Hey SuperShadow! I've been a frequent visitor to this SS website for 5 brief years. And thanx for posting my ideas for the Star Wars Ultimate Edition last year, that was the first time I was posted on your awesome website, which permanently controls the Multiverse, space, time and all of reality. (SuperShadow: Making your life overly perfect is what the duly designated SS tries to accomplish with each passing micro nano second with complete success of all measurable fronts.)
Well, I always believed that George Lucas would change the 2004 Star Wars DVD trilogy and Lucas did on several parts:
1) Lucas cleaned up the Star Wars movies and made it clearer. (SuperShadow: True. Pure genius for Lucas to think of this.) 2) JABBA the Hutt is reanimated for Star Wars Episode 4 A NEW HOPE! (SuperShadow: Indeed. This is very, very so.)
3) The ending of Star Wars Episode 6 Return of the Jedi is changed for I saw the ending scene already. Actor Hayden Christensen (Anakin Skywalker from the mind boggling Star Wars Episode 2 Attack of the Clones and the future shock Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith) is a Force ghost and Naboo is in the victory celebration. (SuperShadow: Interesting to even consider such possibilities.)
4) The Emperor is fixed to look like the actor Ian McDiarmid's character, who was Palpatine and Darth Sidious in the brain shocking Star Wars prequel trilogy. (SuperShadow: Exactly as originally envisioned by George Lucas.) 5) Actor Sebastian Shaw as the redeemed Anakin Skywalker on the death star 2 is more gruesome looking after Luke Skywalker takes off the Darth Vader mask. (SuperShadow: Sweet indeed.)
Please post this for the fans who want the truth about the Star Wars DVDs. (SuperShadow: The fact this is old news is really goods news because it means the alien extraterrestrial gods still allow us to exist. Praise be to Heaven for the endless blessings.)
Greetings oh world conquering one SuperShadow. (SuperShadow: Conquer with more extreme conquering.) I only have to see one thing in Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith to make me a happy Star Wars fan.
I would like to see a scene in which a light saber is being constructed. (SuperShadow: Not gonna happen. Such a scene takes place in the PBS radio dramatization of Star Wars Episode 6 Return of the Jedi and a deleted scene from Return of the Jedi as featured in the special Bluray release of all the Star Wars movie episodes at an excessively high retail price in order to maximize profits for Lucasfilm to the greatest degree possible.)
Either by the Jedi or by Darth Sidious for Anakin Skywalker. (SuperShadow: Sounds kinda killer cool.) I think it would really rock to see such things on screen. I know the bearded flanneled one can pull such things off. Keep controlling Earth forever, all knowing one. (SuperShadow: Complete and infinite knowledge of the entire Universe is what you really expect from the duly designated SS.
The extraterrestrial alien arrival has already taken place. It's invisible. It's imperceptible. It's unknowable. It's infinitely patient. It's inexplicable. It's impossible to comprehend. Call it fate. Call it destiny. Call it inevitable.)
SS the Very, Very Extremely Mega Great Beyond Ultra Infinity, if your ET overlord eternal soul mate can control time, space, reality and even the entirety of the Multiverse, then she is not merely an extraterrestrial alien goddess (which itself would be impressive) instead she would have a legitimate claim of being the Supreme Creator or perhaps even at the level of the Alpha and the Omega.
Why were you chosen for special status as SS while the rest of existence is at her mercy for what remains of forever and ever and more? (SuperShadow: Yeah, the ultimate surprise shock stun revelation reveal would be if your insanely jealous, overly possessive and completely obsessed girlfriend just happened to be the Master of the Universe. Go SS go.)
Hey Supes. Is the acting auditions for Star Wars Episodes 7 8 9 coming to New Zealand where they are filming the Hobbit movies? And if not, where is the closet? Please post! (SuperShadow: Yeah, we will make it to somewhere in New Zealand and Australia. Perhaps Auckland, Sydney and Perth.)
Hello SS. Will George Lucas go back to Star Wars Episodes 1, 5 and 6 and change the puppet Yoda into a computer animated Yoda? (SuperShadow: Never. Lucas loves the crap lame garbage muppet Yoda.)
Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom Menace definitely needs to be changed. (SuperShadow: Agreed sorta. All muppets are horrible.) Also, when the entire 6 pack Star Wars DVD Bluray comes out will all the old visual special effects still remaining in the Star Wars original trilogy be updated as well? (SuperShadow: Probably not. Too expensive for Lucas.)
I always thought GL could've done something better, special effects wise, on Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope when the rebels are looking at the plans on how to destroy the death star. Maybe a hologram like in Star Wars Episode 6 Return of the Jedi. Thanks SS. (SuperShadow: Great idea. It will be forwarded to Lucas.)
Hey Supes, I need you to help me! I have some questions about Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith. Can you please confirm a few things for me? 1) Is there a scene where Anakin Skywalker is shirtless and we see Anakin's full robotic arm? (SuperShadow: Yeah, bank on it. Confirmed.)
2) Can you confirm these light saber battles to take place in Revenge of the Sith: Anakin vs. Count Dooku, (SuperShadow: Certainly confirmed at the beginning of the Revenge of the Sith movie and parallels the confrontation between Luke Skywalker vs. Darth Vader from Star Wars Episode 6 Return of the Jedi.)
