Lucasfilm released this preview clip today to get us all up to speed on their hitherto secret planning.
I’ve been hot and cold on Meyers in the past. As such, I’m not quite turning cartwheels as this prospect. Still, if the part is a good match, this could be a successful move.
Next week sees the launch of Half Past Danger from IDW, Bounce from Image, Akaneiro from Dark Horse, Green Team and a big expensive Green Lantern #20 from DC, Occupy Comics from Black Mask and Tank Girl from Titan. The …
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Star Wars Vs Doctor Who, which is better? Well, Doctor Who obviously. But for some people in Norwich, it’s not so obvious.
Including a quote from George Osborne.
Could it be Star Wars: Reclamation?
You wait all year for a news piece about a returning sci-fi franchise to start filming in early 2014 and then two come along at once.
While any “casual” Star Wars games will be produced by Disney Interactive, the House of Mouse and Lucasfilm have contracted Electronic Arts to produce a number of “core games” based on the saga.
Did you miss Free Comic Book Day, or were certain titles unavailable? Well, thanks to Dynamite, Dark Horse and ComiXology, here are a batch of them. Get stuck in to the free! Mass Effect/Killjoys/R.I.P.D. Star Wars/Captain Midnight/Avatar: The Last Airbender …
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An interesting proposition as the last run of Star Wars films tended towards artificial, green-screen facilitated settings, not the more organic approach of the original Tatooine or Moon of Endor.
Some informal banter between a pair of Star Wars fans, ironically filmed as part of the ongoing Star Trek Into Darkness promotion.
There aren’t any specific plot or character details here. We’re talking about something a bit more nebulous, easier to promise and perhaps harder to deliver – but nonetheless, ultimately more important.
I think a lot of people would like to see District 9′s Neill Blomkamp direct a Star Wars movie, and that number will likely bloom after his second feature, Elysium, is released in August.
Tomorrow is Free Comic Book Day. I’m not sure, we may have mentioned it. Dark Horse Comics have two free comics available. A Mass Effect/RIPD/Killjoys flipbook which is all lots of fun, but it’s the Killjoys that will grab the …
We know Seattle has its superheroes, with the likes of Phoenix Jones. But it seems it may also have its Jedi as well… This suspect device that closed Seattle’s downtown transit tunnel last night, turned out to be a home …
Presumably because Peter Bernstein and Ian Fraser will be busy, JJ Abrams is expecting the score to his Star Wars episode to come from saga stalwart, John Williams.
Cameron Hatheway writes; The Force has been strong with Jeffrey Brown. Last year through Chronicle Books (with the permission of Lucasfilm Ltd.) he illustrated Darth Vader and Son, a 64-page book filled with Darth Vader and a young Luke Skywalker …
There’s some impressive animation in these episodes – and that’s not something I say lightly about Family Guy – and the adaptations have done a great job of compressing the storylines.