Well-written and infused with style, if you’re a Star Wars fan with a passing interest, I highly recommend this book. If you’re not a Star Wars fan of particular note, I still recommend it. It’s worth your time.Read More #StarWars: Thrawn – A Review
Blogging has always been about having a way for me to work things out that randomly come into my brain. I’m not so vain as to regard blogging as anything other than something fun to let off nerdy “steam” that’s built up. Despite constantly hurling my voice at the world through podcasting, sometimes I return to it.Read More So, What Are You Really Reading?
OK, that headline is a little bit of an attention-getter on purpose. Maybe I really just want the wounding of the Expanded Universe since there is some stuff worth retaining, like the Thrawn books and a lot of the Prequel Era stuff I’ve read.Read More My Repeating Hope: Killing the Expanded Universe (EU)!
Recently on The Twitter, a conversation along these lines came up again. Perhaps I jumped in because I was in the process of migrating a lot of these into draft format; I was up late doing so when I saw something that I knew to be incorrect regarding how much the prequels were supposedly shaped […]Read More The EU Is Not Authoritative (and Flashback Blog: It’s Likely That Mr. Lucas Doesn’t Know)
According to the “Shatnerverse,” everyone’s favorite ham has put out into Star Trek lore that the Borg were actually responsible for V’Ger.Read More Was V’Ger a Borg?
The Force, as explained in certain moments in the prequels, does not afford everyone the luxury of retaining their identity after death.Read More Troubling Immortality