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Scenes from Luke Skywalker’s childhood if Darth Vader had been a good dad

Apr 17, 2012 By Abraham 24

From the book Darth Vader and Son by Jeffrey Brown

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(via The Curious Brain)

24 Comments

  1. elias says:

    The majorr flaw in this cartoon is that if darth vader were good he wouldn’t be darth vader in the first place he would be Anakin.
    Nevertheless it was quite enjoyable.

      1. Jon says:

        The nerdiest reply ought to be pointing out that TIE fighters don’t carry their own breathable atmosphere – hence the masks all pilots wear. Hence Luke is in trouble in that picture…

    1. Lisa says:

      It doesn’t say if Darth Vader had been good, it says if he had been a good dad. Even bad guys can spend quality time with their sons.

  2. Athena says:

    anyone else totally love the stab at the old arguement of who shot first in the last cell? who shot first han or greedo? I love it!

  3. Ted says:

    Well, I’m sure Jeffrey Brown’s thrilled you copied every available image off Amazon so your readers won’t actually have to buy the book.

  4. Terra says:

    Tis is ilarious. I need tis book. (sorry about te lak of te letters, my keyboard is broken. As a grammar nazi at eart tis is driing me nuts.)

    1. Tommi says:

      why not just use your on-screen keyboard? start–>all programs–>accessories–>ease of access–>on-screen keyboard.

  5. Robin Hodson says:

    alt-097 (numeric keypad) on a PC, should give you “h”, which you can put in a macro in a text editor or something.

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