Your sister brings utterly bizarre imagery to mind, Bizarro Darth. She must be giving off some weird psychic vibes!
I like the leather look myself. Gives the art some added depth, for lack of a better term.
^Sadly, so did I at the time.
AAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BURN IT WITH HOLY WATER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B Movie Actor by Bruce Campbell
In dire need of a second, updated, edition.
Alanis Morissette c. 1992.
You guys are now starting to remind me of what I don't like about the EU. Thanks a lot =(
Everything about this was terrible. Hutt beards, 3-eyed sons of the Emperor, Vader's Glove having magic powers...
Ah, c'mon, Zorba's look was awesome! He's probably the best thing about those books!
Anyway ... moving on ... the worst thing would probably be the whole "indestructible glove of Darth Vader" thing. It's like the authors watched TESB, and, after seeing Vader deflect Han's blaster bolts with his hand, wrote up this fanfic-quality explanation to make sense of the situation. Of course, this explanation contradicts ROTJ, where it's plainly shown that Luke cuts through the glove.
God, yet another reason to hate the EU; canonizing bad kids' books regardless of the fact that they blatantly contradict the films.
Darth Bizarro said:
She really didn't have a whole lot to say about characters until we got to Empire. There was some stuff early on about Anakin being emo and a jerk but she forgave him because of his pretty hair.
Fabio standing on a sun-drenched cliff with wind blowing through his hair.
I know I should play the only Jedi who gets a rainbow-coloured lightsaber. I'm just too cool for blue or green.
This whole discussion is now reminding me of the whole debate on whether the Chronicles of Narnia should first be read in release order or chronological order. Based on what apparently C.S. Lewis himself preferred, I chose to read it in chronological order. Now, in hindsight, in light of all this George Lucas-related Star Wars stuff, I wish I had read the books the other way around =(
Jar Jar's finger looks an awful lot like a penis, so it works on many different levels!
Lord, the more I see the cover art on the DVD packages, the more I hate them. I'm so sick of shitty Photoshopped shit.
^I don't really think the novelizations are considered EU, though.
Jake Lloyd the Amazing One Film Wonder said:He is an AMAZING director! He gets the utmost performance out of EVERY actor he works with! And he is the NICEST guy!
LOL His inflection makes me ROTFLMAO
new definite cover !!!
All we need is Jar Jar's middle finger sticking up. Then it'd be perfect.
I spent all day watching episodes of Are You Afraid of the Dark? on YouTube. I loved that show as a kid, and I still love it now.
Loser from TF.N said:No, no. Not nerds. Nerds are awesome! Nerds build space shuttles, map the human genome and even become President. Nerds make our modern world possible. Nerds are the future. Nerds are cool.
Fanboys are the problem. Fanboys write online petitions about things that aren't any of their business. Fanboys think they should have a vote about whether Greedo shoots first. Fanboys think Star Wars belongs to the "people" (i.e. them).
Fanboys make baby Luke and Leia cry.
Fanboys are the problem, alright. Fanboys think that the object of their mastabatory fantasies are beyond reproach. Fanboys think that any criticism of their chosen tin god is pure blasphemy that isn't to be tolerated. Fanboys like to paint all opponents as "unrealistically nostalgic", as "following the herd", and, of course, as "being fanboys".
I'm really, really, considering becoming the kenkraly of TF.N
Darth Bizarro said:And I still say that watching the prequels and knowing the story makes Return of the Jedi a much better film once you know more about Vader and Palpatine.
From a certain point of view. Always, always, from a certain point of view ;-)
I think it would cost too much money to create a "fan PT" complete with sets, actors, etc. It'd probably be a different story if you went with animation instead, though.
The problem with remakes isn't what medium they're made in, but the soulless life-sucker that is Hollywood.
"Dancin' Til Dawn" by Lenny Kravitz.
A: Staying alive.
Q: Are you afraid of the light?