Try to watch it only once. Just try.
Star Wars has seen millions of redesigns, from steampunk to medieval, Anime to velvet painting. But few are as exciting as DeviantArt user Denis Medri's vision of the classic characters as teenagers from the '80s.
Make sure you see the whole set, including Yoda as a Mr. Miyagi archetype, and the Imperials as a hoodlum biker gang.
Han gets down to a remixed version of Jason Derulo's "Ridin' Solo" -- "I'm Han Solo," natch -- in a dance-off against Lando Calrissian. No matter who wins, we all lose.
Kinect Star Wars is out tomorrow, so you still have one more night to think about how much you really want that R2-D2 Xbox.
Pop-culture painter James Hance returns with another Star Wars mashup featuring Han and Leia. This time, he's portrayed the galactic power couple in the sentimental style of Norman Rockwell, copying the poses from Rockwell's iconic "Boy and Girl Gazing at the Moon."
Hance has replaced Rockwell's bright-orange harvest moon with the twin suns of Tatooine, and swapped out the family dog for his adorable Chewbacca teddy-wookiee, "Wookiee the Chew."
"Little Rebels" prints are available at Hance's site.
They come in red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown and black, but strangely not in carbonite grey. Still, they'd probably make a great gift for kids who want to be bounty hunters or wax museum proprietors when they grow up.
If you're hoping to actually draw with your Star Wars crayons, though, the R2-D2 model might be a better choice.