Hello everyone! It has, unsurprisingly, been a while yet again.
Well to celebrate the release of SOLO: A Star Wars Story (which any fan should definitely check out!), I figured it would be plausible to finally make a post that has been on the back burner of my mind since before episode eight even came out.
Obviously this post regards to the anthology films, which are canonical films in the saga that act as “in-between” tales to fill in the gaps between the episodic films that normally jump ahead in the timeline between films. To put it more simple, the main films regard the “Skywalker” storyline while the spin off films tell other random tales that usually contribute to the main overarching “Skywalker” tale.
But besides Rogue One, Solo, and the possible Kenobi, Yoda and Boba Fett films heading our way, what else could they do? There is certainly many stories that can be thrown aboard the silver screen, but which ones would we actually want to see? Well I certainly have some hopes for what they can do. While my ideas may seem odd or unlikely, keep in mind that it is highly possible of Lucasfilm to throw virtually anything at us especially since the latest Solo film proved that any unexpected thing can actually happen now (those who saw the film know what I mean).
I have thought up of five ideas that I would really, really want to see in the future of Star Wars, please have a look and feel free to comment or whatever. Read the rest of this entry
Welcome to another Star Warsing post! This time we will be looking at our favorite Jedi characters who are not main characters within the Star Wars Timeline (at least not main characters in the films). This will also include characters from legends, whether or not they were main characters in legends novels, comics or games doesn’t necessarily matter here. Read the rest of this entry
Welcome to the first of, hopefully, many Star Wars posts in the coming days. Today we will be looking at which Lightsaber types are the coolest as well as which characters have the coolest version of these types. Of course this will all be canon stuff in this particular post, but I will acknowledge the legends lore as well, and I’ll try to give as much in-universe history about them as possible, as well as some personal stories and opinions. Also, probably be wary of spoilers for the television shows such as Clone Wars and Rebels since I do mention these shows quite a bit among other things.
Starting December 1st, we’ll be posting Star Wars related posts that will lead up to the release of Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi! There will be a post every other day which will include mainly top fives and top tens, with perhaps an editorial here and there.
Be sure to check back here in December!
This is a new feature where we look back at previous posts we’ve done and analyze what we thought would have happened in the future, which is now the present or whatever.
Let’s see if any of our Marvel hopes came true. Also just a heads up for at least one particular character: SPOILERS! Read the rest of this entry
Marvel has not only done really well these past few years, but they have also changed media forever. Many studios now including Warner Bros/DC, Fox and Sony are now on the shared-universe train and instead of two or three superhero films in a year, we are getting almost six or eight. A lot of superhero films might seem like too much for the average movie goer, but for superhero fans it is a dream come true.
Marvel has definitely unveiled numerous unique and special characters within their universe, along with many hints and teasers to future ones. However, despite other film companies owning the likes of Spider-man, Fantastic Four and X-Men, there are still a bunch of unique and interesting characters that Marvel more than likely owns, but have not introduced yet.
So here is our list of the top five characters, villainous or heroic, that we want to see appear somehow in some way within the marvel universe: (warning: current MCU film spoilers are to follow) Read the rest of this entry