Samurai Wars: What Would Star Wars Characters Look Like in Feudal Japan?

(This article was originally posted in Japanese at 10:19 Apr. 10, 2010)

Artist Steve Bialik has a ongoing project representing Star Wars characters as samurai and yokai in ukiyo-e style Japanese art.

Pics after the cut!

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Darth Vader wears a Noh mask instead of the full-face one.

Yoda looks like some Japanese folklore creature.

Emperor Palpatine with kumadori(Kabuki makeup).

Obi-Wan Kenobi as a Zen priest.

Chewbacca the oni backs up Han Solo the samurai.

A clean-cut Jabba the Hutt, or a giant toad, more like.

Boba Fett shows his eyes here.

Admiral Ackbar.

The series seems to be still in progress. Stay tuned for more to come.

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