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Lock up your daughters and hide the Jawas, faithful readers, because Tag and Bink are BACK! Yea, though one might be hard-pressed to develop a sequel to the popular Tag & Bink Are Dead, fan-favorite writer Kevin Rubio and Star Wars stalwart Lucas Marangon have risen to the occasion!
And what an occasion it is. Fans jonesing for more side-splitting Star Wars shenanigans will thrill to the new misadventures of this hapless pair, members of the Rebel Alliance, who have somehow stumbled past the worst Imperial perils with their limbs intact. In The Return of Tag & Bink: Special Edition, the duo set out to rescue a certain smuggler trapped in carbonite—with the help of Lando Calrissian! One thing leads to another, and they manage to subdue the deadliest bounty hunter in the galaxy on their way to infiltrating the Hutt palace. Star Wars fans know what comes next, and there will be guest appearances of favorite characters on the way to the Sarlacc pit, the Death Star, and Endor! This issue will conquer the world!
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A Bob's Big Boy appears within Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina, where one of the two refers to Lando Calrissian as "Super Fly," a reference to the movie of the same name. Tag Greenley also says "Bob's your uncle," a British phrase that means "and there you have it" or "quickly."
In the scene of panic when Jabba is being choked, Arthur Dent can be seen reading The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Also, when Tag, Bink, and Manuel Both-Hanz are leaving Tatooine, they pass a spinner from the movie Blade Runner.
When Palpatine arrives on the Death Star II, his honor guard includes two Cylon Centurions from the original Battlestar Galactica. Janus Greejatus' comment that "you fight a rebellion with the Sith Lord you have, not the one you wish you had" is a reference to Donald Rumsfeld's controversial statement, "you go to war with the Army you have, not the Army you want."