Death troopers is one of my favorite EU works over the past few years. I’m super excited about this one.
From the mind of Joe Schreiber, New York Times bestselling author of Star Wars: Death Troopers, comes the delirious follow-up to last year’s Darth Plagueis. In a tale of retribution and survival set before the events of The Phantom Menace, Darth Plagueis and Darth Sidious dispatch Sith apprentice Darth Maul on a secret mission to infiltrate a criminal empire operating from inside Cog Hive Seven-a hidden prison teeming with the galaxy’s most savage criminals. There, he must contend against the scummiest and most villainous in gladiatorial death matches while carrying out his masters’ clandestine commands. Failure is not an option; success will ignite the revenge of the Sith against the Jedi Order.
Today the Fandom Apocalypse Twitter account is leading a discussion with many different Star Wars fansites about the managing and successful running of a Star Wars website, blog, etc. Common problems and solutions are being discussed, along with the philosophy behind how you run your site, and advice/ideas from those who have experience in the arena! How can you join in, ask questions, and participate in the fun? Go onto Twitter and follow the #SWFS hashtag! This is happening right now, so hurry on over and join in the fun!
Here are a few of the highlights from some of the participants!
Del Rey hosted a Facebook chat with Timothy Zahn for Scoundrels yesterday.
Actually, I think Disney will do right by LFL. Their record with Pixar and Marvel indicates they know how to step back and let the people who know what they’re doing just do it. With Kathleen Kennedy now helming LFL, and with all the wonderfully talented people already in place there, I’m expecting good things to come. Of course, if Disney decided they wanted a couple of TV shows, and just *happened* to think of Mara Jade or the Hand of Judgment, I would certanly not stand in their way.
As to whether any of my characters might show up in the sequels: Again, no idea what’s being planned, but I would naturally love to see something I’ve done up there on the Big Screen.
I’m absolutely thrilled with this episode!
In this episode we interview Jimmy “Mac” McInerney Formerly of the “Forcecast” and now one of the hosts of “RebelForce Radio”
We talk about…
- Experiencing Star Wars fandom as a podcaster with a platform
- How Jimmy got started in Star Wars podcasting
- Diversity of opinions in fandom
- The early days of online fandom
- The transition to a new era of Star Wars
- And the transition to a new era of Star Wars podcasting with RFR
- The latest episode of the Clone Wars “Eminence”
Be sure to check out Jimmy and Jason’s ongoing adventures with RebelForce Radio on their Facebook
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In a recent interview with Fanhattan, Drew spilled the beans.
“I guess there is always a chance. There’s no intention. But I would love to have a day off every now and again, and I have to work a weekend and all through the night. If the opportunity arises, it will be a real temptation. But it’s going to have to be a real temptation to get me away from my wife and my little grandkids and my family. Away from the green trees and the blue skies for a change instead of just locked in the studio. But, you know, never say never. All things are possible.”