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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story posterWhy I Admire Rogue One

First, a warning: here there be spoilers. Seriously, spoilers. Spoilers… Okay? Still here? Good. Let me start by admitting that Rogue One is an imperfect movie. Ian Dawe has done his usual excellent job talking… [more]

SWCE #1 CVRRevisiting Crimson Empire

Written by Mike Richardson and Randy Stradley and illustrated by Paul Gulacy, Crimson Empire first premiered in 1997, and followed the exploits of a former Imperial royal guard Kir Kanos, as he tries to seek… [more]

cwq_ccexuauhczmRogue One Stumbles, then Soars

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is appropriately titled. It isn’t a “Star Wars movie” in that it isn’t about the Skywalker family, nor is it about the specific large mythic arcs that define that… [more]

976112-fernusCan Shape-Shifters Change Into God-Like Beings?

The answer to the titular question is yes and no. However, in order to properly explain how I have come to this conclusion we first have to define the type of shape-shifter. There are the… [more]

ForceChokeDarth Vader – Office Bully

It wasn’t until I recently rewatched the three original Star Wars movies (and The Force Awakens) that I realized the Rebels win because of their diversity.  They have women in positions of power and non-white… [more]

rogue-one-character-posters-tall-CThe Road to Rogue One

This time last year, as we were preparing to dig into the delights of The Force Awakens, long-time fans knew that at the very least the thought of doing a seventh episode and a third… [more]

Image3Money and Trade at the End of the World

Every video roleplaying game has basically the same setup: shops offering increasingly powerful items and equipment accompany the path toward the final boss. You sell your junk there, make repairs, upgrade cloth armor to leather… [more]

ejufn8srvuznzqyu68f9_le-train-de-projectilesThe Present Future: A Critical Examination of Contemporary Science Fiction and its Connection to Current, Historical, and Social Events

Great science fiction is not defined by space operas or interstellar warfare, it is defined by its execution and integration of social, historical, and contemporary issues and whether it instills a specific message or conveys… [more]

left hand coverRevisiting The Left Hand of Darkness

Reading Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Left Hand of Darkness in Freshman English during college was a formative experience. Only, I wasn’t prepared yet as an eighteen year old to fully appreciate how so until years… [more]

ODY-C SebexShe Made Them in Their Image: Sebex in the Universe of ODY-C

For the longest time, ever since high school, I have been reading Homer’s Odyssey.  This is something that has followed me from Undergrad all the way into my Graduate studies. But not too long ago… [more]

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story posterIt’s Sequart’s Fourth Annual Sci-Fi Week!

Coinciding with this week’s release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Sequart is celebrating its fourth annual Sci-Fi Week! All this week, we’ll be running content focusing on sci-fi comics and popular culture. Sequart… [more]