Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
Poisoned by a nano-virus according to JAT! JATM isn't (I regret to say) entirely accurate in places!
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You know Corran is the kind of guy who thinks of himself in the third person even when he's thinking of himself in the first person.
Dogs dogs dogs fight fight fight.
"I'm so cool because my names Corran Horn -- that's right, Corran Horn, that's me: I'm Corran Horn -- that's my name; Corran Horn -- you've heard of Corran Horn, right? That's because that's me; I'm him: Corran Horn."
Corran Horn, that's my name, that name again is Corran Horn.
Perhaps it requires three sentences to fully express the Corran Hornness of Corran Horn.
Don't you mean "Horniness"?
I, Corran Horn (am awesome).
Corran Horn Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Deads the Jedi Academy Trilogy and shows us that Tycho has an insanely amazing mind.
No one "liked" this. Really?
Nah. That would suggest Corran Horn gives a crap about anyone not named Corran Horn.
Sorry folks, been out of town. Todd the Jedi wins.
The whole series. Note that Rebellion will be a separate round.
An allegory for the Galactic Civil War in which Luke and Leia keep disrupting the attempt to establish the supremacy of Imperial narratives.
The sequel to Ghost Prison, released a decade beforehand in the grand tradition of SW installments being released before their respective prequels.
An anthology of Imperial tales involving a group of traitorous misfit officers, a Biggs and Porkins bar brawl, Tank playing tank in a tank, and a dowdy velociraptor teaparty.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far (far) away, Darth Vader and the Emperor killed a bunch of bland and bumbling traitors, Biggs Darklighter showed Ahsoka Tano how to break continuity with style and grace, Luke ran into an old friend who turned out to be the least memorable guy in the cut scene that is mostly unseen, and a bunch of other stuff happened that West End Games used to do better.
Dark Horse takes a never-before-seen glimpse in the GALACTIC EMPIRE, the political struggles, the betrayals, the side of Star Wars that you... okay, fine, we'll just go back to doing stories about the Rebel Alliance, happy now?
Shouldn’t we do these by story arc? As coming up with something that covers a whole series is though.
But...they'd be better that way!
More amusement for me!
Darth Vader kills people: the series, characters somehow still find time to do more stuff around Episode IV and half-way through it suddenly has an overarching plot.
(And it was collected very confusingly in Omnibuses)