Star Wars

  • Title: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
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Here’s our first look at Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker which will hit theaters on December 20th.

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Star Wars Adventures #19

by Alan Rapp on April 3, 2019

in Comics

Star Wars Adventures #19 comic reviewThe latest issue of IDW’s family-friendly all-ages comic series takes fans back to the days of the Old Republic. “Roger Roger” is a somewhat goofy tale about a damaged Battle Droid, B1-0516, who decides to help Obi-Wan Kenobi and Rex who are outnumbered and outgunned by an entire legion of Battle Droids during the Battle of Horain. Star Wars: The Clone Wars fans will no doubt enjoy seeing Kenobi and Rex thrown together for the story, while the droid (who earns the nickname Bats by helping the duo) offers some comic relief (and unexpected back-up for our heroes).

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Make Stuff examines the split in Star Wars fandom over The Last Jedi (which was amazing, by the way).

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The Hidden Beauty Behind Star Wars Planets

by Alan Rapp on December 31, 2018

in Essays 

Films&Stuff examines The Hidden Beauty Behind Star Wars Planets

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  • Title: LEGO Star Wars: All-Stars – From Trenches to Wrenches
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LEGO Star Wars: All-Stars - From Trenches to Wrenches television review

The new LEGO Star Wars offers a more open-ended universe for characters across all eras. The show’s first episode ties together several shorts previously released online with the premise of R0-GR (Matthew Wood) sharing adventures from his new autobiography to various characters. The stories range from his inglorious days as part of the Droid Army and adventures on various worlds over the years including Endor, Naboo, Jakku, Takodana, and Tatooine. Various characters show up both in the flashbacks and as R0-GR’s captive audience in the present including Han Solo, Chewbacca, R2-D2, Cassian, the Freemakers, Maz, Rose, and Admiral Ackbar. While lightweight, and mostly forgettable, the first episode of LEGO Star Wars: All-Stars still proves to be more fun that the mostly disappointing Star Wars Resistance.

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