Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Link Round-Up: January 12, 2016

Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens by Mark Raats

"Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens" by Mark Raats

Paul Chiusano discusses how online feedback has affected our writing styles: "I realize I’ve begun writing defensively on the web, putting in hedges and clarifications that really aren’t necessary for a charitable reader. I’ve also taken to toning down any rhetorical flourishes that could be interpreted uncharitably in a way that annoys some people. The result: boring writing stripped of a lot of my own personal style."

Pulp style illustration of Blade Runner and other movies by artist Timothy Anderson.

Sean's David Bowie Sketchbook

THEATER OF BOOM: Not just the popcorn, but the whole theater — “One Plus Partnership’s cinema interior resembles the aftermath of an explosion”.

These Caricatures Of Sci-Fi Icons Are Absolutely Perfect.

This Twitter spat between Emo Kylo Ren and Very Lonely Luke is what the internet was made for

“Why the British Tell Better Children’s Stories” in The Atlantic is high-brow click-bait.  Turns out, their history informs fantastical myths and legends, while American tales tend to focus on moral realism.

WHO IS BOBA FETT? WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM THE PREQUELS - Noelle Stevenson (of Nimona and Lumberjanes awesome sauce) breaks down her theory of who Boba Fett really is.

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