The Jedi-Bendu were an ancient order of warriors and scholars who lived thousands of years before the events depicted in the Star Wars films. According to legends, they were founded on the planet Tython, which was located in the Deep Core of the galaxy. The Jedi-Bendu believed in the Force, a mystical energy field that pervades the universe and binds all living things together. They saw the Force as a means of understanding and controlling the universe, and they believed that they could use it to achieve enlightenment and inner peace.
There is no emotion, there is peace. There is no ignorance, there is knowledge. There is no passion, there is serenity. There is no chaos, there is harmony. There is no death, there is the Force. Jedi Code When we’ve seen Count Dooku, he’s pretty much been an acolyte of the Dark Side. A man […]
I’ve always liked the concept of a Vulcan Jedi. A being in complete control of their emotions possessing the ability to use the Force. I drew one in the early nineties, and the idea had stuck with me. As you can see, this piece is unfinished. I ran out of creative steam before I went […]
One of my favorite podcasts, since its inception a few years ago, is ForceCenter. It was borne of three fans getting together, meeting on a YouTube channel and launching something unique in audio form. Check out their YouTube channel here… ForceCenter. The trio consists of Ken Napzok, Jennifer Landa, and Joseph Scrimshaw. They have a […]
Something stuck out in my thoughts, as I was considering some old Star Wars E.U. stories, and that was the concept of duality. Luke Skywalker and Duality to be specific. You see, too me, Anakin brought forth balance to the Force when he fathered his son, Luke (Leia doesn’t seem to be an overt user of the […]
Amongst the embers of the continuous dumpster fire that was the year 2020 there were some bright spots that took my household’s focus off of the misery, isolation and loss we faced throughout the year. Not to mention the social upheaval that brought attention to deep underlying issues that still need to be fully addressed […]
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I have very specific seasonal viewing habits. In the Spring my entertainment skews heavily toward Star Wars while in the late nineties it began to delve mostly into sword and sorcery fantasy in Autumn. That morphed into being primarily Tolkien based media after Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy became readily available. It is […]
So the new Mando trailer dropped, and I wasn’t really excited for the new season until this. Honestly, I didn’t need another season of the show. It was great as a stand alone story. Too many times have I been let down for a program that never gets that second or third season. Since then […]
Recently I found myself wanting to revisit Star Wars Rebels. Easily dismissable as a “kid’s show”, Rebels begins small but establishes a feel of Star Wars almost immediately. Utilizing much of the original concept material by Ralph McQuarrie and Joe Johnston, the atmosphere feels original and familiar at the same time. When I say the […]