In the aftermath of #ForceFriday, we are all making BB-8s out of tennis balls. Or tweeting. Maybe both.
The new LEGO Star Wars sets give too much away! Now I know all the characters have round yellow heads.
— Conan O'Brien (@ConanOBrien) September 22, 2015
— Marc Snetiker (@MarcSnetiker) September 5, 2015
My entire life's goal is to be as content in my work as the Ewok who hums as he prepares the fire that is to roast Han Solo. #StarWars
— Jesse Tschopp (@jrtschopp) September 6, 2015
When you realize your bae is hopeless but you love him anyway pic.twitter.com/fmYekwX6B2
— Jennifer Heddle (@jenheddle) September 13, 2015
3-year-old: SHE HIT ME WITH A LIGHTSABER! 5-year-old: I had to. She's a Sith. Me: 5: Me: I don't interfere with Jedi business.
— Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) September 17, 2015
They'll just brand whatever these days pic.twitter.com/aXIpScVahc
— goatt (@GoattDogg) September 21, 2015
Luke Skywalker is pulling pints in Portmagee…. yes this is happening pic.twitter.com/Irpm5tiA7G
— Colm Flynn (@ColmFlynn1) September 17, 2015
Huge heartfelt thanks to all the kind folks in gorgeous County Kerry for making us feel so warmly welcome. (5 adjective tweet!)
— Rian Johnson (@rianjohnson) September 17, 2015
The Sith can teach us so much about shopping.
— E.V. Kwun (@geektrooper) September 3, 2015
Open your toys. Dont leave them in the box, dammit! You can buy unopened Maul figures from '99 for $00.99 on eBay. Open them #ForceFriday
— HelloGreedo (@HelloGreedo) September 4, 2015
— 501st Legion (@501stLegion) September 4, 2015
— Serenity (@princessofendor) September 4, 2015
They're raffling a giant Chewbacca. If I win, I'm giving it to this little girl. pic.twitter.com/UzVVz6Iu82
— Jacob Hall (@JacobSHall) September 4, 2015
Someone just walked by with a Kylo Ren display and we all said in unison, "Watch out, it's Kylo Ren!" @admiraljello
— Nanci (@nancipants) September 4, 2015
— Peter Di Cicco (@PeterDiCicco) September 4, 2015
Interesting note: On the Internet, BB-8 is king. At the store I went to? Nobody cared. It was all Kylo Ren hype.
— Ben Kuchera (@BenKuchera) September 4, 2015
— Sarah Halzack (@sarahhalzack) September 4, 2015
Two guys pulled up to the Toys r Us side door in a black Porsche. "I'll pay to get in," said one guy. He got turned away.
— Borys Kit (@Borys_Kit) September 4, 2015
— Chris Tilly (@TillyTweets) September 4, 2015
The Force Awakens and the sequel trilogy
Unlucky Lightsaber (or "Never tell me the odds!") pic.twitter.com/4r6wODRv2t
— Dan Hipp (@MISTERHIPP) September 8, 2015
I'm jumping ahead here but I hope, hope, hope John Boyega & Daisy Ridley do their own commentary together on #TheForceAwakens DVD.
— Meghan (@fairmegwyn) September 5, 2015
— Star Wars (@starwars) September 17, 2015
I swear I just heard BB-8 say "ooh, a quarter!" @Sphero
— David Collins (@DavidWCollins) September 5, 2015
— Eleven-ThirtyEight (@eleventhirtyate) September 8, 2015
Cant wait to make a GIF of Finn yelling "I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO!" So many uses! Filing taxes? GIF. Dinner? GIF. What to do with my life? GIF
— Katelyn Bianchini (@KatelynRB) September 11, 2015
— Yakface.com (@yak_face) September 11, 2015
— Andrew Lupi (@ALupi15) September 15, 2015
The Expanded Universe
— Sarah H. Dempster (@SarahDemp) September 5, 2015
I don't know if this book has as many in-jokes and winks as I think, or if I'm going crazy #StarWarsAftermath
— David J. Schwarz (@JoinTheSchwarz) September 5, 2015
Reading Star Wars Aftermath. I assume Wendig made a bet with himself how many times he could naturally have Adm. Ackbar use the word "trap."
— Jonathan L Switzer (@CaptainJLS) September 11, 2015
I'm surprised people dislike the present tense. For me it gives the story a sense of urgency. Makes me feel a part of the action. #aftermath
— Danny! (@CeruleanSnidget) September 6, 2015
I have decided to pitch my own Star Wars novel, to be written in second person, future tense. And narrated by bisexual Yoda.
— Jim C. Hines (@jimchines) September 7, 2015
Re-reading AFTERMATH & again am moved by Sinjir's story about the thieving officer. It's the most impactful part of a good book. #StarWars
— Justin Bolger (@TheApexFan) September 22, 2015
Star Wars in increasingly taking the pop cultural lead on diversity. Are they perfect? No, but this much coming from them is great
— Brian (@LaneWinree) September 8, 2015
All the lady pilots in Star Wars lately are making my cry tears of happiness.
— Nanci (@nancipants) September 9, 2015
My favorite part of Aftermath so far (besides the three Luke deaths I've seen) is Sinjir never getting Orgadomo's name right
— Brandyn (@AwYeahMrB) September 9, 2015
recanonize leia organa's spinster cat lady aunts 2k15
— hot damneron (@nicolecieux) September 10, 2015
I've barely ever felt the Star Wars franchise was targeting women/girls. It's actually a little disorienting now that it happens.
— Susan Somers (@breathesgelatin) September 10, 2015
How quickly these people have forgotten their years of asking why Even Piell has a different death in the books than in The Clone Wars show.
— Brian (@brian_nov) September 10, 2015
— Molly Templeton (@mollytempleton) September 10, 2015
— E.V. Kwun (@geektrooper) September 12, 2015
#Aftermath wins on multiple levels: it gives a panoramic view of that galaxy far, far away after ROTJ via compelling short-story interludes
— Christian Blauvelt (@ctblauvelt) September 16, 2015
day 17 of after aftermath. email demands I "answer for my crimes." review says I committed "purgery." another mad I canonized hamsters in SW
— Chuck Wendig (@ChuckWendig) September 20, 2015
— StarWarsBooks (@DelReyStarWars) September 21, 2015
Whatever form the story of Han and Chewie liberating Kashyyyk takes – video game, movie, comic or novel – I am in 200%
— Da7e Gonzales (@Da7e) September 8, 2015
Star Wars life
— E.V. Kwun (@geektrooper) September 5, 2015
My friend just said I am very Princess Leia like. I take as the highest regard because Leia is badass.
— Shannon Hammerstrom (@purfeklilangel) September 6, 2015
Just wrote a long email about the difference between "hyperspace" and a "hyperdrive" to someone who definitely didn't want all that info.
— Matt Martin (@missingwords) September 11, 2015
Kid in Target: Daddy, can we go? Dad: Hang on, I'm looking at something. All while in the Star Wars toy aisle.
— HenriMazza (@HenriMazza) September 19, 2015
— Roxanne Blanton (@rlb14_) September 21, 2015
— Aram Jabbari (@aramjabbari) September 4, 2015
Weird that Apple is bringing up my star wars the force awakens erotic fan fic, Force Touch
— WARNING: Ed Zitron (@edzitron) September 9, 2015
— Shawn Wickens (@shwickens) September 22, 2015