Discussion in 'Literature' started by sabarte, May 12, 2008.
They just need to make an animated Han Solo series and adapt the Brian Daley and A.C. Crispin trilogies as well as Death Troopers.
I made my daughter / your niece watch the Star Wars Holiday Special last Thursday. Immediately afterwards she wrote a letter to George Lucas complaining about it. We mailed it out on that Saturday, which was the 34th anniversary of that travesty.
11/17/78 -- Never Forget
i know leland chee was starting to give us a timeline of events with The Clone Wars but he seems to hit a snag as he hasn't posted anything in over two weeks.
Just in case people were still wondering, there is no Even Piell fix in the new Reaves novel.
And LOL at Cpunt!!!
well that's good. i think. i just think the title is misleading. is the main character supposed to be the last of the active jedi to fight the empire?
Actually, I would have preferred some kind of Even Piell fix.
Almost everyone. I'm with Robimus on this one, but I think that even he's being a bit too generous. This arc has failed to fire on almost every cylinder with me, and I couldn't care less about any of the characters. I still want them to all die in a ship explosion next episode.
Fine, fine--most of those who've seen the arc.
I'm glad you enjoyed my mobile typo.
....Is it safe to come here without someone whinging over how my negative opinions hurt their mojo?
I'm just glad I'm not the only one who totally misread that typo at first.
If we're going down the family business route with chocolate involved than he has to have a son called Willy.
......That droid is a thousand generations old? Holy podoo!
Another good episode....my favorite of the arc. And of the season so far. Good action, good humor, some nice character development. I particularly liked Hondo trying to get some money out of Obi-Wan in the end and acting all indignant.
I wonder if an author is gonna get the chance to tell the story of [hl=black]how Yoda got his lightsaber[/hl]...
You mean like...
That was the idea, yes.
No, because that would be interesting.
I have real issues with the path they are taking with Hondo. Now he's just the stereotypical scoundrel with a good heart. Pretty sue he'll save Baby Adi during Order 66 as well, maybe all of her friends too. He can set up a secret underground railroad to smuggle Jedi to Mandalore Florrum.
Hopefully we do eventually see some confrontation when Boba arrives to take his ship back.
I thought that today's episode was the weakest of the whole arc. I had actually liked the prior episodes so, I guess I was more than a bit disappointed. There were a lot of plot holes too. Where was Hondo's fleet of saucer starships? We know they appear in episodes chronologically after this. On a more positive note, I do think that Hondo's character development is a good thing. He is still a filthy pirate and mercenary, but having a small soft spot for a child doesn't ruin that, IMO.
Ah, you must be one of those people who, to paraphrase Lucas, wanted Han to be some sort of amoral murderer who doesn't let an attacker get a first shot off.
I am too lazy to do the math. Is he older then Xesh would be if he would be immortal and be alive during the Battle of Yavin?
Dooku cut it in half as a wee youngling?
Huh? The Jedi Order guarded the Old Republic for a thousand generations, according to Obi-Wan. In the first film? Remember that?
A generation is about 20 years so he has to be about 20000 years old?
25 years, that's why the Republic is given the age of 25,000 years old.