Comic book publishers, however, have been left disappointed.
As a result of the failure to attract enough business from pre-existing sales channels and without any increase in revenue from existing sources, many comic book publishers have started doing things that they weren’t supposed to do at all. The most obvious ones being to release a film adaptation of their latest releases in theaters and on DVD or Blu-ray.
Fandom has also played a major role in this with controversial fan conventions such as San Diego Comic Con attracting hordes of people interested in all things Star Wars related. One company is even offering full blown experiences such as playing “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” on an actual Jedi Knight’s lightsaber!
In the future, we will see Star Wars movies and other content in a new light. However, people like to associate it with messages of good intentions. We will see positive elements of Star Wars shows like “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, but we will also see negative messages and sensationalist stories on various websites.
This section discusses the fandom, fandom culture and its impact on our lives.
The Star Wars franchise is one of the most popular franchises in cinema history. It started in 1977 with the release of “Star Wars: A New Hope”. When we think of a good movie, we may think that it would be a great movie, but the power behind a single film is the fact that it is an out-of-nowhere phenomenon and you never saw it coming. There were many people who were curious about this new adventure so they decided to get involved. They created their own fan clubs and organized conventions to create characters that would be familiar to them even when they were not around. Not only did they created new variations on existing characters but also their own interpretations of them, like Boba Fett or Darth
In most of the movie, audiences are treated to stories about a young Jedi named Luke Skywalker who is trying to save the galaxy from evil. When he goes on a quest to find his father and discover who has stolen his birthright, he comes across the words of an old man called Darth Vader who declares that Luke is not a Jedi at all. The search for answers leads him to the planet Tatooine where he meets up with his childhood friend Princess Leia Organa and they have several adventures together. The love story between them comes into play as they decide to take part in an exciting journey through space that might just lead them into death itself.
If you have seen any movie, watched any TV show or read any novel – chances are that you have been exposed to Star Wars, the fictitious universe created by George Lucas. The most popular fictional universe from the world of fantasy that has been captivating audiences since its inception almost 40 decades ago.
Even in today’s day and age, Star Wars is one of the most recognisable and highly discussed franchises in the world; particularly when it comes to sci-fi movies. According to some estimates, it is estimated that more than 500 million people around the world actually watch these movies every year. The franchise also represents a major part of financial success for its film series creators – Walt Disney Company and LucasFilm Ltd.
There is an ongoing debate about the worth of Star Wars movies in the context of fandom. Is it worth spending your money on a 4-hour-long film to watch it? Is it really good?
Since we are a living creature, we cannot stop people from making choices for themselves. There are many things that either we enjoy or not. But we can make our choice by ourselves, without any external influence. In this article, I am going to discuss some of these aspects:
The internet has made so many people to be more aware of things that they have been missing out on the past long time ago and with all those new discoveries in technology, they can choose what they want to do or not and be happy with whatever they feel like doing.