Star Wars: The Phantom Menace supporting character Jar Jar Binks has appeared in toys, comic books, books, episodes of The Clone Wars and posters. But what if he appeared in posters where he didn't actually belong? That's a question that's finally been asked ... and answered.
The Twilight franchise has seen its final film released. For Robert Pattinson, the question of what comes next is hard to ignore. When asked if he'd want to be in the new Star Wars films, he wisely said yes. What he said next, however, was a little less wise.
It's a noble effort, attempting to redeem the Achilles Heel of the Star Wars franchise with simple illustrations. But the gang at the Comic Twart collective do their level best, even if they don't show the Gungan much love.
The merry pranksters at Improv Everywhere have decided to send Star Wars' flopsy-mopsy Jar Jar Binks into one of the most inhospitable territories in this arm of the galaxy: The New York City subway system. And the indigenous life forms don't take to his brand of whimsy.