Star Wars Jawas have never been seen without their hooded robes. Before We Jump into it, Let’s enjoy this Cute jingle by Parry Gripp.
The world of Star Wars is home to several distinct kinds of sentient beings. From humans to Tusken Raiders, some of these amazing and entertaining alien species have been seen in movies, animated shows, and live-action adaptations.
Star Wars Jawas are famous for their long brown robes, with only their glowing red eyes peeking out of their hoods. The scavengers cross the land in Sandcrawlers, native to desert planets like Tatooine, to scavenge for resources.
In A New Hope, Owen Lars and Luke Skywalker sold C-3PO and R2-D2 to the Jawas group. In Mandalorian season 1, the greedy little species also robbed ships for scraps, which was what they did to Din’s ship, the Razor Crest. Din got support from Kuiil, an Arvala-7 native who spoke Jawaese, to get his ship parts back.
When legendary illustrator Ralph McQuarrie, who previously collaborated with Lucasfilms for the concept designs of Darth Vader, Chewbacca, R2-D2, and C-3PO, unveiled the face behind these brown robes, the true appearance of the Jawas was further brought to light. The Jawas are similar to humans in their nature and wear a bowl-shaped helmet and round goggles. Seen Above.
A Star Wars toy recently released gave fans a horrifying look at Jawas without robes which matched more of what Foster’s novel described. Their appearance, related to the rodent concept, looked more creature-like with dark skin or fur textures. Instead of a revealing glimpse at the anatomy of ambiguous creatures, the undressed toy was more a matter of nightmares. See Below!
Star Wars Jawas may never truly be revealed in any upcoming series or film, but maybe one day we will get to see a Jawa face without the robes one day.
Featured Image by Artist Aidan Wilson Uttini