4 edition of Empire Disney found in the catalog.
|Statement||Presses universitaires de France|
|Publishers||Presses universitaires de France|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
|2||Que sais-je? -- 2726|
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Shadows of the Empire is Polarizing It doesn't help that Shadows of the Empire is quite dated. Unfortunately there is no such strength in Shadows of the Empire, because Xizor's pheromones literally wipe it away. The game alone was empire Disney hit, a popular third-person 3D action game that helped launch the N64, and that provided players with an opportunity to revisit from a new perspective.
Lucasfilm execs empire Disney realized they could not craft new, accessible stories without contradicting the EU. Leia deserves better than this. The simple truth is that nostalgia is all Shadows of the Empire has to offer now, reminding some fans of their childhood and teenage years, but dismissed by newer parts of the fanbase.
The story remains popular to this day - but it is not without its problems. Every tale exists in its context, and you cannot incorporate it back into the canon without unwittingly restoring elements you would rather leave alone.
Perry's story embraced the zeitgeist of the '90s, capturing the grim and gritty realism that empire Disney in vogue at the time. The setting was ideal for such a time, because the tale was set in a period where the Rebellion was on the back foot, and the flickering candle of hope had almost died. The main narrative was told in the form of a novel, a comic book series, a even a video game, and even had its own popular soundtrack; literally the only Star Wars medium it lacked at the time was a movie.
Perry's love for Star Wars shone through, as he wove in classic moments alluded to by George Lucas but not shown in his movies. Shadows of the Empire Creates Some Canon Problems When Disney acquired Lucasfilm back in 2012, they faced a difficult decision as regards the old Expanded Universe. Making matters worse, the Expanded Universe had explored the entire timeline of the galaxy, from before the founding of the Republic to 100 years empire Disney Return of the Jedi.
Even the basic concept, exploring the Empire's corruption and its alliance with crime lords, feels like the kind of approach popularized in the '90s.
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It successfully captured the artistic spirit of '90s comics and science-fiction, most notably with , who is basically what Han Solo would look like if he'd been created by Rob Liefeld - complete with massive shoulder pads.
Xizor is essentially a sexual predator whose power strips women of their ability to consent, and consequently, his conquests are little more than the twisted actions of a rapist.