“This Could Be It, Sweetheart” by Nicolas Bannister


This lovely print of the Millennium Falcon in the Asteroid field is by French comic book artist Nicolas Bannister and it will soon be available at SDCC at the Acme Archives stand. This is limited to an edition size of 395 and is available for $40 plus postage here.

BannisterNicolas released a very nice series of prints featuring various cult vehicles from the rear left quarter, so I’m really pleased that he’s finally gotten around to the Falcon.

I don’t know about you, but that monochromatic look really suits the Falcon and makes the engines just pop out of the image.

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About mffanrodders

A keen Star Wars collector since 1977, my collection focus seems to have taken on a turn towards Han Solo's iconic Star Ship. Why the Millennium Falcon? No one else seemed to have one at the time and it was fair to say that i had difficulty resisting the higher end models. My friend, icruise from Rebelscum has a superb blog for his Jabba the Hutt collection, I thought that i'd start this blog to chart my own collection of Millennium Falcon related stuff as it increases. Well, that was the plan but it now seems to be more about cataloguing any Millennium Falcon item in general now so that i can come back to them later.
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2 Responses to “This Could Be It, Sweetheart” by Nicolas Bannister

  1. Brian says:

    I like the idea and style very much though I’d prefer to see other side. That perspective doesn’t show any of the very distinctive features of the ship such as the dish or especially the cockpit, making the saucer part look a bit dull.

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