Book Review: Star Wars Topps Classic Sticker Book

Book Review: Star Wars Topps Classic Sticker Book

The good ‘ol days; that's one of the things many of us reminisce about when discussing classic Star Wars memories and collectibles. Abrams' latest, the , helps add to our recollections with the first collection of vintage Topps stickers in one book. With more than 250 stickers to choose from, (with every one scanned from the originals) your trip down memory lane will be complete.  However, the  is so much more than that.

Topps Classic Sticker Book R2-D2

The stickers provided are actually stickers, too. You can remove them, place them on your lunchbox or notebook (I used to do this!), or keep them in the book as a collectible. And, with a $6.99 price point, it's an affordable item, full of memories. It also contains five pullout backgrounds (which are also identical to the classic sets from Star WarsThe Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi) you can add your stickers to. As an added bonus, there are eighteen bonus stickers from Journey to Star WarsThe Force Awakens.

The Star Wars Topps Classic Sticker Book from Abrams is a nice compliment to your Star Wars library and is full of all of the images you remember from the classic trilogy.

Note: A big thank you to Abrams for providing an advanced copy to review.

Enjoy some high resolutions pictures of some of the Classic Stickers below!

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Dan Zehr is the Host and Brand Director of the Star Wars podcast Coffee With Kenobi and is the co-author of The Star Wars Book. He is a Feature Blog Contributor for StarWars.com, as well as a writer for IGN, and is a prominent influencer in Star Wars fandom. He is also a prolific high school educator, who teaches Literature and Composition, and has a Master's Degree in Teaching and Learning.His work combining Star Wars and education garnered him a role in the Target Rogue One: A Star Wars Story commercial, as well as feature profiles in the Chicago Tribune, Illinois State University's Statewide Standard, and the Peoria Journal Star. He has also been interviewed in Good Morning, America, the HuffPost, Forbes, and Bloomberg. He resides in Illinois with his wife and three boys.

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