Delusions of Granular has been exploring George Lucas's post-Return of the Jedi contributions to cinema. In previous episodes, we got granular with the theme park movie, Captain EO and the David Bowie classic, labyrinth but nothing could prepare us for the epic awfulness of the 1986 film he produced, Howard The Duck. Based on the Marvel comic book from the 1970's, Lucas wanted to make this movie even before he was done with the original trilogy. When he finally got around to making it, it was the mid-80's and times have changed. But what makes this movie so reviled by critics and audiences alike? After watching it, Ron gives you his analysis of this film as well as giving you a brief history of all things Howard. Is this a misunderstood movie or is it truly worthy of all the negativity is received? Find out as we get granular with Howard The Duck!