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That’s One Disturbing Baby Chewbacca Doll

by Conner Flynn
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Wookiees generally look cuddly, even though they are tough and strong. Babies also usually look cuddly. So, why do I find this Baby Chewbacca doll so disturbing?

I mean, I guess that’s what a baby Wookiee might look like, but with all of that white hair, this could also be Chewbacca’s shriveled up old grandpa. Maybe a hybrid Ewok/Wookiee (Ewookie? Wokwook?) created in an Imperial lab somewhere in order to finally pay those furry bastards back for Endor. Whatever the hell it is, it scares me. You can find it on eBay for $200(USD) if you want to adopt this guy for some reason. Heike Kolpin created this sculpture of baby Chewbacca and check out the image below for more horrifying Star Wars babies.


That’s baby Han, baby Luke and baby Leia. Yes, they look… slightly off. They certainly put some extra creepy in these dolls.

[via Geyser of Awesome via Nerd Approved]

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