Young Interlocks Li'l Variants for "Princess Leia," "Star Wars" & "Darth Vader"

You've seen his adorable Ultron as king of the playground and his Thanos dwarfed by his throne, but Skottie Young is about to bring his talents to a whole different side of comics. MTV reports that Young's next Li'l variants are for Marvel Comics' debut issues of "Star Wars," "Princess Leia" and "Darth Vader" bringing the artist's signature style to a galaxy far, far away.

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"Like most people my age, I spent a good part of my childhood playing with 'Star Wars' toys for hours on end," Young said in a statement from Marvel. "I cried like a baby when I realized I left my wampa figure on the radiator and his leg melted half off.

"Flash forward years later and I get to be a little (pun absolutely intended) part of the 'Star Wars' universe by creating my take on these covers. It's surreal. Also, I've shared that wampa story before and fans actually bring me wampa figures to cons. This is my life!"

Check out Young's interlocking variants below.

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