‘Star Wars’ as a Dr. Seuss Book

Reimagining classic sci-fi stories as Dr. Seuss might have written and illustrated them is officially a thing. Last year, DeviantART’s DrFaustusAU brought us a Seussian version of H.P. Lovecraft’s The Call of Cthulhu, and has gone on to make similar illustrations for Ghostbusters and more. And now, Retronaut points us to cartoonist Adam Watson’s similar project, in which he applies Dr. Seuss’ whimsically surreal style to such characters as Darth Vader, Chewbacca, and Jabba the Hut in a series of Star Wars-based images. Unsurprisingly, the translation works well; Yoda was basically born to talk in rhyme. See the series after the jump, and follow Watson’s work at his blog.

Image credit: Adam Watson [Spotted via Retronaut]