Star Wars is Poetry – The Last Jedi Expanded Edition

 

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“I know everything I need to know about you,” she countered, taken aback.
“You do?” he asked, and peered at her, eyes intent. “You do, You have that look in your eyes from the forest, when you called me a monster.”
He came within a meter or two of Rey, and she wondered what would happen if she refused to move and they intersected. Would she find herself in his mind again, and have to endure his presence in hers? Could they actually touch, across a galaxy?
“You are a monster,” Rey said, remembering the terror of her paralysis on Takodana.
She stared back at him — and found his. eyes full of hurt. Hurt — and conflict.
“Yes, I am,” Kylo said, and there was no menace in his voice — only misery.”

Jason Fry, The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition (Exclusive Edition)

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Star Wars is Poetry – From a Certain Point of View

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When Obi-Wan was on the death star, he couldn’t bring himself to use Darth Vader’s real name because he said it would undo him…

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Star Wars is Poetry – The Storms of Crait – 1 of 1

Star Wars: The Last Jedi – The Storms of Crait 1

Writers – Ben Acker / Ben Blacker

Penciller Mike Mayhew

Letterer Clayton Cowles

Cover artist Marco Checchetto

Editor – Jordan D. White / Heather Antos (Assistant editor)

Publisher – Marvel Comics

Publication date – December 27, 2017[1]

Pages – 40

UPC – 759606088492

Timeline – Between Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope and Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back

Issue number – 1 of 1

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How prophetic did this conversation between Leia and Luke become? Luke still a young man being advised by his sister that innocence is always under threat, especially when you’re fighting for a cause and against all the odds. At this point, Luke was still a little wet around the ears, a young man full of promise and ready to take on the Universe. It seems somehow more believable now looking ahead from this point towards what we know of Luke’s destiny. The Luke Skywalker we see in The Last Jedi has become precisely what Leia hoped he wouldn’t, and the force could not protect him from it. Continue reading → Star Wars is Poetry – The Storms of Crait – 1 of 1