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.
The summer has wound done, but the Star Wars comics show no sign of abating. August? It reached a new level, with 10 titles out last month.
This episode has lots of conversation and constructive criticism, along with news you can use, including details about Si Spurrier joining the writing team with Kieron Gillen for Doctor Aphra, as well as Jason Aaron’s dissection of his long run on Marvel’s flagship monthly Star Wars title with SyFy Wire’s Mike Avila.
The penultimate New Jedi Order episode!! With only two more sections of the NJO left, Luke and Randy take on The Force Heretic Trilogy, written by Sean Williams and Shane Dix. They also bring discussion of Truce at Bakura and Rogue Planet into the mix as it relates to this trilogy.
With July done, it’s time to revisit the month’s bounty of Star Wars comics from Marvel and A Star Wars Comic. We suggest you get a milkshake to savor while you listen. (#MakeMineMilkshake)
There’s more detail about the Thrawn mini series announced at San Diego Comic-Con, which debuts in February, in this episode.
Episode 19 of Lattes with Leia is here! This time around we discuss collecting. What Star Wars collectibles do we have on our shelves, when does collecting become hoarding, what sort of collecting rules do we have for ourselves? We also talk about BB-8 on the Run and The Science of Star Wars.
Randy and Luke are making serious progress through the longest book series in the Legends timeline, The New Jedi Order. They have found their favorite!! Traitor penned by Matthew Stover! Stover breaks all the rules in the best kinds of ways with this book. They also discuss Destiny’s Way written by Walter Jon Williams. Traitor contains the story of Jason Solo’s Yuuhzan Vong captivity and the very intense teaching from Vergere. Meanwhile, the fight against the Vong continues across the galaxy in Destiny’s Way. By the end of this episode, we learn the true motivation of Vergere who has become one of the most intriguing characters in Star Wars Legends!
Gather up your java, tea and more and pull those Star Wars comics out of the bags as we dive into June’s issues from Marvel.
Co-hosts Matt Moore and Jeff McGee have found much to discuss in regard to the conclusion of The Screaming Citadel, the ongoing adventures of Poe Dameron as well as the latest installment of A Star Wars Comics.
There’s also news about Star Wars Adventures at San Diego Comic-Con and some tidbits about this month’s comics, too.
It’s another long one, but, you know, it’s good problem to have, all these Star Wars comics.
It’s time for Episode 18 of Lattes with Leia. We dive into the topic of Star Wars games of all stripes — tabletop, mobile games, video games, and more. We also discuss the Battlefront 2 trailer and Pandora: The World of Avatar and what it means for the upcoming Star Wars-themed lands in Disney Parks.
The guys at Legends Library are back! This month they discuss Dark Journey by Elaine Cunningham and the Enemy Lines Duology (Part 1: Rebel Dream: Enemy Lines & Part 2: Rebel Stand: Enemy Lines) by Aaron Allston. Randy shares his thoughts on the young Jedi Knights carrying the weight of this section of the storyline and Luke talks about the impact Wedge still has in the battle against the Yuuzhan Vong. They also take some time to make fun of the villain of the week, Lord Nyax. It’s all faster and more intense. We have turned the corner and are starting our stretch run toward the end of this colossal series.
Sit down, pour a cup of joe and relax. Be at one with the Force as we discuss all the comics from May — and we mean all of them.
Apologies for the length of this show — it’s more than two-and-a-half hours — but there was a great deal to discuss about the events of (The) Screaming Citadel crossover that’s gone through three of its five chapters in its namesake one-shot, Star Wars No. 31 and issue seven of Star Wars: Doctor Aphra.
(At this rate, our show discussing August’s comics will last three days!)