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Crazy Star Wars Theory From 1980

Sometimes reading theories about Star Wars movies is more entertaining than watching the movies themselves. This isn't a slam on the Disney made sequels either, this has always been the case. For instance, in a December 1980 issue of Fantastic Films by Bill Hays it is suggested that the upcoming conclusion to the trilogy Revenge of the Jedi would reveal that Darth Vader was a clone of Anakin Skywalker. That was his explanation for why Luke saw his own face behind Vader's mask in the Sith cave on Dagobah. He also thought that Anakin would be revealed to be alive and well and living as Boba Fett (and was who Yoda was referring to when he said there is another), and that Obiwan's name is actually OB1, a clone designation because he was actually a clone of the Emperor.


  1. Just finished reading Chaos Rising (Star Wars: Thrawn Ascendancy #1).
    Now i'm reading Star Wars Heir to the Empire. Thrawn vs Luke.
    Just thought you would like to know.


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