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A brilliant child just gave Disney and Lucasfilm their next fortune making idea. It's Star Wars, but with Narwhals as the characters. And it all came from the mind of Jon Cryer's daughter.

Cryer, star of Two and a Half Men, shared a taste of what his daughter, Daisy, cooked up to his Twitter followers. The tweet shows the cover of a hand drawn comic titled NarWars: The Tale of Narth Veader.


It's brilliant!




The first tweet visually explains why narwhals are the perfect animal for a Star Wars adaption, as their tusks act as perfect stand-ins for lightsabers.

The second tweet sets the stage with a redesigned Death Star (that tusk is absolutely intimidating) and explaining that this is in fact Narth Veader's story.

"Yeh! My story,"

The evil looking whale says.

The genius of the premise knows no bounds.





It's not just me saying this either. Chuck Wendig, a critically acclaimed writer who formerly worked on Star Wars books, and Rian Johnson, the director of The Last Jedi, both praised the comic.


Let me know you found me here.


How can you argue with that?




And in case that wasn't enough, Mark Hamill himself had a word or 17 about the project. Star Wars absolutely needs more narwhals.

Imagine Mark Hamill voicing an animated narwhal with a green lightsaber for his horn. It practically writes itself!



While Disney has no plans at this time to adapt the obviously ingenious idea, fans will have to make do with this two page preview. Maybe if we ask really nicely, Cryer can "accidentally" upload the rest of the intellectual property offending material, and we can have the NarWars we deserve.

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