Lucasfilm Employee: New Star Wars EU Will “Redefine Longform Storytelling.”

The Unified Star Wars UniverseDisney has shown that they’re capable of telling an extensive and interconnected narrative with their Marvel Cinematic Universe (which now comprises several shorts, television series, and comics in addition to their big-budget blockbusters), managing to interweave several major franchises into an expansive experience with a mythology that goes beyond any one film. Now, it appears that they’re looking to take advantage of the Star Wars property in such a way to make their previous and ongoing efforts with Marvel Comics look like child’s play, as one Lucasfilm representative attests.


Badass Digest’s Devin Faraci recently posted an article about his renewed optimism for the Star Wars franchise as a whole, and from what he’s heard from Lucasfilm, the company has an extensive long-term plan for the entirety of the saga going forward, from the dozens of novels and comics that they have in the pipeline to Rebels.

Marvel Studios has shown that multiple franchises can work together to tell one story, and they’ve even played with a bit of transmedia by having Agents of SHIELD peripherally involved. But Star Wars is about to blow that out of the water; there have been big meetings setting the future of the Star Wars universe, and these meetings are going to impact everything we see from Star Wars moving forward. Everything.

lucasfilm “We’re going to redefine longform storytelling,” a Lucasfilm employee boasted to me, and I believe it. For the first time in franchise history, the arc of the new trilogy is planned out in advance. They’re taking this story someplace, not just picking up the loose ends and figuring out where to go next with each new film. Even with the Prequels, which had a predetermined ending, Lucas was kind of making it up as he went along.
That longform vision alone is exciting. But what’s more, they’re going to weave this story through cartoons and books and comics, making every piece of side story count. Star Wars has too long been a central series of movies surrounded by absolutely disposable books, comics and games. No more. You won’t have to know that stuff to follow the main story, but if you do know that stuff you’re going to be rewarded. As a nerd I like knowing that stuff, and I like knowing it counts.


While plenty would disagree with the statement that content from the old Expanded Universe was disposable, you’d be hard-pressed to find a fan that thought that everything was interconnected in a unified and cohesive shared universe. Rather, the EU was criticized as being several islands of stories that tonally clashed with one another, such as how the lighthearted and downright bizarre tales featured in the Marvel Comics run of the late 70s and mid-80s contrast so sharply with the gritty and quite frankly depressing tale told in Legacy Of The Force.  Provided that there weren’t so many familiar elements tying the works together (such as lightsabers and a returning cast of characters), the idea that these stories are both set in the same fictional universe could come across as utterly absurd.


Episode VII

Gone are those days, says Disney – with everything planned out in advance, a more uniform and orderly franchise is ensured. The “big meetings” that Faraci alluded to are already taking place regularly – while we have no way of knowing what exactly it was that they discussed, several major players (Kathleen Kennedy, J. J. Abrams, Rian Johnson, Gary Whitta, and others, possibly even Gareth Edwards) united at London for a lengthy discussion on what’s going to be done over the course of the next few years. Even with that information being withheld from the public potentially for years, Disney has a plan of action for their 4.06 billion dollar franchise – while the MCU has been limited to telling its story through movies, limited comic book series, and several TV and Netflix shows, the new Star Wars universe has so much more ground that it can cover with two major series of movies (“Episodes” and “Spin-Offs”), a variety of comic book series (some limited, many ongoing), multiple TV programs (The Clone WarsRebels, and likely others to come down the road), several novels covering a variety of characters and settings, video games that actually advance the storyline instead of serving as simple movie tie-ins, role-playing games for players that are really invested in the universe, and much more.


Disney’s ambition for the Star Wars franchise is as extensive, if not more so, than the entirety of the boundaries of the original Expanded Universe. With the right planning and minds (both of which have been present in these huge meetings we hear whispers of), the combined “Canon” Star Wars could not only outshine the original Expanded Universe in terms of overall quality, but it could even blow it out of the water in terms of scope and spectacle.


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Grant has been a fan of Star Wars for as long as he can remember, having seen every movie on the big screen. When he’s not hard at work with his college studies, he keeps himself busy by reporting on all kinds of Star Wars news for SWNN and general movie news on the sister site, Movie News Net. He served as a frequent commentator on SWNN’s The Resistance Broadcast.

