Secret photo reveals Darth Vader in World War 2

Indonesian artist Agan Harahap likes to create interesting political commentary by photoshopping fictional figures into famous photographs. We're not exactly sure what it's all supposed to mean, but it's pretty to look at. Our favorite is this one of Darth Vader at the Yalta Conference in 1945. Another good one is Batman, below, addressing paratroopers at Greenham Common Airfield in England just before they embark on the invasion of Europe. You can see the rest of his work over here. We first saw it over on The Awesomer.

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