ANSWERS: 7
  • A little....
  • Lucas tried to warn us...
  • hahahahahahaha I do I do.
  • Very little resemblance, but at an angle yes.
  • Thats absolute freakin genius, you star!
  • No, because he has no army lined up, and Emerpor Papatine is not a bit relgous.
  • "With the premiere of Return of the Jedi and the prequel films and the accompanying merchandising campaign, Palpatine became an icon in American popular culture. Kenner/Hasbro produced and marketed a series of action figures of the character from 1983 to 2005. According to John Shelton Lawrence and Robert Jewett, "These action figures allow children ('4 & up') to handle the symbols of the Force." Academics have debated the relationship of Palpatine to modern culture. Religion scholars Ross Shepard Kraemer, William Cassidy, and Susan Schwartz compare Palpatine and Star Wars heroes to the theological concept of dualism. They insist, "One can certainly picture the evil emperor in Star Wars as Satan, complete with his infernal powers, leading his faceless minions such as his red-robed Imperial Guards." Lawrence and Jewett argue that the killing of Palpatine in Return of the Jedi represented "the permanent subduing of evil". They assert that the "notion that the Light Side must battle against the Dark Side is a hoary artifact of European- and American-style crusades against evil" and "antithetical to the democratic understanding of governance." Also, Pope Benedict XVI has been compared to him unfavourably, because of their physical resemblance, and because of the controversy of some of his policies." Source and further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palpatine#Palpatine_in_popular_culture

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