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William Shakespeare’s Star Wars

Star Wars: The Last Jedi. May the Force Be With You.

I am warning you before you read another sentence, I have drafted articles about Star Wars: The Last Jedi. All of them end up riddled with spoilers. This one is no different. You’ve been warned.

Reshoots, Rewrites and Reboots of a Galaxy Far, Far Away…

With multiple directors’ chairs rotating (as well as different screenwriters checking out) within the cinematic Star Wars Universe, what, exactly, is going on with Lucasfilm?

From Bestseller to the Big Screen: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Per Matt Beginning today, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies receives the big-screen treatment it always deserved, but back in 2009, its success was hardly guaranteed. Quirk Books gambled on a relatively then-unknown author to combine the classic Jane Austen Elizabethan… Continue Reading →

William Shakespeare’s Tragedy of the Sith’s Revenge

Per Matt Rounding out the prequel trilogy, ‘Tis the War of Stars, Episode Three. As if the story, written by Shakespeare, Revealeth the Dark Side, doth he, with much fear. Evil steppeth into thine spotlight, Mayhap to challenge the Jedi… Continue Reading →

Previewing Dragon Con 2015

Per Matt With Dragon Con almost here, it’s about time to release your inner geek!

William Shakespeare’s Star Wars Interview: Ian Doescher

Per Matt A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, Quirk Books mashed-up Star Wars, as if it were a play. A new genre was launched, like the Bard, it was made, Brilliant is the story, Ian Doescher… Continue Reading →

William Shakespeare’s The Phantom of Menace

Per Matt How could Quirk Books actually make Episode 1 lots of fun? Verily beseech author Ian Doescher, to get the job done. William Shakespeare’s The Phantom of Menace barely makes it look hard, Retelling George Lucas’ story, through the… Continue Reading →

William Shakespeare’s The Jedi Doth Return

Per Matt Thus arriveth Star Wars’ final chapter of the original trilogy, William Shakespeare’s The Jedi Doth Return is a fun read, verily. There’s more iambic pentameter, dare I say, Vocally describing actions from a galaxy, far, far away.

William Shakespeare’s The Empire Striketh Back

Parting may be such sweet sorrow, but combining the Bard of Avon with George Lucas’ best movie creates a incredibly fun story, one that’s fit for a king.

William Shakespeare’s Star Wars

Just when I thought there were no new ideas in the Star Wars Universe… Verily, there is a new hope.

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