The World Reacts to Star Wars

MrbrownI'm tracking posts about Star Wars written by bloggers around the world at the starwars+globalvoices tag.  If you find more Star Wars related posts from international blogs, please contribute to the list by tagging them with BOTH "starwars" and "globalvoices".

Mr. Brown wins the prize for the most original Star Wars viewing photos.

Check out the discussion of parallels between Star Wars and the Iraq situation at Raed in the Middle.

Bingfeng teahouse sees Chinese paralells.

Mack at BrandMalaysia likes this parody better.

All of this and more can be found through the Globalvoices Bloglines Aggregator.


  • […] nts thread) discusses the parallels between Star Wars III and the Iraq situation. (see my separate post for more Star Wars links!) Ali at Free Iraqi reports on a bovine s […]

  • Captain Antilles, I Presume

    As observant readers might have noticed, I had a bit of subliminal Star Wars on the brain over the past week. Yesterday I tromped off to go see the latest (last?) installment in the franchise—a just reward for surviving my finals (Civ Pro in part…

  • My Star Wars photos win Grober award

    Rebecca MacKinnon, of Global Voices Online, is tracking posts about Star Wars written by bloggers around the world, and gives me the prize for most original Star Wars viewing photos (and also seen in the Flickr set here). Thank you,

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