dWhisper wrote:...which is basically a no-mans land. It works like an onion, with only stuff inside being treated as canon to any specific layer. .
dWhisper wrote:Wired had an interesting article on this a few years back. The short story is... "it depends."
The long story basically comes down to that they treat different things different ways. If you ever go around Wookiepedia, you see that canon is treated on different levels. You have the movies, which are the core canon, nothing overrides what they say. Then you have TV shows and the books, which effectively become the Extended Universe. After that, you get the comics, which is basically a no-mans land. It works like an onion, with only stuff inside being treated as canon to any specific layer.
So, basically needlessly and gloriously complicated. Probably why it resonates with nerds so much.
Flynn wrote:My attitude towards canon in general is "Screw what anyone else thinks, this is what I choose to accept".
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