Another character in the Sequel trilogy that the creators just didn’t know what to do with and got an underwhelming ending after showing some promise. Let’s imagine a better conclusion for Armitage Hux.
The Mandalorian brand carries more weight in value than anything else in the Star Wars Universe.
This post is full of spoilers of Light of the Jedi, A Test of Courage, Into the Dark, The High Republic, and High Republic Adventures. She’s a chunky post so grab some tea or coffee and settle in as we discuss all things The High Republic.
Charles Soule’s two-part story follows a couple from Light of the Jedi and their time on Starlight Beacon before and after The Great Disaster. Joss and Pikka Adren were actually some of the first characters introduced from The High Republic when the first part of Starlight Short Stories was published in Star Wars Insider #199 … Continue Reading Star Wars Insider The High Republic: Go Together Thoughts
Gina Carano is gone but Cara Dune should get to live on. A case for recasting and not allowing a unique Star Wars character to go quietly into that sweet goodnight.
First in a new series looking back at Star Wars characters in canon whose fates are undecided, unconfirmed, or just up in the air.
Claudia Gray’s anticipated YA entry into The High Republic arrives as a companion read more than a standalone story.
Things kick up a notch in The High Republic #2 and IDW The High Republic Adventures enters the madness. Mild spoilers.
It’s the month of love and what better way to celebrate with the Star Wars version of “star-crossed” lovers.
When additional canon provides the context to one of the main antagonists, one has to ask: What was the point?
Spotlighting five of my favorite designs in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
When toy sales dictate Executive decisions in film and television studios on what content gets produced, they are important and connected to the overall health of the brand.
Two Cavan Scott entries into The High Republic, a comic issue and children’s book highlighting new Jedi faces during The Great Disaster.
Why this comic character mesh of two Lucasfilm properties (Star Wars and Indiana Jones) is destined for the screen.
A middle grade Star Wars book that has a lot of bite. Justina Ireland’s first entry in The High Republic is a nice character study around tragic times for young citizens of the galaxy.
Star Wars The High Republic era is finally here and the adult novel, The Light of Jedi, introduces us to the inciting event that sets the stage for what’s to come for The High Republic. Let’s discuss (mild spoilers).
Looking at a more condensed of Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian and the insights from behind the scenes of season two. Spoilers for season two.
Given recent news, Thrawn is a character you should get to know and this Graphic novel adaptation of his first book is a perfect intro to the canon version of one of the most popular Star Wars literary characters.
Looking at the galaxy as a whole and the importance of location in The Mandalorian. Final part of a series.
One of the most prominent Star Wars themes gets more nuance in The Mandalorian. Part two of a series.
A week out from the season finale, let’s take a look at the themes from The Mandalorian season two. Part one of a series.
Can Disney and LucasFilm turn this ship around and get the Chinese audiences into the galaxy far far away? Of course they can. But they will need to build brand loyalty from the ground up.
Action, emotions, a hello, and a goodbye. Let’s discuss the last episode of the season. And here be spoilers.
Based on my own opinions and not the gospel. Let’s take a look at all the announced upcoming projects headed to Disney+ and theaters and rank from a “no thanks” to “yes please.”
The end is near and the gang’s all here. Let’s discuss Chapter 15 and here be spoilers.
We are under a month away from the next big Star Wars canon event. Let’s review what we know and why you should be excited.
Chapter 14 continues a thread from season one and, as promised, brings tragedy. Here be spoilers.
Claudia Gray’s Leia Princess of Alderaan is an earlier canon novel but one that is worth your time.
It might not be actual canon, but it might be the beginning of holiday tradition. Thoughts on Disney/Lego’s take on the Star Wars Holiday Special.
Ok. That really happened. Let’s talk about. Here be spoilers.
Why Disney’s Galaxy’s Edge is the only land that can compete with Universal’s Wizarding World in franchise immersion. And why is still has a ways to go.
We are now halfway through the season and it seems Chapter 12 is a turning point in the overall plot of The Mandalorian so let’s discuss. Here be spoilers.
Five of the best Star Wars lore additions given to us by Respawn’s Jedi: Fallen Order
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order released one year ago today. Let’s take a look back at the launch campaign and what made this single-player game so special.
Chapter 11 is here and so are some familiar faces so let’s discuss. Here be spoilers.
The top ten best character stories from A Certain Point of View: The Empire Strikes Back in order of event sequence.
With the arrival of a first holiday edition of Black Series troopers, is this experiment from Hasbro and Lucasfilm the first of many to come?
And we are done with Chapter 10. Let’s talk about it. And here be spoilers.
A new monthly special post. My pick for a piece of Star Wars content worth your investment.
One of Disney’s most ambitious marketing campaigns pivots from a more traditional reliance on trailers and “first look” teases. Five lessons we can learn from kickoff.
From the Expanded Universe’s Death Trooper to Nightsisters and Brain worms, let’s take a look at Star Wars’ favorite horror trope.
Chapter 9 is in the books, let’s talk about it. And here be spoilers.
Five things the Star Wars Gods can do for me in Season 2.
By making a few noticeable tweaks on Star Wars’ most mysterious species, Disney and LucasFilm created a new pop culture phenomenon.
The real question is can Star Wars characters introduced in the comics become as loved as the Marvel and DC characters that were introduced in comics before appearing on the small and big screen?
Based on back story and how cool of an action figure they’d make.
Now that the millions of battles have been fought all over the world, what does the future hold for Star Wars gaming and canon?
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