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Slave Padme Action Figure: Leia’s Mother Dresses Like Her Daughter

by Conner Flynn

Man I hated the prequels, but they had one thing going for them. Padmé Amidala was easy on the eyes – even if we didn’t get to see her in a scantily clad slave outfit like Princess Leia. But thanks to JVcustoms we now know what this would have looked like.

slave padme
That’s right, it looks a lot like Leia’s body with Padme’s head. Because that is how this custom action figure was made.

This is all we really needed in the prequels. More of this please, and less Jar Jar. I have needs and one of them is to see sexy women chained to a giant slug. I don’t need to see some whiny kid slammed into his mother’s womb by midi-f-ing-chlorians. Only to crawl out and whine that he’s a slave, then do all kinds of stupid stuff to become the bad guy. There is no way that wimpy ass whiny little turd became Darth Vader. No way. Ok, I’m gonna stop now and just enjoy this figure. Clearly, I’m still working through some issues.

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