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Pickle Comics: George Lucas’s Vision

Pickle Comics: George Lucas's Vision

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Booger T

Booger T is a demented misanthrope from Ann Arbor, MI. Denzel Jefferson is Booger's brother who doesn't believe the internet is a real thing. They write Alpha Men together in their parents' station wagon over cheap vodka and stolen weed. More comics available at ihatecomics.com

  • I_am_better



  • Do You Know Who I Am ?


  • No end of the world for the wicked.

  • Homeward Bound Zissou


  • franks_television

    That’s hilarious.

  • I_am_better

    So that giant doomsday bunker under Skywalker Ranch was for nothing

  • Toruk_Makto

    I almost feel bad for the Star Wars fanatics. Almost. But the constant shitting on George & his contributions has lead me to conclude they deserve their fate.

    Proceed…Star Wars…on your way to banality.

  • Stalkeye
  • KilliK


  • KilliK

    fuck, indeed, George, fuck indeed.

  • The_Troll_King


  • The SW fanboys deserve all the pain they can get since the day one of them turned Star Trek into a dumbed down pale copy of one of the SW movies and the vast majority of said fanboys applauded the effort. I suspect the same fanbouys would had hated if somebody had done the inverse and turned a Sw movie into a pale dumbed down copy of Star Trek. I suspect they wouldn’t had been amused.

  • “Tarkin, you fool, not that planet!! Now you have to pay for it”

  • Hummmm… is Lucas a Scientologist now? I always though he would be too much a rationalist to fall into that. Old age, perhaps?

  • Stalkeye

    And Donald Trump who “somehow” managed to survive (Obviously, he could afford to purchase his own private Space shuttle in case of situations such as this.) sued The Galactic Empire for Gazillions. As a result, the Empire filed for bankruptcy and the galaxy was safe…however…


  • Toruk_Makto

    I was going to post a story scenario for Star Wars that would really serve them their just desserts as it destroys what Star Wars was all about…then it occurred to me that I didn’t need to.

    JJ and Co. already did.

  • Well, it will work for some of the fanboys, but not all, especially those who will see the new movie, or already have proclaimed it to be, the second coming of Star Wars: A New Hope.

  • Toruk_Makto

    I’ve found with Abrams that it’s usually not the initial helping that gets you…it’s the aftertaste.

    It won’t dawn on them until they look back on the film years from now and wonder why it presents them with a feeling of emptiness. They won’t view it with hate…but they won’t view with ecstatic joy either…it will be..simply..there..inert.

    From that point on a slow but steady waning into obscurity awaits. Let it be said. Let it be done.

  • So say we all!
    For the Abrams Treks, in think the second movie did opened some people’s eyes, though I have seen still too many who insist the first movie has merit, even if they hated the second. It’s like they resist to admit they were had by the first movie and by Abrams and deposited in the second movie all their frustrations with him and both movies. Or something like that, perhaps.
    The thing that still befuddles me about the fandom and Abrams is people’s reluctance to see flaws in him and always giving him the benefit of the doubt time and again, no matter what, when if it was some other director they would had already threw the statue down and melted it. I truly believe there is a cult of personality going on with Abrams. It’s strange.