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Star Wars has been a cultural force for over four decades now, and while there have been periods of time where we’ve gone a decade or more between new trips to the galaxy far, far away, we won’t have to wait too long for new in-canon Star Wars stories, thanks to Disney+. And while the classic T’s are always cool, we’ve seen lots of cool new designs in the past few years. Here are some of our favorite Star Wars t-shirts, that are either taken from more recent projects or that look back at the old school films with a new attitude.
Do Not Eat That
The Child, aka “Baby Yoda,” put Star Wars in the cultural conversation more than the last five films did… and helped to make The Mandalorian “must see TV” (no doubt helping Disney+ enjoy a spectacular launch). And he was fascinated with lots of weird stuff, and occasionally ate weird stuff. He divided fans when he ate unfertilized eggs, which represented the last of the Frog Lady’s ancestral line. The shirt is cute even if someone doesn’t get the context. But for those who do, it’s a great conversation starter.
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There Are Not Many Jedi Left
Clearly, The Child and the Mandalorian himself were the two biggest characters in the first live-action Star Wars series. But fans were thrilled when Ahsoka Tano, a character that was first introduced in the 2008 animated series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, was brought to life by Rosario Dawson in season two of The Mandalorian. “There are not many Jedi left” is a quote from Season 2, Episode 5 “The Jedi,” where Ahsoka informs the Mandalorian of the low number of Jedi left in the galaxy.
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This Is The Way
It may not be as ubiquitous as “May The Force Be With You” — yet — “This is the way” is the way that Mandalorians explain their strict code. It’s kind of a catch-all for anyone who doesn’t understand their strict code.
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Don’t Make Me Use The Force
OK, this one isn’t a quote from the films, but the shirt is a nice tribute to the late, great Carrie Fisher, aka General Leia. Yes, we know that a lot of fans still think of her as “Princess Leia,” but please, respect her rank. It’s General.
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The Classic Logo
New characters, new designs, and new references are always cool. But sometimes the classics just work. And whether you saw the first Star Wars film, 1977’s Star Wars (now referred to as “A New Hope”), in the theater when it first opened, or at home on demand, you’ll remember the thrill of seeing that logo appear on the screen 20 seconds into the film, right after “A long time ago, in a galaxy far away…”).
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Whether you’re needing a gift for a friend or wanting to show your love for the world, these Star Wars t-shirts are perfect for any fan.