Posted by Chris on June 14, 2012 at 01:37 PM CST
It seems like only yesterday we were announcing the dates and attending guests for the 2012 Star Wars Weekends event. Now, it's all over and all that is left is the memories that were made. Here is one final gallery for your viewing pleasure.

The last two exclusive t-shirts for weekend #4 featured Yoda and C-3PO & R2-D2.



As promised, here is an inside look at the inner workings of the notorious Carbon Freeze Me Chamber.





Can you spot the Hidden Mickey?



Upon exiting the Chamber, you are treated to some fantastic poster art that was used as a teaser for this years event.



Daniel Logan, James Arnold Taylor, Michonne Bourriague, Nika Futterman and Jeremy Bulloch met with fans during their scheduled autograph signing and photo op sessions.




Dave Filoni stopped by to chat with fans and sign his new line of 'Dave Filoni Signature Edition' Disney Racers which he really seemed to enjoy.



Finally, official Star Wars artists Brian Rood and Christian Waggoner were hanging out in Darth's Mall during the last weekend showing off their skills as they worked on new projects and talked to fans next to the ACME Archives Limited gallery.



It was a great couple weekends with tons of fun and I look forward to the 2013 line up already. Thankfully, with Celebration VI coming right up, we won't have to wait long for more Star Wars in the Orlando area.
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