If this is true, it wouldn't be the first time that a bit of merchandising leads to some questions and potential insight into a Star Wars film. Via the incredibly awesome Jedi News site, a bit of fan art led to me to hunt down a picture of the next wave of Star Wars Funko POP! … Continue reading Funko POP! Star Wars Spoiler?
Spoilers ahead for the season 3 episode of Star Wars: Rebels, "Twin Suns." By and large, I don't follow a lot of social media, so I don't really yet know how the internet is reacting to last night's "rematch of the rematch." All I know is that I was rather impressed by the restraint of … Continue reading Kenobi vs. Maul
A lot of little things are on my mind, and blogging over morning coffee helps. Here goes... First and foremost is Christmas shopping for my Mom. Her "thing" is Texas history, especially Republic of Texas era. By that, I don't mean that she knows a lot about it. She doesn't. Dad's the history buff, but … Continue reading Random Updates
While this book is the 39th in the official line of novels, my buddy read with BrokenTune is going straight into this after completing Goldfinger. It seemed only right to do so, seeing as how Trigger Mortis picks up shortly after the events of that original Fleming novel. This is my second read through the book, … Continue reading Trigger Mortis by Anthony Horowitz, with original material by Ian Fleming
Following on the success of his previous Star Wars offering, Kenobi, and in conjunction with the newly-formed Lucasfilm Story Group, John Jackson Miller throttles us forward from the end of the prequel era and into the Dark Times, the largely uncharted territory between trilogies. The Clone Wars are over. The Empire has risen. The surviving … Continue reading Star Wars: A New Dawn by John Jackson Miller