David Blanc

David Francis Blanc has published various books and screenplays. A native of New York City, he has traveled to and lived in various countries. He was also a decorated police officer in Brooklyn and US Army soldier. He has always been a big fan of fantasy, sci-fi, martial arts, and RPGs.

Darth Andeddu Guide

When I first came into contact with Darth Andeddu, I thought of Imhotep from the Mummy movies. He is a Sith Lord mummy. With good writing, however, a lot can be said about such a topic. Any story about the quest for immortality is bound to turn into a morality tale. It’s as old as […]

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Miraluka Guide

Samurai fans know of Zatoichi, the blind swordsman. Miraluka are the Zaitoichis of the Star Wars universe. There is something about martial arts films that makes blind masters a little more skillful than their sighted peers. Star Wars took that concept one step further and created a whole species of blind, force-wielding martial artists. Oldtimers

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Cathar Star Wars Guide

I must admit, I’ve never seen Cathar in any of the Star Wars movies. Of course, Star Wars hasn’t been the first franchise to capitalize on “cat people.” My first exposure to the term cat people came from the 1980’s film starring Nastasia Kinski, Cat People. It was about the panther equivalent of werewolves. Then,

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Yaddle Star Wars Bio

If you blinked during Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace, you probably would have missed Master Yaddle. I know I did. I saw Yoda, Mace Windu, and “the guy with the crazy-long neck,” but no Yaddle. Regardless, she made her debut in cinema’s first introduction to the prequel Star Wars trilogy before Darth Vader

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Durge Star Wars Bio

Durge is not a character for the casual Star Wars fan. He has not appeared in any of the Star Wars films but has made an appearance in the Star Wars: Clone Wars animated series for which he was created. Since then, he has also appeared in several canon comic books and novels. Bottomline Up

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Fulcrum Star Wars Guide

Fans of Star Wars: Rebels should be familiar with Fulcrum, where the pseudonym first appeared. To me, the whole secrecy aspect makes me think of the French Resistance in outer space. In this article, we’re going to explore the role of Fulcrum in all of his or her incarnations. This is geared towards SWR fans

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Gar Saxon Bio

Since Boba Fett’s debut, Mandalorians have fascinated Star Wars fans. The success of the Disney TV series The Mandalorian is proof that, while almost exterminated, their story is far from over. Hardcore Mandalore fans will know who Gar Saxon is and they would agree that he deserves a page/fan page in the annals of Mandalore

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Hera Syndulla Bio

My Star Wars journey started with the cinematic release of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in the 1970s. Since then, there have been sequels, prequels, animated series, and a host of Star Wars lore. The background for Luke Skywalker’s debut included a large rebel resistance movement that mushroomed into a Galactic Civil War.

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Darth Maul Lightsaber Guide: Three Weapons of Choice and Where to Get Your Own

When Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace came out, it was years after audiences had experienced a sense of closure concerning the Star Wars trilogy. The thought that there would be a prequel to explain how the Sith Lords could exterminate the Jedi and how an archvillain like Darth Vader could have been Luke’s

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