At San Diego Comic-Con this year, Hallmark is revealing products coming in 2019 — New itty bittys, Keepsake and Storytellers Ornaments, and more. You can see a preview of these products at the Hallmark’s booth (#2913-K) in the Lucasfilm Star Wars Pavilion during SDCC.

See highlights of the items below, and you can visit StarWars.com for the rest, along with an exclusive interview with Hallmark’s licensing creative manager, Christine Taylor.

itty bittys Queen Amidala and itty bittys Chewbacca (vintage action figure style), Han Solo (vintage action figure style), R2-Q5, and Darth Maul:

Luke Skywalker (Star Wars: A New Hope) and Scout trooper on speederbike (Star Wars: Return of the Jedi) Keepsake Ornaments:

Y-wing (Star Wars: A New Hope) from Hallmark’s Storyteller Collection:

Source: StarWars.com

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  1. Paul
    November 25, 2018 at 18:39 Reply

    The Hallmark advertising has indicated there are supposed to be two storyteller ornaments in 2018 and 2019 (there are seven connections on the plug string). Will there be another ornament in addition to the Y-Wing. Can’t think what that would be other than Biggs X-Wing. Was there any discussion of this at the convention?

    1. Lisa Dullard
      November 26, 2018 at 07:47 Reply

      From the StarWars.com interview with the designer linked above, there’s this bit of info:

      StarWars.com: Finally, anything you want to say — or tease — about what Hallmark has planned next year?

      Christine Taylor: We have a lot of products to share for 2019 and this is just a representation of a few of them. If you are at San Diego Comic-Con this week, New York Comic Con in October, and Star Wars Celebration in April, you can see these sneak peeks of up coming products in person! And several of the creators are there to talk about them, so feel free to ask us! But I will tease ONE MORE BIG REVEAL. The the second Storyteller launching in 2019, and last of the seven-ship set will be…the Imperial Star Destroyer! You heard it here first!

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