Leia is one of the most important characters in all of the Star Wars movies, and one of my favorite women in Cinema. I wanted the portrait of her reflect not only my feelings toward the character of Princess Leia, but also to be in memoriam of Carrie Fisher as most of us remember her. While brainstorming for what we wanted to do on the sleeve, I had thought about how to do that, and my artist Ian Simon had the idea to do these blue and red undertones throughout the portrait, a kind of force ghost/ethereal look to her. It came out simply amazing. Pictures (as usual) don’t do it justice, but it definitely honors the memory of the Princess Leia. Thank you for giving us hope in these dark times,
For first time in my life a movie suddenly shudder my body , this is the best movie ever made in Star Wars saga since 1977 almost 40 years ago and still astonishing that’s the one for sure I will never forget I’m speechless Rest In Peace.
I swear should be a dog toy tester. She can rip apart anything you give her. She’s had Mr. Reindeer since Boxing Day. He no longer had arms, legs, antlers, his scarf or his nose. Sadly Mr. Reindeer is now just a ball covered in brown fabric. I feel sad for Mr. Reindeer . Oh puppy some days you are just too much. But we love you to bits anyways! — feeling sad.