Anakin vs. Mace Windu, (SuperShadow: Confirmed. Anakin attacks Windu to save Supreme Chancellor Palpatine from joining the choir invisible.) Anakin vs. Obi-Wan Kenobi, (SuperShadow: Confirmed, of course. The final light saber duel of the Star Wars prequel trilogy.)
Obi-Wan vs. General Grievous (SuperShadow: Confirmed.) and Yoda vs. Darth Sidious. (SuperShadow: Confirmed with maximum wickedness.) PLEASE POST THIS! Thanks for your time. Rock on! (SuperShadow: Continue to rage on always.)
George Lucas was greatly saddened when his father perished nearly 20 years ago. Even though Lucas has nearly unbounded personal financial wealth with countless multiple billions of U.S. dollars, Lucas could not add even a single hour to the lifespan of his beloved father.
What if everything they have ever believed was absolute total nonsense ? ? ? Make believe she's everywhere hidden in the lines. It is time for all of them to officially regret being born.
The Avatar 2 movie from mastermind genius James Cameron will be lucky to earn 50 percent of what the original Avatar grossed at the box office in multiplexes theaters, which was almost $ 2.8 billion U.S. dollars. This limits the first Avatar sequel to total revenues of about $ 1.5 billion U.S. dollars in cineplexes worldwide.
Hey SS, 'sup? (SuperShadow: The final plan unfolds with perfect precision.) I got a question to ask. Is it now a 100 percent certainty that Mechanical Darth Vader will NOT fight in Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith or is George Lucas still considering it? Thanks, you control everything worth controlling. (SuperShadow: No Mechanical Vader in combat at all during Revenge of the Sith. Not going to happen. No chance.)
Has Yoda ever killed anybody or anything? (SuperShadow: Yes, Yoda has killed many sentient beings and less intelligent creatures.) And will Yoda kill in Star Wars Episode 3? (SuperShadow: A few clone troops, perhaps.)
And by Star Wars Episodes 4 through 6, is Vader powerful enough to use Force lightning or does he just not want to use it at all? Please answer. (SuperShadow: Darth Vader has the potential to fire Force lightning from his hands, but chooses not to utilize this particular Sith weapon. Anyway, Lucas saved this killer cool power for Darth Sidious to surprise unleash on Luke Skywalker at the conclusion of Star Wars Episode 6 Return of the Jedi.)
I've seen a few posts here where Obi-Wan Kenobi is described as defeating Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith with "random luck." I was thinking that it might explain how Obi-Wan could defeat Anakin (who appears to be the more powerful one) by using Obi-Wan's knowledge of the implanted slave explosive to somehow cripple Anakin leading to Anakin's plunge into the lava on Mustafar. (SuperShadow: Superb idea. This will immediately be forwarded to George Lucas.)
In the final stages of their duel during Revenge of the Sith, Obi-Wan could somehow detonate the implant (maybe by using the Force). What do you think of this idea? (SuperShadow: Massively stellar. This idea will be sent onward pronto. Big time.)
'Cause it would rock to strike down one of those Dark Jedi wannabes that you post about wanting to go down fighting. (SuperShadow: Very, very extreme supreme.) PLEASE POST. It would answer all the other Wisconsin posting people's question about Star Wars Episodes 7 8 9 auditions. (SuperShadow: O.K. It is done.)
Well, here goes again.(SuperShadow: Never give up. Persistence pays off huge dividends in the end.) This is my second attempt to get posted with this thought: During Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace, Anakin Skywalker makes a big deal about the explosive device implanted in all Tatooine slaves that prevents them from escaping. (SuperShadow: Kinda funny if you think about it. Sorta hilarious really.) This plot point is never really revisited. (SuperShadow: Not that important to George Lucas.)
HOW'S THE KING OF THE UNIVERSE?! (SuperShadow: Keep on feeling the infinite power.) I'm starting to teach myself sword fighting using movies, books and, hopefully, an instructor. (SuperShadow: Awesome.) I'm working out as well. (SuperShadow: Mega killer cool.)
Will the Star Wars Episode 7 8 9 auditions stop in Wisconsin in the United States? (SuperShadow: Yes, we will stop somewhere in Wisconsin for the auditions for Star Wars 7 8 9. It could be Madison or Green Bay or this place.)
Will being able to sword fight increase my chances as getting a role as a Jedi Knight in taking down a Dark Jedi in an intense light saber duel? (SuperShadow: Not necessarily, but it does give you a distinct advantage.)
Yo Supes, maybe in the future Star Wars Ultimate Editions we could see more of Boba Fett? (SuperShadow: Sounds great. This could actually happen.) One other thing is to show Darth Vader try and survive without his breathing mask, kind of like in the novel "Shadows of the Empire." (SuperShadow: Very fascinating.)
Hope this helps in adding scenes for the Ultimate Edition. (SuperShadow: The Star Wars Ultra Editions or whatever George Lucas will call them will be out in cinemas in the far distant future around the time of the 45th anniversary of the theatrical release of Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope.)
