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“The Book of Boba Fett” | How an Action Figure Comes to LifeFebruary 22, 2022 | Drew Troller
When I was in elementary school, my favorite Star Wars toy was the R2-D2 action figure. It had more points of articulation than most of the human characters, and translucent plastic at the top and front of his domed head made it look like his little eyeball-light thing was illuminated whenever I’d shine a light on him.
Star Wars toys were at the center of a lot of playtime in my childhood. R2-D2 and the Luke Skywalker action figures (which, by the way, bear only the vaguest resemblance to Mark Hamill) were always on the lookout for Stormtroopers on top of my dresser, or hiding from bounty hunters under the desk, and sometimes plummeting from the top bunk into the chasm between the bed frame and the wall. When our family’s golden retriever chewed the leg off a Han Solo action figure, my brother stated as a matter of fact that Jabba’s rancor had done it.
There’s more creativity and imagination in a young kid’s playroom than in most Hollywood writer’s rooms. Read More
Pop Culture Week in ReviewDecember 7, 2012 | Admin 1
Prin Kate is Pregs
I can’t even be bothered to write whole words about this as it really isn’t that interesting. The married couple who have an obligation to an entire country to maintain the family line have conceived a child! Who would have thought.
Pop Culture Special Report: Star WarsNovember 3, 2012 | Nik Heimach
“The Star Wars franchise is nothing short of a generational touchstone…I literally can’t think of any comparable cultural phenom that has so pervasively shaped and galvanized viewers to the extent that Star Wars has. It’s embedded in my — and our — cultural DNA in a unique way and these are enduring strands.” – Shawn Levy*