Posted by Adam on November 8, 2013 at 12:54 AM CST
The limited edition t-shirt site Cosmos Tees has posted a cool Star Wars mash-up titled Anatomy Of A Sith Lord, which will be available for a very limited time only.

Based on the classic 1959 movie Anatomy of a Murder starring James Stewart and Lee Remick, among others, this t-shirt shows Vader on the operating table, the words spread across his body.

Priced at $12, Anatomy Of A Sith Lord is available to order here, but don't delay, as a new Sci-Fi t-shirt will take its place on Monday 11th November!

Thanks to Rebelscum reader Sam for letting us know about this!
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