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Related Articles: Despite being a left-field choice at the time, Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace was right to cast Ray Park as Darth Maul after Benicio Del Toro left the project. First released domestically on May 19th, 1999, Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace opened to a mixed bag of reviews, with George Lucas’ much-hyped prequel movie failing to live up to the almost impossible levels of expectations set by the original Star Wars trilogy 16 years prior. Yet despite not scaling the heights of its predecessor, Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi, The Phantom Menace did make some inspired casting decisions that have iconically endured in contemporary culture. Loyalty and loyalty alone were hardly enough to justify picking Jabba’s castle over Tethys for an Empire/Jedi Battle Station while making Han Solo your personal padawan because…well you got Chewbacca when he finally appears again! And yes, this includes Luke Skywalker too (see our spoiler below). Of course there are even more impressive choices made later down through the decades — but where can one go from here? Well… what do we know about Poe Dameron since 1997? Who would be best suited for his role behind bars like him is out now according Kato Williams?? Or possibly Rogue One??? But still no thank.
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- The Star Wars franchise does a great deal of work to make its galaxy far away feel impossibly big, varied, and interesting. Unfortunately, on the rare occasions that the franchise does try something with characters outside the all-important Skywalker bloodline, the fanbase is less than eager to reward them. Solo: A Star Wars Story dropped at an unusual moment in the franchise. Immediately after the difficult mess of Rogue One, its failure allowed the change in direction that gave fans The Mandalorian. Even though the result was a net positive, it’s still tragic to see an interesting idea hit a brick wall and go down in history as a failure. Ridley Scott has done himself no favors by allowing this pattern continue through his output since he wrapped Prometheus (although I would much rather watch someone like Ridley jumpstart one thing from Alien or another.) But if we are going out of our way for anyone whose film doesn’t sell well but makes money anyway, expect us not only within four years of release, be honest about why they don… You can also ask George Lucas how many times you should get rid “Of That Thing.” If there truly isn`t room in your wallet today, then maybe just say so!
- JEDI: FALLEN ORDER is widely considered one of the best Star Wars games ever made, but it still falls victim to many of the tired tropes of the franchise. A former Respawn developer has revealed, via Twitter, that the team originally wanted the protagonist of Jedi: Fallen Order to be black and/or a woman. That idea was apparently quickly shot down at the studio, and the cis-gendered white male Cal Kestis was created as the player character. This revelation highlights a depressing trend that continues to wrack both video games and the Star Wars series in general — and one that quickly needs to change. “We [removed] all traces,” explained lead animator Dave Lee on Facebook following his announcement (via Polygon). As such we’re unable comment further than what’s been announced previously (“This project had always existed from our first concept art for Dark Forces”). But there are definitely plenty more elements missing here; however much I love Knights of the Old Republic II or its accompanying expansion The Sith Lords Trilogy, these additions didn’t come cheap compared with this remaster. And while Jedi fell through before having an impact beyond gaming circles today… why did EA decide to bring back another sci fi space sim?
- Rebel forces have the Empire pinned down! Beast Kingdom is ready to even the odds as they deploy their newest Star Wars Egg Attack Action figure. The Death Trooper is making its way on the scene to provide reinforcements with a brand new release. Standing 6″ high, the popular EAA line continues with its newest Star Wars figure, as seen in Rogue One and The Mandalorian. Death Trooper fans will be getting a high-quality figure here with 26 points of articulation, built-in LED in the mouth, and added accessories. A blaster rifle, blaster pistol, vest, and three swappable pairs of hands will be included allowing the Star Wars Death Trooper to put any Rebel in their place. No price has been revealed for Beast Kingdom’s Death Trooper Egg Attack Action figure yet, but he is expected to release in Q1 2023.
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In StarWars.com’s exclusive first look at Marvel’s Star Wars: Han Solo & Chewbacca #2, we get our first look at the father of famed scoundrel Han Solo, a rough-around-the-edges Corellian shipbuilder. And in StarWars.com’s preview of Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #20, Sana and Aphra stumble into a ritual to uncover the Spark Eternal. Han Solo & Chewbacca #2, written by Marc Guggenheim and illustrated by David Messina, with a cover by Phil Noto, is available for pre-order now on ComiXology; Doctor Aphra #20, written by Alyssa Wong and illustrated by Minkyu Jung, with a cover by W. Scott Forbes, is also available for pre-order now on ComiXology. Both issues arrive May 18 and will also be found in print editions at your local comic shop. You can read more about these two ongoing series here. To learn how you can contribute to both titles via their Kickstarter campaign, head here. And don’t forget that if there’s an issue you’d like picked up from Dark Horse Comics or Titan Comics next month, please check out they may have some extra copies listed near those retailers! The full solicitation text reveals this week but stay tuned later today as Image previews another important arc coming across them during Preview Night 2014 – Jango Fett vs Darth Maul?
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