Running space stations, battleships, and other large facilities takes tremendous amounts of power, usually generated by various reactor cores. The most common are fusion cores using hypermatter fuel, but some utilize chemical and or fission reactor cores. They’re all sensitive to imbalances and react violently to outside interference. This was the fact of the day … Continue reading Your Personal Reactor Core
I have not posted here at all since the last trailer came out. But everything I have thought and re-thought and hashed out in my brain and with my good friend has been distilled down to two points: JJ is giving the middle finger to Johnson throughout the trailer. And I'm totally okay with that. … Continue reading The Rise of Skywalker
Don't you just love the Original Trilogy with it's old school, kind of lame names? Perfect example is this weeks Ephant Mon. We all know that the name is really Elephant Man because he's kind of an elephant. The lack of imagination sometimes for names in the OT was not like it is now. Other … Continue reading Fan Art Friday! Old school name(s)
This is Part III of IV in an ongoing series where I review The Last Jedi. The First Order The First Order was on point this movie. While I thought they looked a little foolish in TFA and I was wondering if they were even a large organization, they showed their might and strength … Continue reading TLJ: The First Order Storyline & Its Characters
Over the past week I have come to the realization that if I connect with a character in a deep and meaningful way in a Star Wars movie, I become blind to almost all the other flaws within the movie. I came to this realization primarily with two movies of the Saga: The Phantom Menace … Continue reading So Love Has Blinded You?