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The Prequels Didn't Over-Do CGI

George Lucas oversaturated the prequels with computer-generated images and the dated, artificial visuals contributed to their mediocrity.  This argument gets passed around often, to the point that many fans toss it out matter-of-factly.  415 more words

Star Wars The cloak of deception by James Luceno

The prequel novel for Star wars by James Luceno tells the story prior to Star Wars Episode-I, where it is shown how the friction between the trade federation and Coruscant started. 159 more words

Illustration

In Trouble

A lie is a clever way to tell the truth—subjectively.

V. Shnodgrate, Renowned PL Poet

Honi Planet.

Where do I start?

Isn’t that awful? When people say that? 706 more words

The Punchy Lands

Star Wars: Darth Vader #20

It is a time of great unrest and rebuilding for the Empire. After the destruction of the Death Star, Darth Vader is working to atone for his failure by reigning in those who oppose the Empire’s rule. 146 more words

Marvel Comics

From Tinsel Town To Town House – Cinematic Architecture

The world of cinema doesn’t just dwell in the realms of fantasy. It is an amalgam of fact and fiction; the real and the unreal; truth and lie. 941 more words

Architecture

Star Wars: Star Wars, Annual 1 - Review

The first annual issue for Marvel’s Star Wars line introduces a new character to the Star Wars Expanded Universe, Eneb Ray, among other spies on Coruscant, and then promptly wipes them out (the spies, not Ray), in a story set to portray the duplicitous nature of Emperor Palpatine via a failed assassination attempt.   778 more words

Star Wars

Lando Calrissian

Thirty years after the Battle of Endor, the restored Galactic Republic enjoys a vibrant economy and sees the emergence of new and possibly transforming technologies within the areas of biotech and robotics. 137 more words

Coruscant