A Matthew Stover-esque take on Starkiller Base.
On “remake culture” and our propensity towards the past and the way that Revelation can bring us forward.
My thoughts on the Rogue One: A Star Wars Story trailer.
What is the value of an anthology like “Tales of a Galaxy Far, Far Away: Aliens”?
This blog post will serve as a master post containing any OFFICIAL (that is, trailers, teasers, TV spots, or official tie-in material, panels, actor accounts or confirmations) information we have received about The Force Awakens (2015) so far. NOTHING unofficial will be reported here: this post will contain no rumors unless officially confirmed, so this post will be generally free from true spoilers the average fan could not find easy access to. Continue reading “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”
As I continue to trace a possibility of a theological deep structure, I noticed that the current seven theatrical Star Wars releases fall into a structure similar to the seven day creation in both its chronological and real-world order.
Ever since January 2015 and the Disney buy-out of both Lucasfilm and Marvel, Marvel has been in charge of the Star Wars comcis brand. This post will focus on the first story arc from the Star Wars title, “Skywalker Strikes!” 2015 has been one of the most controversial years in Star Wars history, from the introduction of Kylo Ren’s crossguard lightsaber to a new character introduced in this series…
“The Inquisitor is dead. The Ghost crew has connected with other rebel cells. And a new ally named Ahsoka Tano has emerged. Despite these successes and developments, the fight against the Empire takes a deadly turn, as the evil Sith Lord Darth Vader comes to Lothal.” (SPOILER WARNING)