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LANDO CALRISSIAN
October 21, 2016
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So, Donald Glover (Childish Gambino) has been confirmed for the role of young Lando in the upcoming Star Wars Anthology Han Solo film. Pretty spot on casting imo. Not sure if SW gets much love here...

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JC
October 21, 2016
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I'm so excited for all the new Star Wars films that will be coming out!  I mean, I don't have particularly high hopes for them, but still. :)  

October 21, 2016
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i got much love for star wars.  probably about the biggest star wars spaz you are likely to find. 

dont mean im an apologist for any of the lame crap they pulled in the new one.  but hey, it aint much worse than the lame crap george pulled with i-iii. 

no, im not as excited as you might think for the new flicks.  rian johnson has done excellent work, so i aint as worried there, but beyond that...  yeah.  like jc, i do not have high hopes. 

 

still gonna go see em, though, cuz thats what marks do. 

  awfully paranoid, arent you?   

October 22, 2016
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Here's Alden Ehrenreich, the actor playing Han Solo. At least if his SW film tanks he can always fall back on twink porn.

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October 22, 2016
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I finally watched the original trilogy after getting shit about never seeing a Star Wars movie. It's pretty fucking funny. Yoda has one of the most hilarious death scenes. And Han's face when he finds out Leah and Luke were siblings. LOL, you know he was thinking about the time she made out with Luke.

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JC
October 23, 2016
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how in the fuck did you go through life without watching Star Wars?!  lol your little review is great.  

When I was a little kid and saw Star Wars for the first time I thought it was the most amazing epic movie ever (which of course is true), and I was explaining it to my mom and she just laughed like "oh, you mean Star Wars, yeah I've seen them."  I was devastated that she could have known of the greatness and not shared it with me before.  haha 

October 23, 2016
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JC said
how in the fuck did you go through life without watching Star Wars?!  lol your little review is great.  

When I was a little kid and saw Star Wars for the first time I thought it was the most amazing epic movie ever (which of course is true), and I was explaining it to my mom and she just laughed like "oh, you mean Star Wars, yeah I've seen them."  I was devastated that she could have known of the greatness and not shared it with me before.  haha   

Not watching Star Wars garners the same reaction as being a 40 year old virgin.

 

Edit: Which is funny because too much Star Wars can make you a 40 year old virgin. Buddum Tshhh.

October 23, 2016
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I like that part in the older ones where princess Zelda's brother got bitch smacked by frosty the snowman and frosty hung him upside down to dry out like a giant piece of human beef jerky. 

Also when that giant monkey guy throws a fit for losing at that monster game that looks like a round chess board. 

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King Lucem Ferre
October 23, 2016
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I heard a rumor that Han Solo's an intergalactic smack dealer and the Emperor's "King Crackhead of the Galaxy:"

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October 23, 2016
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My take on these franchise classics:

Star Wars - I have seen the original three, A New Hope, Empire and Jedi... I enjoyed them. Never loved em intensely. I can understand the fanbase, though. Kind of like a larger Dark Tower fanbase... and back when I saw them, I was the rare cat that liked Jedi MORE for those Ewoks. Those fuckers are splendid. So, I can take or leave it. I prefer Spaceballs, ultimately.

Star Trek - I cannot dis Trekkies nor their source material. As I have never watched any of it, except for one brief DXM trip.. from my vantage point, I have nothing to say about Star Trek. I respect it and the Trekkies, no more, no less.

Harry Potter - The wife loves the books and the movies. Once we made a deal: if she reads The Gunslinger, I'll read The Sorcerer's Stone. And it was great! A wonderful book for kids or adults. I never intended to read ahead, and she likewise felt the same about The Gunslinger. Too bad, as the epic stor only truly kicks off with The Drawing of the Three.

There are more I'm missing... help me out here, folks... okay how about

Batman - loved some of the darker comics. As far as movies, Batman and Batman Returns are cool, and the Christopher Nolan ones were as well. 

The Marvel Universe - I loved Marvel growing up, specifically Spider Man and Venom. But I don't love any of his or the Avengers flicks enough to remark on it. Venom was completely ruined in the film. Green Goblin as well.

October 23, 2016
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i was definitely marvel-centric as a youngn.  partly because they had the rights to star wars. 

and gi joe.  underrated comic, that. 

the superheroes, i picked up my collection roughly where my uncles left off with theirs.  so, i was versed on all the classic spider-man and iron man stuff from the seventies [along with various others], then dove in to the daredevil, xmen, hulk stuff that was gettin all the love in the eighties.  by the nineties, i read so many titles it was easier to list the ones i didnt. 

'speculation boom' pushed me into independents.  never been back. 

  awfully paranoid, arent you?   

October 24, 2016
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The GI Joe comic was criminally underrated.  Issue #21 is the G.O.A.T.

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October 24, 2016
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Guest said
The GI Joe comic was criminally underrated.  Issue #21 is the G.O.A.T.  

there it is. 

twice. 

  awfully paranoid, arent you?   

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