I’m simultaneously amazed and terrified by parkour: Amazed by what these guys are capable of, and terrified to see what will happen if things go wrong.Read More
I don’t speak a word of German, but Star Wars, much like love, is a universal language. Check out the incredible replica of Darth Vader’s TIE Advanced x1 fighter these guys built, and imagine how cool it would be to sit in its cockpit and make ZAP ZAP ZAP ZAP ZAP noises for an afternoon.Read More
It’s easy to assume that all of the stuff we know about the Star Wars universe has always been there for our enjoyment, but the truth is that this huge body of lore has slowly evolved over time and under the eyes of many creative people. Star Wars: Crucible author Troy Denning is actually responsible [...]Read More
I was mostly focused on authors during my time at San Diego Comic Con, but when editor Erich Schoeneweiss told me about “The Bounty Hunter Code: From the Files of Boba Fett”, I knew I had to take a look.Read More
Suvudu.com was on-hand to catch a once in a lifetime moment: Star Wars author John Jackson Miller’s induction into the Rebel Legion: a group of Star Wars enthusiasts who costume themselves as the saga’s good guys. John had already been inducted into the 501st, and the Rebel Legion didn’t want to miss the opportunity to [...]Read More
A few years back I wrote about how much I missed the Star Wars: Tie Fighter Pilot video game. Not much has changed since then. I still find myself remembering those mysterious arm tattoos and the clipped, highly proper British tones of Imperial officers guiding me on missions against the Rebel scum. Ah, those were the days.
I’ve always enjoyed May the Fourth as a time to celebrate one of the most meaningful movie series in my life, but now I’m starting to wonder if I’ve been brainwashed into celebrating by nefarious Jedi mind control powers. I’m going to head down to the nearest guard post and confess my involvement in this subversive “holiday”. Praise Emperor Palpatine!Read More