Bea Caicoya

Bea Caicoya
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Bea is a Euro transplant currently living in Toronto. She enjoys sinking her teeth in massive transmedia franchises and stress-testing them to find holes in the matrix... that will hopefully lead to a World between Worlds. You can endure her shameless self-promotion by joining her handful of Twitter followers at @BeaCaicoya, or read more of her nonsense at CBR.

Knives Out: A Mythical Analysis

Knives Out (2019) is one of the best murder mystery films of all time. However, stripped out of the bells and whistles of whodunnit tropes, backstabbing characters, family drama, and social commentary, Knives Out a very simple tale of death and renewal chock-ful of primordial, mythical motifs.

Review: From a Certain Point of View – The Empire Strikes Back Anthology

As a whole, FACPOV – ESB is a resounding success. The volume is lovingly edited, sticking to the chronological order and geographical space of Episode V as much as possible and using every crevice, device, animal and minor character to explore forgotten areas and ignored themes.

How Different Jedi See the Force in Star Wars: The High Republic

The Force is very small and personal, but it’s also very large and immense, and it encompasses all things. The fact that we all could come up with different metaphors for it speaks to how powerful the idea of the Force really is.

The Influences of Mandalore

The Mandalorians are one of the most interesting cultures of the entire Star Wars, and they have surprising parallels with real world events. Let's take a look at their art and their art of war from this perspective.

REVIEW: Star Wars: Thrawn Ascendancy – Chaos Rising

With Chaos Rising, Timothy Zahn does a great job of combining intensely personal perspectives with political intrigue and military philosophy and strategy, building a fascinating novel that will delight Thrawn fans, intrigue classic Star Wars viewers and might open a smooth segue into the franchise for lovers of other science fiction universes like Star Trek, Dune or even The Left Hand of Darkness. A must read.

Review: Poe Dameron: Free Fall by Alex Segura

Poe Dameron: Free Fall feels rushed and unpolished but it contains some mythical elements and clever retconnings that explain the motivations of adult Poe.

Review: Dark Legends, by George Mann

Dark Legends, written by George Mann and illustrated by Grant Griffin, is a short collection of Star Wars stories based on well-trodden horror tales. The tales themselves fall flat and are not very scary, but they introduce variations on Star Wars concepts (the planetary effects of massive cracked kybers, the Jedi suppresion of the Dark Side...) and they are accompanied by fantastic illustrations.

Review: Doctor Aphra: An Audiobook Original by Sarah Kuhn

Doctor Aphra: An Audiobook Original by Sarah Kuhn is pure joy from beginning to end. The cast is brilliant, the sound design immersive -- the gentle twinkling beeps of Aphra’s Archangel would work as Galactic ASMR -- and the pacing and writing will keep you hooked to your headphones. If you can only pick up one Star Wars product this year, make it this one.

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