he casually mentions that he’s begun work on a space opera film and charts a course all the way through to coverage of The Last Jedi.

It covers everything from articles to reviews to obituaries and colour pieces about the series, giving you a thorough record of how The Times has approached one of the most popular pop culture phenomena. It’s an incredibly unique yet odd pieces of memorabilia.

It’s definitely one for the collector – it’ll set you back US$70.

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Chloe Grima is a recent graduate with a Bachelor of Arts from Swinburne University. Her career goal is to be an editor for either Vogue or Little Brown. When she’s not nose deep in a great book or writing away, you can find her searching for the next amazing fashion piece and the perfect pair of black jeans. In her spare time, she loves going to the movies, finding great places to eat and playing the occasional video game.