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The droid search begins

Artist George Folz loves "Star Wars." Deeply. And he shows his love by illustrating his favorite characters and moments scene by scene in an original daily "Star Wars" comic that he shares on Twitter.

Whether it's clueless Stormtroopers searching for C-3PO and R2-D2 or Jabba the Hutt trying to impress Slave Leia, Folz has every moment covered. Here are some of our favorites panels that he's posted since the beginning of the year, when he started his project.

These poor Stormtroopers have no idea how long they'll be looking for those pesky droids, R2-D2 and C-3PO.

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Princess Leia backtalks the Sith Lord

This illustration reminds us how brave Princess Leia is to stand up to Darth Vader.

"I wanted to do something that would strengthen my artistic muscles while showing love for something that's brought me a lot of joy," artist George Folz told CNET's Crave blog of his daily comic.

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Dream big, Luke!

Everyone remembers this scene where Luke Skywalker stares at the twin suns and longs for adventure far away.

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Dark and foreboding

At least Darth Vader has manners when demanding Princess Leia reveal the Rebel Base location. Artist George Folz shares a daily comic on Twitter.

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Raaarr goes the Rancor monster!

This is what Luke Skywalker was greeted with when he was thrown to the Rancor.

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Han Solo is the ultimate collectible

For Boba Fett, a destroyed Han Solo in carbonite is worthless.

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"It is your destiny!"

The Emperor may think he knows all, but in the end he underestimates both Luke Skywalker and his father, Darth Vader.

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Skywalker versus Skywalker

In this dramatic panel by artist George Folz, Luke Skywalker faces off against his father Darth Vader in an epic lightsaber battle.

Artist George Folz does the line work for each comic panel by hand with a red, green or pink pencil. He then inks over those lines with a water brush and uses Photoshop for coloring and toning.

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The many aliens of "Star Wars"

In this all-blue comic panel by artist George Folz, Luke Skywalker is surrounded by a wide array of aliens from around the galaxy.

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Jabba puts on the charm

It's hard to decide who to feel more sorry for in this comic panel: Jabba the Hutt trying to impress Princess Leia, or Leia, who looks less than thrilled to be chained to him.

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Lightsabers go "vzzt!"

In this all-green action shot between Luke Skywalker and Boba Fett, it's easy to see why lightsabers always beat blasters.

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Jedi mind tricks come in handy

In this panel, we're reminded of the time Ben Kenobi impressed Luke Skywalker with his Jedi powers to convince Stormtroopers to look elsewhere for his droids.

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Seeing red

Princess Leia is no shrinking violet when it comes to protecting herself and her mission.

Artist George Folz has been posting comic panels daily on Twitter since January, and he doesn't show any signs of slowing down.

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Don't be foolin' Darth!

Darth Vader looks angry in this panel even though we all know his helmet shows no emotion.

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"Luminous beings are we…"

Yoda may talk in riddles, but he makes a lot of sense. Here he's explaining the Force to Luke Skywalker.

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