I wanted to write this to express my dissent from the norm of Star Wars fans with regard to the New Jedi Order series of books. Many fans (and by many, I mean 99% of what I've found) are very critical of the series, saying that the Yuuzhan Vong don't belong in Star Wars, saying that the dark tone is wrong, and expressing outrage over the death of a beloved main character (I will not say the character's name, to avoid spoilers.)
I, however, feel that the dark tone of the novels was a nice change in the increasingly childish tone of the Star Wars canon. Not to say that I dislike...
The following is a list of minor notes and observations that came to me, during my recent viewing of “Episode VI: Return of the Jedi”. I hope that you enjoy them:
Notes and Observations of “STAR WARS: EPISODE VI - RETURN OF THE JEDI”
*I have always found the launching of shuttles rather different in the STAR WARS saga, in compare to other science-fiction sagas. The Imperial shuttles leave the starships like drops of water from a faucet.
An Announcement of Galactic Proportions:
Jedi, Stormtroopers Invade The Tech Museum of Innovation to Reveal
the Coming of Star Wars®: Where Science Meets Imagination Exhibition
Billy Dee Williams, who starred as Lando Calrissian in the film series, is guest speaker
SAN JOSE, CA – A band of dastardly Stormtroopers challenge the noble Jedi in an epic face-off outside The Tech, where actor Billy Dee Williams, who starred as Lando Calrissian in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back and Star...