Meanwhile, over at Entertainment Weekly, they’re thunderdoming Trek vs. Watchmen.
- Hasbro: Rebelscum has the new Millennium Falcon press release and a couple of high-res photos.
- The Clone Wars: Box art for The Clone Wars: Lightsaber Duels (via)
- More Nintendo: Light Up Lightsaber Stylus Sets for the DS. It’s not quite a Wiisaber, but you take what you can get.
- Expanded Universe: The Rebelscum boards are polling for interest in EU figures. You do have to have (or register) an account.
Entertainment Weekly has placed the prequel’s least beloved digital effect in their list of sixteen characters that offended moviegoers. But fear not, Jar Jar fans – you can vote on his exact level of offensiveness.
Sci-Fi puts Star Wars fans up against their fellow obsessives. Bronzers? Lagers? Does anyone actually use those terms?
TFN posted about an article that claims all Star Wars fans are morally depraved. You know what that means… Roll your eyes! Sigh! Realize that the article is fairly tongue in cheek! Okay, no: Vote. Because fannish hoards spamming a third-rate local news site is sure to make us look good!
Vote for your favorite scene of the original trilogy at SciFi.com. Is it even one of the options? If not, what else would you vote for?
I polled a number of CJers on the releases of 2005 and here are the results:
Revenge of the Sith came out on top with 45.5% of the vote. Serenity made a strong show for second place with 40.9%, and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire was third with 27.3%.
Best Star Wars Fiction
Matt Stover’s Revenge of the Sith novelization was the clear winner with 81.0%.
Best SW nonfiction/reference
With 66.7%, Dressing a Galaxy was our favorite non-fiction publication.
Best genre TV
I admit I slipped up here, forgetting to include at least two shows (Stargate and Stargate:Atlantis) so the majority vote was a tie between Battlestar Galactica and ‘Other’. D’oh.
This completely unscientific poll is still open for members.