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George R. Binks

Tony Millionaire


Tony Millionaire


Jim Campbell

Publication information

Dark Horse Comics

General information

Rise of the Empire era

Part of

Star Wars Tales

Published in

Star Wars Tales 20

George R. Binks was a comic appearing in Star Wars Tales 20. Written by Tony Millionaire, it details the tragic story of George R. Binks, the long-suffering father of Jar Jar Binks.

Plot summary

On the seas of Naboo, George R. Binks of the Binks & Son Whaling Company attempts to take down a whale. However, the irresponsibility and clumsiness of his son Jar Jar causes their ship to founder and the Binkses to be marooned on a deserted island. A month goes by, and George is driven to madness by his son's follies. When Jar Jar proposes to swim for the mainland, George eagerly agrees, knowing that he will likely not make it. However, his wife intervenes. George, unable to take any more, decides to shoot himself. When his wife tries to stop him by asking him to "Think of our son!", he pulls the trigger, which grazes his skull. As he lies there he reminisces of his love Sheebla, and how he chose not to marry her because she could not bear him the son he wanted. As he imagines seeing Sheebla standing before him, the hallucination clears to reveal that it is really Jar Jar with an octopus wrapped around his head. George's only response is crushing despair.


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