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!
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KeepMe Group has teamed up with LUCASFILM and Disney to create The Ultimate Star Wars Collectors Gift – a range of Official Star Wars Fragrances boxed in beautifully designed packaging. The Star Wars fragrance collection includes six unique scents representing the light and dark side of the Force. Amazing, right!?
In the development of this, KeepMe Group has focused on creating a range of products that are true to Star Wars fans from many walks of life. The team, based in the UK, states these items have been created by Star Wars fans for Star Wars fans, and, with the attention to detail on the packaging, it’s evident. The hardcore fan and collectors will truly appreciate the attention to detail with references to characters (using unique designs that can ONLY be found in this collection and are artistic and beautiful) It truly is a cool product, combining high-quality Eau de Parfum fragrances with high-end packaging finishes. Basically, it appeals to a much more diverse audience than one might originally expect.
Coffee With Kenobi host Dan Z was recently interviewed by his alma mater, Illinois State University, about his decision to become a teacher, how he uses Star Wars as a teaching tool in the classroom, and how he hopes to inspire his students. It’s a great profile of a pretty cool guy!
Check out an excerpt below:
CWK’s Dan Z is the guest on episode 15 of the EasyGoing Jedi podcast, an up and coming show that is well worth a listen. Host Mike Whitney and Dan discuss the latest book releases in Star Wars canon, avoiding spoilers, and podcasting in general.
You can check out the show below, or listen on iTunes here.
To help celebrate Star Wars Day, Coffee With Kenobi is set to debut the new show format this May the Fourth! Host Dan Z. will be joined by the legendary James Arnold Taylor (Obi-Wan Kenobi, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels, and so much more!) & Coffee With Kenobi’s Co-creator, Cory Clubb, with Tom Gross covering the latest Star Wars news.
So, be sure to set aside some time this Thursday, May the 4th, and join in the Star Wars Day festivities with CWK!
Coffee With Kenobi co-host Dan Z. takes a look at what’s new in the world of Star Wars comics in the latest installment of Comic Book Galaxy, a regular feature on StarWars.com. Dan looks back at releases from February and March, including Star Wars #28, Dr. Aphra #4, Poe Dameron #10, and Darth Maul #1.
You can read an excerpt below:
If you’re attending Star Wars Celebration in Orlando next month, be sure to stop by the podcast stage to see Coffee With Kenobi! Dan Z and Cory Clubb will be taking the stage on Thursday, April 13, from 4:30 – 5:30 pm. There will be giveaways, a special guest, an announcement about CWK’s new format — and it will be Cory’s last show. It’s an event not to be missed!
For more information about Star Wars Celebration, visit the official site here.
The Star Wars Rebels season finale is always an event; threads are tied up, mysteries are solved, and tears are shed. Season Three is no different. Personally, I spent most of the episode full of angst and nervousness. The stakes are high, and with Grand Admiral Thrawn in hot pursuit, even the Duke boys would be in trouble (#80sReference). As with all Talking Points columns, there will be spoilers, so don’t click on the link below until you have seen “Zero Hour: Parts 1 and 2”.
Warning: this post contains spoilers for the Star Wars Rebels episode, “Twin Suns”. Be sure to watch the show before proceeding.
Chuck Wendig’s final entry in the Aftermath trilogy, Aftermath: Empire’s End has been released, and completes the adventures of Norra Wexley and her mismatched group of miscreants. The reader journeys with Norra Wexley and bounty hunter Jas Emari in their pursuit of Grand Admiral Rae Sloane, but that is only one focal point of the narrative. We also follow Temin (“Snap”) Wexley, his wonderfully terrifying droid, Mr. Bones, and recovering Imperial Loyalty Officer, Sinjir Rath Velus as they desperately try to convince the New Republic that they must journey to Jakku (no spoilers here; once you read the book, you will understand why) for a number of reasons that are critical, both personally, as well as on a galactic scale. While it does not reach the staggering heights of Life Debt, Empire’s End is a worthy bookend to the Aftermath trilogy.