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The Empire Strikes Back As Told By Icons

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Above, you can see the scene that kept me from liking The Empire Strikes Back until I was well into my adolescence (seriously this face, scary as all get out) told through the medium of iconography, put together by Wayne Dorrington.

So it’s Star Wars, if you read it on the folded safety brochure in the seat-back pocket on the way to your cousin’s wedding.

Or, at the start of a testing level in the Aperture Science facilities. (It’s tomorrow, it’s tomorrow, it’s tomorrow.) Read the full thing below.

See them full size at Wayne Dorrington’s site.

(via Laughing Squid.)

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