Fan Art Wednesday

A few years ago, I knew nothing about fan art…or fan fiction. When my sister discovered this holy grail of imaginative wonder we had to dabble into its depths. My sister and I have collaborated several times over the years and I am constantly sharing her artwork because, well, it’s amazing.

So, I have introduced a new series to my site and that is Fan Art Wednesday. Enjoy!

SPOILER ALERT!

1. The Rise of Solo

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After The Rise of Skywalker, my sister decided to bring detail to one of the pivotal scenes in the movie. Here she depicts the moment Leia taking her son into the Force. The picture went viral a little over a month ago, grabbing the attention of hundreds of thousands of people around the world with this absolute masterpiece.

It was beautiful then and it’s still awe-inspiring to look at.

Baby Yoda and The Mandalorian Find Ahsoka Tano

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The Mandalorian and Baby Yoda have become a worldwide phenomenon while Ahsoka Tano has taken the world by storm with her incredible storyline that has transcended trilogies. My sister illustrates a moment that brings the three fan favorites together on a dazzling landscape that only manages to inspire in the viewer.

Every time I see this picture it makes me smile. So of course, I had to share it.

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

I’ve Seen ‘Beetlejuice’…and I Loved It!

Beetlejuice is delightfully weird and I loved every moment of it. Over the years I’ve heard of the film but I didn’t know what it was or what it was about. I just knew it had a strange title. When I finally watched the film for the first time last week I was beyond blown away by its wacky storytelling and the original creativity.

Tim Burton’s vision is distinct and as I watched the movie I couldn’t look away.

Michael Keaton in Beetlejuice (1988)

With some of my favorite actors starring in the film–Michael Keaton, Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis, Catherine O’Hara, I was indeed invested in the movie.

I’m not a fan of scary movies, so to basically take the scary-movie theme and turn it on its head and turn horror into a comedy made me very pleased. Like I said, I’m not a horror movie fan, so this film was a real treat.

I’m going to say it. This is a perfect movie. 5 out of 5 stars, 100 out of 100.

I loved it!

I thank you for reading and I hope you have an incredible day.

The Dark Knight Lives (FIFTY-TWO)

Katherine Kane didn’t know where Lucius Fox was taking them but she was excited nonetheless.

He took her in his black car through Gotham before heading to the outskirts of the city. The outskirts where she figured Wayne’s manor resided.

They were driving in between rolling hills that were covered in the brittle grass brought on by winter’s slow arrival until Lucius Fox changed direction, taking them down an unbeaten path that was leading…somewhere. Continue reading The Dark Knight Lives (FIFTY-TWO)