Avatar: Luke (to Yoda, discussing the possibility of Darth Vader attacking Dagobah): "I hate to break it to you, but if you're counting on the trees and rocks for help, you're gonna be a pile of radioactive disappointment." #1065.
Back to the Future: Wuher (Mos Eisley cantina bartender): "Nivver heared o' sooch a ridiculous thing. In here, we puir whisky." #749.
The Dark Knight Saga: The intermediate campaign which Ben ran between Episode IV and Episode V began with Ben intending it to be a light comedic spoof of the superhero genre, a la Batman, but the players turned it into this Darker and Edgier version.
Das Boot: R2 falls in the swamp and uses his periscope in #1004, titled "Das < boop >".
The Lord of the Rings: An intermission strip has Ben recognise the miniature being used to portray Count Dooku as the same one they used in a previous game to represent a wizard who turned evil and worked for the main bad guy - referring to Saruman, played by the same actor as Dooku, Christopher Lee. #412.
Major Derlin, 2nd Lord Clabburn: Hold your ground, hold your ground!
Major Derlin, 2nd Lord Clabburn: A day may come when the courage of men and women... and droids... and shapeshifters... and other Rebels fails, when we forsake this land and break all bonds of fellowship, but it is not this day.
Major Derlin, 2nd Lord Clabburn: An hour of... giant mechatronic camels and shattered guns, when the age of the Rebellion comes crashing down! But it is not this day! This day we fight!
Major Derlin, 2nd Lord Clabburn: By all that you hold dear on this good Hoth, I bid you stand, Rebels of the Clabburn Range!
R2-D2 has an internal conflict with the digitised mind of Nute Gunray residing in his circuits in #1146. The scene is presented with a split screen showing a Gollum-like version of R2 and a Smeagol-like version, using mirror images and a shift in colour balance, much like the Gollum/Smeagol dialogue scenes in the films. This continues into the next strip, with R2 finally winning with the line "Leave now, and never come back! Leave! Now! And never come back!".
Strip #395 flashes out of Star Wars entirely and shows several panels from The Princess Bride, with the kid complaining to the grandfather that it's unfair if Padmé dies in this scene. When Padmé revives it is implied she was hallucinating. The strip is titled "Mostly Dead".
In #406 the mysterious "fantasy campaign" they played in between Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones is revealed to have been based on The Princess Bride, with the give-away line being R2-D2 yelling, "There is no such thing as immunity to iocane powder!"
Soon after, Anakin and Padmé get married in a strip titled "Mawwiage". #409.
And the game is given away completely in #410, which shows the GM's campaign notes for The Princess Bride campaign. The strip is titled "Let Me Explain... No, There is Too Much. Let Me Sum Up".
When introduced to Tarkin for the first time, Vader says, "I'll kill him tomorrow." But he never does. #652.
Pulp Fiction: Mace Windu decided to "walk the Galaxy", "You know, walk the Galaxy, meet aliens", followed by "From here on in you can consider Mace retired.", in strip #380. The strip title is also a pun on the film title: "Sulk Addiction".
Rashomon: #200 is titled "Rush 'Em On", and is a recounting of a very different version of events occurring to Queen Amidala, through Jim's point of view, in true "Rashomon"-Style.
Rebel Without a Cause: Bail Organa is introduced as a very James Dean-esque character, quoting some of Jim Stark's lines in #215, titled "Rebel Without a Cause, Yet".
Bail Organa again: "Please, lock me up. I'm gonna hit somebody and I don't want to." In #500, titled "A Stark Decision".
Finally, Bail declares, "Our Rebellion has a cause." #645.
Rocky: Specifically Rocky III: #1055 is titled "I, Piett the Fool" after Mr T's trademark quote.
Spartacus: The I Am Spartacus scene is echoed when Boba Fett is desperate to know where Obi-Wan is, so he can kill him, Han claims to be Obi-Wan, then Chewbacca claims to be Obi-Wan, then Leia claims to be Obi-Wan. #1105.
Obi-Wan refers to General Grievous, Nute Gunray, and the Separatists leaders as, "Not only the Tin Man, but the Cowardly Lion and his Munchkins too." Then Grievous uses the words, "Ding dong, Gunray!" #528.
The #918 intermission strip re-imagines Obi-Wan's meeting with Luke using the dialogue of Hagrid's first meeting with Harry Potter.
Yoda says that Luke has to learn to keep Vader from entering his mind, and offers to teach him the "Jedi skill" of Occlumency. #1063. Then in #1077, Yoda channels Dumbledore: "Open your mind to Vader, you must not."
Luke: Wow, I've never seen so many people, and... things.
C-3PO: The things are also people.
