Posted by Chris on August 15, 2012 at 04:20 PM CST
Just when you thought the autograph guest list was final...Official Pix adds someone else. Darth Vader Sculptor Brian Muir will be signing at Celebration VI on Thursday, Friday and Saturday! Be sure to stop by the Official Pix Autograph Hall and chat with Brian about his incredibly long list of credits, get an autograph and pick up a copy of his book In The Shadow Of Vader.

In addition to sculpting Darth Vader's helmet for A New Hope, Brian also worked on the Death Star Droid & C-Z3 heads, Stormtrooper armor and C-3PO suit. He also sculpted the leg for the Royal Starship in The Phantom Menace and worked on both Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom!
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