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Family Guy: Blue Harvest Lithograph Something, Something, Something, Darkside
Jay Cochran - August 07, 2008

Unveiled at Comic-Con International 2008 in San Diego, this limited edition piece is available for 3 weeks only. After three weeks (ending August 28, 2008), the poster will not be available again until 2009, if supply is available.

Family Guy and Star Wars fans can both appreciate the clever re-imagining of the famous international Empire Strikes Back poster recently revealed at the San Diego Comic-Con for the upcoming Family Guy sequel, Something, Something, Something, Darkside!

For this limited edition litho, the original Empire cast has been replaced by the signature players of Family Guy -- Peter, Lois, Chris, Brian and more! Even the logo and credits emulate those seen on the original Empire poster!

ACME Archives is now offering a beautiful 13"x19" lithograph of this soon-to-be-classic image, which will arrive flat on a backer board and sleeve. This will be a limited edition of just 1,000 hand-numbered pieces, and will include a certificate of authenticity.

Don't miss this rare chance to grab an unusual piece of Star Wars cross-over memorabilia that will look fantastic displayed alone or next to the original Family Guy: Blue Harvest" litho (which was also offered in this size)!

Head over to to get yours while supplies last.


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