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  1. Tom November 29, 2010 at 7:19 pm #

    Brandon: “Star Wars is completely original.” ARE YOU KIDDING ME?! It’s essentially the Arthurian Legend. Old wizard trains young knight with legendary sword. It’s a composite of a lot of different types of storytelling, from Fantasy to Westerns to Gladiator movies to Flash Gordon to World War 2 fighter plane flicks, just as you were (correctly) saying JKR did with ‘Harry Potter’. There’s almost NOTHING original about ‘Star Wars’… and I have no problem with that.

    And LOTR IS the grandfather of ‘Harry Potter’ (just as it is the grandfather of ALL modern fantasy)… the problem is that LOTR is hella-boring. If you want to talk comparisons between LOTR and ‘Deathly Hallows’, it’s not about the necklace, it’s about the endless random wandering around in the woods that Harry, Ron and Hermione do in ‘Hallows’, which is pretty much the entire LOTR saga in a nutshell. (And Dementors = Ring Wraiths, clearly.)

    Btw… great podcast!

  2. Matt November 30, 2010 at 6:49 am #

    I almost spit my coffee out when I heard Brandon say that about Star Wars, too, but then I stopped and realized he was actually right. Listen to what he actually said. He said that George Lucas was obviously inspired by other works when creating the story, but that he crafted a completely original universe. JK Rowling has a slightly easier go of things because they are set in the real world (albeit with fictional additions), but Lucas created SO MANY worlds, alien races, technologies. It really is quite impressive.

  3. Tom November 30, 2010 at 7:48 pm #

    There was a lot of creation going on in “Star Wars”, granted, but everything in fantasy (and that’s what “Star Wars” is, not sci-fi) borrows from what came before it. In “A New Hope”, who is Obi-Wan but Merlin? Who is Luke but King Arthur? Han and Chewie are Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, except one carries a laser gun and one is a space-bigfoot. Princess Leia is princess… anyone. Darth Vader is, almost literally, the Dark Knight (no, not that one… although Batman is just Zorro, who is just the Scarlet Pimpernel.) Jawas are just elves with hoods. A lightsaber is Excalibur paired with a fluorescent light bulb. R2 and Threepio are Laurel and Hardy (actually, I think they’re based on wandering vagabond characters from a Kurosawa film. And BTW… I love “Star Wars” as much as I love “Harry Potter”. Those are the two DVD collections with the place of honor on my shelf.)

    Also, keep in mind: Lucas created these worlds, with his team of artists. There’s no shame in that, but he had lots and lots of help. Until the movies came along, JKR created her world by itself.

    Nothing in fantasy is completely original, and even Tolkien was influenced by that which came before him. To argue that “Star Wars” is “completely original” is really a weak stand, as Lucas himself will tell you the whole thing was massively influenced by all the things he loved as a child and young adult. And look… you can take umbrage with the “creativity” of some of the “Star Wars” universe. “Okay, this is a desert planet, and this is an ice planet, and this is a forest planet, and this is sky planet, and this is a lava planet, and this is a city planet.” That’s not serious, mature fantasy. That’s a Mega Man game.

  4. Tom November 30, 2010 at 7:51 pm #

    @Matt – Hey, is that a Mets shirt in your profile pic? Much love, my fellow sufferer from Flushing.

  5. Tom November 30, 2010 at 8:27 pm #

    Hey, I gave you guys a plug on my blog… and I continued my thoughts on this debate. Check it out!

    http://ploopet.blogspot.com/2010/11/originality.html

    And don’t thank me just yet… I only have 12 followers. ;^)

  6. Matt November 30, 2010 at 11:35 pm #

    Regardless, thanks for the mention, and yes, I do feel your pain. Good read, and BTW, the Kurosawa film that you were thinking of above is “The Hidden Fortress”. Not one of his best movies but still a good one, and even more interesting when you realize how much of Star Wars came from it. It was a lot more than just the droids.

    The point about the size of the development team is a good one, and makes me thing that it’s too much of an apples/oranges situation to compare the two franchises, so I’ve stopped contemplating it!

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