Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
I call a vote of no confidence, I was clearly winning before this happened. I already had a speech thought out: "Yay, now Lugija is the popular one!"
Just. Let. Me. Win.
You're still looking good. Just keep an eye on Culator.
The creative forces that brought you several brooding muscular tattooed emo heroes create their own Sci-Fantasy franchise loosely inspired by Masters of the Universe but are forced to make it a Star Wars series when names like Je'daii and concepts like Forcesabers are too reminiscient of Lucasfilm trademarks and thus tie it to the fringe of ancient history as hinted at in KOTOR and TOR as they send several brooding muscular half-dressed aggro-emo heroes of both sexes on a mission to make sense of a brooding muscular tattooed emo-aggro stranger as he slowly loses most of his clothes.
You say that like it's a bad thing.
Only what you take with you.
@Sinrebirth squeaks it out.
"They're coming to get you, Zahara!"
Han of the Dead
A handful of convicts, a sadistic guard, and a doctor plus Han and Chewie must escape from a prison ship and a star destroyer occupied by zombies
The Star Wars book that had its plot ripped-off to become the Walking Dead TV show!
Zombies, why did it have to be zombies?
A Rebel propaganda attempt to excuse Wookiee savagery as due to Imperial bioweapon experiments rather than simply accepting the truth that the alleged mutant Wookiee on the artwork was just an ordinary Wookiee and that they are all beasts.
Death Troopers: a space zombie infestation that could be cured in an instant... but for some reason no one remembers to use the airlock...
Star Wars meets Night of the Living Dead meets Pandorum meets The Andromeda Strain meets the episode of Little House on the Prairie where everyone gets typhus.
Bumpity bump. Someone better catch up to Todd and make this interesting.
The Walking Dead Carpets.
Han Solo has flown from one end of the galaxy to the other, and he's seen a lot of strange stuff; so much strange stuff that apparently a Star Destroyer full of zombies never warrants a mention.
The Walking Dead Stormies.
Zombies are a thing that is in, but at least the Holiday Special gets referenced!
Speaking of Death Troopers, if they want to do a real horror novel, they should give us Star Wars Twilight.
I know I would be scared seeing sparkly Anzati, that's for sure.
Okay, I'd say
@Todd has this one wrapped up.