Whoa, what did I tell you about ad-libbing to pad your part, Hamill? Somebody do something to shut him up!
WHOA! Not like that, Princess! Believe me, you're gonna regret this by the third movie! And there'll be a whole lotta awkward moments around the palace at Coruscant, trust me. So just move along here, folks...nothing to see here, nothing to see...
Hands up all those who believe Lucas really did have the whole saga plotted out at this point. Put your hand down, Supershadow!
Obi-Wan Kenobi: he's here to kick ass and chew bantha gum. And he's all out of bantha gum.
Labored science fiction metaphor coming up in five...four...three...
"You forget, my former master...in this universe, we call spoons 'personal consumption concaves!"
By the way, why is "The Force" in quotes throughout the entire comic? It makes it sound as if they don't quite believe in it. Either that, or Jack Kirby is doing the dialogue.
"Alec Guinness here, kids, reminding you of the dangers of plugging in a toaster while in the bathtub. I'm dead now. Don't do like I did."
Hamill! What did I tell you about ad-libbing! And stop doing your Cagney impression! Somebody shut him...
...Now cut that out!
Warning: this scene does not take place in the movie.
This one, either. Exciting tho', ain't they?
Thus perishes one of the noblest heroes of the Star Wars saga...Lt. Tono Porkins. I'm so pleased his best friends remember him by a dignified nickname.
Say, does it smell like bacon in here?
I'll take "Things Darth Vader Wouldn't Really Say" for two hundred, Alex.
HAMILL! Stop doing that!
And thus the Star Wars comic adaptation ends, but not without Roy Thomas trying to fill in the S-canon backstory of why the Wookiee didn't get a medal. What, they don't have stepladders in outer space, Leia?
So, there it is. Star Wars. And if you missed it...
Here it is again...the entire movie in one easy-to-digest super-recapping splash page.
And, just in case you blinked and missed it...well, here's another one.
And another one, brought to you in glorious Cinnabon-vision.
And here's...hey, what the Sam Scratch is goin' on here? The Star Wars comic books have more freakin' flashbacks than an episode of Friends!
Still. Star Wars, huh, everybody? Star Wars. Where men are men, Wookiees are Wookiees, Jedi are extinct, and Princess don't wear bras.