Aside from the snarky memes and Internet puns, Leia’s space scene seems problematic. Is there a way to fix it?Read more "Saving Leia"
Love ’em or hate ’em, everybody is STILL talking about porgs (Porgs?). But in all their cuteness you may have missed something….Read more "We Need To Talk About Porgs"
The history and lore of Excalibur entranced generation upon generation, including one Kylo Ren.Read more "Seeking to Understand Excalibur"
In honor of Rogue One’s recent release on Netflix, the first of the Star Wars films available to the popular streaming medium, take a second look with us at this most recent cinematic entry into that galaxy far, far away. As the first of several planned anthology films (that is, those not dependent upon […]Read more "Rogue One: A Star Anti-Wars Story"
With a hit or miss record, the new canon is a question that must be answered.Read more "Star Wars Books: The Death of Creativity?"
Money matters in the Star Wars galaxy… more problematic than you’d expect.Read more "Pulling Threads Till the Tapestry Falls Apart: The Jedi and the Problem of Government Finances"
The Star Wars Clone Wars cartoon series represents a dramatic shift in the way that the Star Wars universe expanded. Clone Wars set the standard, for better or worse, for the way we would enjoy Star Wars outside of a movie theater. But should that be celebrated or bemoaned?Read more "Clone Wars vs. The Expanded Universe?"
Recently, our site posted an article regarding leadership in the Star Wars universe. And you might, just might, have been under the impression that some of our heroes are rather petty and mean-spirited. Specifically, Mace Windu was taken to task for his failure of leadership and dereliction of duty. I am here to help restore […]Read more "In Defense of Mace Windu"
A case AGAINST spoilers.Read more "Building a Wall (no, not THAT wall)"
And so it began. Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi debuted to a full crowd by Rian Johnson, the director of the film, alongside the theater one-sheet poster. The poster gives us all this information but with one small twist: the logo for Star Wars was in red rather than the classic yellow. Three […]Read more "The Last Jedi?"