Thrawn is back. His presence in the Star Wars: Rebels animated series has made quite a splash. It’s been fun seeing him on the the show and Rebels has done a great job with the character’s onscreen appearances, but now comes the moment we’ve been waiting for. It’s time for the Grand Admiral to return to his roots: the literary wing of the Star Wars franchise. There is no one more qualified to usher him in than Timothy Zahn. Fortunately for us, that’s exactly who got the job. Thrawn, the most anticipated novel in the new Star Wars canon, is here.
While Volume 2 of Guardians of the Galaxy is still a bit reluctant to part with its delinquent spirit and doubles down on its off-color humor, it makes a surprisingly powerful bid for matters of the heart.
Jumper, while it may be a reasonably enjoyable ride, fails to make certain distinctions about God that should not be omitted.
After The Librarians‘ inaugural season, I had my doubts about whether the show would be worth exploring any further. Sure, it showed potential, but in my opinion it seemed a bit too flat at times. However, I’d decided that if a second season was launched, I’d try to be open minded. I’m pretty happy with that decision, because so far, I’ve been pleasantly surprised.
Waking up is usually not the worst part of one’s nightmare. But then again, waking up on Mars is probably not on your checklist of normal situations.
George Mann has answered a huge demand: an installment that John Hurt’s War Doctor can claim for his very own. As much as we’d love to see these exploits being played out on our TV screens, a novel is the next best thing, and Mann delivers with Engines of War.
If you’re wondering if Jurassic World is worth putting money down for a ticket, wonder no more. Before Jurassic World, I didn’t really consider myself a big Jurassic Park fan. Spielberg, Trevarrow and company may have finally won me over, because now I want to go back and watch all the previous films.