Darth Vader: "Looks like a moon, moves like a moon, steers like a cow." #868.
When Boba Fett says "To my destiny", Admiral Piett repeats the line and then explains "I'm sorry. I thought you were proposing a toast." This is the same reaction Ford Prefect has to the line "To business" during the discussion with the mice. #1042.
Pete has dice with the numerals written in Quenya. #1019.
Obi-Wan says "Fool of a Luke!" when Luke opens his psychic connection to Vader to find out where he is, echoing Gandalf's "Fool of a Took!"
Actually from The Peoples of Middle-earth, but close enough: R2-D2 uses a tongue twister as a shibboleth to prove he is not being controlled by the digitised mind of Nute Gunray in strip #1147, in a scene visually referencing the split personality between Gollum and Smeagol in the film of The Lord of the Rings. The strip title is "You Say Serindë, I Say Þerindë, Let's Call the Whole Thing Off", referring to "The Shibboleth of Fëanor"from Tolkien's The Peoples of Middle-earth.
Batman: The intermediate campaign which Ben ran between Episode IV and Episode V began with Ben intending it to be a light comedic spoof of the superhero genre, but the players turned it into the Darker and EdgierThe Dark Knight Saga.
The Big Bang Theory: The big bang of Naboo blowing up in #774 is titled "Unravelling the Mysteries", from the show's theme tune.
Blackadder's Christmas Carol: "...wouldn't recognise a coherent plot if it painted itself purple and tapdanced on top of a harpsichord singing 'Coherent Plots Are Here Again'". #72.
#841 is titled "Star Killer, Qu'est-ce Que C'est?"
Tears For Fears: #553 is titled "High Time We Made a Stand", a lyric from "Sowing the Seeds of Love". And in the strip Anakin talks with Padme about "sowing the seeds" of his plan to take control of the Galaxy.
Barry Goldwater: Nute Gunray uses the Cloud City PA system to broadcast political slogans in #1146, including Goldwater's 1964 US Presidential campaign slogan "In your heart, you know I'm[he's] right.".
Bill Clinton: Nute Gunray uses the Cloud City PA system to broadcast political slogans in #1148, including Clinton's 1992 slogan "It's the economy, stupid".
Carrie Fisher: #73 is titled "Postcards from the Outer Rim Territories", playing on Fisher's autobiographical book "Postcards From the Edge".
George H.W. Bush: Nute Gunray uses the Cloud City PA system to broadcast political slogans in #1148, and the strip is titled with a punning variant of Bush's signature slogan "A Thousand Points of Light".
Gough Whitlam: Nute Gunray uses the Cloud City PA system to broadcast political slogans in #1147, including Whitlam's 1972 slogan "It's Time".
Herbert Hoover: Nute Gunray uses the Cloud City PA system to broadcast political slogans in #1146, including Hoover's 1932 slogan "We are turning the corner".
"A tip-yip in every pot" is used as a follow-up in #1148, playing on Hoover's 1928 slogan "A chicken in every pot and a car in every garage".
Moon Unit Zappa: #327 and #328 are titled respectively "Moon Unity..." and "... Zapper!"
Patrick Peyton: #627 is titled "The Family that Slays Together, Stays Together".
Pauline Hanson: Chewbacca, commenting on Nute Gunray using the Cloud City PA system to broadcast political slogans in #1148, says "I don't like it", which is followed by Leia responding "Please explain?"
Ralph McQuarrie: The Star Wars concept artist has a bit part as an extra in the Battle of Hoth. His one line in the comic is "Here's a quick sketch I did." And the strip title is "Drawn Out Evacuation". #973.
Richard Nixon: Jim malapropes the name of the nexu beast to "Nixon" in #368, which is titled "I Am Not a Crook!"
Banjo Paterson: An extended intermission between Episode III and Episode IV is filled with a poem written by Sally for her English class. The poem is "The Ballad of Jar Jar" and tells the heroic story of how Jar Jar saved Naboo from the Trade Federation (which occurred off-screen during Episode III of the comic. The poem conspicuously borrows the rhyme and meter from Paterson's "The Man From Snowy River". #660 to #671.
#959 is titled "Movement at the Station", from the opening line of "The Man From Snowy River".
Anakin, intercepting Dooku's kill-strike against Obi-Wan: "I have another French term for you. En passant!". #396.
Anakin and Nute Gunray's dialogue in #592 is full of chess metaphors.
Greedo mentions "space chess" in #759, which is titled "0-0", the chess notation symbol for castling on the king's side.
R2-D2: "Knight to king's bishop 3." One of the "strenuous tactical algorithm simulations" Pete does in an attempt to level up R2-D2's Intelligence in #1035.
