Tag: Star Wars

Last week, on The Acolyte, Sol finally gets around to telling his side of the Osha and Mae flashback we saw in “Destiny.” This week, on The Acolyte, we watch an episode written by Charmaine DeGraté...
One thing I've noticed about the recent Star Wars shows on Disney+ has been the wonkiness of the pacing. It was a problem in The Mandalorian Season 3, it was a major problem in Ahsoka, and it's...

“Night” falls, and so do the Jedi

Well, that was exciting! After a week which had a rather aimless race through the woods, we got the big reveal of the Master, and...

In “Day,” ‘The Acolyte’ Makes Some Baffling Choices

So, after last week's episode of The Acolyte, where we learned at least part of the backstory of Mae and Osha, I was sure...

In Episode 3, ‘The Acolyte’ Pulls on the Thread of “Destiny”

Last week, we were introduced to twin sisters Mae and Osha. Osha is a Jedi Academy dropout who likes to repair the hulls of...

‘The Acolyte’ is Off to a Promising Start

Something I've written about on here before is that too many shows and franchises expect you to put in a great deal of homework...

Happy Life Day to All Who Celebrate!

Happy Life Day, everyone! On this day in 1978, millions of children gathered around their family televisions to watch the Star Wars Holiday Special. I...

NYCC 2023: Cosplay Quest

NYCC is not my first convention, but it's definitely the first one I've attended where cosplay is a gigantic part of the experience. I've...

NYCC 2023: John Jackson Miller on Star Wars: The Living Force, and How Obi-Wan and Yoda’s bad advice inspired the novel

Fan-favorite author John Jackson Miller has written numerous books and comics in the Star Wars universe, and his latest novel, Star Wars: The Living...

Ahsoka Season One Finale Review: It’s Action but Not A Whole Lot Else

The Series Ends as it Began with good action but flat characters.

A Reunion and a Battle Kill Time in “Dreams and Madness”

It seems that I keep on writing that this show suffers from bad pacing. Events will get set in motion only to peter out....

The Farce is Strong with A Musical About Star Wars

As far back as I can remember, I've always been a Star Wars fan. I saw Star Wars at the drive-in in 1977, long before...

Ahsoka Keeps Going “Far, Far Away” From Fans Who Haven’t Watched ‘Rebels’

One of my main critiques of Ahsoka thus far has been that the character beats really don't land for me because I am missing context...

“Shadow Warrior” finally fills in some backstory for Ahsoka

One of the most interesting aspects of the character of Ahsoka is her relationship to Anakin. She was introduced in the Clone Wars series...

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