Is This The Most Mental Star Wars Comic Tie-In Ever Created?

Thank God for the internet. In the olden days, thousands of prospective artists probably sneaked under the radar, never to share their delights with the world for the lack of a mass-reaching forum, and the world missed the opportunity for further enrichment. Now that’s all changed, and even the most ridiculously untalented of broadband owner can air their scrawls and ravings for the world to see. And among that lot, we invariably find geniuses who might quite possibly also be completely bonkers.

Writer Jeremy Hammond and artist Andrew Dubongco fall into that last category, and we know this thanks to their bat-shit crazy comic “Fear and Loathing in Mos Eisley”, which combines too of my great movie loves under one lunatic banner. And fear not, for it features penis-spiders.
I’ll leave it to the duo themselves to describe the overall manifesto for the comic, but I’m certainly intrigued to say the least to see how this one comes out:

Not to give too much away, but expect the obvious; spice-induced debauchery, Rodian tickle porn, Twi’lek prostitutes and armed robbery of Jawas, among other things. Get psyched.

Below are the first two pages of the comic, though I have to say it is the cover to the left there that is the most impressive of all.

For two more pages, and the collected ravings of these clearly unstable (but undoubtedly talented) creative fellas head over to their Boat-On-A-Hill blog.