Grant Davis (Pomojema)

Grant has been a fan of Star Wars for as long as he can remember, having seen every movie on the big screen. When he’s not hard at work with his college studies, he keeps himself busy by reporting on all kinds of Star Wars news for SWNN and general movie news on the sister site, Movie News Net. He served as a frequent commentator on SWNN’s The Resistance Broadcast.

79 thoughts on “Lucasfilm Employee: New Star Wars EU Will “Redefine Longform Storytelling.”

  • August 23, 2014 at 8:32 pm

    I wonder if this means the spin-offs will be connected to the ST then?

    • September 20, 2014 at 10:25 pm

      When I read the thrawn trilody,when it first came out, I thought to myself , OK is this Lucas vision. I thought way back then, OK , I have a lot of problems with this. Shadows, in between episode 5 and 6, just wasn’t good enough . Then the EU, got worse from there. So I’m all for erasing all that crap.

    • August 23, 2014 at 9:20 pm

      Is there a single post of yours that isn’t dedicated to complaining? :/

      • August 23, 2014 at 9:32 pm

        First Pomojema, that was a Return Of The Jedi Han Solo quote. Second thats a question that you already know the answer to.

  • August 23, 2014 at 8:47 pm

    This has seemed clear from the start. They’re not doing the “level” system, it either is canon or isn’t in their version of the universe.

    Initially there is going to be/all ready has been grumbling but it has the potential to work out down the road.

    Time will tell.

  • August 23, 2014 at 9:04 pm

    I think it would be awesome if Lucasfilm had a team of mythology, history, religion, philosophy, literature, etc. experts on hand to help them mold the stories so that they can have an even deeper meaning to people.

  • August 23, 2014 at 9:06 pm

    They should start by piling all the EU rubbish into a pile and setting fire to it.

    • August 24, 2014 at 3:40 am

      You remind me a lot of Hitler. And that is not a complement.

    • August 24, 2014 at 8:35 pm

      “Nazis. How I hate these guys!”

  • August 23, 2014 at 9:10 pm

    So basically, what this is saying is that the old EU is history, and that the future of the galaxy after the Battle of Endor gets a fresh, new, clean start from Ep. VII on.


    • August 24, 2014 at 4:27 pm

      The scuttlebutt I’ve heard is that everything from Outbounder Flight Project onward has been canned; including Shadows of the Empire. Only the OT remains canon and as we know that can be readily altered to fit their new vision. And if this ‘inquisitor’ rumor is true i can think of a scene from ROTJ that is going under the cgi knife..

  • August 23, 2014 at 9:18 pm

    The stories themselves yeah.

    They have made it clear multiple times that they can/will take aspects they want and tweak them as they want.So worlds, races, tech, and the ococcasional reinvented Disney version of a character are possible to be added into the DEU over time.

    The big hang up at this point I would guess is simply not wishing to give anything away from EpVII. After it’s out and the foundation is set I imagine there will be a better idea put out of what they will tweak over and what it is out for good.

    • August 23, 2014 at 9:34 pm

      If what I’ve seen of Star Wars: Commander holds true to the Canon, then AT-MPs and Dark Troopers are canonical again.

      • August 23, 2014 at 9:38 pm

        If they’re counting everything they also added Winter into one of their latest LCG expansion.

        • August 23, 2014 at 10:13 pm

          The FFG games (including the LCG) are not canon. They rely on the old EU stories not just using them as inspiration. Steve Horvath from FFG recently confirmed that in an interview. They have no direction from Disney on any products that are currently in production.

          • August 23, 2014 at 10:26 pm

            Ah. Did not know that. Thanks for the info.

          • August 24, 2014 at 2:20 pm

            Actually, they say they’re now working with Lucasfilm on future products so they fall in line with the new canon.

          • August 24, 2014 at 7:02 pm

            Not… Necessarily. The Lucasfilm Story Group did help BioWare out with a TOR expansion, but they’ve also established that TOR is going to be a Legends-only title even though there are clues that they might either canonize (not highly likely) or bring canon elements into it (more likely). But, if they’re working toward projects that aren’t overtly reliant on the old EU, then there shouldn’t be any problem with canonicity. It all really just depends if they stick a “Legends” banner on it at the time of release or not.

          • August 24, 2014 at 11:22 pm

            I was talking about Fantasy Flight Games, but yeah, it goes for TOR, too.

          • August 25, 2014 at 2:13 am

            No, I gotcha. What I was just saying is just because LSG is involved does not necessarily make it canon, and I used TOR as an example. I do think that forthcoming tabletop games would more likely fit for the canon, though.

