It is a common theme of this series. Some amazing Geek property is developed, and the main creative driver gets the lionshare of credit; while others involved blend into the background. It’s not unfair, really. George Lucas, for all his modern sins, was the visionary who brought us the Star Wars universe. He does deserve to be credited with that amazing achievement. But it is not like the movies got to the bigscreen and DVD (not digitial…) with only Lucas at the helm. Others were involved. Others helped not only in the production/business side, but they also made key creative choices. I think it is fair to say Star Wars would not the same without our Background Geek of the Week. Who is this geek who has done so much in the shadows? Continue reading Background Geek of the Week: Jedis and Neckbeards
…because that’s what happens to crap. Jupiter Ascending was crap, you see? That’s mostly all you need to know. It was crap and the frustration thing was, it didn’t NEED to be crap.