topped for a month, tops.
In other random thoughts has anyone else ever noticed that the actor who play Jerec in Dark Forces II was the MI6 agent that tries to drug James Bond after he goes rogue in License to Kill? Probably just me.
I’ve noticed he’s the guy who interrogated Sinclair in that one episode of Babylon 5, and he was in an episode of Sliders, too.
With the Fox acquisition all but a done deal, what are they going to do with Deadpool? Or Family Guy for that matter?
Cancel the latter, hopefully.
Falafel = fullofawful
I don’t care about CLONE W
LOL. I’ve made collages in MS Paint more seamless than this.
Wilford Brimley is a dog.
Was it a cross-dressing hare from Brooklyn?
screams in the void said:
All I can say is that I have been around since the beginning (1977) and I can remember a time when I was starved for ANY new Star Wars content , from about 1986 to 1991 you could hardly find a book , comic or magazine on the subject and there was a long ass 16 year wait between the OT and the PT .So, there is some really good stuff now and some mediocre stuff but I am just glad to have it still active after all these years
I feel the opposite. I think it would be best if Star Wars just gave up.
Right now I’m thinking about that time Marvel Comics did Marvel Comics 2.
Damn you for reminding me of good Marvel comics!
This article about Futurama.
How does one make someone an idiot on Google?
Elect him POTUS.
Well, it’s good to know he still with us.
Wow, somebody dislikes Ahsoka? Why? She’s one of the best if not THE best character from post 2005
No no, no no. You’re the no.
Does anyone actually want an MCU style 20-film intertwined arc for these films?
Since I hate the structure & style of the MCU, no.
Remember Darth Talon? Or Quinlan Vos’ sexy wife from the old EU? I guarantee we will never see those types of characters ever again in SW.
So there’s a bright side to all this.
Frank your Majesty said:
I much preferred when ALL the films were good,
Cue Duracell ranting about ROTJ.
Done and done.
Those characters aren’t so much “dead” as stuck in carbonite.
Modern Marvel Comics are some of the most depressing comics one can read, in no small part because death is meaningless and only done for publicity.
Dek Rollins said:
Morbid curiosity or someone else put it on?
An obsessive-compulsive drive to rewatch every single movie I have ever seen in my life.
The whole “revived” series looks much more film accurate. The Jedi now wear full robes. Before only had a variant of clone armor, due to technical restrictions. Over time animation quality gradually increased, and it looks like they finally reached accuracy.
A shame, 'cause the “clone armour variant” looks better.
I thought the Jedi Academy books we’re supposed to be good?
If Kevin J. Anderson wrote it, general consensus is it’s bad.
Star Wars didn’t saturate the market and fans only understood the Star Wars brand to represent QUALITY! So every time a new piece of content was released you were excited and it lived up to your expectations.
Suffice to say, I must respectfully disagree.
Since I actually like TCW, I’m not apathetic or antipathic towards this news.