Jar Jar Binks' supporting role in The Phantom Menace, his smaller part in Attack Of The Clones and his one-line cameo in Revenge Of The Sith, are used as the symbol of why the prequel trilogies didn't come close to matching Star Wars Episodes 4 -6. With good reason, too, as he was a ghastly and annoying CGI creation that was inserted just to appeal to children. That's why there's little to no chance of him appearing in the future Star Wars films, even though he technically could pop up in Rogue One as it's set in between Revenge Of The Sith and A New Hope. One particularly twisted artist has not only imagined that to be the case, but he's also re-designed the poster for Rogue One so that it's entirely made up of just Jar Jar Binks. And it's frightening.
My eyes! My eyes! It truly is the stuff of nightmares, isn't it? Olly Gibbs, the man who designed this undeniably impressive but still downright terrifying poster, has a history of playing upon peoples hatred of Jar Jar Binks, and their fears that he will one day return to the Star Wars fold.
Back in April, Olly Gibbs did the same treatment to the first ever poster for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, which inspired the same horrific reaction from Star Wars die-hards. Those of you that haven't seen it, and think you can stomach a double dose of Binks, can take a look at it below.
Admit it, you were just a little bit sick in your mouth, weren't you? It's understandable. Since you've gone through so much, let me provide you with the original poster for Rogue One, which I promise is Jar Jar Binks free, so you can take a long hard look at its majesty and immediately feel cleansed.
That's more like it. Let's not stop there, though. With less than two months until the release of Rogue One, let's devour its latest trailer so that we can get the residue taste of Jar Jar Binks completely out of our system and look firmly to the future.
Beautiful. Just beautiful. Rogue One will finally be with us on December 16.