Dan Z is joined by Assembly of Geeks Creative Director, Scott Murray, and returning guest, Tyler Wiggins. They start the show discussing Luke Skywalker’s new legacy. Michael Moreci discusses his new book, Black Star Renegades, and Tom brings us up to date on the news. In the Coffee Chat, Dan Z talks with Mason Z about his first ever viewing of the original Star Wars. They close out the show with email. This the podcast you’re looking for!
Dan Z (with a bit of laryngitis) is joined by the Star Wars Report’s Bethany Blanton, and CWK newsman, Tom Gross. They start the show discussing parts one and two of Star Wars Rebels episodes, “In the Name of The Rebellion”. Mark Newbold returns to CWK to share an exclusive on his next major Star Wars project, and Tom has news. For an extended Coffee Chat, Dan Z talks with filmmaker Mark Pavia for part one of their discussion on working with Stephen King, as well as elements of horror in the Star Wars saga. Later, the CWK Book Study on Leia: Princess of Alderaan continues. This is the podcast you’re looking for!
Coffee With Kenobi takes a detailed look at the all-new trailer for The Last Jedi, with host Dan Z and the Co-creator of CWK, Cory Clubb. They give their top moments, things that didn’t resonate as strongly, and much more. Have a cup of coffee with the founders of Coffee With Kenobi as they break things down, CWK style. This is the podcast you’re looking for!
Dan Z is joined by Comics With Kenobi’s Jeff McGee, and Star Wars fan, Garr Van Orden. They start the show discussing the all-new Star Wars Rebels Season Four poster. The hosts discuss how they consume Star Wars, in all respective mediums, and Tom brings us up to date on the news. For the Coffee Chat, they look at Qui-Gon Jinn, his differences in ideology with the rest of the Jedi order, and how he may have impacted the Clone Wars.This the podcast you’re looking for!
Dan Z is joined by Skywalking Through Neverland’s Richard Woloski, and the co-host of Idiot’s Array & Tarkin’s Top Shelf, Mark Sutter. They start the show with a look at J.J. Abrams returning to Episode IX and a new release date for the film. Richard talks Galaxy’s Edge in California, and Tom does news. For the Coffee Chat, they discuss whether or not Luke was tempted by the dark side in Return of the Jedi. They close out the show with an iTunes review. This the podcast you’re looking for!
The new Coffee With Kenobi format is live! Dan Z is joined by CWK Co-creator, Cory Clubb, and legendary voice actor, James Arnold Taylor, the voice of Obi-Wan Kenobi from Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels.
Well, I’m back from Celebration Orlando. A grand time was had by all. Or at least by most. Probably by all. It wasn’t without its hiccups, but what large gathering of 60,000 people isn’t? The short version of my experience is this: It was great to see some friends again after 2 years, and great to meet some new friends for the first time, including my Comics With Kenobi co-host, the illustrious Mr. Matt Moore. There were a few nice surprises, which I’m sure you’ve read about already: Harrison Ford and George Lucas onstage for the 40th Anniversary Panel, John Williams playing Princess Leia’s theme as part of a tribute to Carrie Fisher, and the reveal of the teaser for The Last Jedi, to name just a few. There was one moment that was simultaneously somewhat surprising and not shocking in the least. Read on to find out what it was!
Coffee With Kenobi’s Dan Zehr was kind enough to appear on my Star Wars collecting podcast, The Sandcrawler this week to offer tips and advice if you’re heading to Star Wars Celebration Orlando in April. Read more
Ok, it’s been a month since I saw the Rogue One. As if a new Star Wars movie wasn’t enough news, we also have the passing of Carrie Fisher to contend with. My second viewing of the film just happened to be on the day her death was announced, so the final shot of the film took on even more significance than it ordinarily would have. “Hope,” she said. The Tantive IV took off, the familiar John Williams music started, and the credits rolled. Upon my first viewing, I was smiling. Upon my second, I was still smiling, but it was a bittersweet grin, since it was achieved with the knowledge of Ms. Fisher’s demise. Where would things go from here?
Bestselling author Brian Jay Jones has written the long-awaited, revelatory biography of the most iconic name in Star Wars, George Lucas. His new book, George Lucas: A Life, debuted in early December of 2016, and is already a best-seller on Amazon.com. Join us as we go behind the scenes with Brian Jay Jones to learn more about George Lucas, and what went into writing this new biography. This is the podcast you’re looking for!