      • August 24, 2014 at 4:23 pm

        that game is so good

        • August 24, 2014 at 7:04 pm

          I’m hoping to download it soon. It seems to be a lot more simplistic than Empire At War, but it still looks like a fun little diversion.

    • August 23, 2014 at 9:34 pm

      Well, the EU had its moments, and some of the most positive things could be used for the ST, sure.

      There’s also things that make absolute sense to use, like Luke researching the history of the Jedi and Sith, trying to rebuild the Order, etc. Or Han and Leia getting married, having kids, and Leia becoming an important figure in post-imperial politics in the galaxy, and so forth.

      But as for that statement, I think it’s just a diplomatic nod to the EU fans.

      Because speaking out of personal experience, if you do creative work for a living, and you’re given the chance to do something completely new with something as amazing as SW, then you’d certainly try to come up with your own stuff (just like the countless EU artists did, precisely) rather than rehash/recycle other people’s work. At least that’s what I’d do if I was working for the new Disney SW creative team.

      • August 23, 2014 at 9:45 pm

        Where I don’t doubt they will come up with their own stuff Disney has shown they’re not worried about people’s feelings. If they say they’re going to add stuff they likely will. Now what exactly that will be is debatable obviously.

        • August 23, 2014 at 9:55 pm

          Which is exactly what you must do when doing creative work. You have to go with the gut, as opposed to trying to please others, because that’s when you lose track of where you want to take your story(ies).

          And in the end, pleasing everyone is impossible. Just ask Lucas, lol.

          So, IMO Disney’s doing not only the right thing, by coming up with their own stuff, but about the only thing that can be done with SW right now. Because no matter what you do, there will always be someone that doesn’t like it. As the Emperor would say, it is inevitable.

          • August 23, 2014 at 10:11 pm

            For the most part I don’t disagree.

            I just don’t see any reason not to take Disney at face value at this point. Nothing they have done suggests to me they’re making a diplomatic statement.

            It’s more then possible to both create their own stuff and rereinvent certain things they like. With all due respect to you personally I know people who write etc who wouldn’t have any issue working with something like the EU and reworking to fit the Disney vision. Different strokes for different folks and all. Both ways of looking at it exist.

          • August 24, 2014 at 1:32 am

            That’s not what I’m saying. If you’re writing something, and you come across a good idea (no matter the source) you’ll use it, of course. In other words, not everything that a writer does comes directly from his/her own imagination.

            That said, what I posted before was pretty much how the EU worked all this time. An artist would get a project, they were given certain guidelines by the folk at LFL (what Lucas wanted to keep off-limits, especially before the PT, for instance, or what they wanted them to explore specifically) and the rest was left open to their own imaginations.

            Thinking here’s that Disney will pretty much keep that same process in place, because anyone who’s done creative work will tell you how work gets done much easier when you give imagination enough room to breathe.

            And that’s why I think that the statement claiming that the EU will be used for inspiration purposes is diplomatic, or rather, open to interpretation.

            IMO, this means that artists will have the EU at their disposal, should they want to use it for reference/inspiration purposes, though none of them should be under any obligation to use any of that stuff, I don’t think.

          • August 24, 2014 at 2:24 am

            Wasn’t trying to imply that they force anyone to use anything from the EU.

            However I don’t see any reason to believe it was purely a diplomatic statement. They haven’t done anything that that gives me the impression they would bother to do so. It’s not like that statement did or could have made the people who were upset go “Oh…well that makes everything okay now.”

            Now that’s not to say I expect direct retelling of the Thrawn trilogy or anything like that. It just wouldn’t surprise me to see little things added back in over time.

            An example being Sienar Fleet Systems still makes TIEs (If Rebels clips are accurate) and IIRC they were introduced in the X Wing series.

  • August 23, 2014 at 9:26 pm

    I’m still at the brink of dropping this franchise and leaving it in my past but still hopeful the best lies in the future. One of the best signs so far is their taking the TV approach to the stories and though one name might be in the writing credits, a committee has been involved the creation process. Less chance of conflicts and a greater creative pool to draw the best ideas from. Yes, still hopeful.

  • August 23, 2014 at 10:01 pm

    “For the first time in franchise history, the arc of the new trilogy is planned out in advance. They’re taking this story someplace, not just picking up the loose ends and figuring out where to go next with each new film. Even with the Prequels, which had a predetermined ending, Lucas was kind of making it up as he went along.” BS. The prequel trilogy story was planned. Sure, not every subplot was (just like the ST’s subplots will be subject to modification as they go along), but to say that Lucas made it all up as he went along is just nonsense.

