Posted by Chris on September 22, 2009 at 08:34 PM CST
Celebration V Logo



Steve Mitchell aka TC-6734 / "HARP" writes in with this report:

Over the past weekend I stopped in to a local and seasonal Halloween shop (Spirit) and to my surprise there was a cardboard Vader standee complete with the attached advertisement for a contest offering a trip to Celebration V.

I was just listening to the Sept 11th Forcecast in which you mention Spirit's website and the same contest. I thought you guys would enjoy seeing this ...could this be the official logo? I'm uncertain as I have not seen the one that was presented @ Chicago Comic Con. This would certainly look killer on a black t-shirt.


Thanks for the info, Steve! This is in fact the official logo for Celebration V that was shown very briefly at the Chicago Comic-Con last month, but it has not yet been officially revealed outside of the convention until now. Look for an announcement from the Official Site soon.



UPDATE: I made a trip to my local Spirit store this evening to see if I could find out anymore details regarding this contest and sure enough, I found this!

Celebration V Logo

Stop by your local Spirit Costume store and drop your name in the box in the Feel The Force Sweepstakes for your chance to win an all expenses paid trip for 4 to Star Wars: Celebration V! Contest ends October 31st, 2009. Check out SpiritHalloween.com for contest prizes and rules.

Celebration V Logo
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