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Review: Star Wars Rebels Season One Finale

!!!SPOILERS FOR “FIRE ACROSS THE GALAXY” BELOW!!! Where do I even start? So much was packed into this half-hour finale, yet it worked beautifully rather than get bogged down. Standout points: the Inquisitor mocking Kanan with the one thing he probably has never even told Hera and still feels guilt over. Keeping continuity with the TIE fighter Zeb and Ezra ...

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Narnia Inspired Recipes: “A Faun’s Favorite Sugar-Topped Cake”

“A Faun’s Favorite Sugar-Topped Cake” by Astrid Tuttle Winegar In The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Lucy Pevensie sits down to have a “wonderful tea” with the Faun, Mr. Tumnus: “There was a nice brown egg, lightly boiled, for each of them, and then sardines on toast, and then buttered toast, and then toast with honey, and then a ...

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Star Wars: Heir to the Jedi Sneak Preview

On Tuesday, March 3rd, LucasBooks (now under the umbrella of Disney) will release the third novel in the new rebooted Star Wars canon. Heir of the Jedi is set between the events of Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope and Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back and as is evident from the title it focuses on Luke Skywalker and his struggle ...

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Star Wars Rebels Season Finale to Feature Darth Vader

Disney took a galaxy far, far away to point five past lightspeed and hasn’t looked back. Since its rollicking opening Star Wars Rebels has reminded us from moment one that Star Wars can be fun again. For the past few months we’ve tuned into Disney XD to watch the serialized adventures of Kanan, Hera, Sabine, Zeb, Ezra, and Chopper as they ...

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Wars on Kinkade by Jeff Bennett

If you’ve ever looked at the puzzle section of your local store or flipped through a Hallmark catalog, you’ve probably seen some of the works of Thomas Kinkade at one point or another. Kinkade was known for his serene yet surreal depictions of cottages, mountains, and lakeside domiciles. He was once cited as “America’s most-collected living artist” before his death ...

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From Middle-Earth to Star Wars: An Interview with Artist Jerry Vanderstelt

Jerry Vanderstelt has been drawing since he was eight years old. His interest in the genre of sci-fi and fantasy was triggered early by authors such as J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis. His clients have included the Franklin Mint, Bradford Exchange, Hasbro Toys, and Lucasfilm Ltd. Recently, you can find his work as commissioned by Warner Bros. And New Line ...

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An Interview with Fantasy Artist, Danielle Storey

(From the 2012 Interview) While attending Fan Expo Canada, I was fortunate to meet Danielle Storey and view her amazing artwork. After talking with Danielle about her work, I realized how knowledgeable and passionate she was about the fantasy genre. By the time I left her table, not only did I leave with several of her art prints, but I ...

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More Star Wars: The Clone Wars Content On the Way?

It’s no secret that Dave Filoni and the rest of the TCW crew had more stories to tell before the show got the axe following Disney’s purchase of Lucasfilm. Several pieces of concept art were revealed as treats for fans last year, and some thus-far-untold stories found their outlet in comic, story reel, and novel form. But now, writer Brent ...

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Invader Zim Is Back!

After over ten years, the misadventures of the dumber-than-the-average-extraterrestrial will continue this July, albeit in comic form. The Nickelodeon show Invader Zim became a cult favorite after its cancellation in 2003 for its irreverent and often dark humor, something that Nickelodeon has yet to reproduce. Support for the story of the incredibly incompetent alien trying to take over the Earth ...

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