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This Is The 'Frozen'/'Star Wars' Mash-Up Art You're Looking For

Do you want to build a Death Star?

If you want to really upset a six-year-old, try to explain to them why Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is basically just Elsa from "Frozen" with the genders reversed. They both throw tantrums, don't really have control of their powers, and feel the pull of both the light and the dark sides. Also, great hair.

From there, it's a small leap to mash-up ginger characters Hans (from "Frozen") and Hux (Domnhall Gleeson) from "Force Awakens," right?

Six-year-olds don't want to hear it, though, because to them Elsa is goodness personified. But when you move to a slightly older age bracket, turns out you might not be the first to think of the parallels. In fact, artist Katarzyna Witerscheim, a.k.a. PannaN, has done some downright hilarious mash-ups between the two which perfectly capture why the new "Star Wars" movie could have been set in a galaxy far, far away... Or in Arendelle.

Don't worry, a fellow Tumblr user (Tren Fraszka) already made extended lyrics for "Do You Want To Build A Death Star?" so we're about one day away from someone else recording it and making ONE MILLION DOLLARS.

Anyway, in case you were more focused on the Hux/Hans parallels, PannaN has that covered, too:

...Plus a kind of amazing photoshop mash-up that will blow your mind -- and one that turns Kristoff into Captain Phasma, though frankly there's no argument he's actually Han Solo in this scenario (and Sven is Chewbacca).

And then if BB-8 is definitely Olaf (he is), and Anna is Rey (Daisy Ridley)... Does that mean that Rey and Kylo Ren are really siblings??? BREAKING: "Frozen" confirms "Force Awakens" spoiler, must credit MTV News.

But seriously, check out PannaN's site for way more great art -- as well as her Facebook, and Tumblr, both of which are regularly updated.

Which "Frozen" characters would you match up with "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" characters? Post your ideas, as well as a 1,500 word essay about why the best minds of our generation are being wasted on perpetuating remix culture, in the comments below!