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Old December 14th 12, 01:42   #11
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All the endless digital cartoons are about killing Star Wars for me, and I lost track of all the books a long time ago...

Wouldn't mind seeing new Babylon 5 though....
Hmmm...I have Clone Wars Pilot movie, and S1 -4 recorded onto DVD, and currently recording S5. I plan to watch them all, once S5 is done (I've only seen the original movie and snippets here and there out of context when I recorded episodes to DVD and verified they worked). I'm looking forward to it, most "Fanbois" seem to be of the opinion that Clone Wars is a far better "Prequel Trilogy" than the real Prequel Trilogy (I enjoyed a lot about the prequels, but, I admit there was a lot to raise my eyebrows over).

I've never followed the books, so I'm totally ready to see what Ep 7 - 9 have to offer
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Old December 14th 12, 01:58   #12
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I gave up on The Clone Wars when, in season three I think it was, they had several episodes that were chronologically set during different parts of season one but there was no on-screen indication of that; viewers were just left to figure it out on their own. I remember watching one such episode and wondering why they were ignoring events of first episode of season one, and then I read online that the episode takes place before the first episode of season, which is ok I guess but I had no way to know that while watching. And then they did it again later that season, and I just got fed up and said forget it.
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Old December 14th 12, 12:01   #13
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I gave up on The Clone Wars when, in season three I think it was, they had several episodes that were chronologically set during different parts of season one but there was no on-screen indication of that; viewers were just left to figure it out on their own. I remember watching one such episode and wondering why they were ignoring events of first episode of season one, and then I read online that the episode takes place before the first episode of season, which is ok I guess but I had no way to know that while watching. And then they did it again later that season, and I just got fed up and said forget it.
Yea, I understand they stopped doing that in S3. I was directed to a timeline that places the episodes chronologically, which is the order I plan to watch them in

http://dauntlessmedia.net/starwars/c...-timeline.html

Oh, BTW, when's Legend of Korra coming back?
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Old December 14th 12, 21:41   #14
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If I had to guess re: Korra, season two will probably start in the spring much like season one did. They've recently been recording some commentary tracks for the DVDs, so those will come out soon, most likely in advance of season two as a promotional act.
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So, JJ Abrams is going to do the new Star Wars movie. Does anyone else feel that his controlling both Star Trek and Star Wars now seems in some way incestuous? Like seriously, is there no one else out there that could do a new Star Wars? I'm just so freaking tired of him.
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So, JJ Abrams is going to do the new Star Wars movie. Does anyone else feel that his controlling both Star Trek and Star Wars now seems in some way incestuous? Like seriously, is there no one else out there that could do a new Star Wars? I'm just so freaking tired of him.
My first thought re. the news of JJ Abrams directing Star Wars VII: "There goes another franchise down the tubes." Doesn't matter though, to me, because I'm done with both Star Trek and Star Wars.
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Old January 26th 13, 22:05   #18
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I still refuse to excuse Abrams for the Star Trek film's plot involving a supernova that "threatened to destroy the galaxy". It's one thing for science fiction to invent science, but it's another to contradict what we actually already know. It should be less of a problem for Abrams with Star Wars given SW being more fantastical than Trek, but I wouldn't put it past him to include something assininically stupid just because that seems to be what he does.
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So, JJ Abrams is going to do the new Star Wars movie. Does anyone else feel that his controlling both Star Trek and Star Wars now seems in some way incestuous? Like seriously, is there no one else out there that could do a new Star Wars? I'm just so freaking tired of him.
Incest? I'd call it bestiality...
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Re: Star Wars: Episodes VII-IX

At least he hasn't got B5 yet.
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