The Japanese film magazine Kinema Junpo (Cinema: Fresh Take) did a special cover feature on Rogue One and the general impact and significance of the Star Wars saga in December during the run up to the film’s release. One of the people they interviewed for this feature was Kazuo Koike, the famed manga writer of … Continue reading Influence upon Influence: The Clone Wars and John Ford
It's only been a few hours, but I for one think it's time to talk about it. Star Wars: The Clone Wars is back! Just hours ago today, July 19, 2018, it was announced at San Diego Comic-Con's Clone Wars panel that the much loved and debated animated series thought up by George Lucas and lead by … Continue reading Clone Wars Saved!
Every four years there is one sports event which arguably captivates the world more than the Olympics: the FIFA World Cup of soccer (football). This year's World Cup is being held in Russia, and would the USA have qualified (which it failed to do for the first time since 1986), it would have made for … Continue reading The World Cup and Star Wars Fantasy Football (Soccer)
By Julien Vedrene Luke Skywalker, as I had known him to be, was the most powerful Force user to walk the galaxy far, far away. Not only in ability, but in philosophy as well. He was the culmination of everything the Jedi should have been: a powerful avatar for the Light Side with foresight that … Continue reading Luke Skywalker’s Progression in The Last Jedi
The plan was simple: we'd record three episodes of our Last Shot Chapter Chats series to make our way through the book - two before Solo was released, and one after to both finish out the narrative in the novel and compare it to the new movie. Initially, things couldn't have gone more smoothly. We recorded … Continue reading @NorskAkiruno’s Notes from the “Lost” Episode of Last Shot Chapter Chats