Since both of these are Star Wars related, we figured why not shove them together and force them to be friends? What both of these do have in common, though, is that they can represent the beginnings of the Star Wars franchise as it relates to teaching a young one (or two, or three, or a million) about the franchise from a galaxy far, far away. Sure, the "original trilogy" fan in you might scoff at introducing a little one to Episode I before Episode IV (let alone the fact that it's in 3D), but it is technically the beginning of the story, and maybe you can make it up to your inner 10-year-old by showing them this Star Wars alphabet. Not only will this help the little one learn their ABCs, but it'll also help them learn their Star Wars universe, with references to both the original trilogy and the prequels.
The Phantom Menace hits theaters in 3D (the first of six Star Wars films to be re-released in theaters, with one arriving each year) on February 10th.
[via Bleeding Cool and Geekologie]