Almost as soon as there were Star Wars films, there were Star Wars novels. Alan Dean Foster got the ball rolling, ghost-writing the first film’s adaptation for George Lucas, as well as penning a sequel, Splinter of the Mind’s Eye. Novels covering the exploits of Han Solo and Lando Calrissian soon followed, usheri...
The first book of the Star Wars series from Sequart has been released and is available on Amazon!
In 1977, the cinematic world was changed forever, thanks to a science-fantasy film about a farm boy, a princess, a wizard, a cyborg, two smugglers, and a pair of robots. George Lucas's STAR WARS was a visual and audio extravaganza like nothing anyone had seen before. Today, STAR WARS remains not only a major franchise but a pop-culture phenomenon like no other.
It's taken me a couple of days to process last weekend's Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim (and also a couple of days to get over the ConCrud sickness that inevitably follows any convention experience).
While I was excited to see art exhibits, buy new toys and memorabilia, and of course, see the new trailer for The Force Awakens, what truly drove me to Anaheim was the chance to finally meet, in person, several people I've known online for years.