Of all the mashups I’ve seen, this is a pretty damn good one. Epic, even. Watch and tell me I’m wrong.
Definitely not the way it was meant to be voiced…
At a convention last year, Jim Cummings — who does the voice for Winnie the Pooh — read a scene from Star Wars reading the voice of everybody’s favorite honey-loving bear for lines meant for Darth Vader. Also reading is another voice actor, Lauren Landa.
The result is hilarious.
REVIEW SUMMARY: The first issue of Dark Horse Comics latest Star Wars offering, returning to the characters from the original film.
BRIEF SYNOPSIS: Shortly after the battle at Yavin IV, both the rebellion and the empire struggle to recover from their losses and make headway in their campaigns. A rebel scouting party is ambushed, leading to the conclusion that something threatens the rebellion from within.
PROS: An interesting glimpse at our heroes, and some great scenes communicating just what a galactic rebellion entails.
CONS: Uneven pacing, with a lot of soul-searching and catch-up information interrupting the narrative and sapping the story of momentum. By issue’s end the story has barely started. It fails to feel like a continuation of the movie.
BOTTOM LINE: An imperfect first issue showing hints of promise, but its too early to judge. Not quite up to the standards Dark Horse has maintained with the property.
Warning: spoilers ahead.
Wouldn’t it be cool if Darth Vader could talk with his 12 year-old self? That’s what happens in this parody video:
Things that make me smile: This trailer for the Star Wars Kinect game
[via Gavin Rothery]
Cribbed from just about everywhere, but too cute to ignore.
SciFi Wire posted this video that has to be shared. It’s a commercial for the Tom Tom GPS system that uses Darth Vader’s voice to give you driving directions. This is Vader’s recording session…