John (@kesseljunkie) and Mike (@mumbles3k) examine Justice League and what it means for Chris Terrio's involvement in Star Wars Episode IX. What traces or trademarks exist from Terrio in the final product, and what can it tell us about what to expect from his coming work with JJ Abrams?
John (@kesseljunkie) and Mike (@mumbles3k) look at what it means for Star Wars to have Rian Johnson as its resident visionary for a forthcoming trilogy based outside the Skywalker family history. They look at his history as a photographer, and the unique visions he's brought to his own works for hints of what this means for The Last Jedi and beyond.
John (@kessejunkie) is joined by Missing Frames' Shawn Eastridge (@yayshawndorman) to review the career of John Mollo, the Academy Award-winning costume designer for Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back, as well as costumes for Alien, Ghandi, and many others. They look at how he's shaped sci-fi cinema for decades with a simple aestethic and an unmistakable talent for transforming concept sketches into practical costumes.
John (@kessejunkie) and Mike (@mumbles3k) conclude their look at the Star Wars saga's aesthetic by evaluating the images we have (so for) for the sequels and spinoffs, and see if, in the absence of Lucas, they retain the same sensibilities. Then they continue their chapter-by-chapter analysis of Splinter of the Mind's Eye with Chapter 4!