Welcome to Rebels Reactions, where Coffee With Kenobi examines Star Wars: Rebels through a critical lens. On this special show we have an exclusive interview with Rebels star Freddie Prinze Jr.! This is a conversation not to be missed, as we discuss the evolution of his character, Kanan, the legacy of the Star Wars franchise, and much more. We also discuss “Rise of the Old Masters”, the third episode in Season 1 with friend of the show Tha Mike Pilot from Full of Sith. Mike helps us break down the episode that truly introduces us to the Inquisitor. This is the Podcast you’re looking for!
Coffee With Kenobi co-host Dan Z has a new installment of his ongoing series “Studying Skywalkers” posted on the official Star Wars blog. This entry takes a look at the iconic – and haunting – scene that takes place in the cave on Dagobah as Luke “confronts” Vader for the first time.
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Marvel Entertainment is holding nothing back as it brings the Star Wars saga back to the House of Ideas after a nearly 30-year absence. Starting with the first issue of “Star Wars” in January, written by Jason Aaron, illustrated by John Cassaday and … Continue reading
Welcome to Rebels Reactions, where Coffee With Kenobi examines Star Wars: Rebels through a critical lens. On today’s show, we will be discussing “Fighter Flight”, the second episode in Season 1. Joining us today on Rebels Reactions is Teresa Delgado of Fangirls Going Rogue. We talk about Zeb & Ezra’s relationship, the impact the how is having on fandom, and TIE Fighters. This is the Podcast you’re looking for!
In my first regular post, let’s just get this out there. My favorite character is Luke. In an age where many are rooting for the underdog and cheering for the peripheral characters, I am a fan of the New Hope to the bitter end. There is just something about his life, his journey and his lineage that calls to me. And there is something that calls me out of myself – out of my comfortable world to something greater.
This calling is innate in all of us. It calls us from our childish states to a greater maturity. Luke heard this call and left his home in order to fulfill his greater purpose as the emerging heir to the Jedi. Continue reading
*Spoiler warning: This review contains spoilers for “Fighter Flight.”
Practically since Rebels was first announced, we’ve been told by the show’s creators that Kanan, Hera, Zeb, Sabine, Chopper, and Ezra would be like a family, and we’ve seen plenty of evidence to support that claim. However, the latest episode, “Fighter Flight,” illustrates that particular dynamic more explicitly and powerfully than previously explored in any previous Rebels media.
Such an emotional testament, almost an earth-shattering plea from Padme in regards to her once devoted, forthwith estranged husband; Anakin Skywalker. Her denial of the pain-staking truth is apparent by her shocked expression and the sheer fear that fills her heavily distraught eyes.
Yet she remained poised and resilient (at first), regardless of Obi-Wan’s serious accusations against the father of her unborn children. Really, what choice did she have? After all, he’s her husband and as one of the oldest covenants of marriage, most absolute vows state … So that they are no more two, but one flesh. What therefore God (in this case, the Force) hath joined together, Let No Man Put Asunder.
Did you see the latest episode of Star Wars Rebels? Would you like to learn more about want went into the making of “Fighter Flight?” Then check out the third installment of Rebels Recon below – but beware of **SPOILERS** if you’re not up to date!
On October 26 there will be an encore presentation of Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion on ABC. However, this is no ordinary encore – not when it features an appearance from Darth Vader, Dark Lord of the Sith! Get a peek in the promo below: