(12 replies, posted in Creative)

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(41 replies, posted in Film and Television)

Oh, I'm with you Fairyblood. I think everyone should watch it at least once. The Happy Life Day sequence alone is worth the time... I think I was speechless!


(41 replies, posted in Film and Television)

Cool, thanks for the clarification Miba. That makes sense. Yeah, Lucas made a wise choice on that one. The HS was a special kind of horrible.


(41 replies, posted in Film and Television)

Here is a question we've been curious about for some time: Lucas had very little to do with The Holiday Special. He could see the writing on the wall, and he wisely distanced himself. So, this may be common knowledge, so please enlighten me if I've missed this, but who came up with Boba Fett, then? Because our first picture of Fett comes in The Special.

Did Lucas already have concept drawings of Fett in place before the special and the agency who made the cartoon just used those?

Or was the agency in question responsible for the concept of what Boba Fett would look like?


(363 replies, posted in General)

Boba_the_Fett wrote:

He's Neutral..... Boba does what he wants - when he wants.


Isn't that evil though? That cliched quote by Edmund Burke is not far off: "all that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."

Anyone committed to doing what they want when they want will foster evil in the long run, I think.

Boba helps Vader. This is why anarchy is a pipe dream. It always ends up giving in to tyranny.

The French Revolution leads to Napoleon.

A mercenary capitulates to The Man.

Rogues don't really exist in the long run. At some point, they must come into the orbit of some greater force: good or evil.

Han drifted towards good (Luke), and Boba Fett towards evil (Jabba).


(1,210 replies, posted in General)

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