Dan Z is joined by 501st member and 501st Cast co-host, Marcus Dohring, and StarWars.com, Star Wars Insider, and Coffee With Kenobi blogger, Kristin Baver. They start the show with a brief discussion on the trailer for The Last Jedi. Nick Dico shares his experiences on the Beta for Star Wars Battlefront II, and Tom brings us up to date on news. For the Coffee Chat, CWK co-founder, Cory Clubb joins Dan Z to discuss The Last Jedi movie poster. This the podcast you’re looking for!
Dan Z is joined by Skywalking Through Neverland’s Sarah Woloski, and Star Wars fan Jared Cantor. They start the show discussing Jyn and Cassian’s relationship at the end of Rogue One. Then, the hosts discuss the newest episodes of Forces of Destiny, and Tom brings us up to date on the news. For the Coffee Chat, Tom and his daughter, Kayleigh, review the book Star Wars Coding Projects. This the podcast you’re looking for!
Dan Z is joined by Comics With Kenobi’s Jeff McGee, and Star Wars fan, Garr Van Orden. They start the show discussing the all-new Star Wars Rebels Season Four poster. The hosts discuss how they consume Star Wars, in all respective mediums, and Tom brings us up to date on the news. For the Coffee Chat, they look at Qui-Gon Jinn, his differences in ideology with the rest of the Jedi order, and how he may have impacted the Clone Wars.This the podcast you’re looking for!
Excited to read the two latest novels in the Star Wars mythology, but trying to figure out how to fit them into your schedule? Join Dan Z at the beginning of each episode of Coffee With Kenobi as he reads Leia: Princess of Alderaan and Phasma over the next two months, and discusses them a few chapters a time. Here’s the reading schedule:
It’s time for episode 21 of Lattes with Leia! We discuss the Forces of Destiny animated shorts and why seeing examples of everyday heroism is so important. We also talk about the new Darth Vader comic, Sphero’s BB-9E, and Force Friday.
A Guest Book Review by Amy Wishman Nalan
(This review may contain minor spoilers)
To Me, She’s Royalty
When a young-adult Leia novel written by Claudia Gray was announced, I was as full of anticipation as the next fan. Having loved Gray’s previous Star Wars novels, I was eager to see a young Leia novel. And Claudia Gray did not disappointment. Leia: Princess of Alderaan is the Leia book fans have been wanting for decades.
Leia: Princess of Alderaan begins with Leia standing before her parents declaring her intention to someday rule Alderaan and her plan for tasks to test her heart, her body, and her mind. Her transformation and growth in each of these areas is the subject of the book. What unfolds in the story is a year in the life of Leia Organa.
Entertainment Weekly has the scoop today on details of the “Journey to Star Wars: The Last Jedi” series of books coming our way in the next few months, and how they will fit in with the film when it’s released in December. Also announced is a collection of four short stories about the newest location in the Star Wars universe, Canto Bight.