This December, the Skywalker saga is set to finish what began in 1977. Half fan-service, half new ground, I can’t wait, frankly.
Today we celebrate all things Star Wars, but 2019 finds our community at war with each other. In defending tradition, I believe we’re ruining the marvelous thing we’ve built.
Despite it growing for some time, 2018 is the year when the toxicity of fandom bubbled to the top.
Gird your loins, Disney is playing for keeps in 2019, focusing on sequels to much-loved franchises. Do you want to make a cash cow?
Enabled by their headlines to remake The Last Jedi, the toxic fandom of Star Wars is becoming more powerful than we could ever imagine.
The Force is strong with a group of science types, as they believe the lightsaber is actually possible. Yes, please.
EA are the kings of a certain type of gaming experience, as they look to wring every possible cent from their games. The step away from single player attests to this fact.
In Extremist Movie Debate, a coin flip decides who loves it and who hates it. They then debate it on the fly. This episode? Star Wars: The Last Jedi
After a makeup company partnered with the Star Wars brand, there was resistance. Why? We’re just finally getting our unique shade of fandom. Embrace it.
Jesse Valencia imagines a Star Wars universe where “Shadows of the Empire” exists and is a standalone film. This is Valencia’s proposal to the Lucasfilm Story Group and his bid to be the one who writes it.