You know when star wars 4, 5 and 6 were released people complained about those too.
This is my first major edit, please feel free to re-edit it if I have inadvertantly messed it up. TheComputerWizard 19:46, 7 June 2007 (EDT)
I changed the expanded universe section a little to better explain it. I also think that the fan film and the misc section should be merged into one section. Fan films is not a major component of star wars fandom but I do think it should be mentioned. Perhaps a star wars in popular culture section? If there are no objections, I'll work on it later. --Jaster 18:29, 26 November 2008 (EST)
I think a parody section should be combined with fan films to fill it and inform. star Wars has been parodied so many times and still is being parodied. The list is long and would take time to compile but I know that Spaceballs (obviously), That 70's Show did a parody episode, you know what I will stop there because almost every series has done a devoted Star Wars parody episode. Another thing that should be added is numbers with the expanded universe. If the stats of lets say how many video games about star wars was put in it would add an effect that goes beyond just reading it as it stands. The technology that came out of the production of Star Wars should also be put in. Pixar has its roots in Star Wars and ILM is not mentioned either.--Harrymd 10:08, 10 June 2011 (EDT)
I went ahead and added The Franchise section to add all the subsidaries of Lucasfilms. I already added how much the franchise had made by 2005 still looking for a more recent number and will add the other companies that came out of it. Probably will change the headline too. --Harrymd 10:28, 10 June 2011 (EDT)
Hi. This is my first edit on this wiki. I'll try my hardest to make sure this wiki fulfills Conservative, christian perspectives to make it separate from Wikipedia, as I myself am Conservative and Christian. Anyways, I think we should note some complaints about the Ewoks either here or on the Return of the Jedi page, specifically his basing them and the ground portion of Endor on the Vietnam with the implication that the Empire was the Americans, and the heroes were the Vietcong. Probably also note it on George Lucas' page. Pokeria1 14:40, 29 June 2013 (EDT)