Dan Z is joined by Stormtroopers: Beyond the Armor author, Adam Bray, and Rebels Reactions host, Aaron Harris. They start the show discussing Adam’s new book. Then, Zach Sharpe, the number one ranked pinball player in the world, discusses the new Star Wars pinball game. Tom brings us up to date on the news, and in the Coffee Chat, Dan Z talks about the end of Phasma, with chapters 33-44. They close out the show with email. This the podcast you’re looking for!
Welcome back to Rebels Reactions!
This week our host Aaron Harris is joined by the hosts of the Skytalkers Podcast, Charlotte Errity and Caitlin Plesher!
Together they delve into the complexities of the Rebellion as they review “In The Name Of The Rebellion Parts 1 and 2”. Join them as they discuss the bridges in this episode to the movies and The Clone Wars! They break down the moral quandaries facing the Rebellion as they break down the showdown between Mon Mothma and Saw, the decisions faced by Ezra and the wisdom of Kanan.
The final season of Star Wars Rebels has started off what will prove to be a ride wild enough to be part of a theme park and host Aaron Harris is back to end the series with you!
That’s right! Rebels Reactions is back with the review of the season premiere, “Heroes of Mandalore”! Aaron is joined by Comics With Kenobi’s own Matt Moore and Reactions regular David Modders and together they discuss Sabine’s growth, the conflict on Mandalore, and of course Kevin Kiner’s music! Also, Aaron’s back with his traditional Star Trek reference in a Star Wars podcast.
The Star Wars Podcast Awards are back for 2017, and voting is now open. Fans will be able to vote for their favorites in a wide variety of categories, but it’s no easy task! There are a lot of shows to choose from.
The Coffee With Kenobi family has garnered nominations in five categories, as noted below:
Welcome back to another exciting episode of Rebels Reactions! In this episode, host Aaron Harris is joined by Zach and Rachel Moore as they break down the latest episode of Rebels, “Legacy of Mandalore”.
Also, the latest Rebels Reactions contest is discussed!
Yes, I’m back! I know it has been a while since I have blogged, but between life wanting to turn everything upside down, hosting Rebels Reactions and my regular 9 to 5, the time has eluded me no matter how hard I have tried. Now after all these months I can’t let things slide anymore.
This month’s topic is something I hit on during a recent episode of Rebels Reactions. It is something I have been guilty of in the past, and that is classifying the significance of each episode as it pertains to the saga overall. Some episodes have a profound impact and are praised highly on podcasts and social media alike. Others, where the value isn’t immediately evident, get dismissed as “filler” episodes.
Since I have started hosting Rebels Reactions and analyzing each episode as they come out, plus after seeing Rogue One, I reached a conclusion: there is no such thing as a “filler” episode in Star Wars.
I will go ahead and advise you that if you haven’t seen Rogue One, don’t read any further unless you want spoilers.
Welcome back to Rebels Reactions! In this episode, host Aaron Harris is joined by Lillian Skye Noble and Coffee With Kenobi’s own Dan Z to review what is being called the most emotional character-centric episode of the series, “Trials Of The Darksaber”! From the history of the darksaber itself to blowing the doors open to Sabine’s past, this episode has quickly become one of the best of the series, making this a discussion not to be missed!
On our first show of 2017, Coffee With Kenobi takes an in-depth look at Rogue: One A Star Wars Story with members of our Coffee With Kenobi podcast family. Jeff McGee & Matt Moore of Comics With Kenobi, Randy Therio of Legends Library, and Aaron Harris of Rebels Reactions. We look at the nuance, texture, characters, and music of Rogue One, and discuss the new film’s impact on the Star Wars saga. This is the podcast you’re looking for!
Rebels Reactions is back! In this special double feature review, host Aaron Harris is joined by David Modders in a discussion about “Imperial Super Commandos” and “Iron Squadron” So sit back, relax and enjoy the discussion!