Darth Vader and Son, Darth Vader by Jeffrey Brown | | BooktopiaSpoiler alert: Darth Vader is the father to a certain somebody. You knew that already, right? If not, you'll be sort of missing the whole point of this book, so before you keep reading go look up Machete Order and watch the Star Wars series, and then come back. Cartoonist Jeffrey Brown has envisioned a hilarious world in which Darth Vader has custody of little Luke. He's still Darth Vader, mind you, but he's also a dad, with all that it entails: Vader trying to have a conversation with the Emperor while Luke pokes at him, trying to get his attention; "When I was your age, we didn't even have Star Destroyers"; the awkward response when Luke asks why it's called a "Death Star. Brown takes a lot of classic lines from Star Wars and re-imagines them in light of a father-and-son relationship, and it's hilarious.
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of Darth Vader raising a four-year-old Luke Skywalker, the book twists father/son moments into scenarios within the Star Wars playground.
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Upcoming "Darth Vader and Son" imagines Lord Vader as a regular old helmet-wearing genocidal father of a 4-year-old. When " Darth Vader and Son " comes out next week, we'll finally get an idea. The new illustrated book imagines Lord Vader raising Luke Skywalker, and helps answer the long-burning question: what's the Dark Lord like at home? Like any father, Domesticated Darth wants his son's approval "Do you like the eggs I made? But he also knows he has to be an authority figure first. Trick-or-treating is fine, but Jar Jar Binks dolls are simply not allowed in the Vader household. If films have taught me one lesson, it's that if you have an emotionally distant father you're going to grow up to be an alcoholic unable to maintain healthy relationships.