Plenty to be thankful for when it came to Marvel’s November slate of Star Wars comics, including a pair of double-dips for the Star Wars and Darth Vader series. Reading Poe Dameron gave us all kinds of feels, especially if you harbor affection for not just Leia Organa, but Padme Amidala.
What does it mean to be a Force-wielder that isn’t a Jedi or a Sith? In the 23rd episode of Lattes with Leia, we talk about the middle path and why it can be good to draw upon both the light and dark sides of the Force. We dig into what being on that path means for someone’s identity and why “Gray Jedi” isn’t a thing.
Great news here at Coffee With Kenobi! We have joined the Blog Talk Radio network, and could not be more excited. Here is an excerpt from the official press release:
Views, news and reviews as Jeff McGee and Matt Moore tackle October’s prodigious output of Star Wars comics from Marvel Entertainment.
Plenty of hits, some misses, but definitely a full complement far-reaching stories that continue to add to the complex layers of characters we’ve been following for years, if not decades, along with some careful consideration about events between Revenge of the Sith and Star Wars Rebels, along with happenings between A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back.
As for news? We’re moving house! OK, not literally moving but starting later this month we’ll be moving to our own feed that you’ll be able to find on iTunes, Stitcher, BlogTalk Radio and so many more. Be sure to follow our Twitter feed for more details and the actual move date, but it’s coming sooner than you expect.
Welcome back to Rebels Reactions! The show where Coffee With Kenobi takes an in-depth look at the hit Disney XD show, Star Wars Rebels!
In this weeks episode, host Aaron Harris is joined by André Hutchens from the Backseat Directors Podcast and David Modders as they dig into the episodes “The Occupation” and “Flight Of The Defender”.
Listen in as Aaron, André, and David discuss the crew’s return to Lothal and the impact that return has on Ezra and the crew. They also discuss Thrawn, Loth-cats, Loth-wolves, and that special moment Zeb interrupted between Kanan and Hera.
The end of another month means it’s time for another Lattes with Leia! For our 22nd episode, we’re joined by special guest Jenn Fujikawa, Star Wars baker and cook extraordinaire, to talk about making recipes as an expression of your fandom. We discuss blue milk, From a Certain Point of View, the Battlefront II beta, and more.
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Welcome back to Rebels Reactions!
This week our host Aaron Harris is joined by the hosts of the Skytalkers Podcast, Charlotte Errity and Caitlin Plesher!
Together they delve into the complexities of the Rebellion as they review “In The Name Of The Rebellion Parts 1 and 2”. Join them as they discuss the bridges in this episode to the movies and The Clone Wars! They break down the moral quandaries facing the Rebellion as they break down the showdown between Mon Mothma and Saw, the decisions faced by Ezra and the wisdom of Kanan.
The final season of Star Wars Rebels has started off what will prove to be a ride wild enough to be part of a theme park and host Aaron Harris is back to end the series with you!
That’s right! Rebels Reactions is back with the review of the season premiere, “Heroes of Mandalore”! Aaron is joined by Comics With Kenobi’s own Matt Moore and Reactions regular David Modders and together they discuss Sabine’s growth, the conflict on Mandalore, and of course Kevin Kiner’s music! Also, Aaron’s back with his traditional Star Trek reference in a Star Wars podcast.
This marks the second annual give away of the Legends Library Card and the three year anniversary of the Legends Library Podcast. Luke and Randy are joined by this year’s winner, Cole Peel, from Alba, Texas. He chose the book Death Star to review, written by Michael Reaves and Steve Perry. Spanning a period of the three-year construction of the Death Star we learn of the lives of a band of characters that find themselves stuck on a super-weapon. This ragtag bunch of friends will do what they can to escape before the Rebellion attacks. Some make it to safety some are less fortunate. Tune in to find who escapes to fight another day.
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We were intrigued when IDW, in announcing the new series earlier this year, noted that its stories were aimed at younglings and younglings at heart. After two issues, it’s obvious there’s no better way to explain the delightfully scripted and superbly illustrated stories.