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What If Dr. Seuss Wrote Star Wars?


I grew up reading a whole lot of Dr. Seuss. I also happen to be a huge Star Wars fan. So you can understand my excitement when I saw three limited-edition prints by former Disney animator and character artist Jason Peltz that combined these two together in the most seamless way possible.


The cover above is a play on one of Dr. Seuss’s most-beloved titles, One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. Only instead of fish, we’ve got droids instead.


This one right here takes on one of Dr. Seuss’s most famous books featuring his very famous cat. But instead of The Cat in the Hat, we’ve got Yoda with his signature can instead.


Finally, we’ve got a Wookiee taking on the cover for the book entitled There’s a Wocket in My Pocket. See what they did there?

[via BuzzFeed via Geeks Are Sexy]

Comments (1):

  1. Borque says:

    Jason Peltz should be bludgeoned with a large rock for this. I wouldn’t wish the Dr. Seuss treatment on any movie series, TV series, animated movie, graphic novel, made for TV movie, afterschool special, theatrical production, puppet show, fairy tale, nursery rhyme, fable, video game, shadow puppet, Noh, pinball machine, ViewMaster reel, cave painting…well, you get the picture (a picture with no Seuss).

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