What's better than Baby Yoda from The Mandalorian? How about three Baby Yodas as they feast on the carcass of Jabba the Hutt? While that seems a bit unbelievable, one crazy Star Wars fan dared to dream it up and make it a reality and it's pretty awesome, to say the least. Baby Yoda has taken over the world in a very short amount of time, even upstaging his human co-star, Pedro Pascal. When asked about playing second fiddle to the little adorable creature, Pascal said he didn't mind in the slightest.

Artist Beeple is the person responsible for our look at three Baby Yodas feasting on a dead Jabba the Hutt from Return of the Jedi. One little Yoda is feasting on the brains of the notorious crime boss, while another one is munching on a severed arm. The third Baby Yoda is reaching up at Jabba the Hutt, standing in a pool of blood. The artwork is well done and one could easily see this digital art on someone's wall.

Even as Baby Yoda is in covered blood, he still manages to be quite cute. We're not really sure what the little dude is at this time, or what he'll be capable of as he begins to grow old. At the age of 50, he can barely use the Force, and when he does, he has to take a nap for the rest of the day. The Mandalorian has yet to really give us much insight into the Yoda species, but Star Wars fans are hoping that Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni will dive deep into the franchise to shed some more light on the little guy.

The Mandalorian has proven to be a very popular show, even beating out the demand for Stranger Things and Doctor Who. And this is only on data based off of the first week of its release. The success took a lot of Star Wars fans by surprise because people weren't sure what to make of the first live-action TV series from the franchise. Whatever the case may be, the show is absolutely massive and some of that has to do with The Child, aka Baby Yoda.

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When The Mandalorian premiered, it gave everyone a good idea of what the show was going to be about. With that being said, nobody was prepared for the end of the first episode when it was revealed that The Child was actually a 50-year old Baby Yoda. It's shocking that Jon Favreau and crew were able to keep that secret for as long as they did. In turn, Lucasfilm and Disney are not going to really be able to cash in on the Baby Yoda craze this holiday season, which makes the surprise even more shocking. While you wait to eat some Thanksgiving turkey, you can check out some Baby Yodas enjoying their unorthodox holiday meal below, thanks to the Beeple Twitter account.

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