Star Wars Master and Apprentice by Claudia Gray centers around Jedi Knight Qui-Gon Jinn as he is at a crossroads. Jinn faces what could be his final mission with his seemingly ill-suited Padawan, Obi-Wan Kenobi, while mulling over the pivotal issue of accepting a seat on the Jedi Council.
After reading through a bunch of comments on Sangatsu No Lion, I stand by my Impression of it from episode 1, but am interested in trying more episodes.
Star Wars Queen's Shadow by E. K. Johnston follows Padmè Naberrie as she transitions from life as Queen Amidala. Padmè navigates a world of political intrigue and learns how to be an idealist in a cynical world.
Kamen Rider Build: Be the One puts Sento and his allies against a bloodthirsty mob and a threat that could destroy the globe!
How far would you go to save a life? Would you go even farther to redeem a life once thought lost forever?
I like powerful women in the real and fictional worlds. I was raised on Buffy and Xena before her. As I grew older and wiser and more religious I felt pangs of the heart when I realized that I wouldn't feel so great sharing female superheroes with my daughters because so often they are framed in the most brazen physically attractive way possible.
Black Lightning has an exciting second episode that picks up where the premiere left off and presents many questions and challenges for Black Lightning to face and the audience to enoy.
I am no genius or Savant, so I am surprised that so many well-versed Star Wars fans struggled to form their opinions of The Last Jedi after their initial viewing.