Tag: Star Wars

How Star Wars Changed the Paradigm

The rise of science fiction dominance in cinema. Hot on the heels of Star Wars‘ 40th anniversary, it’s an opportune time to look back on the ripple effect . . […]

Star Wars: Dark Forces

Retro Replay: Dark Forces XL – Part 3

his is Part 3 of my retro replay of Star Wars: Dark Forces XL, Mission 03: Anoat City – The Subterranean Hideout where Kyle goes on a mission under the streets of Anoat to find Imperial weapon designer Moff Rebus.

Star Wars: Dark Forces

Retro Replay: Dark Forces XL – Part 2

This is Part 2 of my retro replay of Star Wars: Dark Forces XL, Mission 02: Talay: Tak Base – After The Massacre, where Mon Mothma sends Kyle on another mission to a base recently destroyed by the empire.

Star Wars: Dark Forces

Retro Replay: Dark Forces XL – Part 1

This is Part 1 of my retro replay of Star Wars: Dark Forces (XL), Mission 01: The Death Star plans: Operation Skyhook – Secret base, where Kyle infiltrates an Imperial base and steals the Death Star plans.

17 Through ’17: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Here’s our list of 17 not to be missed movies to see starting next month and through the end to 2017.  Each day we will bring you the next on […]

Rogue One

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Trailer

The new Rogue One trailer has arrived . . . and it looks epic!  Only 4 more months until the official release in theaters worldwide. Enjoy! Words © 2016-2020, Neal […]

Translight // Francis Tsai

The Concept Art of Francis Tsai

Update:  I’m saddens me to pass on that Francis Tsai passed away on April 23, 2015. Francis Tsai was born in Hawaii and has both Taiwanese and Japanese ancestry.  He studied […]

Shadows of the Empire

Review: Shadows of the Empire by Steve Perry

In between stints of hard science fiction and golden age classics I decided to rest the brain a bit and feed it with a little fat laden mind candy that’s […]

The Worlds of George Lucas

George Lucas: Dark Lord of the Nerdrage

Many things have been said about George Lucas over the years. Some complementary, but mostly derogatory. One thing I can say with absolute and unwavering certainty is that the man […]

The Art of Ralph McQuarrie

What better artist to kick off our Art section with than one Ralph McQuarrie.  Unfortunately we lost Mr. McQuarrie recently (March 2012) at the age of 82, but his legacy […]

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