You have to read the whole sentence. Isn't hardcore EU. This isn't a product calibrated to appeal to fans of Jaina and Ben, it's not set thousands of years from the movies, it's not about Zayne Carrick or Kyle Katarn, it's not made for people whose number one wish is for a Darca Nyl/Sagoro Autem buddy-cop series. In short, it's not targeted at the particular Litizen demographic. It's a product that has no connection to the EU and stands on its own as something that can be read by someone who's never seen anything but the movies, and by someone who has no interest in the EU whatsoever. That's not to say that it doesn't have tremendous appeal to hardcore movie fans. And you can argue about whether Joe Public would be more interested in "Hey, an ongoing series of more stories about Luke, Leia, and Han" or "Hey, it's an alternate version of one of my favorite movies based on the original story." I'd argue that while this has massive, massive appeal to hardcore film buffs, it also has more curb appeal, as a single miniseries event displaying the original version of the movie they like, to the general fan, who buys the toys and collectibles and T-shirts from the movies he loved as a kid, and might watch the TV series, but doesn't follow the EU, doesn't buy the books and comics. What you're talking about with Wood's series is, I think, more the level of appeal to the casual EU fan, the person who is willing to pick up tie-in stories but doesn't follow the EU closely. But that's beside the point -- of course it's a product with huge hardcore appeal, but it's not hardcore EU appeal.