    • August 23, 2014 at 11:10 pm

      OK then so I expect that Clone Wars will be back on TV in a couple of years because they know exactly where that was going as all the scripts were done.

      I think there will be plenty of making it up as they go along. That is what Star Wars was founded on.

      What they will have is a general guideline from Lucas through all of his treatments for the sequels and the various stand alones as well as Rebels through his student Filoni.

      Like the PT Lucas had a general shape but making the movies is about all the details involved and how they change the story. No one is going to lock things down to that degree. It wouldn’t allow for creativity. I think what they really mean is there is going to be a co-ordinated plan across the various platforms with plenty of wiggle room should they need to do it.

      Let me tell you if VII doesn’t live up to their expectations things will be changed.

    • August 23, 2014 at 11:12 pm

      Devin Faraci has been infamous for trying to get attention through negative ways, such as the above article. However, sometimes he gets leads that are particularly interesting before anyone else does, which is why we report some of what he has to say over here.

      • August 24, 2014 at 1:06 am

        He’s not saying anything here that we weren’t already told before.

  • August 23, 2014 at 10:43 pm

    I hope they decide to go with a Nightsister franchise – a dark version and style. With the terrific young actresses out there, it’d be a perfect choice for today’s inclusive audiences.

  • August 24, 2014 at 1:55 am

    Times, they are a changing.

    Btw, what ever happened to that ‘secret Executive breakfast’ that was supposed to be so incredibly important?

    • August 24, 2014 at 1:58 am

      They ate it!!

  • August 24, 2014 at 2:30 am

    It’s called quantity over quality.

  • August 24, 2014 at 2:40 am

    And I wouldn’t put it past them to do some kind of Marvel / Star Wars mashup. Before you laugh, recognize the massive changes that have occurred in our entertainment in very subtle ways. Things we would have been quite defiant about years ago are common place today. You can even reference the automotive world; A decade ago, if you said that BMW, Mercedes, or even Porsche to some degree, would have more trucks in their lineup than cars, you would’ve been laughed out of the room. / I remember at SWCelebration 1′ a young audience member adamant about Star Wars having a television presence,…drawing chuckles from the big wigs on stage during Q&A. We’ve reached a threshold and prior contentedness won’t suffice anymore.

    • August 24, 2014 at 3:12 am

      I’d only see them doing an alternate universe sort of thing rather than a canonical crossover. Like with what they did in Marvel Zombies as opposed to the actual Marvel-616 continuity.

  • August 24, 2014 at 2:47 am

    I have a Death Star

    We have a hulk.

  • August 24, 2014 at 2:49 am

    “Listen, you’ve got to admit its pretty impressive that, with all the people working on this movie (many of whom are in their 20s/30s),…virtually nothing has leaked. No characters in costume, no script pages,…nothing. Yes, JJ is anxious to share everything with the fans, but consider this: there are probably just as many, if not more 20/30 year olds working at Area 51; but they never get that release. Ever. That could have quite an effect on one’s psyche.

    Another thing to keep in mind is even though JJ has stated the practicality of Ep7 and how different the feel is from Star Trek, it would be a mistake to assume the film will be a departure or some kind of reinvention for him. Yes, Star Wars has a different feel than Star Trek, but Mission Impossible also has a different feel than Star Trek…but you still get a sense of who the director is, along with all the (controversial) attributes that define his style. Yes, Kathleen is at the helm of the whole thing, but JJ still has the same cinematographer and editing team, so this film will probably be just as choppy and all over the place as his other work. At least JWilliams will help temper things with his score.”

    • August 25, 2014 at 10:51 pm

      I know I’m not the first to say this, but J.J.’s Star Trek felt like a SW/ST hybrid. Even before I knew what a SW fan he was, I remember thinking that it seemed like he’d rather be doing Star Wars. (Though I think he did a great job with the Trek movies.)

  • August 24, 2014 at 4:03 am

    Youzhan Vong should very introduced if practical.How about a search for earth the human home planet in another Galaxy.

    • August 24, 2014 at 4:22 am

      Are you talking like interdimentional travel to link eons in order for that to be possible?
      Star Trek 4 the voyage home used time travel.
      To see Luke,Liea, and Han show up at Sea World in the Millennium Falcon to destroy evil keepers of captive lifeforms is not my kind of Star Wars.
      But Wookies vs The Kardashian’s sounds fun!

    • August 24, 2014 at 4:48 am

      I imagine that if they reintroduce the Yuuzhan Vong into the continuity (not impossible, but not likely either), they’d be toned down in terms of how powerful they are, and would likely be less dark and edgy in order to better fit the tone of the Star Wars universe – a huge criticism is that they were too disturbing and horrific for the setting. I like the idea of an Extragalactic presence within the Galaxy, Far Far Away, and how it would adapt to a vastly different Galaxy.

      But please, no canonical GFFA/Earth crossover should ever be made. Just… Don’t do that. A non-canon Marvel Universe crossover? Sure, go crazy. But keep it out of the canon – Star Wars works so much better when it’s removed from our own world.

    • September 20, 2014 at 10:33 pm

      Uhhhhhg. No ! That was really terrible star wars. No , it was never star wars.

  • August 24, 2014 at 4:07 am

    I’m quite excited for this new spectacle to begin. I was and still am in love with what they have done with the Marvel cinematic universe. And there is no better a person to kick it all off than Jar Jar Abrams!? 😉

    • August 24, 2014 at 7:12 am

      I’m not Gungan!

      • September 20, 2014 at 10:49 pm

        Donkey balls

    • August 24, 2014 at 8:44 am

      Quite frankly, it’s most likely bullshit. (Pardon my French, but I have a point to make.) Ian McDiarmid denied that he has anything to do with this movie, and the only reasons – the *only* reasons – that I could see the character getting recast in a movie is if A: Ian McDiarmid died, or B: if they needed an actor to portray a younger version of the character. I do not see either of these things happening anytime soon.

      What most likely happened is that someone heard the word “Emperor” when discussing rumors, and immediately jumped to the conclusion that they were talking about Palpatine. Which is no less ridiculous, considering that they established he was dead by the end of the movie (let’s face it, you’re not coming back from being tossed into the core of a gigantic battle station as a cyborg, and that gigantic Force-explosion didn’t do him any favors, either). I think that bringing Palpatine back from the dead would be the worst possible storytelling decision for the new movies after the whole hand fiasco, because it would show that they’re already out of ideas before they even get started with the new movies.

      Palpatine may have a posthumous presence in these movies (and provided that he isn’t a Force Spirit, there’s no reason that he shouldn’t considering the massive political influence he had in the Galaxy over the course of three and a half decades; this would probably be a good thing to bring up at some point during the movie), but rest assured that he is dead for real. Otherwise, that would undermine the six films that came before this one, where it was established that Anakin brought balance to the Force by purging the biggest cancer it had – Palpatine, the ultimate Sith Lord.

      Most likely, the “Emperor” that this mystery discussion brought up is the new Emperor that takes Palpatine’s place during the timeskip. Once the infighting from the inevitable power vacuum within the Empire subsided (which would probably include an Imperial Civil War of sorts), there would surely be another charismatic individual to take his place and unite the factions. My guess is that that’s Max Von Sydow’s role – after all, it was described as being, and I quote, a man with “strong opinions and a tough demeanour”. These are the perfect credentials for an effective militant leader.

      Jason Ward actually had some interesting words to say on this. You might want to check it out. He mentioned that the picture Latino-Review used for the supposed Cyborg-Emperor was *not* meant to use as concept art for Palpatine, but for the new main antagonist of the film, according to the people that leaked that image in the first place (incidentally, rumor has it that said antagonist won’t be a cyborg after all).

      • August 24, 2014 at 2:11 pm

        I love your articles Pomojema, thank you for them. I also like that you read all your comments and discuss with us.
        I just have one wish, give us more information regarding Max von Sydow! I don’t like the fact that no rumors have spurred regarding him yet..

        • August 24, 2014 at 7:16 pm

          Read between the lines, and you may realise who Von Sydow is.

          • August 24, 2014 at 8:24 pm

            I am, and I do of course have a clue. But the rumors that he was only doing voice acting made me nervous, as I really want to see him in action.
            Sure, we do have a clue and have always had. But we cannot be certain.

          • August 24, 2014 at 8:42 pm

            It’s doubtful, given his age, we’ll see action scenes involving him (unless Andy Serkis is mo capping his character, which is very unlikely, but not improbable). It’s more likely it will be a sedentary role of some kind, which would be a clue in itself.

