This is a new type of release for me. I have dabbled in some other Star Wars releases, but never Star Wars Galaxy. I wasn’t very familiar with the previous releases, but decided to take the plunge. Galaxy features contains cards of various artwork, rather than images directly from the source. While it gives you some fun re-imaginings, not every piece is a win. Overall, it’s a very fun release, though.
The first thing to really jump out at me is just the size of the box. It seems with modern releases, a sealed box is a fairly compact unit. This is not. Instead of a small footprint, this is a similar size to an 80s wax box. There’s a lot of air inside the box, but the packs are presented more than just packed in.
The release contains a number of parallels, plus a handful of insert sets, all featuring artwork. Each box contains 24 packs of 8 cards. It advertises 2 hits per box, including 1 autograph. The autograph checklist is rather large, so you may dig pretty deep with your hit.
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