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Season 3 poster reveals a surprising Baby Yoda-Rey connection

Rey and Grogu are not related (probably) but they do have a lot in common. In addition to both being trained by Luke Skywalker, Baby Yoda and Palp’s grandaughter also share nearly the exact same Force-healing ability. In fact, just days before The Rise of Skywalker hit theaters, Grogu debuted Rey’s Force-healing in The Mandalorian Season 1.
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Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals Friday preview

More than five months later than its traditional mid-February date as the annual kickoff to the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season, the Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals presented by ProtectTheHarvest.com returns NHRA Drag Racing to historic Auto Club Raceway at Pomona for the first time in nearly a year and a half.

Star Wars: Five Horrible Mistakes ‘The Rise Of Skywalker’ Made

Let’s take a look back at some major mistakes The Rise of Skywalker made. Well, the editor is saying I can’t get away with just that, so, sigh, I guess we are doing a real article about this. We’ve been looking back at mistakes Star Wars movies made, so far we’ve looked at The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. Now it’s time to get into the Rise of Skywalker, what most people consider to be the worst Star Wars movie of all time, and I myself consider to be a movie. Maybe. And yeah, finding just five is HARD. This movie is a giant mess, and I’m not even going to touch on things like not having a plan or changing directors or, maybe, completely changing the script. So let’s take a look at what I consider to be the five largest mistakes.
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Quiz: Are You More Han or Leia?

Luke Skywalker may be the hero who made the one-in-a-million shot to destroy the Death Star and helped to redeem his father, but he got there with the Force and the help of his two closet friends: Han Solo and Leia Organa. Individually, they’re two heroes in their own right, piloting through dangerous asteroid fields and courageously leading the rebels to victory. And while they at first seem to be a case of opposites attracting, together they’re a dynamic duo who have an awful lot in common. Take the latest StarWars.com quiz and find out if you’re more of a fearless flyboy or a regal rogue…
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MANDALORIAN Poster Points to a Yellow Lightsaber for Grogu

Forget just giving him a lightsaber in season three. A new poster suggests The Mandalorian will be giving Baby Yoda a yellow lightsaber. A color of that elegant weapon that has only appeared in one live-action Star Wars movie. Rey wielded one in the final moments of The Rise of Skywalker. And that hue’s history, along with Rey’s own connection to Luke Skywalker, could point to Grogu’s future.

Comic Review: Star Wars (2020) #15

Cover Artist: Carlo Pagulayan, Jason Paz and Rain Beredo. “FRIENDS AND ENEMIES” LUKE SKYWALKER embarks upon an epic mission with WEDGE ANTILLES and the brave pilots of STARLIGHT SQUADRON to rescue a lost division of the REBEL FLEET. LEIA ORGANA, CHEWBACCA and LANDO CALRISSIAN attempt to save HAN SOLO from the evil clutches of BOBA FETT. But what hidden vision will the Force send to Luke about the troubles to come?

Hushpuppi: Nigerian Police must save its reputation -Deji Adeyanju

Activist Deji Adeyanju has called on the Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba, to save the Force’s reputation by dealing decisively with the allegations preferred against a Deputy Commissioner of Police, Abba Kyari. DCP Kyari is being wanted by the United States for his alleged role in a $1m scam allegedly...
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Best Baby Yoda toys

BabyCenter may earn a commission from shopping links. May the Force be with you and The Child! Baby Yoda, a.k.a, The Child a.k.a Grogu, has created quite a storm on the Disney Plus show The Mandalorian, as well as in the toy market. You’ll find cuddly plush toys, a talking animatronic figure, keychains, squish toys; there’s even a Baby Yoda Build-a-Bear figure!
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The Mandalorian poster with Luke training Grogu gets Star Wars fans talking

A new poster for The Mandalorian featuring Baby Yoda building his own yellow lightsaber with help from Luke Skywalker has got Star Wars fans talking. The poster, which is now sold out, was available on the Shop Trends site. Russell Walks is the artist behind the work, and the poster is titled Size Matters Not, a callback to Yoda's famous line in The Empire Strikes Back. In the picture, Luke is clad in Jedi robes and is lifting a yellow kyber crystal with the Force, while Grogu is levitating the rest of what's needed to construct his own lightsaber.