Color matters in storytelling, but this is especially true in Star Wars, which is often referred to as “silent film” in that that visuals tell you everything you need know. This is done through music, of course, but it is done in color as well. Here are the 10 best uses of color in the […]Read more "Words of Color: The Best Uses of Color to Tell the Star Wars Story"
Star Wars hit 1977 like a pop culture atom bomb. Audiences couldn’t get enough of the strange worlds and the stirring blend of science fiction and fantasy that sprang from the imagination of George Lucas. He took the template of a damsel in distress and turned her into an independent, self-assured rebel. He made a […]Read more "Cinematic Catalysts: Star Wars Would Not Have Been Possible Without These Films"
Don’t worry we are not talking about grey Jedi here! We do, however, look at and analyze how Lucasfilm is currently blurring the lines between good and evil in the Star Wars galaxy, and what it might mean for current and future canon in the galaxy.Read more "ClashingSabers Podcast Episode 3- Should We Say Grey?"
We’ve been on quite a journey with Kanan, be it comics, novels, or on screen. With one more season of Rebels left, what does the past possibly tell us about the future?Read more "An Exploration of Kanan: Where He’s Been, Where He’s Going, and What It All Means"
It is inarguable that Anakin loved Padme. He also loved his mother. Were these two so twisted they become one?Read more "Padme Amidala as a Replacement For Shmi Skywalker (and How it Caused Anakin to Fall)"
Some characters draw us in, but sometimes it is hard to pin down what makes it so…. until now.Read more "The Simba Syndrome"
Snoke theories don’t necessarily suck… but is all this speculation really worth it?Read more "The Plague of Snoke Theories: Good or Bad?"