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Marvel’ous Leia (2 of 2) – SWBTF #184

Picking up immediately after their last episode, your hosts plunge even deeper into STAR WARS: Princess Leia. What’s with Evaan? Has their ever been a more racially charged SW Story? All this and so much more! All on the next Star Wars Beyond the Films. YOUR Star Wars discussion podcast! YOUR Podcast of Legends! YOUR ticket to that Galaxy far, far away!

This week true believers, Beyonders, Fanboys, Fangirls, respected aliens around the galaxy, The Champion of the Multiverse; Mark Hurliman, and your Count of Continuities; Nathan P. Butler sit down to explore the 2nd half of Marvel Comic’s Star Wars: Princess Leia. So strap in and tighten your crash webbing Fandom, Star Wars Beyond the Films is setting off on another rapid-fire trip into the galaxy far, far away!Star_Wars_Princess_Leia

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Star Wars returns to Skellig Michael – SWR #185

Mark Hamill seen in Ireland, the Summer of 78, Colm Flynn, and J.C. Reifenberg, Episode 7, 8, and Rogue One, all on this week’s episode of The Star Wars Report!SWR LogoYou can show your support of the Star Wars Report podcast by becoming a Patron at

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Last Day to Purchase $80 4 Day Pass for Dragon Con 2016

Hey everyone!

Today is the last day to purchase Dragon Con 2016 4 day tickets for just $80!

Remember how fun Dragon Con was this year?

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Bridging the Gaps in the Saga


With the release of the new novel Aftermath, we have begun the journey to The Force Awakens.  This is a multi-part plan to tell the story of what happened after the destruction of the Death Star over Endor and ultimately set the stage for The Force Awakens.

This is not the first bridge story that we have in Star Wars.  The Clone Wars animated show expertly bridged the three-year gap between the events of Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, telling us the story of a galaxy at war during the tumultuous Clone Wars.  Following in the wake of the Clone Wars we have the new animated show Rebels and the comic book, Kanan.  Rebels explores the rise of the Empire and builds into the events of A New Hope.  While, Kanan gives us the story immediately following the events of Revenge of the Sith and Order 66.

However, there is still one large area of the timeline that is yet unexplored in the new canon and was not well touched upon in the Legends era Expanded Universe either, the 10 year gap between The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones.  This era seems rife with stories to tell, but there are only a few that have been told.  It strikes me as odd to leave such a large stretch of the story untold.  The Legends era only had 3 novels and the Scholastic Jedi Apprentice series to cover those 10 years worth of story.  The current canon has no stories about the Jedi’s reaction to the Sith’s return, or what adventures a young Obi-wan Kenobi and his new padawan Anakin Skywalker went on together.


I know these are stories that I want to hear.  I want to see Obi-wan training the young Skywalker, his successes, and his failures.  What adventures bonded the two and what threatened to tear them apart?  When did the Jedi begin their search for Darth Sidious?  Were there clues on Naboo to lead them in their search?  How did they react to the death of Qui-Gon Jinn?  What changes did Palpatine make in the Senate?  What more can we learn about Syfo-Dias, Count Dooku and the clones?

I’m sure that Lucasfilm has a plan to tell stories in that corner of the timeline.  However, it will most likely be several years before we see anything since the current focus is moving away from the prequel era and on to the original and sequel trilogies.  From a business standpoint, of course, this makes perfect sense.  That is the era where the future movies will be set, and let’s not forget that Star Wars first and foremost is a film franchise.

As a fan, I can hope that Lucasfilm will make plans to explore every part of the Star Wars timeline, past, present and future.