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The first season of the Studio Ghibli-produced show Ronja the Robber's Daughter arrived on Amazon Prime last week, marking the first time the show has been available in English in the US -- though it's still unavailable in Australia. It's a kid-friendly tale of a young girl raised by robbers who meets a young boy raised by rival robbers, and how their friendship changes everything. But it's a very, very slow tale.


It's becoming increasingly impossible to get a decent handle on the immense scope and scale of Star Citizen without becoming completely sucked into the universe. It's like trying to understand the meta in Dota 2 or League of Legends without spending a significant amount of hours playing, testing and watching.

Fortunately, Gillian Anderson is here to help. She's hopped on board Star Citizen's single-player module, otherwise known as Squadron 42. And she does a really good job of illustrating how absurd -- in a nice way! -- the crowdfunded space epic is becoming.