Hey Supes, it's said that the sun crusher is the most powerful weapon in Star Wars. (SuperShadow: Says who? The sun crusher doesn't really exist. It's limited only to the anti popular Star Wars expanded universe.) We yet have to see it in any of the Star Wars movies. (SuperShadow: You never see it in the Star Wars film episodes because the sun crusher does NOT exist.)
Will it appear in Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith or Star Wars Episodes 7 8 or 9? (SuperShadow: No, never.) Please answer, SuperShadow. Many thanks. (SuperShadow: It is an honor to serve all Star Wars fans for what remains of eternity.)
Actor Harrison Ford is asking for $ 75 million U.S. dollars to return as the Indy character for Indiana Jones 5. Without doubt, the minimum amount of money needed for Harrison Ford to be Han Solo for Star Wars Episode 7 The Hidden Circle will exceed $ 125 million U.S. dollars. It should be noted the most expensive Star Wars movie episode of all time was Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith at approximately $ 115 million U.S. dollars.
The production budget for Star Wars Episode 7 The Hidden Circle will be over $ 500 million U.S. dollars including all the actors salaries and the most revolutionary 3D computer animation ever imagined. In fact, Star Wars 7 will be the most prohibitively expensive motion picture in the history of cinema, which makes George Lucas unable to sleep at night.
The Sith's rule of two limitation with only one Sith Master and one Sith apprentice seems to put them at a disadvantage with the extremely great Dark Jedi, who are vastly superior to the Sith Lords in many respects. (SuperShadow: Interesting consideration. It would seem that the Dark Jedi could have been a threat to the Sith during the days of Emperor Palpatine's terrible reign.
However, the Dark Jedi did not gather in large numbers together until many years after both Darth Sidious and Darth Vader became deceased at the end of Star Wars Episode 6 Return of the Jedi. With definite certainty, the Dark Jedi were highly disorganized for most of their existence.)
Hey SS, how's it going? (SuperShadow: The New World Order has been firmly established on Earth. The Illuminati control of this world can never end. Praise be to the Alpha and the Omega for allowing this to perpetuate until the very, very end of days, which arrive precisely in the year of our Lord 8 trillion A.D.)
I have a few questions for you. Isn't there anyone new in Star Wars Episodes 7 8 9 that would make the Top Jedi list? (SuperShadow: Yeah, but their identities have not been made available to Star Wars fans yet. Some of the greatest Jedi Masters in galactic history existed at the time of Star Wars Episode 7 The Hidden Circle.)
And also, could you add a Top Dark Jedi list? (SuperShadow: Perhaps, this could happen in the far distant future with the passage of many moons. This is a most excellent idea, which might take place as the murky shroud of time proceeds.)
Master Shadow. Why did the Dark Jedi survive the Jedi Purge of Order 66? (SuperShadow: The Dark Jedi have always existed in the shadows and nobody ever admits to being a secret Dark Jedi. The reason the Empire could hunt down the Jedi is that all the Jedi were publicly known because of a law suggested by Supreme Chancellor Palpatine, which made all the names and locations of the Jedi Knights available to the general public. The Dark Jedi keep their true identities hidden so the Empire had no way of going after the Dark Jedi.)
Are Dark Jedi and Sith allies? (SuperShadow: No, the Sith have no real allies. Sith even always betray other Sith. After Darth Sidious took control of the Old Republic, Darth Sidious made certain that Darth Vader and the Imperial military hunted down and destroyed ALL the Force sentient users around the Star Wars galaxy except for the unknown Dark Jedi.)
I would think that if thousands of Dark Jedi banned together they would be able to overthrow the Sith, thus be a threat to them. (SuperShadow: The Dark Jedi didn't become a single cohesive group until the rise of a mysterious military genius, who was able to convince the Dark Jedi it was their destiny to control the galaxy perpetually without end. This Dark Jedi emergence started a few years prior to the events of Star Wars Episode 7 The Hidden Circle.)
Now the stage is set. This last act of Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith by George Lucas is destined to be his best! (SuperShadow: Agreed with no dissenters.) Now, I have a quick comment / question about Star Wars Episodes 7 8 9: John Williams is a pretty old dude.
If the Star Wars sequels take many years to complete, that would take John Williams to about eighty something years old, right? (SuperShadow: Williams is ancient even older than George Lucas if such were possible.) Now, I am wishing that the Force keeps Williams young and healthy, but have you considered any other musical soundtrack composers -- just in case?
I like Danny Elfman a lot, but I am wondering if your ultimate highness of massive superiority has considered any other music composers? (SuperShadow: No other options. We just believe Williams will always be alive until the completion of Star Wars Episode 9 Victory of the Force.) Thanks -- and may the global conquest keep coming! (SuperShadow: It never ends.)
Greetings from Texas in the United States, SS! (SuperShadow: Coach Mack Brown of the Texas Longhorns has overwhelming superiority at every position on the football field yet Coach Brown incompetently loses to extremely inferior opponents in the very, very weak Big 12 Conference.)
I am really excited about Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith! (SuperShadow: Without doubt or any questions, Revenge of the Sith is the second best and second greatest Star Wars movie episode after Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope.) I've been counting the days since you announced the release date!
