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The other day, my friend XBradTC sent along a link to a book that just screams The Force.
Seriously, I can not think of anything more macbethy or hamletty than Star Wars.
Enjoy your Friday!! 😀
But soft, what light through yonder window breaks? ‘Tis the dawn, and Juliet is *hummmmmmmm….* *whoosh!* *crackcrackcrack*……er….Juliet is a Sith?
I don’t think so. She fell for a Jedi mind trick and thought Romeo was dead 😉
Good. She could have done soooo much better than that freeloading, emo, whiny-bitch little turdburger that she settled for. Thus the scene above, where she goes all Vader-vs-ObiWan on his butt. And we all know how THAT turned out.
Best description EVAH 😆
That reeks of hardcore Sithy drama.
The blend of the helmet into the Shakespearean style adornment is masterful. Is it an actual true-to-life hardcover book? I would need to put it next to Wells, Verne, Shakespeare, and Calvin & Hobbes.
Yep, true to life book!!
I WANT LIKE BURNING!!!!
In this version, did Han draw his sword first, or did Greedo?
Han, verily 😀
Release date 7-2-13 (actual opening below)
“It is a period of civil war.
The spaceships of the rebels, striking swift
From base unseen, have gain’d a vict’ry o’er
The cruel Galactic Empire, now adrift.
Amidst the battle, rebel spies prevail’d
And stole the plans to a space station vast,
Whose pow’rful beams will later be unveil’d
And crush a planet: ’tis the DEATH STAR blast.
Pursu’d by enemy agents sinister and cold,
Now Princess Leia to her home doth flee
Deliv’ring plans and a new hope they hold:
Of bringing freedom to the galaxy.
In a time so long ago begins our play,
In star-crossed galazy far, far away.”
*bows low before the audience* (me hamming it up at bit)
Obi-wan hast tutored me well.