There’s no new Star Wars Rebels tonight, but we do have a look at next week’s all-new episode “Vision of Hope.” Check out the preview clips and images below.
When the rebels attempt to rescue the man who has been their voice of hope, they find an unexpected surprise awaits them in an all-new Star Wars Rebels episode, “Vision of Hope!”
In a coded transmission, Gall Trayvis announces a visit to Lothal to rally support against the Empire. But when the rebels realize he will be targeted by Imperials and attempt to rescue him, they discover a terrible truth.
The cover draws you into the Darks Side with predominantly black and red hues and the bust of Lego Darth Vader and his lightsaber inviting you in. But perhaps the most exciting aspect of the book for collectors and Star Wars enthusiasts is the exclusive minifigure of Emperor Palpatine.
Great news Coffee With Kenobi fans! Co-hosts Dan Z and Cory Clubb are taking the show on the road – All the way to Anaheim, CA! That’s right, this humble little podcast will hit the big leagues when it takes its place on The Podcast Stage at Star Wars Celebration on April 16th.
Happy New Year!!!! I realize we’re nearly a full month into 2015, but this is the first chance I’ve had to wish you, dear reader, my salutations for a prosperous and pleasant trip around the sun. Ok, enough of that, time to get down to business.
Anyone who knows me knows that toys and Star Wars are two of my favorite things. The toys came first, but the Star Wars followed soon after. Then came the greatest combination in the history of recreational plastic: Star Wars TOYS!!!!! You’ve all heard the story (and if you haven’t here it is AGAIN): I got C-3PO on an Empire card, and the rest is history. My love of toys launched my podcast network, which you can find at www.MarvinDogMedia.com, and my love of Star Wars has informed just about every other area of my life, INCLUDING my newest podcast, Bantha Banter: A Star Wars Chat Show.
Welcome to Rebels Reactions, where Coffee With Kenobi examines Star Wars: Rebels through a critical lens. On today’s show, we will be discussing “Idiot’s Array” the ninth episode in Season 1, featuring the return of Lando Calrissian. Joining us today on Rebels Reactions is lifelong Star Wars fan and regular listener, Dennis Keithly. We talk about Hera’s impact on the crew and series, Lando’s style, and the meaning of his presence on the show. This is the Podcast you’re looking for!
SCOTT’S SABER STRIKES: How Jar Jar Binks & Ewoks Legitimately Fit Into Star Wars
As geeks, we are passionate about the things we love – especially movies & franchises. With that comes the ability to be fanatical about things we dislike, and we can get really creative in expressing the hate.
In the Star Wars fandom, very few things can get a geek riled up more than the words “Ewoks” or “Jar Jar Binks”. Sure enough, over the years I’ve seen the hatred for these two expressed in different ways, ranging from the Robot Chicken Star Wars special featuring Boba Fett mowing down Ewoks or a fan at a convention holding a serving platter with Jar Jar’s head on it.
Strange Magic, the new animated musical fairy tale from George Lucas, opens in theaters today — and we have all-new images and a ‘making of’ featurette to share!
Inspired by “A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Strange Magic tells the story of goblins, imps, fairies, and elves as they battle over a powerful potion. Six decades worth of popular songs aid in the storytelling.
With the first issue of Marvel’s “Star Wars” on the shelves and a second- and third-printing soon to follow, readers like you are gearing up for next month’s debut of the publisher’s “Darth Vader” series, too.
For many readers, this is the first time they’ve experienced Marvel publishing “Star Wars” titles. For other, older readers for whom the late 1970s is not just passages in a history book, it’s a return of sorts.
The original Marvel run began in 1977 and lasted through 1986, encompassing 107 issues that, for the longest time, was the only entre to the Saga amid the Original Trilogy years until the Expanded Universe took root and proliferated. The tales in the series were wild, amazing and, in some cases, so shockingly weird that they’ve become absurdist masterpieces.
In today’s show, Mark Bellomo, author of The Ultimate Guide to Vintage Star Wars Action Figures, 1977-1985 joins us to talk about our topic for Show # 30, vintage Kenner Star Wars action figures. We also are joined by Lillian Skye of the Star Wars Underworld, as she talks about some exciting analysis she discovered in her classroom. We will also discuss 3D versions of the Prequels and other Celebration news, Disneyland discounts, new Star Wars headphones, and much more. We also have the next offering of “Your Espresso Shot with The Bearded Trio” featuring Rob Wainfur.
Wow! What did we see last Monday night? Was Lando a temporary crewmember of the Ghost and aiding the Lothal Rebels? Amazing! And so as not to spoil it for those who are waiting for the complete series, the episode ended with the sure hope that Lando will make his way back on the galactic stage. Continue reading →