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Wedge - Hero of the Rebellion : Inspired By Star Wars

Wedge Antilles is a character in the Star Wars franchise. He is a supporting character portrayed by Denis Lawson in the original Star Wars trilogy. Antilles is a starfighter pilot for the Rebel Alliance, and founded Rogue Squadron with his friend Luke Skywalker. 60 more words

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Where Star Wars's Contradictions Began

Back in March, I wrote a critique on how The Force Awakens contradicts the Star Wars saga’s core mythology by bringing back the Dark Side, making the Prequels’ Chosen One revelation, which recontextualizes… 923 more words

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TIL Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford were drunk in the scene where Leia and Solo arrive at Cloud City in "The Empire Strikes Back" due to partying all night into the morning with the Rolling Stones and Eric Idle. via /r/todayilearned


TIL Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford were drunk in the scene where Leia and Solo arrive at Cloud City in “The Empire Strikes Back” due to partying all night into the morning with the Rolling Stones and Eric Idle. 18 more words

Boba Fett - Sketch Lottery

Catching up with blog posts that should’ve been online last week. Here I contributed once again to the Sketch Lottery site. That week’s character was the best known bounty hunter in the Star War universe, … 14 more words

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Meme Monday: Oldie-Wan Text Posts

If you haven’t caught on already, I LOVE Obi-Wan. And not just beautiful-faced, sass-mouthed, sad-eyed, prequels-era Ewan McGregor Obi-Wan. I also ADORE weary-eyed, cranky-grandpa, dad-bod, 500% done Alec Guinness OT Obi-Wan. 87 more words

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A Star Wars Saga

It all started with a New Hope

But then the Empire Strikes Back

Which led to the Return of the Jedi

Before this all happened there was A Phantom Menace… 38 more words

Why I kind of like the Star Wars prequels

A couple of nights ago, I got into a loud and vociferous debate with a friend over the Star Wars franchise; specifically our respective orders of the movies from best to worst. 2,045 more words