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    It’s Time: Get Excited for ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’

    #StarWars pic.twitter.com/jWQ58SRE2D — Every Tweet Ever (@EveryTweet_Ever) October 20, 2015 It’s getting harder and harder for me to pretend that Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens might not be flat out awesome. In an Internet age when hype and snark dictate everything, you’re either With Us or Against Us. Light Side or Dark Side. […] More

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    Star Wars #10: An Unlikely Pairing Makes for Tons of Fun

    While picking up the pace of the plot a bit from the previous issue, Star Wars #10 succeeds almost singlehandedly on the strength of one particular pairing of characters. After being teased in the cliffhanger of issue #9, this issue fully introduces Chewbacca into the “Showdown on Nar Shaddaa” storyline (in the same month as the first issue of his solo limited series launches) and pairs him with perhaps the unlikeliest of partners: C-3PO. The end result is comic book gold. More

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    ‘Star Wars Battlefront’ Open Beta Impressions

    The open beta for DICE’s Star Wars Battlefront is currently available for download on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The beta will last 5 days (ending October 12th), and includes 2 different multiplayer modes, as well as a singleplayer/co-op mode. The first multiplayer mode is called ‘Drop Zone’, it’s an 8 vs 8 mode with […] More

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    ‘Pan’ is a fantastic mess and a messy fantasy

    Pan Written by Jason Fuchs Directed by Joe Wright USA, 2015 Peter Pan gets the Star Wars treatment by way of Baz Luhrmann in Joe Wright’s Pan, an attempt at putting a somewhat original spin on a children’s classic. In true Hollywood style, however, the film is so hampered by studio notes that it almost […] More

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    ‘Star Wars’ #9 is an action-packed but brisk read

    Continuing “Showdown on the Smugglers Moon”, Star Wars #9 is, essentially, an all-out action issue, advancing both of the story’s two plots incrementally in favor of extended action scenes. The end result is an entertaining issue that nonetheless reads briskly and is somewhat unsatisfying as a result, since not a whole lot of plot advancement or character development happens. More

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    Video of the Day: Visual Symmetry of Star Wars

    In a 2005 interview with Vanity Fair in 2005, George Lucas said, [highlight color=”blue”]“The interesting thing about Star Wars—and I didn’t ever really push this very far, because it’s not really that important—but there’s a lot going on there that most people haven’t come to grips with yet. But when they do, they will find it’s […] More

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