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What Were the ‘Star Wars’ Villains Like as Kids?

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The Octopus Tree House

Yeah, we all know how ‘Star Wars‘ villains Jabba the Hutt and Darth Vader turned out. But have you ever wondered what they were like as kids?

Etsy sellers the Octopus Tree House did, and the resulting prints by the artist collective are oddly adorable.

Vader is imagined as a sadist who burns robot “bugs” with a magnifying glass, while a young Jabba wears a t-shirt from an all-you-can-eat buffet and totes a Princess Leia doll. Boba Fett and a Tusken raider get the same youthful treatment.

The 12×12″ prints are $20 each, or you can buy all four for $70.

Baby Jabba is above — here’s a look at the rest:

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The Octopus Tree House
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The Octopus Tree House

[via Neatorama]

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