20 Feb 2015 10:23 PM +00:00 UTC

This Fantastic LEGO Diorama Shows How Boba Fett Escaped The Sarlacc Pit

Dan Stoeffler's wonderful LEGO diorama features an weird alternate take of how Boba Fett managed to survive the Sarlacc Pit.

This weird diaroma is impressive, and not just for its scale, but also the intricate details of the Sarlacc's innards, the Dewback skeleton burried in the sands close to the top, and the slick touches in the Jawa's distillery. 

Stoeffler submitted this creation for a French LEGO contest, along with a story that offers an alternate take on how Boba escaped his fall into the Sarlacc Pit during Return of the Jedi. In Stoefler's story, Boba, lying in the stomach of the monster dying, finds  a tube being stuck into the the Sarlacc, and uses it to drag himself out... into a distillery run by Jawas. So Jawa Juice is made from secretions from the Sarlacc's insides. 

The tale continues with Jawas finding the nearly-dead Boba trying to crawl his way out of their strange Juicing operation, so they try to take take care of him while he recovers. To return the favor, Boba Fett spends a year helping the Jawas make their weird Sarlacc booze. Hands down, this is one of the most creative Star Wars LEGO builds I've seen. 

[Eurobricks via The Brothers Brick]