Wookieepedia has posted their new canon policy. Unsurprisingly, they seem to be keeping the (pre-Legends) status quo, using a modified version of the old canon hierarchy. The coming years are certainly going to be ‘fun’ for them.
(No, I don’t think the breast article is going anywhere.)
And let’s wrap it up with this fan-made video for the song by the Brobdingnagian Bards. (You can buy the song – and the prequel version as well – on iTunes.)
This one is for all your friends/family/acquaintances who know nothing about Star Wars. We forgive you, because this is amazing.
Crackerjack Junction sings the original Ewok song. Yub nub!
Yes, it’s Boba Fett. Yes, it’s hilarious. Take your passion, make it happen!
A fanmade Lego animation of his Death Star Canteen bit, and, below the cut, his musings on Brits in Star Wars from Dress to Kill.
The argument against ‘canon.’ On The Mary Sue, April Daniels argues that the concept actually does fandom, properties and stories more harm than good.
Finally, indeed. Also, apparently he tweeted that at 3 a.m. London time; Closing down the pub? In any case, this is probably the biggest tweet day I’ve seen since Disney bought Lucasfilm. How far we’ve come.
Well, it’s been a while, but it finally happened: There were a ton of Expanded Universe tweets last week. Of course, it was because they’re no longer canon, so… Yeah.
two three cons this weekend; WonderCon in Anaheim, AwesomeCon in D.C. and Salt Lake Comic Con Fan Xperience in, you know. Salt Lake. You may remember we got some Rebels news at WonderCon. As for the rest? What minor Star Wars character’s name sounds like a sex position? Head below the cut to find out. (Or not.)