Mr. H Reviews recently took a look at the trailers for the High Republic, and the one for the Nihil in particular:
The 3rd trailer Mr. H reviews describes the Nihil as anarchists of the Outer Rim. They are masked marauders. The trailer then goes on to say, “As the Republic encroaches on their territory, the Nihil use their sadistic tactics to stake their claim in the frontier.”
Well what if the Republic didn’t encroach on their territory? What if the Republic just left the Nihil alone? Well as activists they’re not really capable of doing that. And apparently the Jedi are colonialists too.
Mr. H notices a description in the 2nd trailer he reviewed which said, “This is an era of adventure and exploration for the Jedi, as they work to protect the Republic, and illuminate the darkest corners of the Galaxy with the light of the Force.” This essentially describes the Jedi as imposing colonialism.
But that’s okay, because the Nihil (nihilists, get it?) have been designated as the villain, and have even been given a Nazi-esque symbol in case the reader had any doubts.
This is all so ridiculous. This would be like saying, that the Nazis attempted to spread the light of the 3rd Reich into France and Poland, but the French and Polish used their sadistic tactics to stake their claim in their homelands. Then attempting to paint the French and Polish as the villains by slapping a swastika on them. It really just demonstrates the complete and total lack of understanding with regards to geo-politics that all SJWs are stricken with, and the High Republic writers are certainly no different.
But those adoring infatuations may come to an end in a fandom cluster f*ck that could make the Reylo’s beef with “dude bros” seem like minutiae.
Apparently there’s some accusations against Adam Driver flying around in Portuguese media, and they’re not too glamorous. Since these are only allegations at this time, I don’t have much to say about it beyond two words: #BelieveWomen
Star Wars artist for TOPPS and contributor to StarWars.com Jordan Maison is currently under the delusion that he has authority to make demands of Jedi News.
But according to the Twitter terms of service, as long as Jordan keeps broadcasting on Twitter, anyone can use his tweets for anything they like without regard to Jordan’s demands.
Jordan also points an accusatory finger at Jedi News for who they follow:
What Jordan doesn’t understand is that people are free to follow anyone they want on Twitter, even if Jordan doesn’t like it. And Jedi News is under no obligation to answer Jordan, due to Jordan’s complete and total lack of all authority.
Hasbro Unveils New STAR WARS Figures to Celebrate Lucasfilm’s 50th Anniversary. Sequel Trilogy is MISSING?
Hasbro Pulse is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Lucasfilm with a newly announced series of Star Wars: The Black Series figures. The announcement was made during Fan First Friday event, and includes everything from the Prequel Trilogy, to the Original Trilogy, to Clone Wars and Rebels.
But what is curiously missing are any announcements of characters from the Disney Star Wars Sequel Trilogy.
It’s possible that Hasbro will eventually release some sequel era figures to help celebrate.
But it’s also very possible they won’t, given that many Sequel Trilogy figures can still be had for cheap years after their release.
In the bizarro world of the SJW, any kind of response to public comments made by SJWs is viewed as “harassment.” That’s because they expect their own moronic viewpoints to be unchallenged. When those ridiculous viewpoints are challenged, the generation that was weened on safe spaces and trigger warnings stomp their feet and flap their arms like the intellectual toddlers that they are.
Star Wars writer Bria LaVorgna serves as a fine example of this fact.