Tested All Over the World: The Star Wars Punch Out and Play Book


Every once in awhile something really fun pops up in the post office box--or, in this case, punches out in the post office box. Michael and Karan Feder's Star Wars: Punch Out and Play! is one such book, and as such we thought it deserved a little nontrad coverage. You can punch out (or, er, carefully separate out) 12 iconic Star Wars characters and, as the ad copy says, create a dozen free-standing paper dolls to "decorate your home, office, or any place in need of some intergalactic inspiration and transport yourself to a galaxy far, far away."

Well, here at Omnivoracious, we've decided to stress-test this concept--not all over the galaxy, but at least all over the world...er, or at least three continents and four countries. We've sent copies of Star Wars: Punch Out and Play! to five bloggers renowned for their imagination and experience staging cardboard scenes. (They're also all excellent readers, whose book recommendations really mean something.) Starting in mid-May, I'll report back with photos of their efforts and we'll find out just how fun this book is to play around with...er, punch out.

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