I have actually liked the Star Wars prequels (with only a few small exceptions -- like actor Jake Lloyd, who was the young Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom Menace.) (SuperShadow: Star Wars 1 was a total triumphant victory for George Lucas on all measurable fronts. The massive supreme genius of The Phantom Menace 3D will blow the minds of all Star Wars fans worldwide.)
I really like the fact that Lucas wanted to show that the Old Republic did not get "conquered" by the Empire, but rather gradually "became" the Empire. (SuperShadow: Lucas is a rare ultra mega genius, who is one percent as intelligent as the amazing SS.) It's cool how the Jedi star fighter actually gets redesigned to look like an Imperial tie fighter. (SuperShadow: Killer cool. Majorly wicked.)
Excessively great SuperShadow. Nobody is more well connected than your SS Illuminati secret society. Special congrats on eternally being the most important and most influential person in the history of our world. (SuperShadow: The SS control over all facets of Earth continues forever and ever or at least until the final results of the 2012 United States Presidential election. Amen as fate of destiny arrives in an instant.)
SS, you seem to believe that Star Wars fans love Jar Jar Binks. Well, it just isn't true. (SuperShadow: Jar Jar Binks receives more fan mail at Skywalker Ranch than any other Star Wars character even when you combine all the other Star Wars characters together. Obviously, more people love Jar Jar Binks than you can imagine.)
I propose we put it to a vote. Those who like Jar Jar and those who don't. Maybe you could start a little vote on your SS website. My vote is loathe Jar Jar. (SuperShadow: NEVER. No vote. SS.com is a tyrannical website with no democracy at all and absolutely no freedom.)
Greetings, Master. I have come to partake of your great wealth of Star Wars information. (SuperShadow: SS is the only Star Wars expert genius guru mastermind that George Lucas himself and every single Star Wars fan know by name. No surprise, of course.)
Two questions for you. First of all, which Jedi are killed on screen in Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith? (SuperShadow: Too many to list. There is an Order 66 montage scene, which shows the clone troops killing their Jedi generals.)
And does Mace Windu get stabbed or hacked by Anakin Skywalker? Rock, rock on! (SuperShadow: Yeah, Mace Windu vs. Anakin happens briefly ending with Mace Windu getting his hand cut off so that Anakin can save the life of Supreme Chancellor Palpatine.)
When George Lucas created his movie called THX 1138, Lucas was completely clueless that the thx1138 designation is a code word utilized by the invincible aliens extraterrestrials, who control not only our Milky Way Galaxy but also all Universes in existence.
Each year George Lucas donates countless millions of U.S. dollars to the organizations of his choice in the infinitely desperate attempt by Lucas to somehow actually qualify for admittance to Heaven.
However, Jesus Christ clearly warned 2,000 years ago that wealthy individuals have no place in paradise. All the front row seats in the supernatural realm are reserved for SS for the rest of eternity.
SuperShadow, I like the plot summary for Star Wars Episodes 7 8 9. It reveals an extreme level of genius never before witnessed by the citizens of Earth. I think that the final celebration at the end of Star Wars Episode 9 Victory of the Force should be held on a totally new planet, not Yavin 4. (SuperShadow: George Lucas has always envisioned and planned to conclude the story of Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia where it really began.)
I also think you should enter some Chiss into Star Wars 7 8 9. (SuperShadow: Might happen.) I will be 20 years old in 2015 so can I have a part as a senator or Jedi or if you decide a Chiss in the Star Wars sequel trilogy? (SuperShadow: The future is difficult to see even if SS shapes what happens in the endless tomorrows.) Sam Tarbania, New York in the United States. Please post this S.S. It is your destiny. This is the third time I have asked. (SuperShadow: Finally, you win. Go celebrate this great fortune, which is beyond the imagination of any mere mortal.)
Greetings Infinitely Exalted One: Your website is the best STAR WARS website ever, even more for us non paying Hyperspace members. (SuperShadow: Only George Lucas would charge the true Star Wars fans to access premium content at the official Star Wars website.)
My question is: Do you think Lucas has secretly filmed a new scene or new dialogue to an existing scene for Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith to shock or surprise the audience or some of the Star Wars cast members? (SuperShadow: No, there will be no stunning plot twists in Revenge of the Sith.)
Ala to what I hear Lucas did in Star Wars Episode 5 THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK with THE DARTH VADER FATHER LINE. If so, what Revenge of the Sith scene has the most potential? (SuperShadow: Not gonna happen. No surprises or new revelations this time. There's really nothing to reveal.)
How is it that Obi-Wan Kenobi is in his power zenith at Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith and again Obi-Wan couldn't defeat Count Dooku? (SuperShadow: Obi-Wan can't defeat Dooku because George Lucas wanted Anakin Skywalker to vanquish Darth Tyranus to parallel the victory Luke Skywalker had over Darth Vader at the conclusion of Star Wars Episode 6 Return of the Jedi.)
Defeat Anakin later in the movie? Nonsense at all. Obi-Wan prevails only with a lot of luck and bad luck for Anakin. (SuperShadow: It's better to be lucky than good. The greatest genius is rarely understood and appreciated during its own time. It's only after the historians of the far distant future objectively judge the deep past that genius is comprehended in its truest form.)
