21 January 2013 11:13 AM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

After 35 years of creating Star Wars posters, artist Drew Struzan has attempted to retire, but may be lured back by the siren call of Disney's new Star Wars trilogy.  In fact, Struzan himself reports that Disney has literally called him recently to possibly return in order to create posters for the new films.  While nothing is official at the moment, Struzan seems open to the idea if not overly enthusiastic about it.  For fans of Struzan's work, it would certainly be nice to see some new creations for Episodes 7, 8 and 9, and Struzan's involvement would also lend more consistency to the look of the franchise.  Hit the jump to see what Struzan had to say about the opportunity along with some examples of his work. In a recent interview with Fanhattan for his work on the SyFy series Being Human, Struzan revealed his possible involvement in creating posters for the new »

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