Tag: star wars

  • Star Wars Infinities: Return of the Jedi

    After so long in hibernation, and with damage to the carbonite unit, there’s little hope that Captain Solo will ever regain his sight. 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 […]


  • Star Wars Infinities: The Empire Strikes Back

    Commander Skywalker, do you copy? This is Rogue Two. Rogue Two, this is Commander Solo. Come in, Rogue Two. Commander Solo, I read you load and clear. Are you okay, Commander? Affirmative, Rogue Two. But Luke . . . Luke is dead. Star Wars Infinities: The Empire Strikes Back is an adventurous and thought-provoking “What […]


  • Star Wars Infinities: A New Hope

    The torpedoes detonated prematurely, your Highness. I only hope enough damage was done to buy us some time. Princess, you must get to a transport immediately! The future of the Rebellion depends on your safety! Future? I’ve seen what that battle station can do, General. The Rebellion has no future. Star Wars Infinities: A New […]


  • Star Wars: A Better Order

    If you’re a Star Wars fan like me, or even just coming to know Star Wars, you’re probably planning to watch the films now that they’re all available digitally. After being inspired by The Machete Order, we decided to try our own take on the reorganized saga: I, IV, V, II, III, and VI. Except […]


  • Star Wars: Attack of the Pacing

    After all these years, I’m finally aware of what bothers me so much about Star Wars: Attack of the Clones. It’s the pacing. To put it simply, a completely different film slaps you across the face about half-way through, even more so than any of the Lord of the Rings or Hobbit films. Attack of […]