Classic Nerd Parodist Books


Jar Jar Wars, Episode IV: A New Dope

The book JAR JAR WARS is intended to help George Lucas (writer-director of the films THX 1138 and AMERICAN GRAFFITI) finally get the recognition he deserves for the science fiction/fantasy film he did in 1977. One reason the film has never reached its full potential is there are too many technical elements in the movie that are never fully explained. Why is there sound in space? What did Han mean when he said he made the Kessel Run in twelve parsecs? Why didn't Chewbacca get a medal? Since there are no reasonable explanations in STAR WARS, they are included in JAR JAR WARS.  

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Superfriends Of The Ring

Most Middle-earth fans agree that Tolkien might have become popular in the United States if his books weren't so British-sounding. This parody addresses that issue, Americanizing Tolkien and making his work, finally, enjoyable to the wider U.S. audience.    

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The Wobbit A Parody

Don't be fooled by imitations! Read the first and most beloved American parody of The Hobbit, THE WOBBIT A PARODY. This is the original, published years before another parody was published with the exact same title. You want this one, the only one written by Paul Erickson, Nerd Parodist.   

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