Well not exactly, I don’t think that is actually what this very obvious parody of Darth Vader from the Star Wars franchise is called. Taking a gander at their promotional page, this Vader parody is actually called Dead Lord (I don’t think he was named in the original series).

Just in case you missed out, Troopers is a Star Wars parody that predominantly features 2 not-storm troopers going about their business within the not-Death Star and the hijinks that they get themselves into due to either incompetence or office bureaucratizing. You can watch the trailer that they have recently put up for their parody on YouTube:

Originally ran from 2011 to 2013 on YouTube with one season consisting of 20 episodes running about a few minutes each, I think that this is a great return to form for College Humor to bring out long dormant shows from their library that really deserves a sequel. Troopers is definitely right at the top of my list as well.

You can watch the playlist of the originals below:

While it is not explicitly stated in the trailer, it seems like this will be released on their premium subscription-based service platform named Dropout.tv; I do hope that as with their other shows such as the fantastic Dimension20: Fantasy High, at least a snippet or a few episodes will be posted for free on YouTube so that people who want to check out the quality of their content have a place to do so.

You can check out their premium platform (and their troopers promotional) by following the link here.

Chia is the horse-author from the far flung year of 2153. While not grazing on grass pastures or reviewing old time-y games and technology from the early 21st century pretending to not know what comes next (as to not disturb the space-time continuum), he can be seen exchanging vast quantities of Earth currency for parts needed to fix his damaged space ship.

Chia is the horse-author from the far flung year of 2153. While not grazing on grass pastures or reviewing old time-y games and technology from the early 21st century pretending to not know what comes next (as to not disturb the space-time continuum), he can be seen exchanging vast quantities of Earth currency for parts needed to fix his damaged space ship.