Star Wars REBELS Cosplay Tips From Dave Filoni

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Dave Filoni gives tips on Rebels cosplay for Hera. . . . → Read More: Star Wars REBELS Cosplay Tips From Dave Filoni

Final Round Suvudu Cage Match: #SWEU Leia versus Movie Leia

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It’s down to Leia of the Expanded Universe versus Leia of the movies in the finals of Suvudu’s Cage Match. . . . → Read More: Final Round Suvudu Cage Match: #SWEU Leia versus Movie Leia

The Potential Energy of Major Star Wars Events

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The response to ReedPOP’s BookCon children’s book panel illustrates how social media reaction has to be considered from first perceptions through completion of the event. What does this mean for Star Wars Reads Day and Celebration? . . . → Read More: The Potential Energy of Major Star Wars Events

Assembly of Geeks: Captain America, Trekkies & Anomalies

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This week’s Assembly of Geeks covers Captain America and Star Trek with Jen Rhodes of Anomaly Podcast. . . . → Read More: Assembly of Geeks: Captain America, Trekkies & Anomalies

Kay Reviews The Empire Striketh Back

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Kay reviews Ian Doescher’s second Star Wars book, William Shakespeare’s The Empire Striketh Back. . . . → Read More: Kay Reviews The Empire Striketh Back

Assembly of Geeks Dives Into Batman’s Head

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This week’s Assembly of Geeks dives into Batman’s head. . . . → Read More: Assembly of Geeks Dives Into Batman’s Head

Tricia Joins RebelForce Radio’s Clone Wars Declassified: The Disappeared

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This weekend I had the pleasure of recording an episode of RebelForce Radio’s Clone Wars Declassified with host Jason Swank and guests Paul Bateman and Grant Gould. Our discussion focused on the two-part arc The Disappeared from the Lost Missions, or better known as the Mace/Jar Jar stories. Considering no one on the panel seemed to be big fans of either character, we all enjoyed the space adventure tone and the interaction between the pair. . . . → Read More: Tricia Joins RebelForce Radio’s Clone Wars Declassified: The Disappeared

Superman Dies And Kermit Is Framed on Assembly of Geeks

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Superman Dies and Kermit is Framed on Assembly of Geeks this week. . . . → Read More: Superman Dies And Kermit Is Framed on Assembly of Geeks

Let the Ladies Dance

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In the last two weeks, the topic of which Star Wars characters are recognizable to casual fans of the franchise has come up twice. Both times, it sparked fan reaction because the consequences of “recognizability” result in the representation of more male characters than female ones. That’s not to say it isn’t a longstanding truth of Star Wars that male characters have been represented in the galaxy far, far away. Having blogged about the topic for a few years now, though, it’s clearly a truth to me that because “recognizability” has been viewed through a distinctively male lens, this has created a cycle where it’s difficult for female characters to gain traction. . . . → Read More: Let the Ladies Dance

More Tributes For Aaron Allston

Last month the Star Wars community mourned the loss of author Aaron Allston. I shared my own thoughts, and Club Jade compiled a list of loving tributes from around the web. Recently, Michael Stackpole spoke eloquently about his longtime friend. . . . → Read More: More Tributes For Aaron Allston