Posted by D_Martin on March 14, 2012 at 04:34 AM CST
If by now you haven't realized that I refuse to apologize for my utter love for the Prequels, you never will. As we moved forward to the third and final film in George Lucas' oeuvre, there was more emotion than any other film in the Saga. It would be the last hurrah and we weren't ready to let go just yet. Everything that came afterwards would be an after thought, albeit a welcome one. As May 19, 2005 approached, we knew we'd have the full story, and as such, the printed media was marking a milestone. If there were ever a focal point in your iconic magazine collection, you will find it was printed in 2005.

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