Posted by Chris on April 30, 2014 at 10:55 AM CST
From Super7Store.com:

This Sunday Super7 is happy to host a celebration of the best science fantasy universe of them all! Come one and all from a Galaxy Far, Far Away to the Super7 Store for the official Star Wars holiday, May The 4th Be With You!

Join us for a celebration of all things Star Wars as we host a gathering of Rebels, Imperials and all manner of Space Creatures alike, featuring live guests from the local 501st Legion of Stormtroopers, a Star Wars Mini-Arcade with prizes for high scores, Star Wars Photobooth, Raffle Prizes and more! Get your photo taken with a real life Imperial Stormtrooper! Test your arcade skills against a horde of seasoned and novice Star Wars gamers! Maybe even walk away with a fantastic Star Wars prize..

The May 4th event also marks the debut of the all-new Super7 x Star Wars Limited Edition Screen Print Series from Super7 and Acme Archives Dark Ink! The series begins with eSpace Vaderf, a glow-in-the-dark design showing the evil lord Darth Vader himself!



Gaze deep into the night sky, and a familiar pattern will emerge in the stars. Space Vader is printed on black 16 x 20 heavy archival stock with light grey and glow-in-the-dark inks, in a hand numbered edition of 200. Turn off the lights to see Darth Vader come to life!

Available at the Super7 Store and online, May 4th at 12noon PST. $50 ea.


LOCATION:
Super7 Store
1427 Haight St (@ Masonic)
San Francisco, CA 94117

PHONE:
415-553-6155
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