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Royal Mail has released some gorgeous new Star Wars stamps


The Mandalorian is doing great things on Disney+ for Star Wars. It is the most in-demand original streaming show in the United States, beating our Stranger Things! For the week of 17th November to 23rd November 23, Parrot Analytics* had The Mandalorian making over 100 million “demand expressions,” but Stranger Things only had 81 million.

Meanwhile, we have got Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker due out near the end of December. With the schism created by Rian Johnson’s The Last Jedi and J.J. Abrams only just finishing Rise of Skywalker on Sunday 24th November after reports of various reshoots and multiple endings, it remains to be seen how the final film in the Disney Saga will actually do at the box office.

However, we have the wonderful memories of the original trilogy to keep us going along with The Mandalorian (if it is available to stream in your location). With that in mind, Royal Mail have released some gorgeous new stamps to commemorate the galaxy far, far away.

There are twelve stamps in total and they feature characters from the Original Trilogy, Prequel Trilogy, and the Disney Trilogy. They are all beautifully done. Darth Maul once again proving he is one of the coolest looking characters in the Star Wars universe.

You can check them out below and, if they take your fancy, you can order them here.

*Parrot Analytics is a company that provides insight into audience demand for television content, had Stranger Things at the top of their in-demand list of streaming shows in the U.S. for 21 weeks, since its debut back in July. This is determined by measuring what they call “demand expressions,” which is meant to reflect the desire, engagement, and viewership of a series weighted by importance. It’s extremely different from your average ratings system typically done by Nielsen.

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