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Comics Nostalgia Review

Review: Star Wars Infinities: Return of the Jedi

Star Wars Infinities: Return of the Jedi is an adventurous and thought-provoking “What if?” tale by writer Adam Gallardo and artists Ryan Benjamin, Dan Norton, and Juvaun Kirby. It begins in tandem with the original Return of the Jedi script, but when a rescue mission goes terribly wrong, history is forever altered.

Blogroll Dive: 9/25/06

Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive:

  • Khaled discovered 10,000 free fonts.
  • Jim released Yasu v2.0.3.
  • Jon discussed rental cars and surcharges for clients under the age of 25.
  • Michael released Bad Behavior v2.0.6.
  • Joen discovered news of a major overhaul to Star Trek: The Original Series.
  • Sarah published detailed accounts of damage sustained to musical instruments by airline carry-on luggage restrictions.
  • And, Angsuman released Translator Plugin Pro v3.1.
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Comics Nostalgia Review

Review: Star Wars Infinities: The Empire Strikes Back

Star Wars Infinities: The Empire Strikes Back is an adventurous and thought-provoking “What if?” tale by writer Dave Land and artist Davidé Fabbri. It begins in tandem with the original The Empire Strikes Back script, but when a hero of the Rebellion dies before he can fulfill his destiny, history is forever altered.

Blogroll Dive: 9/18/06

Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive:

  • Bryan revealed the tools that he uses to stay productive.
  • Michael discovered an early James Cameron short film.
  • Jim released Yasu v2.0.
  • Joen ruminated on “what really makes a good interface design.”
  • Angsuman is requesting feature suggestions for a new version of his Authenticated plugin.
  • Khaled reviewed Dawn: Lucifer’s Halo.
  • And, Tom reported on the upcoming release of Microsoft’s “iPod Killer”, Zune.
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Comics Nostalgia Review

Review: Star Wars Infinities: A New Hope

Star Wars Infinities: A New Hope is an adventurous and thought-provoking “What if?” tale by writer Chris Warner and artists Drew Johnson and Al Rio. It begins in tandem with the original A New Hope script, but when a key opportunity for the Rebellion is lost, history is forever altered.