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    Battlefront II: Inferno Squad (Star Wars) By Christie Golden

    Battlefront II: Inferno Squad (Star Wars) By Christie Golden Review by Richard Lynch Inferno Squad opens on a scene familiar to any Star Wars fan, the Battle of Yavin rages as the Death Star inches toward its target and the destruction of the Rebellion. This time, however, we experience...
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    Best Sci-Fi Tabletop RPGs

    The universe is vast, maybe even infinite. Exploring the unknown reaches of space is a common theme in fiction, but books, movies, and even video games are limited in the scope of presenting places where no one has gone before. But tabletop RPGs are only as limited as your...
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    A Different Kind of Hero – Leia and Ripley, Sci-Fi’s Greatest Heroines

     Jedi Archives: A Different Kind of Hero – Leia and Ripley, Sci-Fi’s Greatest Heroines By Richard Lynch The next Star Wars movie may still be months away, but we are only a few weeks away from a new genuine installment of the Alien franchise. Both series happen to feature...
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    ‘Star Wars’ Debate: The logic behind Obi-Wan and Anakin’s Mustafar battle

    ‘Star Wars’ Debate: The logic behind Obi-Wan and Anakin’s Mustafar battle By Brittany Cruz “It’s over, Anakin! I have the high ground.” Obi-Wan Kenobi’s final warning to his Sith-fallen apprentice has long been a point of laughter and scrutiny among fans since the release of 2005’s “Revenge of the...
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    Women of ‘Star Wars’: The impact of Leia, Padme and Rey

    Women of ‘Star Wars’: The impact of Leia, Padme and Rey By Brittany Cruz This year marks the 40th anniversary since the release of “Star Wars: A New Hope” in 1977. George Lucas’ creation was the first of its kind in many respects, but one of its greatest contributions...
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    Shadows of the Empire (N64) – A Star Wars Classic

    The Nintendo 64 had so many memorable games, and whether that’s because they were actually good games or because they now hold a powerful nostalgia over us is irrelevant. We could choose to look back and review the technical or gameplay aspects of them, but really, I find that...
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    Best Live-Action Lightsaber duels ranked

    May the Fourth is upon us again and we thought to celebrate we’d celebrate by ranking every single live action lightsaber duel across all seven star wars movies. Without further ado we’ll get this party started…   15- Qui Gon Ginn vs. Darth Maul (Episode I) Technically the first...
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    The Forty best Star Wars characters you haven’t heard of

    Jedi Archives: The Forty best Star Wars characters you haven’t heard of By Richard Lynch Happy May the Fourth everyone! This month marks the 40th anniversary of the original release of Star Wars. We’ve spent so much time with characters like Luke, Leia, and Han, but what about the...
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    Thrawn (Star Wars) Review

    Thrawn (Star Wars) Review by Rich Lynch What happens when you take a classic rag to riches story, add in a healthy dose of Sherlock Holmes, and set it in the Star Wars galaxy? You get Thrawn, Timothy Zahn’s new origin story for one of the EU’s most enduring...