Dan Z is joined by the daily content manager of Jedi News, program director of the Jedi News Network, and the co-host of Radio 1138, & Take Cover, Mark Newbold, and the host of The Cantina Cast, Mike Rondeau. They start the show debating the pros and cons of skipping pre-The Last Jedi marketing. Tom has news, and in the Coffee Chat, they ponder what has happened to Rogue One in current Star Wars conversation. This the podcast you’re looking for!
Dan Z is joined by Legends Library co-host, Luke Seiters & The Cantina Cast co-host, Joao Stinson. They begin the show with news of a composer for the untitled Han Solo film. Disney Insider Jim Hill has more insights into Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, and the Star Wars resort, and Tom gives the news. For the Coffee Chat, Mediocre Jedi shares an interview with Hasbro from San Diego Comic-Con. They close out the show with email. This the podcast you’re looking for!
By now, we have seen at least five or six different versions or trailers for Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the countdown to the actual ‘premier day,’ is less than a month away! To say that I’m excited, well, that’s more of an understatement at best.
… “Sure you’re up for this?”– Han Solo, Star Wars: The Force Awakens
That’s a good question. Am I? Oh, I’m sure I’m not alone on this one. Be honest, who else felt as if Han was directing this towards the viewer, us, not just Finn? And yes, anyone who has a blog for a website or a podcast about Star Wars has already discussed or analyzed the topic on ‘how to prepare’ for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but that’s not what this next edition of ‘Becca’s Chava Chat’ is about.
After having Mike and Joao of The Cantina Cast on the most recent episode of Coffee With Kenobi, Dan and Cory head over to their show for part two of a podcasting crossover event. The discussion for this show is ‘Spoilers v. Non-Spoilers’ — Timely considering some of us have had to avoid recent leaks!
JUST … IMAGES REALLY, FEELINGS …
If you were to ask me what I remember about Saturday, April 18th 2015, my answer would be: “Just … images really, feelings.” And yet, it’s a day that I’ll never forget.
No, this isn’t going to be a symbolic blog or even anything remotely close. Nor will it be, creatively or critically, thought-provoking. What it will be, is an open-window passageway, or reflection, on my personal experiences of that day; a Rebels reconnection.
Of course, by the time you read this post, some of you will have already seen the premiere of Star Wars Rebels: “The Siege of Lothal,” but back then, on April 18th, that was not the case. In fact, I can’t even put into words, the amount of excitement and gratefulness that I still have, for all of those responsible in giving me such an awesome opportunity and a sea full of shoaling emotional memories. Hence the phrase, “just … images really, feelings.”
Hello, what have we here? The first episode of Idiot’s Array podcast is now available for download. Idiot’s Array is a Star Wars podcast featuring Coffee With Kenobi blogger Ryder Waldron, as well as Alan Zaugg and Mark Sutter. It is produced by The Cantina Cast. Idiot’s Array will be discussing all things Star Wars, focusing on canon material and bridging generations from the original trilogy to The Clone Wars and the prequel trilogy to Star Wars Rebels. Find it on iTunes, Stitcher, FM Player, Pocketcasts, and Libsyn.
As of Friday, February 13th starwars.com presented each of the selected talented Star Wars artists appearing in the Celebration Art Show this April in Anaheim, featuring a Preview or Sneak Peek of their LE Star Wars Prints! This funtastic display of Awesome Art can be found throughout the exhibit hall floor, or in the Art Show pavilion sponsored by ACME Archives.
Becca Benjamin, regular blogger for Coffee With Kenobi and blogger/copy editor/personal consultant for The Cantina Cast Podcast, has been selected as today’s Fangirl of the Day over on Her Universe!