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Mark Hamill LOVED This Kid’s Star Wars Comic

Every once in a while the internet gives us a gem. Today, let your internet gem be Narwars, a short comic that parodies the plot to Star Wars in the best way imaginable…

Every character is a Narwhal!



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If you don’t know what a Narwhal is then here is a cartoon depiction one dancing around adorably. | Image via Dribble.


You have to see this short comic that has writers, podcasters, and even the Jedi Master himself, Mark Hamill, talking!



The title of this creative comic is Nar Wars: The Tale of Narth Veader.

Based on the character Darth Vader, this kid’s comic follows the story of Narth Veader, as the title already hints. But so far we only have one page introducing us to the comic.



Hundreds have already retweeted the posts and to make things even more exciting Mark Hamill himself chimed in!



And these words of wisdom were given as well.



I’d like to wish this kid good luck, but I think the force is already on her side. With so many people talking about this comic, and Mark Hamill giving his approval, I smell a movie deal coming to fruition!

Only time will tell if Narth Veader is given his spotlight on the red carpet.



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These New Star Wars Books Shine a Light on “The Last Jedi”

As “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” looms like the Death Star over Alderaan, fans are itching for any information they can get. Del Rey Books has got us covered, though, with their new banner entitled “Journey to Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”


Leia: Princess of Alderaan cover, which shows Princess Leia lowering the hood of her gown.

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“Leia: Princess of Alderaan” by Claudia Gray is a coming-of-age novel about Princess Leia Organa. The story will follow Princess Leia before we see her receive the Death Star plans in “Rogue One.” Gray’s young adult novel will show how a young royal can become involved in a galactic rebellion.


The cover of Legends of Luke Skywalker is a collage of Luke Skywalker throughout generations.

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“The Legends of Luke Skywalker” by Ken Liu will give fans more information on the whereabouts of Luke Skywalker between the events of “Return of the Jedi” and “The Force Awakens.” Entertainment Weekly describes this series of stories as having a similar structure to “The Canterbury Tales.” On their way to Canto Bight, a group of children share tall tales of the jedi master, but they may or may not be true.


Cover of Phasma, which is a simple headshot of Captain Phasma's helmet.

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“Phasma” by Delilah S. Dawson will be an asynchronous telling of Captain Phasma’s backstory. Last we saw her was Finn promising to toss her into a trash compactor at the end of “The Force Awakens.” Marvel will release a comic series explaining how she escaped that mess, but Dawson’s novel will provide more information on how she became a captain of the First Order to begin with.


“The Last Jedi” comes to theaters December 15, 2017.


Featured image courtesy of Vanity Fair