Patrick Stewart and Liam Neeson face off, Star Trek vs. Star Wars-style

In the latest chapter in the simmering sci-fi feud—which was escalated recently by William Shatner, Carrie Fisher and George Takei, each trying to make their case for galactic dominance—U.K. talk show host Graham Norton tried to put an end to it all with an Action Figure Deathmatch.

So, who will prove triumphant, the herky-jerky figure (and piggy bank) of Liam Neeson's Qui-Gon Jinn or the teensy, illuminated version of Patrick Stewart's Captain Jean-Luc Picard? (Hint: It's also who'd win in a real fight.)

I do like the bemused look on Neeson's face, which makes it clear that he's never seen this toy with his face on it before, let alone watched it do a tiny, lightsaber-swinging lap dance.

(Via The Mary Sue).

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