For more Star Wars fun during Star Wars Celebration, here’s my review of Darth Vader Comic 003!
The first comic book based in the world of the Star Wars Rebels cartoon series — and officially considered canon in the overall Star Wars mythos that includes the movies — has been released. It details the character of Kanan Jarrus, and I review it …continue reading
The National Day of Unplugging isn’t about permanently renouncing all of your electronics and becoming a tech-smashing Luddite. It’s seizing the opportunity to step back and appreciate the simpler things in life that many of us take for granted.
Does your family fall into the …continue reading
In preparation of the new trilogy of Star Wars films on the horizon, we’re finally getting some official, canon-recognized new stories to whet our appetites and fill in some of the gaps we’ve never gotten to see on the big screen. Want to know more …continue reading
It’s true that you can find just about anything on eBay, and books penned and signed by Douglas Adams are no exception. Is it a coincidence that the “Douglas” part of his signature looks a lot like “hoopy?” Of course there are …continue reading
Illustrations that are made for storyboards are designed to help a movie’s director and production team visualize the way that each scene should be set up and shot so that the storytelling is fluid and comprehensive. And while these illustrations serve a utilitarian purpose, they …continue reading
There’s no denying that a big part of the charm of Star Wars comes from its never-before-heard sound effects.
You were hooked the first time your sternum shook at the advance of an Imperial star destroyer overhead (we loved it so much that we easily …continue reading
If you’re familiar with the game called Minecraft, you’re probably well aware of how it has permeated gaming culture with fanatics of all ages building all manner of things in a virtual world with seemingly limitless possibilities. As with anything that’s got so many options …continue reading
Randomness may well be a scientific principle worth experimenting with, but not when it comes to books. You can’t have Harry Potter leaning against the latest Richard Dawkins or Neil DeGrasse Tyson book haphazardly!
You need a set of bookends in place to make sure …continue reading