Star Wars: The Force Awakens may not be due for another eight months, but that doesn’t mean promotional art can’t start appearing.

The entire Star Wars saga is very much on people’s minds right now with the first six films having finally made it to digital platforms and the Star Wars Celebration kicking off in California. Seeing as props, costumes and more from Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be on display at the fan convention, it seems inevitable more material is going to start appearing. Thursday morning saw five pieces of new promotional art start that rush along with a lone picture.

Four of the five promotional art images feature the new Sith lord Kylo Ren, with the fifth focusing on what has been dubbed the “chrome Stormtrooper” (rumored to be named ‘Captain Phasma’) and a new variation of the soldiers being called “incinerator troopers.”

The other image which appears to be taken from some form of book shows our best look yet at the new Stormtrooper and the update guns.

As to the validity of these images, there is of course some doubt, although the number of them, coupled with the detail would certainly lead you to believe they are real. Additionally, Indie Revolver – a source of many leaks of late – said that it can confirm the promotional art as real.

There are sure to be many more leaks in the lead up to Star Wars: The Force Awakens hitting theaters on Dec. 18. Everyone just stay on target.