These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
General Greivous's death, in which he quotes both Blade Runner and Citizen Kane while he's burning to death from the inside.
Genius Bonus: The fact that the Geonosis factory sequence was added in by Pete acting as a substitue GM is even funnier if one is aware that it wasn't part of the original movie script, but was added during production.
Hilarious in Hindsight: In this strip, Jim is admonished about even thinking about wearing Amidala's dresses, just in case they had good armor class. Now Jim is playing Amidala.
In a few Phantom Menace strips, Qui-Gon is obsessed with "casting Summon Bigger Fish". In Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Jar Jar does just that in one episode.
Darth Vader's assuming of the name "Vader" (Dutch for "father") becomes this following strip 1152 following the reveal that Darth Vader is Padme, Luke and Leia's mother. Knowing Annie, this could very well have been intentional.
Though some strips suggest that Palpatine isn't quite so far behind.
Surprisingly, HAN fall into this category as well.
Moral Event Horizon: Darth Vader crosses it when he blows up Naboo with the Peace Moon. This is especially so following the later reveal that Darth Vader is not Anakin Skywalker, but Padme Amidala, meaning that Vader blew up her own homeworld.
The Irregulars note that they actually checked on the Internet, and the phrase "Jar Jar, you're a genius!" appeared precisely nowhere beforehand. Now it gets several hundred Google hits.
This was so well done that when Vader blew up Naboo with the Peace Moon, the forum's first reaction was "Oh my god, he just killed Jar Jar! You Monster!!"
The Scrappy: As admitted by Word of God and a complete inversion of the character as portrayed in the movies, there is an attempt to invoke this effect upon R2-D2. Whether or not this is successful will be left to the readers.