Han's Bloodline In reading The Courtship of Princess Leia there is a part where Threepio addresses the Alderaanian Council. Threepio had done research regarding what Han had to offer Leia, and in the process discovered that Han had attempted to cover records up that he, if Corellia was not a democracy, would be rightful heir to the throne as King of Corellia. --Rogue 19 01:32, January 4, 2012 (UTC)
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Han Solo - Harrison Ford height and weight. Magazine article, 6 ft 1 (1.85 meters) and 165 pounds (75 kg) in 1978 at age 35. http://www.fabuloushollywoodmemories.com/item/celebrity-clippings/harrison-ford-clipping-origina/lid=36902977
Ford was later listed at 6 ft 0 (1.83 m) and 175 lbs (80 kg) at age 51 in the Fugitive, 1993. http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/91swYOW%2B0lL._SL1500_.jpg --188.8.131.52 08:32, August 28, 2014 (UTC)
Hi guys. Random star wars nerd here. I would just like to point out that the article incorrectly claims that Wedge Antilles was the one to find Han and Luke on Hoth. It was actually Zev Senesca (rogue 2). I would fix this but the page is protected from editing.
On my screen, img1 DOT wikia DOT nocookie DOT net/__cb20100218041253/starwars/images/7/70/Han_Leia_Tatooine.jpg looks like it's intended as an illustration to the section Han Solo/Legends#Return_of_the_Empire, but clearly it's Tatooine Ghost stuff from the end of Han Solo/Legends#Disastrous_courtship. Thought i should ask if it displays correctly or not for others before attempting to rearrange the page--although i suddenly realize i've never gotten around to complaining that for quite some time this computer has been showing me articles' main images "behind" the article text, so the text and picture obscure each other. Anyone else having either of these problems? Finally, i'm curious what is the source for Han_Leia_Tatooine.jpg (doesn't match Tatooine Ghost cover art). Thanks.
--184.108.40.206 20:42, August 2, 2015 (UTC)
- Correct, they are different continuities. The Expanded Universe was rebranded as Star Wars Legends and became non-canon in April 2014, in order to give the filmmakers freedom to tell whatever story they wanted rather than a story that was dependent on the EU. So Han Solo's canonical death has no bearing on the events his character went through in Legends—just like how Chewbacca could be in Episode VII despite his character dying in the EU. - Brandon Rhea(talk) 22:41, January 9, 2016 (UTC)