Posted by Adam on October 30, 2013 at 02:21 AM CST
The two limited-run Collector's Editions of Star Wars: A New Hope, Original Radio Drama are now shipping.

Coming in both a "Light Side" and a "Dark Side" version, with each including an original Topps collector's card, illustrated by Matt Busch and Randy Martinez respectively, the Collector's Editions of Star Wars: A New Hope, Original Radio Drama features the following:
  • Limited 7,500 print run

  • Topps Star Wars Illustrated: A New Hope card that corresponds to the package cover art

  • 6 hours of the Star Wars Original Radio drama, with a cast led by Mark Hamill and Anthony Daniels, John Williams’ iconic score, and Ben Burtt’s irreplaceable sound effects

  • 35 minutes of rare bonus audio: 'The Making of the Radio Drama' audio documentary, interviews, and promo spots created for the original radio broadcast

  • 12-page booklet featuring images from the recording sessions and the Star Wars: A New Hope movie

So just to make it clear, the two editions are identical in content except for the cover art and corresponding Topps card.
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