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Star Wars fans go crazy for ‘Stormtrooper’ penguins and their ‘Darth Vader’ leader in Imperial Death March video


STAR Wars fans are going crazy for this video of penguin ‘stormtroopers’ and a feathered Darth Vadar.

The emporer penguins waddle down the stairs as if they are strolling around the Death Star in a New Hope.

 Imperial March of the penguins...the feathered 'stormtroopers' head down the stairs

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Imperial March of the penguins…the feathered ‘stormtroopers’ head down the stairs

With more blubber than Jabba – the birds emerge around a corner and perform an Imperial March of the penguins in single-file.

Six Antarctic birds head down the stairs – presumably on orders from from Grand Moff Tarkin.

Then behind them emerges a giant shadowy figure with more than a little resemblance to the heavy-breathing Sith turncoat Darth Vadar.

Even Luke Skywalker wouldn’t want to p-p-p-pick a fight with this lot.

Darth is all dark side, with fluffy black plumage and a moody expression.

Twitter user Sam Kalidi posted the footage of the intergalactic penguin death squad on twitter and racked up almost 110,000 retweets and 250,000 likes.

 Behind them emerges a giant black bird - that looks just like sith Star Wars enforcer Darth Vadar


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Behind them emerges a giant black bird – that looks just like sith Star Wars enforcer Darth Vadar
 The penguins waddle down the corridor as if they are on the Death Star

@samkalidi/Twitter

The penguins waddle down the corridor as if they are on the Death Star

John William’s classic Imperial March soundtrack was edited over the footage.

They might look cute – but don’t be fooled, they are not porgs.

When someone asked the poster how the last penguin gained his odd black look, he replied: “That’s what they look like when they are teens…or goth.”

But a quick witted twitter user hit back: “So you’re saying it’s more of a Kylo Ren than Darth Vader?”

We wonder if Last of the Jedi stormtrooper FINN or new baddie Kylo WREN were among their ranks?

And where do they do to LEIA’n egg?

The Last Jedi was released before Christmas and took £45 million on its opening night alone.

But, despite critical acclaim, the latest chapter of the space saga divided fans.


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