Hello everyone and welcome back to the StarWarsReference blog. Today, we are bringing to you the next installment of our Star Wars Resistance reviews. Four of us came together to provide bite-sized, paragraph reviews of the newest episode to give a little insight into our thoughts on the episodes. So, without further adieu, here are the reviews! Continue reading “Resistance Review – S1E15 ‘The First Order Occupation’”
Hello everyone and welcome back to the StarWarsReference blog. Today, we are bringing to you the first of our Star Wars: Resistance reviews. Nine of us came together to provide bite-sized, paragraph reviews of the newest episode to give a little insight into our thoughts on the episodes. So, without further adieu, here are the reviews!
Hello everyone, I am confederalis, and welcome to the first post in Star Wars Reference’s State of the Galaxy series. Here we will be exploring the state of the Empire, New Republic, First Order, and everything in between during the gap years of Star Wars canon. Today, we start with the Empire. I hope you enjoy!
When Grand Vizier Mas Amedda put pen to paper on the Galactic Concordance, the Galactic Empire of old ceased to exist. After 24 years of tyranny and seven years of war, Emperor Palpatine’s iron grip had faltered, ushering the galaxy into a new era. With the New Republic’s rapid expansion came petty squabbles over politics, reparations, and demilitarization. Former high ranking Imperial officers now had to decide where their allegiances lay. With the fractured Empire being reduced to a rump state, many of these officers formed their own remnants in the Rims, hoping to restore the Empire with themselves on the throne.
The Clone Wars: Decoded was an enhanced reairing of most of The Clone Wars‘ first season that included little bonus facts written by the Lucasfilm Animation team that popped up on the screen every once in a while to explain something or add context to the episode. The series aired between the first and second seasons of the show, but many facts were clearly aimed at younger audiences who may not have seen/remembered the other movies. However, other facts were surprisingly insightful, including new information and fun facts.
Forty years ago today, The Star Wars Holiday Special aired on televisions across America for the first and last time. Though perhaps best known for being the debut of fan-favorite bounty hunter Boba Fett in it’s lauded animated segment, The Story of the Faithful Wookiee (animated by Nelvana, who would later go on to produce the Droids and Ewoks animated series from the late 80s), the infamous special has left a lasting impact on the Star Wars canon in other ways.
Hello everyone and welcome to another continuity post! Today we are tackling Pablo Hidalgo’s Scum and Villainy: Case Files on the Galaxy’s Most Wanted. This book is chalk full of trademark Pablo and is a great pickup for anyone interested in the facets of the underworld in canon. We highly recommend. Continue reading “Continuity Corner II: Scum and Villainy’s References and Continuity”