In a calendar that is. If you’re old-fashioned like me and still use those printed calendar thingies, the pickings are slim for fans who like all of the saga represented. You’d think they were producing 1997 calendars!
For the U.S. market, your choices consist of the misnamed Star Wars Saga Wall Calendar which limits the saga to only Eps IV-VI; the Star Wars Saga Poster Calendar which at least has a single image of Jango Fett’s helmet, probably because some employee mixed him up with Boba Fett; the Darth Vader and Son Calendar, which is derived from the cute book of the same name but that is mostly Eps IV-VI; the Angry Birds Star Wars calendar which features only the Eps IV-VI Angry Bird characters; and the Star Wars Saga Desk Calendar, which is one of those things you rip out a page every day. That one sounds like it has some prequel stuff in it, but since I can’t look at all 365 pages, I can’t be sure. Clone Wars calendars? Don’t make me laugh!
Just another indication that after nearly a decade after ROTS, Lucasfilm isn’t doing a very good job really integrating the saga. Star Wars is still just two trilogies that have nothing to do with each other with opposing fan bases, and clearly the OT one is the more important.
Looks like we’ll just have to make our own.