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Poe Dameron Joins 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Character Posters

The latest 'Episode VII' treat is here

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Poe Dameron

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New lead Oscar Isaac (Ex Machina, Drive, Inside Llewyn Davis) is X-wing pilot Poe Dameron in Episode VII:The Force Awakens. He’s looking like a classic Star Wars character in the making.

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Kylo Ren

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Our trusty villain, played by Girls and Lincoln actor Adam Driver, dons his Vader-meets-aardvark mask and injects terror into our Jedi souls. His lightsaber, which became famous the instant we saw it had two extra little cross-forming blades, looks a little extra fuzzy around the edges, like its power is too much to sustain a perfectly straight blade.

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Who's Rey? We still have no idea, although she featured pretty heavily in the latest trailer. (Her 23-year-old real-life counterpart, Daisy Ridley, had a wonderfully emotional reaction to the clip's premiere.) But she's one of our new main characters, and she's got a killer stare. We expect Rey to be a major player in the new Star Wars trilogy.

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Ah, John Boyega's Stormtrooper who somehow ends up with a dope blue lightsaber. Did he turn to the Jedi side or was he operating undercover in the first place? He wouldn't be the first good guy to sneakily don the white armor...

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Han Solo

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Holy power converters, this is a big one. Han Solo, blaster in hand, stubble stubblin', staring us dead in the face with a pensive look in his eyes. This photo reminds us more of real-life Harrison Ford and maybe Ender's Game Harrison Ford than it does Han Solo—a little smirk would've gone a long way.

None of that's to say we aren't feverishly excited to see our dude Han.

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Leia Organa (Organa-Solo?)

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Hands down the biggest poster of the bunch. Look at Leia! Look how stern she looks! Look at thing in her ear, and those green holographic lines around her. We're getting a feeling she's upgraded to General Leia by the time The Force Awakens picks up 30ish years after Return of the Jedi. We'll find out on Dec. 18.

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