Lost Tribe of Smugglers – SWBW #8

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Reviews this episode:
The Clone Wars: The Smuggler’s Code (comic digest)
Lost Tribe of the Sith: Spiral (comic volume)

In this July episode our hosts welcome guest Adam Farmer. Unlike other guests they have had in the past, Adam is not a Star Wars blogger or podcast host. He is a fan of the show and a casual Star Wars fan who is somewhat new to the Star Wars Expanded Universe. He brought a nice fresh perspective.

At the top of the show Aaron, Teresa, and Adam talked about the lack of SWEU news coming out of San Diego Comic Con and how they wished they were at Star Wars Celebration Europe. Aaron and Teresa also talked about how they were excited to attend Dragon Con in August. The conversation also drifted into Star Wars Episode VII casting rumors which of course led to a little bit of fan casting.

For the first review our hosts and guest covered the Clone Wars comic story The Smuggler’s Code. Comparisons were made to Lilo and Stitch, Hercules, and Kimpossible. Listen to the episode to see if our hosts thought the comic was too kid-centered or right on target.

For the next review they discussed the comic volume Lost Tribe of the Sith: Spiral. Listen in to see how Aaron, Teresa, and Adam felt about John Jackson Miller’s latest addition to the Star Wars Expanded Universe.

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  • Stephen Howard

    Nice episode! Great discussion as always. Just a note about the S’kytri species. John Jackson Miller uses the Ultimate Alien Anthology a lot when picking species. He’s even mentioned using it as a check list, so the appearance of their species is probably more due to that than him going through the old Marvel comics.
    Looking forward to the next episode. Keep up the good work!

    • Aaron Goins

      Thanks for the info Stephen, and thanks for listening!

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