Dan Z is joined by CWK Featured Blogger, Melinda Wolf, and a contributor to Unmistakable Star Wars, Amy Wishman Nalan. They start the show looking at Leia Organa, and her growth throughout the canon. Jason Brame discusses Star Wars Destiny and Star Wars canon. Tom does news, and in the Coffee Chat, they talk with Nick DiCo about the upcoming Star Wars Battlefront II. This the podcast you’re looking for!
The circle is complete!!!!! At least the New Jedi Order is complete. Luke and Randy close out the final chapter of the NJO this month. The Final Prophecy and The Unifying Force are the focus this episode, bringing the over 20 book series to an end. Jacen, Luke, and Zonama Sekot take on the last of the Yuuzhan Vong on Coruscant. In what seemed to be an endless battle only the “unifying force” could make the difference. They also announce the winner of this year’s Legends Library Card. Congrats to Colemandowraith, this years winner! Next book…….Death Star.
You can learn a lot about a person when they’re under pressure, under the gun and overwhelmed.
Thanks to the tight storytelling of writer Jason LaTour and artist Michael Walsh, our understanding of the unique dynamic between Han Solo and Princess Leia is on solid ground, even if the earth beneath them is constantly quaking.
Their 33-page story in Star Wars Annual #3 is a fast-paced journey, drawing inspiration from the Indiana Jones franchise, while upholding the standard for brisk Star Wars action and adventure.
The first act of Return of the Jedi featured Han Solo’s rescue by his friends from the clutches of the vile gangster Jabba the Hutt. Luke, Leia, Lando, Chewbacca, and the droids each arrived at Jabba’s palace either individually or in pairs. Not that Star Wars fans need a reminder, but eventually Leia freed Han from the carbonite. However, Jabba then threw Han in a dungeon and kept Leia by his side in her iconic outfit. Luke showed up and the rescue moved into its final stages. A question arises: was Han’s rescue a well executed plan or the result of improvisation by Luke, Leia, and the others? Although there isn’t a definitive answer, an analysis of the scene suggests Han’s rescue was the result of a well-executed plan with some improvisation thrown in. This two part blog post will analyze the steps of the rescue plan and evaluate how much went according to a plan, and what they left to improvisation. Read more
Zak Brings Star Wars: The Last Jedi to Tables with New Line
In December, one of the most iconic sags in history will return to the big screen when the much-anticipated Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits theaters. To help fans of all ages get ready for the epic action, Zak Designs is releasing a new line of dinnerware, drink ware, and on-the-go beverageware that features the newest characters from this timeless tale.
Among the products in the line is a 2pk gift set of 16oz glasses as well as a 4pk set of 2oz mini glasses. Zak is also releasing four different sculpted ceramic mugs that have the power to bring the characters to life with every sip.
In observance of International Peace Day, Po-Zu Footwear is offering free international shipping on orders now through September 24. Find out more below:
Safia Minney, Managing Director of Po-Zu and founder of fair trade fashion pioneer People Tree, talks International Day of Peace & why we all need to be everyday heroes, read her blog post here.
Here’s a bit of an FYI regarding the schedule for the upcoming fourth season of Star Wars Rebels:
All the paths are coming together as Star Wars Rebels returns for its fourth and final season beginning Monday, October 16th on Disney XD.
This week on The Star Wars Show there’s scheduling news for Star Wars Rebels, a visit to the Lucasfilm vault to check out rare Star Wars toys, and a conversation with John DiMaggio and Danny Jacobs from LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures.
See all that and more in the video below:
The premiere episode of Science and Star Wars has been released on the official Star Wars Facebook page — where it will debut each week, with the videos being uploaded to the Star Wars YouTube channel on Thursday. In this first episode, host Anthony Carboni is joined by Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger from Star Wars Rebels) build a lightsaber!
Check it out below:
There’s no sophomore slump for IDW Publishing’s Star Wars Adventures #2.
In fact, the second outing in two weeks for the new series is just as good as the debut issue, proving without doubt that an all-ages Star Wars comic is not just viable, but vivacious.
Issue two, like the first, sports a main story and a backup tale from Wild Space. Both are equally charming, splendidly paced and adroitly written and illustrated.
This issue also marks a milestone, too, with artist Elsa Charretier making her comics writing debut, co-scripting the Tales From Wild Space backup “The Flat Mountain of Yavin” with Pierrick Colinet.