I'm going to be using THIS blog for recipes, long treatises, major reviews, rants and the like from now on. For my shorter, posts, please Like, See First and Share my Facebook Page! The convenience of it means I'm much more active there. I'll also be copying my most interesting videos from YouTube to Facebook for easier viewing thereon. My most recent video is an edit of the Star Wars Battle of Coruscant as told in Genndy Tartakovsky's epic Star Wars: Clone Wars mini-series, flowing into the opening orbital starfighter battle at the beginning of the live-action Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of The Sith movie. Tartakovsky is best known for making the original Powerpuff Girls and Samurai Jack. While Star Wars: Clone Wars was originally created at the request of Hasbro as a series of shorts to increase toy sales between Episode releases, George Lucas took great interest and it was expanded to a proper mini-series of full episodes for the second season. The show went on to inspire the similarly named regular series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, easily distinguished by far more extensive use of computer animation and the added plot element of Anakin Skywalker taking on a Padawan of his own. However, the original was designed to fill in the gaps between Episodes II & III without conflicting with canon... whereas the latter leaves many plot holes that were never addressed in any of the live-action movies.