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Comic #4131

1 {scene: Dagobah}
1 Luke: There is still good in him.
1 Obi-Wan's ghost: He’s more machine now than man. Twisted and evil.
2 Luke: Shouldn’t he rust then? Or short out occasionally?
3 Obi-Wan's ghost: That’s not what I—
3 Luke: Or the software problems!
4 Luke: Imagine upgrading his operating system! One time it took me a month to get iTunes working properly again...

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Luke was clearly using an operating system older than MacOS X Catalina, which recently did away with iTunes, splitting its functionality into the creatively named "Music", "Podcasts", and "TV" apps.

But then of course he was - he's from a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away.

I'm very pleased with how Obi-Wan's ghost turned out. Previously I've just made him semi-transparent, but this time I added a blue glow.

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