Star Wars Re-Imagined in the Wild West
Everybody knows that old stuff is making a huge comeback. People seem to love when we take something new and re-imagine it as something hella old. It's the way of the world, really. In this case we have taken something kinda old and re-imagined it as something really old and the results are pretty entertaining. I now present to you: West Wars. It's a collection of custom figures put together by the artist SIllof, that are based on the Star Wars characters and universe. Go check out his site and look at all of his recreations of the Star Wars legacy.Here is gun runner and smuggler, Hank Solomon, who of course is based on Han Solo.Here we have Leah Orango. She's the daughter of an important ranch family. One of the few to stave off theft from the evil Sheriff Vardas.
Former Sheriff "Old" Bennett Kennelly had his former deputy betray him and take his territory.
Sheriff Akan "Death" Vardas is the current Sheriff of the border town and works for a bunch of crooks.
The Sheriff's Henchman are the hired guns.
Bob A. Ford is a dangerous western bounty hunter. He's a badass.
Chewing Bear is Hank Solomon's buddy. I always new Chewy was native american...
Luke S. Walker is the son of a poor farming family. "Rusty" Ranson D. Dalton is the handyman and blacksmith of the bunch. He seems slightly more human than his futuristic counterpart. Clarence Peppero was the chatty barkeep at the local pub. He also rocked a sweet hipster mustache. Follow Johnny Taylor on Twitter: @hipsterocracy