Think your childhood memories have recovered? Think again.
Comic artist and illustrator Denis Medri reimagined Star Wars as an awesome 1980’s high school. These are definitely the cool droids you were looking for.
Chewbacca and R2D2 were traitors.
I kind of wanted to include this as a treat to myself, just to imagine the spike in blood pressure from nerds once again seeing Star Wars labeled as a kids movie. Which it is. Am I kidding? Do you have toys? I digress. Some dopes out there find it hard to accept that maybe some stories are just… pretty straightforward. In their mind, R2D2 is a spy who avoids getting his memory deleted and purposefully manipulates everyone around him to avoid getting captured and help the Rebels. He often does so by communicating with “fellow super spy” Chewbacca, who uses stupid ol’ Han Solo, a mere puppet of a pilot, to do his every nefarious bidding. Let’s slow down for a second. Star Wars is pretty much the oldest tale in the book, a prototypical hero’s journey. There are good guys and there are bad guys. There are some twists and turns, of course, but this is not Dostoevsky. Chewy is a big furry thing, R2D2 is a little beepy thing. They do stuff, kids enjoy them, shut up. Keep Reading
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Comic Con is this weekend and you know what that means? That’s right! Thousands of socially awkward people crammed into a tiny space! Here’s some images to get you pumped for all the wedgies coming your way. [Click to see full gallery]
The drunk is strong with this one.
R2 pee too.