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Star Wars Figures Made from Doll Parts: More Freaky Than Mos Eisley Cantina

by Conner Flynn
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These freaky looking Star Wars toys mixed with doll parts aren’t exactly my thing, but I have to give them credit for their creepiness. There’s nothing more disturbing than dolls and when you play Doctor Frankenstein by mixing them with other parts.

These come from GeekyVixen on Etsy, who makes a bunch of doll mash-ups. These Star Wars versions are the weirdest. You want a AT-ST with a giant baby head? Check. A TIE Fighter with a baby head? Check. How about R2-D2 with baby feet and a baby head. You got it.

Hit the link above for more images of her work that are sure to give you nightmares. The only thing I didn’t see on her page that is missing is Jar Jar with baby parts. That I would like to see.

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[via Obvious Winner]

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