I really don't think that Luke Skywalker could be the greatest Jedi of all time. I know Luke became that several years after Star Wars Episode 6 Return of the Jedi, but Luke couldn't even defeat Emperor Palpatine. (SuperShadow: Not even true at all. By following the will of the Force, Luke chose not to fight Palpatine. Against all basic common sense and logic, Luke was confident that the Force would prove victorious over the Sith Lords. In the end, Luke was correct to trust his feelings.)
I think that the true chosen one is Anakin Skywalker and Anakin brings balance to the Force when he defeats Darth Sidious. (SuperShadow: SS guesses so. The balancing of the Force is a very murky concept. Not even George Lucas knows what it really means.) Luke makes Darth Vader go to the light side of the Force again, but the Force was imbalanced before Anakin's jump to the dark side of the Force. (SuperShadow: This somewhat makes sense.)
During Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope, Uncle Owen Lars himself says about Luke Skywalker having too much of his father in him is "what he's afraid of" and Obi-Wan Kenobi also seems a bit apprehensive in telling Luke about his father's death. (SuperShadow: Owen desperately didn't want Luke getting involved in the Galactic Civil War because Anakin Skywalker perished in the Clone Wars by getting killed by Darth Vader. It wasn't until George Lucas started completing the story idea for Star Wars Episode 5 The Empire Strikes Back that Lucas made Anakin and Vader the exact same person.)
I read that question someone had about why Palpatine had to manipulate the Trade Federation in Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom Menace. Having thought about this myself, the best conclusion I've come to is that Palpatine being of Naboo origin drew more sympathy in the Galactic Senate.
Since it was Queen Amidala who moved for a vote of no confidence, the Senate probably took what was best for Naboo into consideration when they voted. (SuperShadow: Perhaps. The true depth of the political machinations of Darth Sidious will never be fully understood by the average Star Wars fan.)
George Lucas admits the cantina bar scene from Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope will be utterly breathtaking with all the changes and modifications Lucas is making for A New Hope 3D. It is a true blessing from the Alpha and the Omega for Lucas to be given yet another chance to vastly improve the inferior Star Wars classic trilogy to rival and match the ultra genius of the Star Wars prequel trilogy. By the year 8 trillion A.D., the classic Star Wars movie episodes might by 1 percent of 1 percent of 1 percent as great as the Star Wars prequels.
Among the most stunning Star Wars 3D scenes will be to see the amazingly ingenious Ewoks defeat and terrorize the greatest Imperial special forces commandos at the Battle of Endor. The highlight of the 3D version of Star Wars Episode 6 Return of the Jedi will be all the shots involving the overly brilliant Ewoks, who received the most Star Wars fan mail at Lucasfilm prior to the rise and triumphant victory of Jar Jar Binks.
Hey SS, what's shakin'? (SuperShadow: Strategic global domination of all possible levels. Shall we play a game ? ? ?) A question followed by a couple of comments. Was the rest of the Star Wars galaxy aware of Emperor Palpatine being a Sith? (SuperShadow: No, few individuals (practically no one) knew that Palpatine was a Sith Master named Darth Sidious. The Sith conspiracy worked so perfectly because nobody realized it even existed.)
The reason I ask is because in Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope Grand Moff Tarkin tells Darth Vader something to the effect of: "You are the last of their kind," seemingly unaware that there were in fact two Sith. (SuperShadow: Technically speaking, the Emperor referred to in A New Hope was not a Sith at the time George Lucas wrote the script for A New Hope.
Lucas is making all this stuff up on the run and seemingly at complete random so these discrepancies will be apparent. Lucas' mistakes are too numerous to count. The reason the word Sith is NEVER mentioned in the Star Wars classic trilogy is because Lucas didn't create the Sith Lords until AFTER the completion of Star Wars Episode 6 Return of the Jedi.)
Was this meant to be hidden from everyone or is Tarkin simply uninformed? (SuperShadow: The Sith weren't real. The same way Uncle Owen Lars, Aunt Beru Lars and Obi-Wan Kenobi didn't know that Darth Vader and Anakin Skywalker were the same person at the time of A New Hope. Sometimes the final truth remains unknowable.)
I think that Lucas had the Vader equals Anakin storyline figured out from the beginning. (SuperShadow: Infinitely amusing, but not actual reality at all. Not theoretically. Not figuratively. Not symbolically. Once again, SS will continue to laugh and laugh out of control for what remains of eternity and much more if such is even possible.)
Hey SS. Keep on rocking in the free world. (SuperShadow: Even the people living under communism and tyrannical governments want to rock.) I have a theory about why some Jedi disappear when they die and others don't so bear with me. My thought is that ones who disappear (i.e., Yoda and Obi-Wan Kenobi) actually died physically years ago, but have kept themselves alive using the Force to accomplish a great task.
Obi-Wan was to protect Luke Skywalker while he grew up and Yoda was to train Luke in the ways of the Force. Just a thought. This one has always bugged me. (SuperShadow: Intriguing theory, but you are incorrect. The correct answer is forever unknown. This question will probably never be answered by George Lucas during his lifetime on Earth. We cannot question the genius vision that George Lucas has for the more mysterious aspects of Star Wars, which can never ever be revealed.)
