Last Call – George Lucas Destroyed My Childhood Edition

Some say that George Lucas is the man who destroyed everything we ever knew and loved. Mercifully, here’s one bit of merchandising that you (hopefully) can’t pin on him—for once.

How much is it worth in its original packaging?

[Knocking Off]

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7 responses to “Last Call – George Lucas Destroyed My Childhood Edition”

  1. JeepyJayhawk Avatar

    Yes, he killed all of our fond childhood memories. I'd curse him, but he can't hear me from atop his massive pile of money.

  2. Maymar Avatar

    I say George Lucas is the inspirational tale of a man who managed to succeed by overcoming his complete lack of chin.
    Still Darth Vader (excuse me, Star Knight) seems more like a BMW rider.

  3. dukeisduke Avatar

    Kill it with fire!

  4. Thrashy Avatar

    Eh, so what? It's still better than Episode 1.

  5. straighteight Avatar

    "He's a hotshot Jedi and galactic bike cop with a bad attitude and the ability to mentally choke people. He's shaking up the Miami police department and dispensing justice at the end of a lightsaber. This fall on FOX, get ready for VADER: SPACE COP."

  6. soo΄pәr-bādd75 Avatar

    Or any Miami night in the '80s.

  7. Elizabeth Warren Avatar

    It seems like you have pulled together a fairly sizeable following nowadays! I’m happy to see it.