Fan Art Friday

I missed Fan Art Wednesday this week but it’s just been moved a couple of days and today, wow do I have a collection for you! Enjoy!

Holdo Reimagined


Vice Admiral Holdo had a sizable role in The Last Jedi and while I liked her character my sister and I were not very fond of her outfit. So, my sister decided to take matters into her own hands by creating her very own outfit for Holdo. It’s safe to say, I’m in love with this look. The pants, the cape with the hood, the military feel with a stylish twist, gosh I wish this was what she was really wearing. Continue reading Fan Art Friday

Throwback Friday: The Tragedy of Love in ‘Star Wars’

eI decided to take a vastly different approach by focusing on the tragic outcomes of these romantic relationships in this incredible franchise. I mean, think about it. Every love story ends badly. Don’t believe me? Well, read on.

 Cliegg Lars and Shmi Skywalker

Anakin Skywalker carries his mother

When Anakin Skywalker left Tatooine with Qui-Gon Jinn his mother Shmi was left behind. However, a man named Cliegg Lars would go on to marry her and they would have a happy life together…until Tusken Raiders captured her in the night and tortured her to death. Talk about a tragic ending. Continue reading Throwback Friday: The Tragedy of Love in ‘Star Wars’

Why ‘The Avengers’ Worked and ‘Justice League’ Didn’t

The Avengers and Justice League; two ensemble superhero movies that saw some of our favorite heroes team up to fight a daunting foe. One movie is under Marvel Studios–a goliath franchise who has slowly but surely amounted a hefty following and appreciation around the world. The other movie is under the DC Extended Universe–a Marvel Studios wannabe who keeps trying to snag a bit of the essence Marvel Studios has illustrated so eloquently over the years.

Unlike Marvel Studios, the producers and minds behind the DC Extended Universe rushed events, resulting in poorly made films that have become blights among superhero movies.


The first DCEU movie was 2013’s Man of Steel which set to introduce a flying red-cape wearing superhero in the vein of Marvel Studios’ first feature film highlighting a red-armor-wearing, flying billionaire.

Four years later, after a few more poorly-reviewed DCEU movies, they decided to unleash Justice League onto the world and it was met with more disdain and bad reviews. Continue reading Why ‘The Avengers’ Worked and ‘Justice League’ Didn’t