Posted by D_Martin on April 26, 2012 at 03:44 PM CST
Let's call a spade a spade, beyond the fun we all have on the fourth, May has also given us the original release dates of all six Star Wars films, so in a lot of ways May is Star Wars Month, and this year it is starting off with a bang thanks in no small part to Sideshow Collectibles' May The 4th Be With You event that promises product reveals (something 1/4 scale and Droidy we thinks), product discounts, and cool giveaways. Follow the above link to check it out.
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