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Sideshow Explores the Galaxy with Star Wars Mythos Fine Art Prints

Sideshow Explores the Galaxy with Star Wars Mythos Fine Art Prints

Sideshow is thrilled to announce a new way for collectors to celebrate the beloved Star Wars saga, with new Star Wars Mythos Fine Art Prints.

As a collection, Sideshow’s Mythos series are fine art collectibles that allow the collector to imagine what could have been, but maybe never was. Myths meant to be initiated by the eye and completed by the mind. The Star Wars Mythos Fine Art Prints will complement Sideshow’s Mythos line of statues and figures, giving collectors the opportunity to create dynamic displays of their Star Wars collectibles like never before.

The first piece in this collection is the Darth Maul- Dark Disciple Fine Art Print by Walter O’Neal, capturing the powerful Sith in a tableau of rage, discipline, and darkness. Limited to an edition of 500 pieces, each fine art print will be hand-signed by the artist.

Pre-orders for the framed edition of the Darth Maul- Dark Disciple Fine Art Print by Walter O’Neal will begin on Friday, July 20th between Noon-3pm PST, and will be priced at $260.

If supplies are available, unframed prints will be available for pre-order on Monday, July 23rd between Noon-3pm PST, priced at $100.

Fans can get the latest info on this exciting new fine art collectible by RSVPing via the link below:


Bring your collection to the furthest reaches of the galaxy with Sideshow’s Star Wars Mythos Fine Art Prints.
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