Solo: A Star Wars Story was a "box office bomb," but that doesn't mean it has nothing to offer. I talk about the best and worst of Solo as well as what I will take away from it in my future storytelling.
Marvel's Star Wars comics have been telling a mostly linear story in large arcs, but this collection has a delightful assortment of short stories told in single issues that inspire me to di more small scope work.
It's been a while since I have written anything, but I have a growing backlog of videos to release, so I'll start with this one concerning some revelations from The Last Jedi book and bonus features.
I have a lot of conflicting feelings about Star Wars: Rebels. I loved the finale, but the overall ride was rough. There seemed to be an underlying directive that I'd like to avoid. It seemed to lack conviction at times.
Watch me work on promotional artwork for my blogs and talk about Star Wars. I specifically talk about some of the good points of The Force Awakens, even as I promote an article about how I didn't like certain aspects of it.
I like Star Wars a lot, but there are so many elements of The Force Awakens that just don't work for me. I hope you've got your oven mits on because I am about to Roast SW: TFA
This is an uncritical listing of my favorite elements of The Last Jedi. Upon a single viewing, I have nothing bad to say about the movie. I will see it a second time shortly after publishing this and may discuss any issues that pop up in a separate article.
Kylo Ren is suffering from a crisis of identity. Is he Ben Solo, Kylo Ren or someone else? Over the course of The Last Jedi moves closer to an answer to this question.
The Last Jedi is a thematically potent movie. What does it say about the use of force preemptive against people with bad intentions?
I am no genius or Savant, so I am surprised that so many well-versed Star Wars fans struggled to form their opinions of The Last Jedi after their initial viewing.