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The Darksaber: Only The Strongest Shall Rule

After the season 2 finale of The Mandalorian, I couldn't stop thinking about the Darksaber and the meaning behind leadership over Mandalorians....

REVIEW: I Love You. I Know.: Lessons in Love and Friendship

The What the Force Community makes it a point to discuss Star Wars from a mythical and emotional lens, as archetypal stories...

REVIEW: The High Republic: A Test of Courage by Justina Ireland

Unless you've been hiding under a rock for the past year (and hey, no judgement) you know about The High Republic--the project...

Review: Star Wars: The High Republic – Light of the Jedi

Charles Soule is a good writer and has done a solid job introducing all the basics of the High Republic, and it is a good starting point for this new Star Wars transmedia project. Light of the Jedi also a masterclass of detailed worldbuilding. However, the heroes lack characterization and they seem, at times, brainwashed. Unless you have been craving the Kennedy’s Camelot and Superhero!Jedi, this novel might make you roll your eyes a little bit. That said, if you are in the market for full-metal villains and wholesome laser sword heroics, Light of the Jedi might be just your jam.

Star Wars: The High Republic Initial Impressions

A new year... a new era of Star Wars. For those who are interested in Star Wars: The High Republic here are...

Investigating the Other: Aliens in Star Wars

"Their differences from the Tuskens that abducted Shmi are as important as their similarities: no culture is a monolith; a single person’s or group’s actions is not representative of the whole. By that logic we could condemn humanity for the slaughter committed by Anakin Skywalker upon his mother’s captors. Anakin—the ostensible hero of Attack of the Clones—engages in a killing spree that famously included women, children, and even the Tusken equivalent of dogs (yikes!)."

From a Child’s Point of View: A 4 Year Old’s Review of The LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special

This review contains spoilers. Note:  Hello everyone! My 4 year old is not a great typer, so this has...

Review: LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special

This review contains spoilers. The LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special is our first real content after The Rise of...

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.

Ar’alani, Warrior and Guardian

Characters like Ar'alani, who is both warrior and caregiver, general and friend, are more of what the world needs today and until the fight is won, may the warrior's fortune be with us all.

Review: The Sims 4 – Star Wars: Journey to Batuu, Part 2

“A Kinder Surprise with no chocolate or surprise, it’s just cardboard wrapped in foil.”

The Sims 4 – Star Wars: Journey to Batuu Review – Part 1

As a player, I'm not a fan of purely decorative items. Some simmers might find them helpful in creating atmospheres and such, but I am more curious about functional items that can inject some Star Wars-themed style and flair in regular gameplay.

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