Return of the Jedi:  Luke Confronts Darth Vader

A tense scene between father and son that shows Luke’s plan to bring his father back, while planting the seeds of internal strife for Vader.

Women of Star Wars Appreciation Week: Oola the Twi’lek dancer

Day 1: Don’t look back.

Of the many female characters who I wished had survived, the ones I remember the most aren’t the warrior ladies or Jedi masters of Star Wars - it’s the everyday ordinary women, who had to look their fate in the eye with no special powers or training, and do the best that they could

All on their own.


What’s the matter, Batman? No witty comeback? No threat? Then I’ll provide the narration. I’ll begin with how I peeled back the layers of the boy’s mind. Oh, he bravely tried to fight it at first. You would’ve been proud to see him so strong. But all too soon the serums and the shocks took their toll, and the dear lad began to share such secrets with me. Secrets that are mine alone to know…Bruce.

speaking of which i just randomly remembered that time during rotj when luke dramatically told vader, “then my father is truly dead.” as a conversation ender and just

damn every time it gets me. that’s fuckin brutal young skywalker holy shit

Force Girl Rachel

“Character that best describes me:I would say C-3PO since I have such a plethora of useless knowledge.
Saber: Darth Maul, who doesn’t love a bit of extra length (;
Although I do not collect anything, I would love to have each saber in the future!
Cosplay: a femme C-3PO would be super awesome to cosplay and a lot of fun to design!!”


Previews for Moving Target are up. So, we’ve learned that the book is a part of 50ish-year-old Leia Organa’s memoirs, and she’s about to tell PZ about her life between ESB and ROTJ. You know, that period when she was sad about her maybe-dead-maybe-not boyfriend. Entirely according to Leia. This is a thing that’s happening.

(Credit to Jay for the caps)