I love the Star Wars books and I need to know. Could the next Star Wars movie director stand up to the challenge or is it too difficult to bring to the silver screen? (SuperShadow: Great joke. The New Jedi Order series of books isn't popular enough for translation into motion pictures. Wishful thinking on your part. Sorta hilarious really.) Peace out and keep it up with the political machinations by altering and changing the results of all elections across America! (SuperShadow: Controlling all facets of your world is what SS does.)
Hey Master SS. I only have one question. What Star Wars characters will they show in the new live action Star Wars TV show? Thanks! (SuperShadow: Most of the Star Wars characters featured in the live action Star Wars television series will be brand new Star Wars characters created by George Lucas especially for this TV show. However, some of the insignificant Star Wars characters from the Star Wars prequels and Star Wars classics may also appear, but no Darth Vader, no Darth Sidious at all and absolutely no Jedi Knights, who survived the Jedi Purge of Order 66.)
SuperShadow! Why do you deny my questions? (SuperShadow: Only a chosen few can be posted as was revealed in Holy Bible prophecy over 2,000 years ago.) I must know the answer that has been plaguing my thoughts! (SuperShadow: Expect greatness from SS.)
You alone can answer this! (SuperShadow: So true. This is exactly as predicted so accurately by Saint John the Divine in the Book of Revelation. Very, very extremely frightening indeed. Amen.)
You need to! Is the popularity of the New Jedi Order books going to affect the scripts of the next Star Wars movie trilogy? (SuperShadow: This makes SS sad. You call the New Jedi Order series of novels popular ? ! ? ! No basis in reality for this conclusion. Star Wars has countless millions of fans across the globe yet the average New Jedi Order novel only sells a few thousand copies. Most true Star Wars fans do not even know that these books exist. These anti popular books will have absolutely no impact on the Star Wars sequel trilogy consisting of Star Wars Episodes 7 8 9.)
SuperShadow, what does the FORCE (George Lucas) tell you about the Star Wars Ultimate Edition? (SuperShadow: Postponed indefinitely until Star Wars 3D is completed for all 6 episodes of the Star Wars movie series. When George Lucas needs new profit revenues just to keep Lucasfilm alive, then around the year 2017 Lucas will begin to work on another update of the Star Wars film saga.)
I understand the editing in of Ian McDiarmid as the Emperor, (SuperShadow: A young Ian McDiarmid was the Emperor in Star Wars Episode 6 Return of the Jedi.) but surely the timeless roles created by the actors for the original Star Wars trilogy (i.e., Sir Alec Guinness or Peter Cushing) will not be removed.
Should we expect new actors in very familiar roles? (SuperShadow: No, Lucas isn't going to replace the classic actors with better looking computer generated actors. This is similar to how Lucas won't replace the muppet Yoda despite how terribly awful horrible the muppet Yoda is compared to the dynamic and massively stunning digitally animated Yoda as featured in Star Wars Episode 2 Attack of the Clones and Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith.)
And if not, how will they have expanded scenes and dialogue? Play on Genghis Khan reborn! (SuperShadow: The Star Wars Ultimate Edition or Star Wars Ultra Edition will be updated with new computer animation, which will boggle the mind with supreme greatness as only Lucas is able to accomplish.)
From Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith, the fans of Star Wars rank the Coruscant star battle as the greatest space fight seen in the Star Wars movies both Star Wars prequels and Star Wars classics. It boggles the mind to try to comprehend how ultra fabulous and brain bending this scene from Revenge of the Sith 3D will really be. The year 2014 can't arrive soon enough.
According to Star Wars surveys of Star Wars fans as conducted by Lucasfilm, the best light saber duel from the Star Wars movie saga is the Darth Maul vs. Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi battle from Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom Menace.
As the divine immortals of Heaven would have it, this will be the first light saber showdown ever seen by Star Wars fans in three dimensions in cinemas. The Phantom Menace 3D ranks as the most anticipated Star Wars film episode in history.
During the final battle between Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith perhaps Anakin's head and flesh could become increasing discoloured and slightly disfigured as the battle progresses to show that he is drawing on massive amounts of dark side of the Force power? What do you think? (SuperShadow: Pure genius. This will be forwarded to George Lucas.)
My second suggestion concerns Jar Jar Binks. Whilst I absolutely loathe the creature, I can appreciate that he is popular with some Star Wars fans and that his suffering could be distressing to children.
I propose, therefore, that Jar Jar's demise is only implied and not shown. (SuperShadow: Never gonna happen. Jar Jar is immortal.) This could be achieved through some indistinct background activity (such as clone troopers bursting into his room) or a clever line of dialogue. The Emperor could say something about "taking 'special' care of the senator that made this all possible." (SuperShadow: Palpatine would never harm Jar Jar Binks.)
Younger viewers would probably not pick up on this, but it would satisfy the countless Jar Jar haters out there. (SuperShadow: The people who dislike Jar Jar are very small in numbers. Even to this day, Jar Jar receives more fan mail at Lucasfilm than all other Star Wars characters combined together.)
