Written by robotical712, HypersonicHarpist, Josey, Pale, ravenclawmind and Needs_More_Sprinkles
One of the most intriguing concepts introduced in ‘Legends of Luke Skywalker’ is that of the Tide. On its face, it seems like yet another philosophy of the Force, yet a survey of the canon reveals it’s actually far more important than that and appears to be an emerging core concept. Indeed, the philosophy seems to have not only made a significant impact on Luke himself, but also on the broader Star Wars canon.
Part of the Finding SkyMom series
Continue reading The Tide and its Significance
Written by Josey
There are two commonly-held perceptions about the Sequel Trilogy we’ve seen in the fandom:
One, that Rian Johnson was – and JJ Abrams thus will be – allowed to do whatever he wanted with his installment of the trilogy, including retconning established movie canon; and
Two, that anything “The Powers That Be” say on social media should be taken as the literal truth.
Continue reading Rian Johnson and the Creative Process
Splinter of the Mind’s eye is fairly straightforward and offers little in the face of building the Star Wars mythos. This is to be expected, as the novel was written as a low-budget sequel to the 1977 film. Certain creative choices were designed to work around the potential production of a sequel film; Han Solo and Chewbacca are absent, as Harrison Ford wasn’t signed on for a sequel. The environment of Mimban was also layered with thick fog, as to lower budget on set design. The book represents more of an ‘alternate history’ for the franchise, rather than a story worthy of merit in the present years.
Continue reading Splinter of the Mind’s Eye: Analysis
A list of named Jedi during the prequel era from The Phantom Menace (and just before) to Revenge of the Sith. Each has some basic biographical information and their fates if known. If a Jedi held multiple ranks over the time period, they’re listed under the highest achieved.
Continue reading List of Known Prequel Era Jedi
Disturbanceinthefrost on Tumblr recently posted about how more information has affected her view of our ReySky interpretation of The Last Jedi. With her permission I’ve re-posted it here.
Continue reading A Take on The Last Jedi from DisturbanceintheFrost
I was finally able to watch Solo: A Star Wars Story Saturday evening after real life kept forcing me to postpone. It was well worth the wait and, while not particularly deep or introspective, it was one of the most fun films I’ve seen in theaters. (Spoilers)
Continue reading Robotical712’s Review of Solo: A Star Wars Story