Star Wars in Medieval Manuscript by Chawakarn Kongprasert

Well, they did say it took place a long time ago, I’m just gonna assume that galaxy far, far away shared a similar artistic evolution. Which isn’t really a stretch, considering everyone in the Star Wars Verse seems to speak Standard English (though apparently illiterate). Chawakarn’s religious iconographical manuscripts depict the rise and fall of the monarch Vader and subsequent uprising (and rad wizard powers) of his offspring.

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    So creative.
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    And in 3000 years someone finds this and lucasism is born
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    Otra religión con una Iglesia corrupta
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