These days, you take your Star Wars: The Last Jedi tidbits where you can get them. Sometimes they arrive in the form of Last Jedi cast-member tweets, sometimes they're EW exclusives, and sometimes they're cover images from a Hungarian movie magazine called Mozimania.
Yes, that's Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker on the brand-new issue of Mozimania, looking exceptionally pissed off. Here's another version that's been going around, without all the accompanying text and whatnot.
Where did this image come from? Because seven year old me is FREAKING THE FUCK OUT. pic.twitter.com/JT4HnkW37d— DrewMcWeeny (@DrewMcWeeny) August 30, 2017
This is a great shot of Hamill and we're happy to be looking at it, but here's the really interesting part: that line at the bottom of the magazine cover, the one that says "Luke visszavag"? According to our own Phil Nobile, Jr. (who has - and we're not saying this to brag - totally unlimited access to Wiktionary), that phrase translates to "Luke strikes back." That's an interesting caption to throw on your Star Wars: The Last Jedi cover, isn't it?
Anyway, now you've seen it, now you know what it means, and now you can discuss. Please do so now in the comments below.