It’s Ten Days Until ‘The Clone Wars’!

One of my favorite animated series of all time, The Clone Wars is coming back in ten days! I’m so excited to see this story end the right way and to see bits and pieces of Revenge of the Sith told in the cartoon format. It’s going to be so much fun.

To celebrate this moment, here’s another look at the poster.

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Oh man, I’m excited.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a fantastic day. May the Force be with you.

 

I’m Still Sad about ‘The Rise of Skywalker’

The Rise of Skywalker has been out for nearly eight weeks and I still feel hollow. Yes, absolutely hollow. I thought I would get over it. I thought after several weeks I would forgive and forget.

I haven’t forgiven or forgotten…yet.

The Rise of Skywalker, with every week, that passes, reminds me just how badly Abrams brought this story to an end. And what hurts the most is Rose’s minuscule role in the film.

She was one of my favorite things about The Last Jedi. Her relationship with Finn was beautiful. Her sweetness was infectious. Her story was unique. And she was the first major Asian female character to appear in a Star Wars movie.

The Rise of Skywalker made her not exist. Continue reading I’m Still Sad about ‘The Rise of Skywalker’

The Dark Knight Lives (FORTY-FOUR)

Katherine Kane, like Bruce Wayne, had ordered, had gone to the entrance of the graveyard and found a black car with tinted windows waiting for her. The driver, a man in black with shades (even though it was nighttime) urged her with a gesture of his hand to enter the car. She obliged, seating herself in the backseat.

The driver didn’t speak as he got in the driver’s seat and drove her to an unknown destination. And honestly, she didn’t care. She kept her gaze on the window, watching the world of Gotham passing by as they drove down the street.

Her heart was still hammering in her chest. Part of her wanted to believe that this was the greatest dream she had concocted but after pinching herself–a little too hard–she once again was forced to confront the reality; this was very real. Continue reading The Dark Knight Lives (FORTY-FOUR)