It's not as stupid as I thought it would be - it's stupider.
It's not as stupid as I thought it would be - it's stupider.
Darth Maul was indeed a very cool character. He didn't talk much, his costume was cool and kick ass, he looked evil as hell, and he fought well.
His costume was really kind of "meh" to me. Rather drab and generic.
It'd be a different story altogether, though, if the costume had looked like this ...
Maul & Grievous - that's just lazy.
If it's any consolation, their "pre-evil" names were Khameir Sarin and Qymaen jai Sheelal, respectively.
I know it isn't for me =D
So reading has never been that much fun for me I love Stories but reading no I even gave a text to speech program on my computer to read long documents. I can read when I have to but as for reading novels I am still so slow they suck. The words get in my way.
An audio book you turn it on close your eyes and watch the movie on the inside of your eyelids. A Book you have to look at words all the time.
It's weird how someone can come to such different conclusions on some things.
I myself loathe audiobooks - I can't immerse myself into the world being described, and my mind just wanders, the reading becoming background noise to me. I've only been able to "read" two audiobooks, and that was by forcing myself to pay attention - to close my eyes as tightly as possible and turn the volume up as much as was necessary to drown out any outside sounds.
Good ol' fashioned books are far less daunting for me. I can get into them with a minimum of fuss and read them at my own pace.
A war involving the Republic/Jedi fighting against evil clones - who all dress like snowtroopers, only with open-faced helmets - and Mandalorians.
TV's Frink said:
An explanation would only ruin the magic.
Which is why I must do this ...
"Magic" - Olivia Newton-John
But, when you see Red, u know that its a Sith. Blue or Green you know its a good guy. Purple, you know its Samuel L. Jackson
Only the PT established that as a firm rule, and I firmly rule the PT out =P
Having listened to the clip, I don't find anything majorly wrong with it. There is this weird sound in the beginning that sounds like a thunderclap, though, and some creaking sounds at the end - were those intentional?
I always liked Leia with a red lightsaber too--it helps go against that whole 'every bad guy has red and every good guy has blue or green' thing.
Yes indeed. I've always found that to be one of the (old) EU's strong points - moving beyond the films' rather simplistic colour symbology. Blue & green can symbolize darkness and evil just as much as red can, and red can symbolize the complete opposite.
Many people hate the Dark Empire miniseries, and I fully understand the reason why, but when I see Palpatine go up a red saber-weilding Luke with a blue blade I can't help but smile.
How could you not have a camera, Battery Man? I can't find a device around me that DOESN'T have at least one camera built into it!
I don't happen to have a decent, recent photo of myself on hand.
Hopefully the seven-year-old self portrait represents me better =D
I think Leia is da bomb with a red lightsaber :p
I used to call Darth Vader Dark Vader when I was a kid before I was corrected - by the movies or my school classmates, I'm not sure which.
Well, I changed my avatar ...
I told you I wouldn't be beautiful to behold ...
Some direct-to-video or TV POS "horror" film called Behind the Wall.
The Bantam books are far from perfect, but I'll agree they're better than the books Del Rey puts out; the lack of the PT's existence during Bantam's run has something to do with that =D
The PT fanboys and their zealous obsession with forcing prequelisms into each and every era is one reason the Del Rey books suck - for me, at least. I can understand it if the story takes place during the PT timeframe, but anything beyond that is bullshit (the comics suffer from that too, though; it's not just a fault of the newer novels).
I will say, however, as one of many who loathes the New Jedi Order series, I did like the Yuuzhan Vong and their organic technology; a good idea that was realized very poorly.
Hmmm ... I get an "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" page when I click on the link.
"When you have to shoot, shoot. Don't talk" Tuco in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
Why is this place so different? Other than the obvious (desire for OT), why is this the place of choice for open, intelligent Star Wars discussions?
This forum is not as strictly moderated as the more "official" forums, and freedom of speech is given more than simple lip service. On OT.com you don't feel as if you're closed in like you would on TFN; there's no oppressive feeling that you've got to keep to a narrow path, all the while holding your breath, and that should you ever deviate the slightest bit from that path or take in a full breath of air a pack of ravenous wolves will bring you down and tear you to shreds.
That's the way I feel, anyway.
The fact there is an EU character Lucas loathes makes me all warm and fuzzy inside!
The fact that Lucas knows about any EU character astounds me.
That being said, it's ironic that the creator of Jar Jar Binks finds The Jolly Green Bugs irritating enough to despise him; cognitive dissonance and double standards cloud the Flanneled One's vision once again.
Edit: Crap! They deleted it :( That didn't last long.
I think I'm gonna steal adopt that name for the alternate PT I'm writing up ...
If Star Wars can cope with wise cracking gun toting green rabbits outside of the films I think it can survive blue gay, and puking baby Hutts.
I have no idea what any of that means...
But I'm very intrigued.
I could reveal my true form, but to do so would send all you mortals into gibbering madness eternal.
I haven't watched it. I have no interest in exploring anything Star Wars if I know it won't fit in my personal canon. I guess that makes me anal, but ... well ... so sue me =D
When they were attractive you mean.
I did say "back in the day" ;-)
Have you seen pictures of them lately, yuck age is not a kind thing.
And neither is drugs.
Carrie indeed aged horribly - she looks like an old, wrinkly munchkin. Stevie, on the other hand, seems to have aged more-or-less well - she's no spring chicken, though.