From the outside, it may appear as if the Death Star is a mighty military force. But a closer look inside reveals that things are not all that rosy…particularly for a leader like Grand Moff Tarkin, who has quite a lot to deal with as you can see in this vide titled Star Wars: Grand Moff Mix-Up.

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In episode 256 of the SF Signal Podcast Patrick Hester invites Delilah S. Dawson, Jeff Patterson, and Jay Garmon to discuss:

Rebooting Star Wars

In comics, television and movies, ‘reboots’ are fairly common place. But what about in books? Can you think of a beloved book or series of books that was rebooted either by the original author or a new author? And was it successful?

Of course, this is leading into a discussion of the Star Wars reboot within books to bring it inline with the new movies. Have we ever seen a mass dumping of books the way the folks behind Star Wars are dumping the expanded universe?

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So this is happening: Phineas & Ferb take on Star Wars.

Premieres this Saturday, July 26th at 9 PM on Disney Channel. I’m crossing my lightsabers that this is better than the Marvel mashup they did a long time ago in a galaxy far away…

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Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert get together for an epic lightsaber battle to benefit Unicef. Hilarity ensues…

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Game Trailer: Star Wars Battlefront

Star Wars Battlefront is coming. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the game.

[Thanks, Trent! You may very well be our new official Star Wars enthusiast! :)]

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Thanks to the ever-vigilant Lawrence Person for suggesting the following video of a Swedish street musician doing his one-man-band-est to play the theme from Star Wars
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This October, Disney Lucasfilm Press is publishing Star Wars The Adventures of Luke Skywalker, Jedi Knight by Tony DiTerlizzi, a 64-page picture book based on the awesome concept art of Ralph McQuarrie. The book covers the original trilogy of three Star Wars films.

Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the making of this book.

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Here’s a look at what Star Wars might have looked like as an 80’s-style anime…

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#Adorable! Star Wars Cantina…As Imagined by L’il Kids

Here’s the Star Wars Cantina…imagined by kids. As you might expect. Adorable!

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Happy Star Wars Day!

The funny folks at CollegeHumor got Disney and Lucasfilm to let them on the Star Wars cantina set for this video, which features guest appearances from Chris Daughtry, Ben Folds, Liz Phair, Reggie Watts, Mark McGrath, Jordin Sparks, Rick Springfield, Weird Al Yankovic, Lisa Loeb and MC Chris…

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How It Should Have Ended: The Phantom Menace

The good folks at How It Should Have Ended tackle an easy target, this time out…Star Wars: The Phantom Menace

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Bill Hader’s Star Wars Impressions

Everybody and their mother can do Star Wars impressions. But how many people have the innovation to bypass the usual suspects like Darth Vader and Yoda in favor of the lesser-known beings from the Star Wars universe, Bill Hader, that’s who…as he proves in this segment from Conan.
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Star Wars: The Lost 1980’s Anime

Finally an answer to question: What if Star Wars was a 1980’s anime?

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Bohemian Rhapsody (Star Wars Style)

Here’s a solid effort of a Star Wars/Queen mashup by the students and faculty of the Digital Video Program at University of Advancing Technology in Tempe, Arizona

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Now the Fan Film is Complete: Star Wars Downunder!

Star Wars Downunder is a 30 minute Australian Star Wars fan film directed by Michael Cox described as “an epic tale of the good, the bad and the thirsty”.

Still not interested? How about this? Boomerang Lightsabers!

And wow! The special effects are outstanding. George! Give these guys a job!

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VIDEO: Nintendo + Star Wars = Super Smash Wars!


Here’s a well-done parody of Stars Wars done in the style of an old-school Ninetndo 64 game.
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New Star Wars Blooper Reel from “The Making of Star Wars”


It’s hard to believe that people are still digging up bloopers from a film — and the least obscure one at that — from 1977. And yet here we have some ne bloopers from the original Star Wars. The only thing missing is the sound from the first 45 seconds.

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Star Wars in Etch-A-Sketch

Some things were tailor-made for the Internet. Like this video recap of Star Wars with visuals courtesy of an Etch-a-Sketch.

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Paul S. Kemp is a mild-mannered corporate lawyer by day, out at night fighting for justice and the American way and rolling twelve sided dice in the dungeons of Detroit. He’s the author of three Star Wars tie-in books and twice that many Forgotten Realms books. His latest book, Discourse In Steel, is an original adventure fantasy from Angry Robot Books, starring Nix and Egil. It’s a sequel to his well received The Hammer and The Blade which came out last summer. He also has his latest Forgotten Realms novel The Godborn featuring Erevis Cale coming out in October. He lives up near Detroit with his wife and an expanding group of spawn. And can be found online at Twitter as @PaulSKemp, Facebook and his website paulskemp.com.


SFFWRTCHT: So we’ve talked about Egil and Nix before, but give us a quick rundown please. Who are Egil and Nix?

PAUL S. KEMP: Well, they’re the protagonists in my sword and sorcery novels from Angry Robot. Egil is the hulking, somber, brooding priest, wont to deliver sermons with hammers rather than words. Nix is a sneak thief, fancies himself the brains, quick of word and blade.
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VIDEO: Star Wars Speed Dating

Ah, Star Wars

You may not have pleased fans with the prequels…but you are a bottomless well for humor.
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