Here it is: Coffee With Kenobi’s spoiler-filled The Last Jedi review show! Join Dan Z, Cory Clubb, Matt Moore, Aaron Harris, Tom Gross, and Randy Therio as they break down the new film. This is the podcast you’re looking for!
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.
Dan Z is joined by Star Wars Made Easy author, Christian Blauvelt, and Comics With Kenobi’s Matt Moore. They start the show discussing The Last Jedi spot that aired during Game 7 of the 2017 World Series, as well as a new revelation in “Force of Destiny”. Dan Z checks in with Christian on his new book, and Tom brings us up to date on the news. For the Coffee Chat, we share part two of the conversation with horror filmmaker, Mark Pavia, and resume the CWK book study with the end of Leia: Princess of Alderaan and start Phasma. This the podcast you’re looking for!
It’s right here!
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.
Dan Z is joined by Idiot’s Array co-host and CWK blogger, Ryder Waldron & Comics With Kenobi co-host and CWK writer, Matt Moore. The hosts open the show by talking about the new Vanity Fair article on The Last Jedi. Huff Post and Hashtag Roundup CEO Jeff Dwoskin discusses Star Wars and social media, and in the Coffee Chat, they reflect on the 40th anniversary of Star Wars. They close out the show with a Facebook post regarding Star Wars Land. This the podcast you’re looking for!
On our first show of 2017, Coffee With Kenobi takes an in-depth look at Rogue: One A Star Wars Story with members of our Coffee With Kenobi podcast family. Jeff McGee & Matt Moore of Comics With Kenobi, Randy Therio of Legends Library, and Aaron Harris of Rebels Reactions. We look at the nuance, texture, characters, and music of Rogue One, and discuss the new film’s impact on the Star Wars saga. This is the podcast you’re looking for!
It’s finally here. It took three recording sessions, six World Series games (Spoilers: CUBS WIN!), two trans-Atlantic crossings, one move and MULTIPLE cups of coffee, but episode 24 is ready for your listening pleasure.
There’s much that’s been said and written about the story Claudia Gray has penned about Leia Organa in the few days since the novel’s release May 3.
Be it revelations of the Huttslayer or the examination into the warrior and strategist or deep dive into the political machinations of the New Republic and her role in its founding, the novel has struck a near-unanimous chord among readers, Star Wars fans and historians for whom charting the Saga’s lore is an almost full-time affair.
Very Minor Spoilers follow below … you may wish to read Bloodline before proceeding.
On our last show of 2015, Coffee With Kenobi takes an in-depth look at The Force Awakens with our entire Coffee With Kenobi podcast family. Jeff McGee & Matt Moore of Comics With Kenobi, Randy Therio & Luke Seiters of Legends Library, and Aaron Harris of Rebels Reactions join us as we begin to look at the most intriguing aspects of the new Star Wars film. We discuss characters that spoke to us the most, future topics for the show, what this new film means for Star Wars, and much more. This is the podcast you’re looking for!
It’s a guest-star special as Marvel Comics’ Heather Antos, the assistant editor on the publisher’s Star Wars comics, takes time to discuss the art of herding writers, artists, colorists and letterers, all the while keeping to schedule and juggling the deep mysteries that is Star Wars lore.