It’s International Women’s Day today and if there is a better excuse to share some awesome quotes by some awesome Star Wars ladies, I don’t know it! Below are ten of my favourite quotes from various female characters in both the films … Continue reading Ten Awesome SW Women’s Quotes for IWD!
In our series of Star Wars’ Forgotten Women we’ve been focusing a lot of female characters from the Prequels but now I want to look at one of the female characters who always struck me as fascinating in Return of the Jedi: … Continue reading Star Wars’ Forgotten Women #6: Oola
Kreia is a character you will not find in any of the films or animation series but in the computer game Knights of the Old Republic II. Nevertheless she deserves to be discussed and mentioned along side the most beloved female characters of the Star Wars Saga. The game managed to create a tantalizing female character such as we have not encountered since, elsewhere in the Galaxy.
In the previous instalments of this series of Star Wars’ Forgotten Women we have discussed Zam Wessel , Shmi Skywalker and Padme’s Handmaidens. Zam is clearly a fully engaged woman living a life on the criminal edge and Shmi is a strong woman … Continue reading Star Wars’ Forgotten Women #4: Beru Whitesun
In the last two installments of Star Wars’ Forgotten Women we have covered Zam Wessel and Shmi Skywalker, two interesting female characters who play a crucial role in their respective Star Wars films. This post, though, will not focus on a single woman … Continue reading Star Wars’ Forgotten Women #3: Padme’s Handmaidens
Some time ago I wrote a post about Zam Wessel, one of my favourite female characters to come out of the Star Wars Prequels who is often forgotten about in discussions about Star Wars. Another one of these women who, despite most … Continue reading Star Wars’ Forgotten Women #2: Shmi Skywalker
The Attack of the Clones was the first Star Wars movie I got to see in the cinema, after an extensive campaign for the chance to. Walking out of the cinema I was all about the Clones, the Battle of Geonosis … Continue reading Star Wars’ Forgotten Women #1: Zam Wesell