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Star Wars Celebration

Like the sign behind this adorable Princess Leia says, "Join the worldwide Star Wars family." Star Wars Celebration is a four-day fan festival that this year landed in Anaheim, Calif.

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A work of art

This stunning piece by artist Robert Xavier Burden is called "The 20th Century Space Opera."

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Stormtroopers, assemble!

Not sure if this group of Lego stormtroopers has noticed the giant human looming underneath them.

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Now that is a snappy spring ensemble

Quick, count all the Millennium Falcons you see in this person's outfit.

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The Twi'lek zone

It's amazing the variety of characters people dress up as at Celebration events.

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Us? Evil?

The addition of tutus takes a little of the evil edge off of Darth Vader and this stormtrooper. And yet they totally work with the outfits.

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Yub nub!

It's not a celebration without Ewoks!

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Sand. It gets everywhere.

The sandtroopers seem to have a fairly liberal intern program.

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Yodog?

When 900 years old you reach, look as adorable you will not.

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Everyone say 'nerfherder!'

It's always a good time for a group photo.

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The happy couple

I love to imagine that Han and Leia have a picture like this in an album: "Me in Boushh armor with Han, who's just hanging around."

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What is this, a convention? Oh, right.

That is a LOT of stormtroopers.

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Aren't they a little small to be stormtroopers?

Oh, I see. I wonder if this guy is working security to make sure no one knocks any of the action figures over.

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Lots o' Leias

It's neat to see the variations on this iconic outfit from 'Return of the Jedi.'

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Ballerinatrooper

Again, a tutu goes with stormtrooper armor much better than we'd have thought.

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Probably can't use this in the commuter lane

Honestly, I wouldn't mind commuting every now and then if I rode one of these.

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A dish best served cold

Chef Vader gets a little revenge on a Gungan fellow. Hey, one of those ears is a meal in itself!

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