Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
Stormtroopers and grass?
Crappiness, genericness, and laziness.
I think it should be "genericity"
Boba Fett takes up Necromancy and flies a Star Destroyer before spending thirty pages talking to Bossk in a bar.
@Havac takes this one.
BOUNTY HUNTER BONUS ROUND!!
I'm not going to explicitly ban semicolons for this one, but if your entry takes the form of "Dengar does X; Bossk does Y; Boba Fett does Z" you are boring and I will probably mock you.
Boba Fett and Han Solo have the perfect western/noir standoff while Dengar learns about these things called emotions, Zuckuss and 4-LOM join the Rebels after realizing the healthcare benefits far outweigh those of the bounty hunter trade, Bossk is Bossk, and IG-88 does the same thing he does every day: try to take over the world!
If you ever wondered what would happen if someone mixed Star Wars with The Cannonball Run then used the Pulp Fiction timeline gimmick, prepare to acheive nirvana.
All you need to know: The Last One Standing.
A Force-sensitive droid, a sentient Death Star and four bounty hunters walk into a bar...
Now THIS is podracing bounty hunting!
Six bounty hunters compete to see whose story can be most ignored in the future.
An anthology of tales about every Bounty Hunter in Darth Vader's employ during The Empire Strikes Back proven to have taken place in an alternate Star Wars Universe once all the other books were published.
The insane tale where a robot torments Emperor Palpatine with Three Stooges routines, plus some other stories.
Interestingly, bounty hunters hunt remarkably few bounties in this book.
Now you can find out how every bounty hunter on that bridge knew exactly where the Falcon was headed except the lizard, who it turns out is kinda dumb.
The book containing stories that do nothing except beg to be ignored by all authors, even KJA himself
IG-88 messes with Palpatine while... whelp, that's all I can remember.
Kevin J Anderson gets to write for a character that matches his prose, however the results are still terrible.
Sadly doesn't involve bounty hunters being thrown into a sarlacc, escaping and then being thrown back in.
Bumpity - started this one late, so one more day. Plus, I'm interested in seeing someone catch up to Hav.
KW Jeter should have read Of Possible Futures prior to writing the Bounty Hunter Wars.
No, Death Star, you are the IG-88s.
Oh, hey, this.
@Havac wins. Again.
Summaries of Side Trip specifically are acceptable, but c'mon - be creative.
A vastly misleading title: for a book called Tales from the Empire, it's all about fringe characters, Rebels, and future Rebels, with Thrawn pretending to be Jodo Kast pretending to be Boba Fett.
The back cover blurb always disappointed me because there was no "Tale of Captain Needa."