Legends Library: Dark Force Rising (70)

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This month Luke and Randy discussion the second book in the Thrawn Trilogy, Dark Force Rising. Also tune in as they share their thoughts about how to form a recommended reading list for new readers. End the year right with Legends Library, your guide to all things Star Wars Legends…is that a cigarra I smell? This is the Podcast you’re looking for!

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Win a TIE Fighter Pilot Costume from Nerdist News and ANOVOS!

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Have you ever fantasized about piloting your very own TIE fighter and taking out all that Rebel scum? Well, odds are, you probably won’t be piloting a TIE any time soon – but you could dress like you do! Nerdist News and ANOVOS are teaming up to give you the opportunity to win a ready-to-wear TIE Fighter Pilot costume in their special holiday giveaway.

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VIDEO: Thank You Message from the Set of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’

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If you were one of the many people who were able to participate in the Force For Change initiative earlier this year, then J.J. Abrams and members of the cast and crew of Star Wars: The Force Awakens have a message just for you. Check it out below:

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CWK Co-host Dan Z has a New Entry on the Official Star Wars Blog!

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Coffee With Kenobi co-host Dan Z has a new holiday-themed blog posted over on the Official Site. In this entry, Dan takes a look at the similarities between a certain fallen Jedi and the classic Charles Dickens tale “A Christmas Carol.”

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Review of Star Wars Rebels: The Rebellion Begins by Michael Kogge

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*This review contains mild spoilers*

When the Star Wars fans sat down last October to see the dawning of the age of the Rebellion, we knew that we would be immersed in that galaxy far, far away in all of its splendor. We were not disappointed. All of the classical elements were there – a lived-in universe, Force-sensitive beings, and so on. And in that distressed universe, a new literary world began, immersing us in the Dark Times.  We met a group of rebels – the outcasts, the disaffected and the oppressed.

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Holiday Greetings from Lucasfilm!

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Lucasfilm has had a long tradition of spreading glad tidings and holiday cheer via their annual Christmas cards, and this year is no different. As a special treat, they have released a festive animated video featuring R2-D2 and Chopper!

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CWK Blogger & The Bearded Trio Founder Rob Wainfur Featured on StarWars.com!

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Congratulations to Rob Wainfur, Coffee With Kenobi contributor/blogger – and founder of The Bearded Trio – on his latest CWK entry being featured on the Official Site!

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STAR WARS COMICS: A Sneak Peak at “Star Wars: Princess Leia” No. 1 Due in March

(Variant cover of "Princess Leia" No. 1/Marvel Entertainment)

(Variant cover of “Princess Leia” No. 1/Marvel Entertainment)

The official Star Wars website has a truncated sneak peak of some pages from Marvel Entertainment’s upcoming “Star Wars: Princess Leia” mini-series, including art from illustrator Terry Dodson.

To see what Dodson’s artistic stylings are like, and take a walk down memory lane to a certain award ceremony on a moon near Yavin, check out StarWars.com. The issue, penned by Mark Waid, is out in March at comic shops and will feature at least 10 variant covers, for now.

STAR WARS COMICS: March Brings Princess Leia and the New Character Aphra in “Darth Vader”

(The cover of "Darth Vader" No. 3/Marvel Entertainment)

(The cover of “Darth Vader” No. 3/Marvel Entertainment)

It’s only December yet Marvel’s slate of “Star Wars” comics will be at three come March when the Mark Waid-written and Terry Dodson-illustrated Princess Leia mini-series makes it debut with two issues as the Rebel alliance leader finds out what it means to be a princess without a home world.

Also making a debut is a new female character in the pages of “Darth Vader” No. 3, Aphra, whose presence is starting to generate buzz, given the lack of information about the character yet her importance, given the cover of the issue.

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