These Star Wars 7 Posters Raise The Bar For Disney

Episode VII Falcon Fan Poster

These posters look amazing, but they aren't official artwork. Instead they're the fantastic designs of fan artist AndrewSS7, inspired by what we could be seeing in the future from Star Wars: Episode VII.

Our sister site Giant Freakin Robot is where we found the images, but they've been making the rounds.

Breaking it down, the one above features the Millennium Falcon and a squadron of X-Wing fighters, all worse for the wear after the Battle of Endor. However, the most impressive one of the lot, at least in my opinion, is this poster depicting a Star Destroyer crashing into what looks like an ocean...

Star Destroyer Episode VII

We're used to seeing this massive ship in space without any comparable bodies of land or water to measure the vessel's size against, but here you get a real sense of scale.

As you'll also notice, the stylized Star Wars logo is also tarnished and tattered, signifying that while we're returning to that far off land beyond our own galaxy, it's not going to be the same. With thirty years or so passing between Episode VI and Episode VII, that's plenty of time for Rebels to start new lives, and Imperial Agents to amass a second wave of attack. But before we go any further into the future, let's take one last look into the past with this final poster that depicting the wreckage of the second Death Star in orbit around Endor...

Death Star Episode VII

These Star Wars: Episode VII posters are good enogh to pass for the genuine article. If it were up to us, this fan's work would be made legit as soon as possible. Give him a call, Disney and get these in movie theater light boxes by this December. Just make him get the release date right, before you you buy.

Star Wars: Episode VII arrives inour galaxy on December 18th, 2015.

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