Japanese artist Taro Yamamoto's artwork, in which he substituted Star Wars’ Rey and droid BB-8 for Fujin, the Wind God, and the deadly Kylo Ren for Raijin, the Thunder God. Armed with lightsabres, they float on wispy clouds hovering over a stunning golden foil backdrop as they prepare to duel to the death.

Chinese interest in Star Wars dwarfed by buzz in Japan and Korea ahead of premiere

Space opera franchise is admittedly fairly new to Chinese cinema-goers, but web chatter in Japan ahead of today’s opening of Star Wars: The Force Awakens was way higher than in China

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Japanese artist Taro Yamamoto's artwork, in which he substituted Star Wars’ Rey and droid BB-8 for Fujin, the Wind God, and the deadly Kylo Ren for Raijin, the Thunder God. Armed with lightsabres, they float on wispy clouds hovering over a stunning golden foil backdrop as they prepare to duel to the death.
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