Nerdy Dad Jeremy McKeen is finally done with Star Wars. Just don’t tell his son. — It happened while I was teaching my Senior British Literature class. One student called another student childish, and the student who might or might not have been acting childish replied, “I’m a kid? Look at your folder!” The folder […]
Han Solo, Captain Picard, or Mr. Spock? How to Decide What to Do in Life (When You Don’t Know What To Do)
If you’re unsure of what kind of man to be, be one of these. Or not. Jeremy McKeen chooses…wisely. — We all face a hundred decisions a day from what to feed the kids to whether or not we should have that third beer. The question of the essential self and how we want to […]
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…put on a Princess Leia costume, of course.
Ultrasound imagery sends The DADventurer to a galaxy far, far away to search for Han Solo.
By trying to follow in his literary hero’s footsteps, Jarad Dewing learned that not all heroes are what they seem.
Tom Burns on why he wanted to be like the guy who got all the best lines.
On the anniversary of the premiere of the epic film Star Wars, Alex Yarde looks back on how the film started him on his own hero’s journey.
Toy collector Tom Burns breaks down by opening his collectors items and playing with his daughter
Could it be true that Harrison Ford is considering reprising his role as Han Solo?
Just skip ahead to the end. That settles the whole score.
The effects of romantic role models in young adult fiction color whole generations’ ideas of who they want to be and to love.
Sometimes … things just balance themselves out.
Opinion: The Commentary Track for the December 15th Buy Pile, Issue #20 [@cbr] “Iron Eclipses and Dreamtime”
An analysis of elements from Hannibal Tabu’s reviews column on Comic Book Resources.