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Tattooed on Tatooine . The previous adventures of Space Cadet Stevie. . When he first joined Classic Space, Space Cadet Stevie was sent to the planet of Tatooine, in the Arkanis sector. This desert planet was famous for its inhabitants' love of piercings and body art. Stevie spent his first night on Tatooine in a bar, drinking Pan Galactic Gargle Blasters with a redhead and a stormtrooper (How do stormtroopers get the drink through their helmets?). He boasted of how Classic Space was the best sci-fi theme ever to have been invented and that he would stay loyal to it for the rest of his life. To show his loyalty, he would get a Classic Space tattoo! When he came to his senses after all of the alcohol that he had drunk, Stevie was lying down and wearing safety goggles. The jacket from his red space-suit was on the floor and there was a strange, burning smell. There was also an incredible PAIN on his chest. Stevie looked down and saw a tattooing laser burning the Classic Space logo into his flesh. The pain became unbearable. Normally 1980's mini-figs could only have one expression but Stevie had to SCREEEEEEAM! Later in his career, Space Cadet Stevie fell out of an airlock. At the time, Classic Space said that he was wearing a yellow space-suit. Now that this story has come light, it is obvious that he was actually totally naked! We would like to take this opportunity to apologise to anybody who was accidentally exposed to the sight of a mini-fig in his birthday suit. Please send any compensation claims to our legal team of Jeltz, Thug & Jeltz on the Vogsphere. Fourth Wall Time: Here's the bar in its full glory Here's the vignette with a sign to let you know what it is! This build was inspired when Starscream Soundwave's comments on my MOC "In Classic Space No One Can Hear You Scream" set me thinking. So please send all of the complaints to him! I started pulling the arms and legs off mini-figs because of the Timinater's brilliant Flexible Fig 2 Contest. Thanks for getting me into this style of build! Please note that no elastic bands were used or harmed in the making of this MOC.

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