Comic Book Adaptation Of 'The Last Jedi' Reveals Luke's Touching Final Thoughts ❤️
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Warning: The following contains spoilers about Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

The second installment in the latest Star Wars trilogy saw the end of famous Jedi and lead character of the original franchise, Luke Skywalker. After an epic battle with his nephew, Kylo Ren, in which Skywalker used the force to project an image of himself onto Planet Crait that was so convincing Ren didn't realize he was battling a projection rather than the real thing, Skywalker had expended the last of his vital energy and faded away. The moment, in many ways, seemed to be a nod to Obi-Wan Kenobi's death in Star Wars: A New Hope.

Now a comic book version of The Last Jedi published by Marvel is giving us some insight into Luke Skywalker's final thoughts. The comic panel shows Luke sitting on the planet Ahch-To, the same as in the movie, but we get a thought bubble as he sits.

It reads:

And so it ends as it began. By the light of two suns. Before stepping into a larger world.

This is a reference to how we met Luke in the first film, on the planet Tatooine, which had two suns.

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People were here for this ending.



Others had their own ideas.





And someone had this idea for a little crossover.

Now that would be interesting.

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H/T: Mashable, Twitter

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