I am not looking for this stuff on purpose, readers, honest! It just finds me, no matter what I do to stay away from it! Follow the link below to read the article in full: Clone Wars: “The Bad Batch” and the Dignity of the Human Person Sci-Fi / By Thomas J. Salerno Along with many other … Continue reading The Bad Batch Returns
I am not a Star Wars: The Clone Wars* enthusiast. The prequel trilogy is largely responsible for this; to date, I have not been able to overcome my dislike of it enough to engage with the animated series in a meaningful capacity. While this author can watch an episode or two, those are few and … Continue reading The Male Relationship: A Word on the Bad Batch
The last time this author listened to an audiobook, it was on CD. While quite interesting, it required more attention than reading a novel. This means she had to be engaged in some kind of mindless activity that allowed her to focus on what is being read aloud rather than on what is before her … Continue reading Review – The Last Straw: A Critical Autopsy of a Galaxy Far, Far Away by John C. Wright
Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II cutscenes and Light Side Ending https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2DcbB2vZcc As has been said many times, this author is not much of a video gamer. Given how much time she must spend living, writing, reading, and handling the odd challenge, this is no surprise. There are only so many hours in a … Continue reading A Listening Ear – A Look Back at the Dialogue from Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II
One of the best things about playing on the Internet is that it allows one to stumble on all kinds of treasures. The videos below epitomize this fact. Although they are not pitch perfect, the ingenuity behind them is a marvel in and of itself. Some industrious youtubers took Disney’s purchase of a galaxy far, … Continue reading The REAL Disney Star Wars
Thus far we have discussed what a lack of children means in terms of world-building, along with fictional children and teens’ (often outrageous) adult-style behavior. Both these items were mentioned in Ms. R.J. Sheffler’s article here. Today’s subject, however, is not among the issues that writers encounter listed therein. Many writers, particularly in the Young … Continue reading Children in Fiction, Part 3: Are Heroes and Heroines Interchangeable in Fiction?