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Partial cover of Victory's Price Alphabet Squadron

Victory’s Price: A Climactic Finale to an Exciting Ride

Alphabet Squadron: Victory’s Priceby Alexander FreedReview by Matthew Boccia Alexander Freed’s Alphabet Squadron trilogy concludes with Victory’s Price, the latest addition to the line of Star Wars novels filling in the gaps between the events of the films. The series has been a fantastic look at the complexities of fighting during the tail-end of a… Continue Reading →

Welcome to SWRepMatters.com

By Jess Shitara If you’ve made it this far, you’re probably heard a little bit about #SWRepMatters. In essence, we are a grassroots campaign advocating for representation and inclusion for marginalized groups in entertainment. We love fictional media, namely Star Wars, and we want that far, far away galaxy to be better. We want it to… Continue Reading →

Our Emperor, Grand Admiral Rae Sloane

By John Robinson, IV She was born on Ganthel, nearly 20 years before the Clone Wars. As a young adult she joined the Galactic Empire as a Naval officer. By the time she was 30 she captained the Star Destroyer, Ultimatum. By the Battle of Endor, she’d become a Vice Admiral. Then, even after the Empire… Continue Reading →

#SWRepMatters Panel at SWCC 2019

Star Wars is for Everybody: The #SWRepMatters Panel at Star Wars Celebration Chicago

The following coverage of the #SWRepMatters panel from Star Wars Celebration Chicago, written by Ross Brown and edited by BJ Priester, is republished from FANGirlBlog.com, courtesy of Tricia Barr. Click here for the original article.  “Star Wars is for everybody,” John Robinson, a panelist, stated early in the #SWRepMatters Panel at Star Wars Celebration Chicago (“SWCC”). It… Continue Reading →

Thoughts on Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker | D23 Special Look

By Mel Perez Star Wars, later dubbed Star Wars: A New Hope, was released in the summer of 1977 to great fanfare. It was something fresh, something that people had been craving without knowing it. It reinvigorated the imagination of a generation and the generations to follow. Now that story will end 42 years later. At… Continue Reading →

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