Discussion in 'Literature' started by TypoCelchu, Oct 30, 2012.
Only if you assume that he'd have responded differently otherwise.
JJ Abrams ring any bells? He outright said he wasn't directing SW VII.
They hired Kyle Katarn to persuade him to reconsider his position.
"TELL ME WHAT YOU KNOW!!"
Looks like Carrie Fisher is back:
Man, it is going to be weird to see Carrie Fisher take this role seriously again. Hamill and Ford haven't spent nearly as much time and effort lampooning their roles.
I was expecting it, but still, YAY!
But Artoo was right about trusting that strange computer...
Maybe. But I think they might opt to build a new Star Wars ride/attraction in Tomorrow Land at Magic Kingdom instead. Who knows. Funny enough, one of the first things that came to mind when this deal came to light was new Star Wars rides at DW.
Arrgh. Completely against my will, I'm starting to get excited.
Well, that's only 18 more issues, which is a year and a half, probably at least a year or so before VII comes out. And probably still within the frame of DH's current contract, whether or not it gets renewed.
Only 18 more issues?? Someone start a petition! Stop chopping your series off at the knees, DH!!
20 issues in the current marketplace ain't bad really.
Haven't you learned anything from Legacy? 100 issues or it didn't happen.
Lucas quotes are the most unreliable narrator there is
I love/hate that man.
The article is fascinating. It seems to me they had Arndt on board and had already been in talks with Carrie, Mark and Harrison well before the sale to Disney.
Tell that to the characters of Republic who even with 107 issues didn't happen.
That's true right up until he decides to digitally replace the entire cast with Ewoks.
You mean Duros. This time the comedy act needs to be Duros. Not Ewoks, not Gungans: Duros.
Duros can't be trusted to put on consistently good performances. They'd probably just contradict the EU. A better option would be a cast of humans in Duros-paint.
There was a while where I thought this board had become less weird than it once was. Thank you, Cad Bane, for contradicting the EU and proving me wrong.
Nah, Coop. There isn't a set number of issues for a story, the Q should be: Has a title (or creative run) done all it could? Some books end at 4 or 6 or 15 issues and it's the right number for them, you can see it clearly, anything more would show the book as running on empty. The reason cancellation is a problem for Legacy and KOTOR is the perception was - and remains - that there was plenty of fuel in the tank remaining.