Freshly scanned – my latest Star Wars ads for film, toys and merchandise

Star Wars S.H.Figuarts catalogue. C 2017. Japan.

Today’s post brings a formidable fleet of Star Wars goodies in print form. Featuring Japanese catalogues, adverts, newsletters, and chirashi movie posters… this post is certain to draw attention from both Imperial and Rebel forces across the galaxy!

Enjoy šŸ™‚


S.H.Figuarts action figures and models catalogue. Japan. 2017


Japanese Chirashi 4-sided The Last Jedi poster with Anime style cover from Korona Cinema World. Japan. 2017

Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Anime style Korona Cinema World. 4 sided chirashi. 2017. Japan.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Korona Cinema World 4 sided chirashi. 2017.


I Am Your Father. Japanese chirashi poster. 2015

I Am Your Father. Japanese chirashi. 2015.


JP Star Wars merchandise catalogue. Japan. 2019


Star Wars 10th Anniversary Celebration Program, 1990, US, and Palitoy Boba Fett large size action figure offer, 1980, UK


The Hulu Times. Vol. 1. Japan. 2018


Star Wars Masters of Teras Kasi on PlayStation 1. 1998. US


As always, thanks for looking, and MTFBWY šŸ™‚

10 thoughts on “Freshly scanned – my latest Star Wars ads for film, toys and merchandise

  1. Hi TVTA, another great collection which obviously interests me a lot but I’m slightly worried about the “I am your Father” chirashi. Is that supposed to be Senator/Emperor Palpatine because it looks more like Dave Prowse than it does Ian McDiarmid!

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      • Hi again, thank the Force! I wasn’t sure if my eyes were deceiving me but thinking about it it makes sense for Dave Prowse’s image to be there as he was the man in the suit all those years!

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      • I should have shown the reverse image of it too. Couple of pics of Prowse in makeup at the studio, and even without the helmet on he just has ‘that distinct’ Vader profile and presence. If Wooof goes down into the scanning room today I’ll get him to make a quick scan and add it to the post, so you can see what I mean.

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      • Yes. And I think most are honestly. Just a few who are really upset and go to some lengths to state it. For me it’s a generation thing – my films were the late 70s early 80s. The next gen was the late 90s early 2000s. The more recent films are for kids nowadays. Basically, you have some adults complaining about a film meant for kids coz it’s not as good as the ones they liked when they were ten šŸ™‚
        Ok, I could get flamed for that, and it does go a bit deeper, but not much tbh.
        As for George Lucas… he’s an artist, he can do what he likes with his art.
        Star Wars films… they’re a bit like Marmite šŸ¤£ šŸ™‚

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