          • August 24, 2014 at 9:49 pm

            Maybe it’ll be a villain role similar to Tarkin in IV in that he dies at the climax of the movie.

      • August 24, 2014 at 3:32 pm

        Bless you, Pomojema! Bless you! x’D

  • August 24, 2014 at 8:14 am

    I don’t know which weird little thing bothers me more…the use of the dead initials, “EU,” or the Lucasfilm saying that George, “made everything up as he went along,” which is a hard argument to make when the OT was originally supposed to be one movie.

    • August 24, 2014 at 8:23 am

      Sounds right to me.

  • August 24, 2014 at 9:02 pm

    But then god was bored and he rebooted the universe. And everything broketh appart and diminished to crude pieces

  • August 24, 2014 at 9:44 pm

    Wonder if episode 7 does well if they will try a live action show like they did with the marvel movies

  • August 25, 2014 at 2:03 pm

    Uh, Lucasfilms has already DONE this before. It’s not a new thing. The entire Expanded Universe, which Disney threw out because they want to make crap tons of money without showing any compassion for the Expanded Universe, already DID connect the movies o the rest of the universe and most of the material was not “disposable.” The Lucas canon level system was a very efficient system that actually worked very well by making the films the “ultimate canon” and would be considered canon, while the Expanded Universe would be considered canon so long as it didn’t contradict the films. Many of the stories were connected to the point that the writers of the novels met with one another and cooperated in order to create story arcs among the novels, some of which were brilliantly done and flowed perfectly. This executive for Lucasfilms is just so ignorant of how powerful and beautifully done the Expanded Universe was played out and designed and it insult me, all the Expanded Universe fans, the writers for the Expanded Universe, and anyone who has ever contributed to the Expanded Universe in it’s Thirty years of hard work and effort.

  • August 25, 2014 at 3:22 pm

    If it isn’t broke don’t fix it. #giveusledgends

    • August 25, 2014 at 5:20 pm


      • August 25, 2014 at 11:35 pm

        Hashtags alone maybe, but have you ever bothered to look what hides behind this one?
        Disney/LSG/LFL could allow continuation of SWEU under the “Legends” banner instead of just rebranding and puting it to ice… and one of the ways to get people (and then maybe even Walt Disney Co.) avare about that is the #GiveUsLegends and #GiveUsMoreLegends hashtag…
        P.S. the SWEU books were far more linked than you give them credit for being, which is/was mostly thanks to the work of Leland Chee and other LFL employees…

  • August 25, 2014 at 11:21 pm

    I love how everyone is excited for the giant box of mystery. I’d feel a lot better if Zahn was involved but he’s not that I’m aware of.

    • August 26, 2014 at 12:38 am

      He’s probably going to come back – all of the new books announced so far (with the exception of Heir To The Jedi) are written by people that have worked with LFL before. I would not be surprised in the slightest if the guy that basically established the EU as we knew it got another shot at working in the GFFA, and I’d imagine that Disney would want him to work his magic on their new canon.

    • August 27, 2014 at 1:56 am

      Lucas changed the creative pathways of the stories many times for different reasons financial, technological, creative, quality and conflicting schedules. Lucas wanted to produce them and let others direct at one point. He had too many things on his plate and needed to step back and continue later. Life changes and it boils down to this, Lucas never had to answer to his fans, he just had to tell them something. Be happy you have what you got and don’t be so judge mental.
      If you don’t like the new brand…read your old books.

    • August 27, 2014 at 1:52 pm

      It’s not as simple as “reading the old books.” Disney has stopped ALL WORK on the Expanded Universe after they declared it “non-canon” and the Expanded Universe is still not complete as it is. People just want for it to continue, even if it is under the Legends banner because all they want is for the Universe that they grew up with continuing and they don’t want to be fed the garbage that Disney is feeding them.

    • September 20, 2014 at 10:39 pm

      Yes. EU sucked. I read 20 books hoping it would make sense. It SUCKED donkey balls.

  • August 26, 2014 at 2:24 am

    Fuck Disney and the horse they rode in on.

    • September 20, 2014 at 10:44 pm

      No . Fuck you, almost. Rebels sucks donkey balls.but episode 7 will rock.

  • August 26, 2014 at 10:17 pm

    Star Wars shouldn’t be indebted to Marvel for ANY reason, period.

  • August 28, 2014 at 6:29 am

    What a load of complete horseshit!

  • September 20, 2014 at 10:47 pm

    Complete with loads of donkey balls.

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