genericwhitegirl’s #CBR5 Review #5: Darth Vader and Son by Jeffrey Brown

Darth Vader and Son by Jeffrey Brown


We all know and appreciate the many Star Wars references that pop up in everyday speech. If you don’t, then I can tell you now that this isn’t the book you are looking for.

Darth Vader and Son is a graphic novel that takes your favorite Star Wars quotes and puts them in the context of a father/son interaction between Darth Vader and Luke as a little boy. Each page is a separate comic in which Brown inserts Darth Vader and Luke into everyday situations, whether they be mundane, tender, or aggravating. 
I imagine this book is the brain child of many “what if” moments Brown had when pondering the awesomeness that is Star Wars.
I could go on and on but if you’re a Star Wars fan, you already know this book rocks. If you aren’t, you won’t appreciate it as much as you should. And ladies, you don’t have to feel left out…Brown has also compiled Leia inspired comics in Vader’s Little Princess. 
To learn more about Jeffrey Brown’s work, an atheist son of a minister who used to work in a wooden shoe factory in Holland, Michigan, then check out

On a separate but related note, there is a book called Admiral Akbar’s Guide to Everything…IT’S A CAT! And yes, there are a few traps too.

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