Re: Abrams Directing Star Wars
Set Harth wrote:
IMO they're better than his later work.
I enjoyed the 'Hand of Thrawn' duology for the way it thumbed its nose at the ridiculously over-powered Jedi tricks that Luke used in the other tie-in media. Zahn's interpretation of The Force seems most in keeping with the OT, IMHO.
His Thrawn trilogy really is where Star Wars tie-in books begin and end, though. No others have even come close.
Some say that his arrival was foretold by a Check Engine light shining over Bethlehem and that he was born in a manger on Christmas Day.
All we know is, he's The Baby Stig.