Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
It feels like Star Wars. It feels good.
Mr. T joins the cast in order to rescue Jarael and show off lots of different Mandalorian armors.
Makes me think of a Marvel editor looking at the trade in a poorly-lit room with a bottle of whiskey and a letter from Rob Liefeld stating "IM ONBOARD FOR WRITING AND DRAWING THE STAR WARS 4 U GUYS, CANT WAIT!", silently weeping.
Hold on a second... is that guy Malak... seriously, that dude looks like Malak... for the love of Captain Goodvalor, JJM tell us if that dude is Malak or if you're just messing with us all!!?!??!
Rescue a bunch of Jedi from a mad scientist's lab that's right next to a star, what could go wrong- wait, actually, the rescue itself goes great, its the unintended consequences that will cause problems for years.
One thing that I forgot to clarify last time, and will do now, is that for the KOTOR series, I'm doing it by volume, rather than by arc, as several of the arcs are very short. I may be shamelessly milking, but I haven't fallen that far yet. This next one is KOTOR Volume 3, and covers the "Days of Fear" and "Nights of Anger" arcs.
I guess that's the problem of not checking in for a week: you don't notice things like the pictures in your previous posts not uploading. At least, I hope that's why this got no replies. I'll give it one more shot, and probably switch to something else after this arc.
Knights of the Old Republic: Days of Fear, Night of Anger.
When you have bad dreams about your Padawans doing to you the bad things you did to them, it can mean two things: you have a guilty conscience, or you got really, really drunk at the Jedi Council party last night.
The galaxies greatest Mastermind; Marn ‘The Gryph’ Hierogryph once again show why he is the galaxies greatest Mastermind together with his sidekicks; what’s-their-name-again-was
The introduction of Slyysk- the most adorable Trandoshan you'll ever come across; so adorable, that his first line is a startled "YEEP!"
Close one, but
@Todd the Jedi wins.
Special Announcement: I won't pretend there's ever been a time where my updates haven't been sporadic, but they're about to get much worse, as I'll be out of the country for the next month or so. That is, they'll be much worse, unless I hand the thread over to someone else, whether temporarily or permanently. Anyone who is interested in taking over the thread should PM me, and I'll send you a list of of everything that's been covered, as well as who won each round, and you can decide how best to cover the remaining material. Exactly when you'd start will be decided later. If I have multiple people who want the job, well, you can mud wrestle for it.
As one of my last updates, I'll try something different. Not a comic or novel: a short story.
Chewbacca's family discovers that the Concrete Jungle is a lot harder to master than an actual jungle, especially when the predators have guns.
If Denning's prose isn't outright malignant, it firmly occupies a place within the threshold of "really bad" just prior to reaching "so bad it's good."
The one with the trees.
Star Wars: The Holiday Special: Episode II: Attack of the Interrogator Droid
One of the extremely rare occasions when Chewie's perspective gets showcased.
Although I was going to say the one thing Denning wrote I didn't hate.
Isn't this one only one senctence long anyway?
Still a better cover than Millennium Falcon.
But that don't make it good
Is Han a hologram? He seems completely flat in that cover. Reminds me of the old scientist from I, robot.
My Shyriwook is a bit rusty, but I think this is actually six sentences.
Oh, ****, y'all, it's back!
Yeah, don't expect me to keep this thing moving like the old days, but since
@instantdeath instantly died I wanted to at least try to get the new stuff in here as it's coming out. As such:
I'll go ahead and give rounds a full week from now on--we'll see if it stays active that long.
I forgot this thread existed