Clue: Han says he should have killed Vader. "In the dining room! With the blaster!" The strip, #1154, is titled "Clued In", playing both on the American game title "Clue" and the British/Australian title "Cluedo".
One of the "strenuous tactical algorithm simulations" Pete does in an attempt to level up R2-D2's Intelligence is to "TwincastRemand, targeting Remand and drawing... Counterbalance." #1035. The strip is titled "Tree of Redemption", the name of a spell in the game.
Strip #1138 included as bonus content a puzzle involving guessing the names of a compete set of custom-designed Magic: The Gathering cards based on Darths & Droids. The set is titled Droidikar as a riff on the Magic expansion Zendikar.
Through the Desert: The players use pastel coloured camel meeples to represent the snow walker in the Hoth battle. There's a bonus pun in the strip title "On a Camel With No Name", referring to America's song with the lyric "I've been through the desert on a horse with no name". #967.
Les Misérables: Annie's dialog occasionally is made up of lines and lyrics from theater productions. She recites part of "At the End of the Day" line for line as part of Anakin's lines. #358.
Their lines in the last panel are a mangling of the first two lines of a different song from Les Miserables. "Can you hear the people sing? Singing the song of angry men." The GM doesn't get the reference.
Leia: "But another day, another destiny." In a strip full of musical theatre references: #884.
#586 is titled "The Von Trap..." and two strips is the title "... Family Zinger".
Starlight Express: During the water ballet scene, the performers sing the lyric "Only you have the power within you" from the song "I Am the Starlight". Anakin comments incredulously, "Is that alien wearing roller skates? " #512.
West Side Story: Annie, as Shmi during the parting scene with young Anakin, quotes lyrics from the song "Somewhere" in #118. She switches to playing Anakin in the next strip and quotes further lines from the song as he walks off.
Darth Vader: "I have discovered Force powers never dreamt of in your philosophy." #843
Several quotes in strip #1081: "That it should come to this!" "outrageous fortune", and "Alas, poor 3PO. I knew her hydrogen-oxygen ratio." (HO-ratio.) The strip is titled "Things Rank and Gross in Nature".
And in the next strip, Chewbacca begins with, "Oh, what a piece of work has been done on this droid."
#166 is titled "Bubble's Stubble, Foil is Double; Qui-Gon Learns that Maul is Trouble".
Palpatine: "So much conflict; so much blood. No matter how I wash, it won't come off." #1017, titled "Gruocho Marks", a reference to Gruoch, the given name of Lady Macbeth, and the bloodstains (marks) on her hands.
Yoda: "Double, double, toil and trouble! Dung of swamp slug! Brain of brain spider!" #1019.
Yoda: "By the pricking of my toes, something wicked that way goes." #1036, titled "Who Can Impress the Forest?"
Han suggests a good alias for Han Solo would be Iago, and Chewbacca comments it might be better to choose a name not associated with utter villainy. ("Iago" doubles as a reference to Aladdin as well.) #1069.
Chewbacca with a hangover from Bespin's alcohol atmosphere quotes Cassio, changing only "mouths" to "blood": "O God, that men should put an enemy in their blood to steal away their brains! That we should, with joy, pleasance, revel, and applause, transform ourselves into beasts!" #1090.
Elite: Han: "Match the rotation! Match the rotation!" Followed by an Imperial clone trooper asking another if he would care to waltz, referring to the Strauss music in the game's docking sequence. #788.
Blue Milk Special: Name dropped when Luke orders a "blue milk special" in the Mos Eisley cantina in #729.
DM of the Rings: R2-D2: "You idiot! You're mixing it up with Lord of the Rings! That would have been a fun campaign in comparison!" Referencing the fact that in DM of the Rings the players actually had a lousy time. #260.
Looney Tunes: Pete quotes Daffy Duck's "Ho! Ha Ha! Guard! Turn! Parry! Dodge! Spin! Ha! Thrust!" line from "Robin Hood Daffy", calling it specifically one of the best cartoons ever made. In response the GM has General Grievous sing "Kill da Je-di! Kill da Je-di!", referencing "What's Opera, Doc?" #470.
#502 follows up with the title "The Butcher of Seville", referencing "The Rabbit of Seville", a similar cartoon based on an opera. In this strip Anakin and Palpatine discuss General Grievous.
Palpatine, after suffering the effects of his own Force lightning, quotes Daffy Duck from "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century": "Whoops! Had the silly thing in reverse." #556
Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Sally's poem "The Ballad of Jar Jar", which forms an extended intermission between Episode III and Episode IV is made of screencaps from this series. Also, each strip's title is a pun on an episode title from the series. #660 to #671.