Darth Maul has throughout the years gone from being a very badass character but without much background to what I believe to be one of the most complex characters in the starwars universe. We were introduced to him in the Phantom menace and he immediately captivated audiences with his completely different fighting style (more martial arts infused), his terrifying appearance and of course his – way too early – end. Now before we continue to delve into the mystery surrounding this sith lord I want to warn you that there of course will be SPOILERS ahead. If you haven’t seen any of the Clone Wars, Rebels or Han Solo and want to preserve the possible shock elements when watching it then click away!!
Hey-hey! We are back here with another character study from “Solo: A Star Wars Story”! We were very excited to see the movie in different locations of our planet and are even more excited to now talk about the new … Continue reading SOLO Character Studies #2 RIO DURANT
Hey everyone so today we have a Guest post for all of you written by Levi Eddie Aluede. I think the title really says it all so let’s delve into another person’s perspective of the film and please do let us know in the comments below what you all think!
What an absolutely breathtaking Episode! ‘A World Between Worlds’ has been a spectacular gift from the storytellers of Star Wars Rebels! Yes, it wasn’t a typo, I said a ‘gift’, because despite a lot of backlash from the internet on … Continue reading Rebels Review: A World Between Worlds
A lot of characters in the Star Wars Universe are often not told about or discussed as much: the experience of encountering with them lives purely in the mind of a watcher, gamer, reader. Oftentimes what is written about those … Continue reading Star Wars Forgotten Women #7 Bastilla
We all kind of expected to see her death. First we did … and then we didn’t. The Last Jedi made unmistakably clear that Leia Organa still has one last mission to complete. In a sense, just like Carrie Fisher.
We are here to enlighten your mid-week with a study of the most complex character (in my humble opinion) in the Last Jedi. This post will be about Kylo Ren. Dubbed by the internet a ‘complex villain’, people often describe … Continue reading TLJ Character Studies #7: Kylo Ren
I recently read Ursula K. Le Guin’s No Time to Spare, a collection of short essays. One of them, ‘Utopiyin, Utopiyang’, was about dystopian literature and its exploration of that balance, of yin and yang. Some of the essay’s quotes hit … Continue reading Rey and Kylo, Yin and Yang
And we are back with another deeper look into one of our beloved characters of the new trilogy. Warning that this of course will contain spoilers (so we can really get into the juicy details of the story) so if you haven’t seen the film yet read our non-spoiler review here. This is number five in our series of character studies. Links to the others can be found at the bottom of the article or simply go back to the homepage. Now without further ado, let’s have a closer look at Poe Dameron.
The 8 Star Wars Episode films so far have contained three depictions of genocide; Star Wars touches upon many uncomfortable themes … and this surely is one of them. But it also always seeks to express in music what sometimes pictures and dialogue cannot. What do these soundtracks tell us of such horrors?