It’s time for Episode 16 of Lattes with Leia! With Star Wars Celebration Orlando recently wrapping, we spend some of the episode going over highlights from the convention – including The Last Jedi teaser. We also dive into Star Wars moments that have stuck with us and had a last impact on us. Plus, we touch on some awesome art and the new Star Wars Art: Ralph McQuarrie book.
Welcome to Rebels Reactions! It’s our final episode of season 3 and guests David Modders and Joe Taylor join host Aaron Harris to breakdown part 2 of the Star Wars Rebels season 3 finale, “Zero Hour”. Plus, they discuss Celebration news and your emails! This is the podcast you’re looking for!
March came in like a lion but didn’t end like a lamb, at least not in the pages of Marvel’s Star Wars comics, that’s for certain.
Join us we take a deep dive into the latest issues of Star Wars: Darth Maul #2, Star Wars: Poe Dameron #12 and Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #5. We’re also looking ahead to Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, too, with details about the Coffee With Kenobi Podcast meet-up, panels that are focused on Star Wars comics along with pertinent details about what you can get from us, cheap as free, if you’re going to the big event.
Our chief question? What will Celebration mean for Marvel’s Star Wars comics? We don’t know, yet, but one thing’s for certain: Don’t stop believing.
Welcome back to Rebels Reactions!
In this episode, host Aaron Harris is joined by CWK blogger Joe Taylor and David Modders as they break down and review part one of the Star Wars Rebels season 3 finale, “Zero Hour”.
Together, they discuss the growth of Agent Kallus, untimely sacrifices, plus a discussion on how the 80’s tv show The Smurfs is related to Rebels! The winner of the Rebels Prize Pack Giveaway is announced and so much more!
Welcome back for another episode of Rebels Reactions!
This week, host Aaron Harris and guests Tyler Westhause and Melinda Wolf breakdown the most anticipated and talked about episode of Star Wars Rebels of all time, “Twin Suns”!
From Maul vs Kenobi, Maul’s influence on Ezra, to the Chosen One, it’s a discussion you don’t want to miss!
Plus we talk about your emails and the latest on the Rebels Prize Pack Giveaway!
Welcome back to another edition of Rebels Reactions!
For this Chopper centric episode, Randy Therio from Legends Library joins host Aaron Harris as they break down “Double Agent Droid”. Kick back and enjoy as they discuss everything from Chopper and AP-5’s relationship to a ship full of Lobots, to AP-5 starting this solo career. They also discuss glasses, musical numbers, and refreshers. Don’t miss out!
The New Jedi Order book series has experienced a love-hate relationship with fandom over the years. But that is not going to keep Randy and Luke from tackling the largest series of books in the Legends timeline. This month they kick it all off with the first three books of the series, Vector Prime written by R.A. Salvatore and Dark Tide: Onslaught and Dark Tide: Ruin duology written by Michael Stackpole.
Welcome back to another episode of Rebels Reactions!
This week host Aaron Harris is joined by Star Wars fan John Fowler and David Modders. Together they explore “Secret Cargo”, the most recent episode of Star Wars Rebels!
Listen in as they break down the details of the episode and discover what Star Wars, the Boston Massacre, and a two-part episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation entitled Descent, all have in common!
February was a light month for Star Wars yet remained a critical moment for the entire line, with stories in Star Wars: Poe Dameron 11, Star Wars: Doctor Aphra 4 and Star Wars 29 holding true to ongoing storylines that keep pace with expanding the Saga’s character development and exploration of events before the events of the prequel trilogies and the original trilogies, along with ahead of events in The Force Awakens.
We’ve also got a special guest this issue, artist Mike Mayhew, whose work on the vaunted one-shot Obi-Wan Kenobi stories in Marvel’s flagship Star Wars monthly (we dubbed them Obi-Wan Shots) gave readers new insight into not just the last of the Jedi Knights’ time on Tatooine, but an edifying and entertaining glimpse into Luke Skywalker, too.