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Cosmic Wars
Cosmic wars
TV Show Information
Genre Sci-Fi
Country of Origin USA
First Appearance "Co-Dependent's Day"

Cosmic Wars is a movie series created by Randall Curtis. A popular feature of the films is their crazy costumes. There has been 7 films so far.


Randall Curtis said that he stole the plots of first movies from samurai movies.

Comic Book Guy is a fan of the series and watches the films several times a day.

In Co-Dependent's Day, Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow was released and met with very negative reviews, which caused the popularity of Cosmic Wars to vastly decrease. After Bart and Lisa saw it, they thought that the Cosmic Wars films had lost their way and went to see creator Randall Curtis who eventually accepted the low standard of The Gathering Shadow and decided to use the same inspiration that made the earlier Cosmic Wars films great, for future films.

At some point the Cosmic Wars films returned to their former glory and regained their popularity.

In Steal This Episode Homer pirated the recently released Cosmic Wars Episode VII: A New Take, which revealed that due to a space-time rift the events of Episodes I, II and III never happened.

In I Won't Be Home for Christmas Comic Book Guy watched the TV Christmas Special with his wife Kumiko Albertson.

In The Man Who Came to Be Dinner it's revealed that Diz-Nee Land bought the rights to Cosmic Wars.

Films Edit

  • Cosmic Wars Episode IV
  • Cosmic Wars Episode V
  • Cosmic Wars Episode VI
  • Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow (2004)
  • Cosmic Wars Episode VII: A New Take (2014)

As A New Take is the seventh film there must be two others that are yet to be seen or mentioned.

Television Specials Edit

  • Cosmic Wars: Christmas Special

Behind the LaughterEdit

Cosmic Wars is a parody of Star Wars and characters like Jar Jar Binks . Oddly enough, it was established in previous episodes that "Star Wars" does exist in the Simpsons world. This inconsistency (of the parody existing alongside the object parodied) was never explained.

The revelation in "A New Take" that a time rift ensured that Episodes I-III never happened was a reference to both the criticisms of the Prequel Trilogy of Star Wars plus the reception of The Force Awakens, and also a reference to the continuity reboot in the 2009 Star Trek movie.

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