How To Incorporate the Entire “Star Wars” Expanded Universe Into Canon

Disney, this can be done, storyline contradictions and all.

Joel Eisenberg
Dec 4, 2020 · 9 min read
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Cover art by Drew Struzan for Steve Perry’s 1996 “Shadows of the Empire” novel; characters copyright The Walt Disney Company

Introduction

“Luke Skywalker? I thought he was a myth.”

“So the Jedi were real.”

Legends Characters Introduced Into Canon So Far

Deepfake Technology

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But What About Mara Jade, Ben Skywalker, and the Solo Children?

The Disney “Star Wars” Legacy

“You’ve taken your first step into a larger world.” — Ben Kenobi, “A New Hope”

Conclusion

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Joel Eisenberg

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Joel Eisenberg is an award-winning author, screenwriter, and producer. The Oscar in the profile pic isn’t his but he’s scheming. WGA and Pen America member.

Writing For Your Life

Honest, practical advice on the writer’s life for both aspiring and experienced authors and screenwriters, and an uncensored forum for provocative thought.

Joel Eisenberg

Written by

Joel Eisenberg is an award-winning author, screenwriter, and producer. The Oscar in the profile pic isn’t his but he’s scheming. WGA and Pen America member.

Writing For Your Life

Honest, practical advice on the writer’s life for both aspiring and experienced authors and screenwriters, and an uncensored forum for provocative thought.