The Bad Batch, Episode 6: “Decommissioned” Review

(E chu ta!) As part of a recent, friendly bet (which you can see outlined here on Twitter) I have committed to not only watching every single episode of this season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, but I must also write 500-word (minimum) reviews about the series!Yay!That's not actually sarcasm. I'm excited to write… Continue reading The Bad Batch, Episode 6: “Decommissioned” Review

The Bad Batch, Episode 5: “Rampage” Review

(Animal roar!) As part of a recent, friendly bet (which you can see outlined here on Twitter) I have committed to not only watching every single episode of this season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, but I must also write 500-word (minimum) reviews about the series!Yay!That's not actually sarcasm. I'm excited to write about… Continue reading The Bad Batch, Episode 5: “Rampage” Review

The Bad Batch, Episode 4: “Cornered” Review

Stranger danger! As part of a recent, friendly bet (which you can see outlined here on Twitter) I have committed to not only watching every single episode of this season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, but I must also write 500-word (minimum) reviews about the series!Yay!That's not actually sarcasm. I'm excited to write about… Continue reading The Bad Batch, Episode 4: “Cornered” Review

The Bad Batch, Episode 3: “Replacements” Review

Tragedy compounded in the third... As part of a recent, friendly bet (which you can see outlined here on Twitter) I have committed to not only watching every single episode of this season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, but I must also write 500-word (minimum) reviews about the series!Yay!That's not actually sarcasm. I'm excited… Continue reading The Bad Batch, Episode 3: “Replacements” Review

The Bad Batch, Episode 2: “Cut and Run” Review

Numero deux... As part of a recent, friendly bet (which you can see outlined here on Twitter) I have committed to not only watching every single episode of this season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, but I must also write 500-word (minimum) reviews about the series!Yay!That's not actually sarcasm. I'm excited to write about… Continue reading The Bad Batch, Episode 2: “Cut and Run” Review

The Bad Batch, Episode 1: “Aftermath” Review

And here we go... As part of a recent, friendly bet (which you can see outlined here on Twitter) I have committed to not only watching every single episode of this season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, but I must also write 500-word (minimum) reviews about the series!Yay!That's not actually sarcasm. I'm excited to… Continue reading The Bad Batch, Episode 1: “Aftermath” Review

Book Review: “Dark Legends” (Mann/Griffin)

Today's the release day for Star Wars: Dark Legends, a new short story collection by author George Mann and illustrator Grant Griffin, and I so enjoyed a read-through of it that I decided to write a little review! WARNING: I think I allude to some spoiler details in this review, so if you haven't read… Continue reading Book Review: “Dark Legends” (Mann/Griffin)

“Star Wars: Queen’s Shadow” by E.K. Johnston (Book Review)

Released today on 5 March 2019 by Disney-Lucasfilm Press, Queen's Shadow is a young adult Star Wars novel by Canadian author E.K. Johnston (whose previous work in the Galaxy Far, Far Away includes the 2016 young adult novel Ahsoka, and the short story "By Whatever Sun" in the 2017 anthology From a Certain Point of View). Queen's Shadow has been the subject… Continue reading “Star Wars: Queen’s Shadow” by E.K. Johnston (Book Review)

Book Review: “Stranger Thing: Suspicious Minds” by Gwenda Bond

When I first heard about the expansion of the Stranger Things universe into the literary realm--probably last June, when the announcement was made--I got pretty excited. A large part of the appeal of the hit Netflix series (set to debut it's third season later this year, in July) is that it is as much an homage as it is a… Continue reading Book Review: “Stranger Thing: Suspicious Minds” by Gwenda Bond

Book Review: “Into the Wild” by Jon Krakauer

In April 1992, a young man from a well-to-do East Coast family hitchhiked to Alaska and walked alone into the wilderness north of Mt. McKinley. Four months later his decomposed body was found by a party of moose hunters.("Author's Note," Into the Wild, Jon Krakauer)I These are (some of) the words that adorn the cover, the words… Continue reading Book Review: “Into the Wild” by Jon Krakauer