Two big bits of book news on the official site today: The title for Drew Karpyshyn’s third Darth Bane novel, Dynasty of Evil, and the blurb for the second Fate of the Jedi book, Christie Golden’s Omen. It contains what looks like some spoilers for the first book, Outcast, so it’s black-barred beneath the cut. Continue reading “Bane #3 title, Fate of the Jedi: Omen blurb”
Tonight’s episode is ‘Lair of Grievous,’ which sounds kinda like a Scooby Doo episode. I’m not sure what that makes Kit Fisto, but considering who was present at Grievous’ debut it’s probably at least a little appropriate.
- Last week: I’m doing this earlier than usual, so ‘Cloak of Darkness’ isn’t up yet, but you’ll find it here when it does. In the meantime, watch the Takeuchi video!
- Webcomic: ‘The Dreams of General Grievous’ features all four artists and a peek at Grievous’ backstory.
- People: StarWars.com has Matthew Wood (Grievous) and Phil LaMarr (Kit Fisto.)
- Novels: Cover, blurb for book #3, Karen Traviss’ No Prisoners.
- Podcasts: EUC talks clones, while the Forcecast had Paul Dini and Kyle Newman.
- Spoilers: Guess who’s coming to The Clone Wars?
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette‘s Tuned-in Journal (It’s a blog, dude: Just call it a blog) has a surprisingly detailed description of the episode’s contents. Worth noting: It made a ‘a positive impression.’
Spoilers are black-barred and reproduced beneath the cut. Continue reading “Journalists see full episode of The Clone Wars“
TFN celebrates fourth of July weekend with plot spoilers for The Clone Wars. Or so they claim, anyway.
Surfacing today is a plot summary for the novelization of X-Files: I Want to Believe. Is it for real? X-Files News thinks so. Highlight to read the possible spoilers:
When a group of women are abducted in the wintry hills of rural Virginia, the only clues to their disappearance are the grotesque human remains that begin to turn up in snow banks along the highway. With officials desperate for any lead, a disgraced priest’s questionable “visions” send local police on a wild goose chase and straight to a bizarre secret medical experiment that may or may not be connected to the women’s disappearance. It’s a case right out of The X-Files. But the FBI closed down its investigations into the paranormal years ago. And the best team for the job is ex-agents Fox Mulder and Dr. Dana Scully, who have no desire to revisit their dark past.
The novelization is apparently being written by Max Allan Collins.