People are absolutely obsessed with Baby Yoda, a breakout character from the new Disney+ show, The Mandalorian. And it’s easy to see why. Baby Yoda is so adorable we just want to squeeze his little face and protect him forever. Fans are so obsessed that they’re already getting Baby Yoda tattoos, even before the first season of the series has finished. And today we’ve got at least 39 Baby Yoda tattoos that are worth checking out.
To be clear, we don’t even know what Baby Yoda’s real name is yet. Officially, the character is just called “The Child,” but deep down in our hearts he will always be Baby Yoda, the 50-year-old frog-muncher who’s simply too cute for words. Whatever you call him, there are dozens of different ways to plaster him on your body permanently.
Below we have a roundup of the various Baby Yoda tattoos that have been published to social media by people from as far away as Florida, California, Alaska, and Russia. And while 39 tattoos might seem like a lot for such a new show, just think how many there will be when the rest of the world gets to see Baby Yoda on their screens. The UK, for example, doesn’t get Disney+ until March 31, 2020. The Baby Yoda tattoo craze should be even more bonkers by then.
Or, in some cases, people might already regret their Baby Yoda-inspired tattoo decisions by March. What happens if Baby Yoda turns out to be a bad guy? What if he starts using The Force for evil? What if Baby Yoda... dies? Look, I’m just asking questions. And while I doubt Baby Yoda will be killed off by Disney anytime soon, we all die eventually. Even Big Daddy Yoda, who lived to be over 900 years old, died in Return of the Jedi and went to Midichlorian heaven or whatever.
One day Baby Yoda will die and we’ll all be sad. But until then, we have our Baby Yoda tattoos. Because unlike Baby Yoda, tattoos are forever.
There’s this Baby Yoda tattoo by artist Joshua Anderson in Sanford, Maine.
And this Baby Yoda was done by Surreal Tattoo Studio in Kansas City, Missouri.
There’s this Baby Yoda and the Mandalorian tattoo by Jakob Wyrd at Lucky 13 Tattoos in Alameda, California, clearly inspired by Calvin and Hobbes.
This Baby Yoda (complete with frog) was made by Pony at The Bell Rose Tattoo in Daphne, Alabama.
This cartoonish Baby Yoda tattoo was created by Thom Bulman at the Alchemist Art Studio in Cortland, New York.
There’s this Baby Yoda tattoo by Zac Kinder at Main Street Studio Tattoos in South Carolina, which he says is still a work in progress.
And this Baby Yoda was made by Nick Peirce at the Diamond State Tattoo Parlor in Sherwood, Arkansas.
This Baby Yoda tattoo was created by Ken Belling at Chapter One Tattoo in San Diego, California.
This Baby Yoda was created by Ethan at the Brass Monkey Tattoo in Richey, Florida.
And this Baby Yoda tattoo from somewhere in the world.
There’s this Baby Yoda by tattoo artist Attica Beck in North Carolina.
There’s this Baby Yoda that was done by Ben Loredo at Ink Pagoda Tattoo in Fontana, California.
This Baby Yoda was done by Ammany at Pride ‘N’ Envy Tattoos in Orlando, Florida.
This Baby Yoda was done in Saratov, Russia.
This Baby Yoda was made by tattoo artist Travis Redwood.
This Baby Yoda was created by Bobby Moustache in Montreal, Canada.
This Baby Yoda was created by Stacy Pierce at Cosmic Primate Tattoo in Hatboro, Pennsylvania.
And this one was also done by Stacy Pierce.
There’s this adorable Baby Yoda by Stephen Lindsay in Rochester, New York.
And another kawaii Baby Yoda by Stephen Lindsay in Rochester, New York.
And still another Baby Yoda by Stephen Lindsay, this time with a frog in his mouth. Baby Yoda’s mouth, not Stephen Lindsay’s mouth.
This Baby Yoda was done by Darin Ennis in Louisville, Kentucky.
And this Baby Yoda was done by Matthew Robinson at Anchor Tattoo in Vacaville, California.
This Baby Yoda was created by Jason Monteneri at Assassin Tattoo Studio in Akron, Ohio.
This Baby Yoda was created by Nick Yarian at Eagle River Tattoo in Eagle River, Alaska.
There’s this Baby Yoda by Jeffrey Wortham in Orlando, Florida.
This Baby Yoda was created by Bea Iglesias.
This Baby Yoda tattoo was created by Skip Katt at GeeksterInk Tattoo Shop in Vancouver, Washington.
This Baby Yoda was done at Inkem Inks.
There’s this little guy who looks even more sad than he is on the show, done by an artist in Long Beach, California.
There’s this Baby Yoda, who appears to be missing his nose.
There’s this Baby Yoda tattoo that also reads “I’m Baby.”
And this Baby Yoda tattoo somewhere in the world.
There’s this Baby Yoda tattoo in Oakland, California.
This Baby Yoda was created at Gardenia Tattoo & Piercing in Munro.
This Baby Yoda was done by Shannon Taber at Lucky Bird Tattoo in Annapolis, Maryland.
Then there’s the Baby Yoda drinking White Claw.
And then there’s.... this.
On second thought, maybe Baby Yoda tattoos were a mistake. Shut it down. Shut it all down now.