ByTom Perkins, writer at
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Tom Perkins

With the release of Star Wars 7: The Force Awakens just over the horizon, Disney are well into their full flow of marketing the movie. They are still giving us new details and footage almost every week!

Just recently, Well-known British magazine Empire released six new different covers for the upcoming movie. Giving an a bigger and better look at some familiar faces and some old ones!

As you can see, we have Rey and BB-8 on the right, Captain Phasma and First Order Stormtroopers in the middle and Finn wielding Anakin's lightsaber on the right.

If you look closely, you can also see on the covers a small scale picture of a ship, each different for each character. Now I am no expert, but I am sure this is giving a good hint on who can be seen inside each ship!

Rey (as we have all guessed by now) is still riding the new speeder from the trailers.

With Captain Phasma and her badass armour, she is also seen to be attached to the new Star Destroyer, the Finalizer.

While not being a ship we don't recognise, it's definitely a favourite! Finn has a Tie Fighter as a part of his magazine cover, almost certainly the same ship that we see crashed on Jakku in the trailers.

The next three set of posters are definitely just as awesome!

Once again you can see that each character's ships have been shown.

With Poe, we see the return of another fan favourite, the X-Wing! I love the sleek black design along with the orange strips, whether it be Poe's personal touch or not, he takes down the First Order in style!

I don't necessarily believe this is Kylo Ren's personal ship, but I do believe, like with Darth Vader, it is his own command shuttle.

Along with Han and Chewie, one of the most popular ships has made it's triumphed return, the Millennium Falcon.

Just like the last two covers, these new six are incredible! The details and colours ratios are great and we have confirmation about Finn's TIE fighter! What do you think? Love 'em, hate 'em? Let me know!


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