For those of you who didn’t read My Version of The Last Jedi Admiral Sterk is a brand new character that I created as a sort of Vice Admiral Holdo replacement. I love Holdo, don’t get me wrong, but I wanted a character who I simply felt would be…cooler.
Sterk ended up surviving My Version of The Last Jedi and so because she is a major character in my story there was no way she wasn’t going to have her own character poster. So, behold Admiral Sterk’s character poster.
This poster is absolutely stunning. I love it because it’s brighter than the previous three posters and yet it’s totally similar at the same time. I love the light of the rising sun, I love the blue to represent the sky, all in all, I just love everything about this poster.
Oh, I’m getting so giddy looking at these posters because they’re so darn pretty.
I can’t wait to share with you all another fun character poster tomorrow.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a beautiful day. May the Force be with you.
Lightsabers. They are some of the coolest creations ever made. They come in all sorts of beautiful colors, each character’s lightsaber hilt is entirely different, and those that wield these ancient weapons are equipped with the power of the Force, making the laser swords all the more awesome.
That’s why for today’s Who’s Your Favorite? segment I’m tackling the topic of lightsabers. Enjoy! 🙂
(I will be focusing this post on all only the most popular lightsaber-wielding characters, otherwise, we’d be here all day.)
Ahsoka Tano is one of the few characters who wield two lightsabers in battle, making her one of the most unique characters in the franchise.
But years after her decision to leave the Jedi Order she returned with new lightsabers in tow. The blades were now white, highlighting her allegiance to neither the light nor the dark. And the hilts are very polished looking. Almost-stormtrooper-like. Cool.
Continue reading Which ‘Star Wars’ Character Has Your Favorite Lightsaber?
For a long time, I didn’t really like Drax. He was a bit…odd. I liked him in Guardians of the Galaxy for his literal personality (which is hilarious) but when he returned in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 the script turned him into an unlikable joke. I didn’t know how I was going to react to him in Avengers: Infinity War but it was soon obvious that he would be a hilarious addition to the film. Since Infinity War I have truly begun to like the character and now, as I look at these posters, I’m kind of very impressed. So, on that note, let’s give them a closer look, shall we?
Guardians of the Galaxy
Because Drax was shed in a more serious light in the first Guardians movie this poster makes him slightly mysterious, which is really cool. And I love his daggers. They are beautiful.
Continue reading A Six-Year Poster Evolution: Drax