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Solo: A Blade Runner Story Solo: A Blade Runner Story

For what’s meant to be the first look at the next Star Wars film I have to say if you hadn’t told me what this was I’d have thought it was a surprise Blade Runner spin-off given how more “out there” it looks compared to the more typical feel of a Wars film. Obviously that could be incredibly exciting and amazing but…

He Will Start . . . What He Finished He Will Start . . . What He Finished

Let us turn again to the story of Kylo, the troubled young man of royal blood who adopted a new name and evil persona after he was betrayed, choosing also to wear a sinister metal mask. His telekinetic powers aid him in the ongoing intergalactic war. Yes, it’s the 2012 Doctor Who audio play The Acheron Pulse. I’m…

A Question About Force Ghosts A Question About Force Ghosts

A question has been bugging me for some time. Actually, make that a pair of questions, and there’s no clear answer in the movies (so far). I’d love to hear your thoughts on the matter.

Watching Star Wars The Way It Was Meant To Be Seen...In Space! Watching Star Wars The Way It Was Meant To Be Seen...In Space!

The current crew of the International Space Station got to watch The Last Jedi without the distraction of crying kids or floors sticky with spilled soda. Just another reason to become an astronaut if you needed one.

Droid, Please! Episode 1: The Last Jedi Droid, Please! Episode 1: The Last Jedi

The Advanced Muggle Studies professors, like everyone, went to see Episode VIII: The Last Jedi. Like everyone, they had thoughts about their magical space wizard counterparts. So logically they had a lengthy discussion and posted it on the Internet as part of a fledgling Star Wars podcast, Droid, Please!

The Self-Begotten Rey The Self-Begotten Rey

I didn’t plan on seeing The Last Jedi again yesterday but I did. I was at the mall with my friend Tim and he wanted to see it. I didn’t have a flu this time, though I was still a little congested—in any case I enjoyed it more this time though most of my opinions from my first review remain the same.

First, Last, and Always a Jedi First, Last, and Always a Jedi

I might’ve enjoyed Star Wars: The Last Jedi more if I hadn’t been sick. I’ve had this flu for about a week and it feels like everything’s sort of at a distance. Maybe that’s the reason at the end of the movie I didn’t get that elation I associate with the end of a Star Wars film. I just thought, “That was fine.” There…

"At the darkest moment comes the light": Thoughts on Star Wars: The Last Jedi "At the darkest moment comes the light": Thoughts on Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Oh boy. Hold onto your butts, because this one’s a doozy.

What Potential Last Jedi Plot Development Would Disappoint You The Most?  What Potential Last Jedi Plot Development Would Disappoint You The Most? 

Here in the US of A (and a good chunk of the world at large), we’re about three days away from the premiere of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. And as is my wont, I’ve been scouring the hive of scum and villainy that is /reddit and other rumor sites in search of spoilers. This is a time-honored tradition of mine, going back…

Paper Thin Rebels Paper Thin Rebels

I finally got caught up on the new season of Star Wars Rebels, which as of Monday is eight episodes in. Unfortunately I’d been rewatching Clone Wars so the problems with Rebels were even more painful. It’s not as bad as those excruciating Forces of Destiny shorts, there are one or two things about Rebels that’ll keep…

What's that in dog years? What's that in dog years?

It’s forty years today since K-9 was left off the leash in The Invisible Enemy by Bob Baker and Dave Martin. The original robot dog, voiced by John Leeson, was the creation of Professor Marinus in the year 5000. Behind the scenes, it was a reaction to the popularity of R2-D2 and Star Wars in general that prompted his…

Conflicts in Space Conflicts in Space

With all the rejoicing across the internet to-day over the news that Corey Trevorrow is out as director of Star Wars: Episode IX there’s naturally been a lot of speculation as to who’ll take over the reins. I say; get Gordon Cole! That is, David Lynch. He was, after all, George Lucas’ first choice to direct Return of…

It was  quick. And predictable. And still...

it is somehow a perfect mashup. Not much to add here.

Comic Con Report, volume 4: Battle
Hardened Pigeon Edition Comic Con Report, volume 4: Battle Hardened Pigeon Edition

I think this is the angriest pigeon in San Diego. I saw him during Comic Con at a trolley station.

A Solution to the Star Wars Problem A Solution to the Star Wars Problem

So over on Postal Apocalypse, there was another question about the future of Star Wars after the Han Solo director shakeup and Rob Bricken’s response was, basically, that the movies will be good, but not great, which is what Disney wants.

Star Wars Water Star Wars Water

One of the best Ukrainian waters (we here have a wide selection of bottled mineral waters), Morshynska, issued a limited series of smaller bottles looking like characters of Star Wars:

Advanced Muggle Studies Bonus episode: Dumbledore casting and The Last Jedi Advanced Muggle Studies Bonus episode: Dumbledore casting and The Last Jedi

So we decided to do a little bonus episode, for those of you who might, for some reason, want to hear our thoughts on the latest casting news for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, as well as our reactions to the latest Star Wars: The Last Jedi teaser trailer.

Gold Leader Drops The Bomb Gold Leader Drops The Bomb

The F-Bomb, that is. From this past weekend’s Star Wars Celebration, outtakes of Angus McInnes filming his cockpit scenes for “The Star Wars” in 1976. He’s setting up his attack run when he flubs what would become his signature line. Fortunately, it only impacted on the surface.

Soviet Architecture Looks So Star Wars Soviet Architecture Looks So Star Wars

got the collection here. attributing from comments to the photos, not going to google it (the baby is asleep and I don’t have much time):

On an Island Far, Far Away ... On an Island Far, Far Away ...

Amazon are taking pre-orders for the Star Wars Marvel UK Omnibus a massive 808-page hardcover volume that promises lots of goodies never seen in America. Now I am slightly confused, because while Empire Strikes Back Monthly included strips by Steve Moore, Alan Moore, Alan Davis and John Stokes I’m not sure that would…

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