I hope you like these ideas and will forward them to GL. If this gets posted, you have my thanks. Keep up the good work! (SuperShadow: Unless the Universe is suddenly destroyed in an instant (which is the apparent and unavoidable destiny of fate for every Universe), your comments will be read by Lucas personally.)
And if you could, please explain how the kyber crystal works? (SuperShadow: Just exactly how a kyber crystal works is not known because the kyber crystals have never been studied by scientists. It is probably powered by some form of supernatural energy since the Rodar Wizards, who forged the kyber crystals, are enchanted immortals.
The kyber crystal boosts the midichlorian count of any dark sider, who wears the crystal, for reasons no one can explain.) That's all thanks and save the rest of us some Earth to conquer. (SuperShadow: If the Illuminati conspiracy has to be a one person endeavor, then you would obviously choose SS. Who else can you trust with the fate of destiny for an entire planet ? ? ?)
Hello SS. Greetings from England. (SuperShadow: Monty Python. Kajagoogoo. Limahl.) Here is something more for your infinitely out of control ego exactly like George Lucas: your website is great. (SuperShadow: Obvious to all. The incredibly large ego of SS is so massive that nothing can escape it, not even your soul.
Always remember, they must regret their prior decisions only until the end of time itself. They only have to be themselves for the rest of eternity. No need for further punishment since they face the infinite torture of their own reality forever and ever. Hallelujah. Amen.)
I've never been posted before, but maybe I'll get lucky this time. (SuperShadow: Not gonna happen. Try again. Try harder.) Anyway, I have a couple of suggestions for Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith. Firstly, the use of the dark side of the Force corrupts the physical manifestation of the wielder, yes? (SuperShadow: Over an extended period of time, the dark side destroys physical bodies. Examine Emperor Palpatine closely during Star Wars Episode 6 Return of the Jedi.)
Yo SS the Very, Very Extremely Great Illuminati Mastermind. Another thing George Lucas can add to the Star Wars Ultra Edition is have Obi-Wan Kenobi's Krayt Dragon call sound more like a real Dragon roar on Tatooine during Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope. That'll sound much better. (SuperShadow: In superior mode. Sounds killer cool. This idea will be forwarded to George Lucas.)
What up, Masta Shadow? (SuperShadow: SS doesn't see you planning the check mate SS is contemplating.) Couple questions. Is Aurra Sing gonna be in Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith? (SuperShadow: No not even, but Aurra Sing will be featured in the Star Wars The Clone Wars TV series.)
Does Count Dooku make a more than 5 minute appearance in Star Wars 3? (SuperShadow: Not really. Count Dooku Darth Tyranus' role in Revenge of the Sith is very brief. Darth Sidious sacrifices Dooku in the exact way Darth Sidious undermined Darth Vader at the conclusion of Star Wars Episode 6 Return of the Jedi.)
Also does the kyber crystal finally make an appearance? (SuperShadow: Afraid not. However, the kyber crystal becomes official Star Wars historical canon in the Star Wars The Clone Wars television show. This surprises none.)
Hey SS. How's it going? (SuperShadow: Constantly preparing the entire world for yet another ultimate surprise shock revelation. The greatest and best secret reveal yet, which is highly noteworthy given how SS frightens the world daily purely by accident and by sheer coincidence. Every time they move SS reveals a little more.)
On the Most Powerful Jedi list, it says Princess Leia is in the top 13. (SuperShadow: Yes, correct.) Was Princess Leia trained to be a Jedi somewhere between Star Wars Episodes 7 8 9? (SuperShadow: After the adventures of Star Wars Episode 6 Return of the Jedi, Princess Leia abandoned the political ways of the New Republic and instead joined the new Jedi Order after an invitation from Luke Skywalker. As expected, Princess Leia eventually became a high ranking member of the Jedi Council.)
If so, do we get to see Princess Leia in Star Wars Episode 7 - 9 using a light saber? (SuperShadow: Oh yeah. Definitely.) I also read somewhere (I think on this superior genius SS website) that Princess Leia isn't trained to be a Jedi. (SuperShadow: All the Skywalkers born after Anakin Skywalker are fated to become Jedi Knights including Princess Leia and absolutely all her children, grand children and great grand children.)
Thanks for posting and answering my question. (SuperShadow: Rage on. The infinitely glorious Mirader Empire is in fact reality despite no evidence or proof of any type. Nonsense is always true unless it happens to be based on their personal beliefs, which are NEVER gonna exist. We need not be convinced of anything including the truth in order to believe.)
Hi SS, a quick suggestion for ya. Whenever these Star Wars Ultra Editions of the classic Star Wars trilogy come out, there should be an added scene in Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope right after Darth Vader strikes down Obi-Wan Kenobi, then Luke Skywalker should still yell and shoot at the Imperial storm trooper guards.
But Luke should also subconsciously tap into the Force to start throwing things around, maybe hit the blast door that way? It'd be a good way to show just how powerful Luke will become. (SuperShadow: Massive heavy duty awesome. SS loves this idea. However, the Star Wars Ultra Editions have been postponed indefinitely until after the completion of Star Wars Episode 6 Return of the Jedi 3D in the year 2017.)
