In 1980, the People's Republic of China had a problem. It felt that young people needed to seek careers in science. The solution? Adapt a major Western movie into Manhua form! It's unclear if the adaptation was authorized or not, but it did sell. A copy was posted on the internet in 2014, and rapidly was translated. It can be viewed beginning here: 
This work contains examples of the following:
- Backed by the Pentagon: The PRC encouraged this to help get young people interested in science.
- Big "WHAT?!": From a loudspeaker.
- Boobs-and-Butt Pose: Leia. Vader even mimics it, sort of.
- Crossover: The Trans-universal carrier looks a lot like◊ *Space Battleship Yamato.
- Cruel and Unusual Death: Leia is sentenced to a slow death.
- Cyborg: The Sand People.
- Everything's Better with Monkeys: Chewbacca is a monkey.
- Exactly What It Says on the Tin / Expo Label: There is a door marked, "Door".
- Genius Bonus: The "Viking Piper" reference in one panel is to a pipelaying barge, whose career lasted for around forty years. She took that name at the beginning of 1981.
- Hilarious in Hindsight: This comic features several bits that pop up in later Star Wars stories, including Stormtroopers looking like Boba Fett, Stormtroopers going into battle with medical droids, using the force to fly through space, and IG-88 on the Death Star.
- Also may have inspired a bootleg toy, "Star Knight".
- Hotter and Sexier: Leia. Her attractiveness is a major part.
- Knight in Shining Armor: The Jedi Knights- on missile-firing motorcycles.
- A Long Time Ago, in a Galaxy Far Far Away...: Subverted. Vader has a map of space referencing the Kennedy Space Center.
- Name's the Same: The publisher, Popular Science Press, has nothing to do with Popular Science Magazine.
- Off-Model: Artistic depictions of certain things and characters are often VERY different from the film, and sometimes even within the work.
- Product Placement: Obi-wan likes J&B Whisky.