It’s one Han of a comic book day! (Sorry, I came up with that and it made me laugh so I used it…I know it’s bad, but I just couldn’t help myself.) And, in a shocking twist, almost all the questions from last week’s episode remain unanswered! Yeah, I know that’s not really shocking, I was being sarcastic…sometimes that doesn’t translate well without tone of voice and gratuitous eye-rolling…anyway, we did find out some things and moved the story along swimmingly, so it was definitely a good book; I’m just really curious about those glowing orb creatures, so I’m grumpy that remains unanswered (amg spoilers!)…but that’s enough of a lead-in, let’s get to the good stuff!
Way back when there wasn’t an “original trilogy” and there was just “the Star Wars movies,” I thought the Force was something good and pure that the Jedi used correctly, and the Sith misused for their own evil agendas. It was a simpler time when the Force was merely a tool to be wielded and not the more complex entity it is today; and what was the first thing that really started to broaden the Force’s horizons? The idea of “bringing balance to the Force.” A vague prophecy that even Yoda thought the Jedi may have misinterpreted, but one that I, nevertheless, am going to attempt to solve in this post (okay, not really “solve” so much as babble on about). So if you like the Force, and you like babble, this is the blog you’re looking for…
It’s comic book day! I think I’m going to see about getting “hump day” officially changed to “comic book day” in popular vernacular…that seems doable, right? Yeah, probably not, but oh well…anyway, two pretty good books today, including the best issue of The Force Awakens series yet, so hold on to your butts, ’cause I’m blasting my way right into the good stuff!
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With new novels about Ahsoka and Thrawn coming soon, and Tarkin, and to a lesser extent Kanan, Luke and Ventress, already having their own, I started to think about which characters I’d like to see get their own books. My first thought was, “well, everyone, duh,” but that doesn’t make for a very good blog post, so I decided to whittle it down to three choices, because, you know, that’s kind of the format I use here…so, who will I choose? There’s no need to vex about it, just click below and find out!