Before a blog was a type of website, it was a “a water-dwelling species” that appears to be a hippopotamus/Loch Ness monster crossbreed in the Ewoks cartoon. “They were fairly large and fierce, and would sometimes attack Ewoks.” I might point out that Club Jade published an Ewok cookbook long before we ever had a …
Han Solo’s illegitimate daughter (maybe,) Danielle Kieran. Proving, if nothing else, that Harrison Ford would not look all that great in drag.
Alien Exodus, a never-produced book trilogy that would have detailed the origins of the human race in the GFFA. I… I… Um. Okay. At least I finally know what the deal was with those Alien Chronicle books.
Bantam/Dark Horse invasion storyline. Sue Rostoni denied it at starwars.com a week or so ago (see the article’s talk page) as did Shelley Shapiro back in 2003 and Randy Stradley in a recent interview with TFN but as we all know, fandom loves a conspiracy theory.
An almost-forgotten relic of the KJA years: The Little Lost Bantha Cub. Truthfully, this isn’t really weird, but did make me burst out laughing when I ran across it. Also check out this list of books in the Star Wars galaxy. There’s even a self-help book. Now that’s weird.
Wonder why you haven’t seen any of the Sunriders in a while?
The Endor Holocaust, the theory (theory!) that Ewoks Go Boom. Fanboys, I swear…Well, at least it makes for a funny Metafilter thread.
Musical groups – there are more than just two! Sadly, The Dead Daalas are ineligible, but there is a group called the Dead Rebels with a song called Death Star Diva that “was considered extremely horrible”. Hmm…
A frighteningly long list of food and beverages from the Galaxy Far, Far Away. This is exactly why we need wikis, folks. Why should Pablo Hidalgo or Leland Chee waste valuable time compiling silly stuff like this for the rare super-obsessive fan who’s actually going to need to know what ryshcate is? Yeah, it’s a …
List of references to Star Wars in television. Whenever I find myself wandering around a Wiki, the ‘list of references’ is my favorite part. Now, there’s no way in hell this list is complete, but it’s still pretty sizable.