Solo, unfortunately, offers up nothing new for the Star Wars universe but at the very least does bring together a great cast and new characters.
The Last Jedi fails the Rebels and the franchise with a story that flops around adding useless characters and plot devices to drag out the film.
Rogue One brings hope to a galaxy of fans disheartened by prequels & sequels.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens brings back the Star Wars franchise back to the big screen with new characters and old, but, unfortunately, with a story that has already been told before. However, the force is still strong with this film.
Branching away from DC Comics for just a moment, this segment will take a look at The Star Wars #8, the final issue in the adaptation of George Lucas’s rough draft script for Star Wars. Next, we have a review of Inhuman #2, a piece that is filled with amazing artwork as well as a look at The Winter Soilder: The Bitter March #4 that delves into the psyche with this 60’s spy thriller, pushing the characters to the edge.
By: Bryan Enk Well, here’s a hot-ticket panel we’ll probably be seeing at “Star Wars” Celebration next year. A long time ago, in our own galaxy, there were short films screened before features. One such short film, a 25-minute fantasy epic called “Black Angel,” was shown before certain overseas prints of “Star Wars: Episode V — The Empire Strikes Back” (1980). And then, inexplicably, it was gone, with no trace of a negative or bootleg VHS copy to be found. Lost to […]
The Star Wars #1 Longer ago, in a galaxy even further away… The Star Wars is George Lucas’s original concept for the Star Wars Universe, and by that I mean that this is an adaptation of George Lucas rough draft screenplay, and let me tell you, it’s incredibly different. There are still some similar concepts that relate to the Star Wars that we all know and love, but it’s still incredibly different. The Jedi-Bendu are being hunted by the Knights of the […]
By: Katey Rich We were skeptical when the news first broke yesterday, but now it’s all official. J.J. Abrams will indeed be directing the next chapter of the Star Wars adventure, with Disney announcing the news via press release this evening. Sadly there’s not any more information in there to go on– Abrams, famous for his secrecy, is sure to guarantee that the details of where the Star Warsuniverse will go will be kept very much under wraps. He did provide a statement for the release, […]
By: Sean O’Connell Quick! Name three female characters from the original Star Wars! Well, there was Princess Leia. And Luke’s aunt Beru (Shelagh Fraser). And … um. Well … there was, uh, Ashoka? No, that was Clone Wars. Were any of the Jawas female? Clearly George Lucas wasn’t going out of his way to be politically correct back in 1977 when he took audiences to a galaxy far, far away for the initial Star Wars. In fact, according to a story on […]
By: Katey Rich This weekend’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will be the first opportunity most have to see the world of Middle Earth in 3D– and depending on which screening you choose, you could see it in the ultra-sharp, fairly controversial 48 frames per second. But anyone watching the way Hollywood has worked over the last year or two could probably guess that, at some point, we’ll be seeing the original Lord of the Rings trilogy in 3D as well. After […]