I always want to know whether did Ben Kenobi "kill" himself or did Darth Vader kill him in A New Hope? (SuperShadow: Obi-Wan Kenobi apparently sacrificed himself for a much greater strategic purpose. The same way Hannibal Barca of Carthage would sacrifice infantry troops to give his cavalry a slight tactical advantage over the Roman military and their unfortunate allies.)
Other question, in Star Wars Episode 2 Attack of Clones, we can see that Ben can't compete with Count Dooku, but Obi-Wan manages to beat powerful Anakin Skywalker (in Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith) who, according to you, happens to kill Count Dooku in Revenge of the Sith.
How is that possible? (SuperShadow: Both Obi-Wan and Anakin have grown exponentially more powerful by the time of the events of Revenge of the Sith. The two Jedi have the experience of fighting in the Clone Wars for over two years. Clearly without pause, Obi-Wan and Anakin have greater Force power and light saber skills compared to Dooku during Revenge of the Sith.)
Hey SS. Does Nebar Foxis get to kill anyone in Star Wars Episode 3? (SuperShadow: No not even theoretically possible. Nebar Foxis is an overly compassionate pacifist, who has strong religious beliefs that all life, no matter how worthless, has great value. The holy Nebar Foxis valiantly sacrifices himself to give the Jedi younglings 3 more micro nano seconds of life in the living world before entering the unimaginable and infinite horrors of the eternal afterlife. There are very, very extremely good reasons why no mortal wishes to see the Alpha and the Omega in the supernatural realm.)
Does Episode 3 show his death? (SuperShadow: Yes. The best looking Jedi Master in history is taken out by Darth Vader. It is a sad moment. Perhaps, the worst tragedy committed by the Empire.)
In the mid 1990's, George Lucas finally gave the Star Wars sequel trilogy full titles. For the second and middle episode of the Star Wars sequels, Lucas chose to call Star Wars 8 with the complete title of Star Wars Episode 8 The Republic In Crisis.
In fact, Lucas had no idea that in roughly 15 years later the entire planet Earth would face real challenges. How is Lucas able to so clearly see future events without even knowing what he's really doing ? ? ?
In 1975, George Lucas was completely clueless as to how he would be able to create the visual special effects needed for the first Star Wars film called Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope.
Flash forward roughly 40 years and once again Lucas has no clue how he is going to create the most revolutionary 3D computer animation of all time in history ever for the landmark and mind shocking Star Wars Episode 7 The Hidden Circle.
Supes, I just wanted to comment on what I think would make a cool opening sequence to a post Star Wars Episode 6 Return of the Jedi TV show. The very first television series could be about the new Jedi Order, with a scene inside the newly constructed Jedi Temple that is based on the Jedi Temple from the stunningly ingenious Star Wars prequel trilogy. (SuperShadow: Blizzardly cool idea. We can and will make this happen . . . eventually before the year 2060 A.D.)
Actor Mark Hamill (SuperShadow: Luke Skywalker, the greatest Jedi Master in the history of the Star Wars galaxy.) and actress Carrie Fisher (SuperShadow: Princess Leia, who is a supremely talented Jedi Master by the time of Star Wars Episode 7 The Hidden Circle.) could guest star in the first episode. (SuperShadow: Magnificent idea.)
This would allow for BIG hype for the new television show (the return of Luke and Leia), allow for original Star Wars actors to be in the TV series without having to spend an arm and a leg to get them (aka Harrison Ford) and would allow "more for less," aka having Hamill and Fisher only need to be in a few minutes of the entire season, costing Lucasfilm less money, yet being able to promote the TV show better and using Luke and Leia in the marketing without needing to film a lot of footage. (SuperShadow: Mega, mega and more mega brilliance.)
Well, that's my idea. What do you think? (SuperShadow: Obviously, this has great potential, but the live action Star Wars TV series is set in a time period after Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith, but before the events of Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope. There can be no Mark Hamill or Carrie Fisher because they are much too ancient. However, your idea will still be forwarded to George Lucas because it's what we do. In fact, it's all that we do.)
But if that is the case then why does Count Dooku tell Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars Episode II Attack of the Clones that 10 years prior the Trade Federation was betrayed by the Dark Lord of the Sith? Don't the Trade Federation know that Dooku is a Sith and the apprentice of the Dark Lord? (SuperShadow: No one knows that Dooku is now a Sith. It is a complete secret.) Or is this secret kept from them by Dooku? (SuperShadow: Yes, exactly. Very top secret to the extreme.)
Again though, if this is the case then why did Dooku tell them that the plans for the death star would be safer with his master? (SuperShadow: Puzzling to a degree. SS believes while being absolutely correct that the others didn't realize that Count Dooku was referring to a Sith Master.)
PLEASE ENLIGHTEN ME! I have copied / pasted this to a saved word document so I will resubmit this everyday with a simple copy / paste till you answer this for me. (SuperShadow: George Lucas makes up Star Wars as he goes along so it's not going to be perfectly logical because Lucas doesn't care what we think.)
Great website you have here, SS! Just one question, how does General Grievous die in Star Wars Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith? (SuperShadow: Obi-Wan Kenobi kills General Grievous with a blaster at the conclusion of a ferocious light saber battle on a new planet.)