A monthly podcast where we discuss and review all of the latest Star Wars releases from Dark Horse Comics and Del Rey Books. Expect fun and knowledgeable guests from the fan community and interviews with official Star Wars writers! Hosted by Teresa Delgado and Aaron Goins.
The first month of our book club went great! We had over 50 people join and lots of discussion on our Goodreads page. Let us know which book you want to read next.
We are going to Disney World! Join us and a bunch of other podcasters from Rebel Force Radio, Geek Out Loud, Fan Girls Going Rogue, and Star Wars Report as we attend Star Wars Weekends the weekend of May 23rd.
We talk to Bryan about how much he likes the Prequels, Return of the Jedi, and the Legacy of the Force novels. Also how his kids got such cool names.
Chewbacca Lives! We discuss the unconfirmed news that Chewbacca will be in Episode VII and how Expanded Universe fans feel about that.
Book review. Finally we discuss and review the novel Maul: Lockdown
Reviews this episode: Darth Vader and the Ninth Assassin (comic volume)
Legacy: Prisoner of the Floating World (comic volume)
Back to reviews! Our last couple episodes were an interview and discussing Rebels, but now we are back to our old ways and reviewing some comics. Mark Newbold (Jedi News, StarWars.com, Radio 1138) joins us this episode to talk some Star Wars Expanded Universe.
Star Wars fandom has lost one of its favorite authors. We share some stories of our memories of Aaron Allston
We talk to Mark about his favorite movie, character, book, and his hopes for the future of the Expanded Universe
Who really shot first? Aaron makes the case for his unpopular opinion
Another Anakin prophecy? Mark helps us review Darth Vader and the Ninth Assassin
Is Ania Solo a better character than Cade Skywalker? Our hosts review Prisoner of the Floating World
Stick around after the credits for an old interview with Aaron Allston that Teresa got at Star Wars Reads Day 2012
This episode is the second part of our one-year anniversary celebration! We invited the guys from the Rebels Report podcast (Pete Morrison and Andy Ury) to talk about the Rebels characters revealed so far and Star Wars Expanded Universe characters they remind us of.
It’s the one year anniversary of our podcast, and we want to celebrate! For our celebration we are not only giving away free books (learn more here) but we also have two new episodes of Bookworms this week.
Last episode we reviewed the comic digest Ewoks: Shadows of Endor. This episode we interview the writer/artist of the comic, Zack Giallongo.
Are Ewoks cool again? We talk about why Ewoks aren’t just for kids anymore.
Originals or Special Editions? It may surprise you what we all picked.
Is magic the same as the Force in the Star Wars universe? Hear what Zack had to say.
Zack gives us some behind the scenes info on different aspects of the comic and a teaser for the future.
Of course we had to ask him what his hopes for the Sequel Trilogy are.
Did we really spend the last 10 minutes talking about Tiny Death Star!?
Reviews this episode: Ewoks – Shadows of Endor (comic digest)
Death Star Owner’s Technical Manual (reference guide)
Another episode? So soon? That’s right, it’s still January and we already have two episodes on the books. Since we didn’t do any reviews in last week’s episode we decided to do another episode right away to get back on schedule. Plus Teresa just couldn’t wait any longer to review this Ewoks comic.
We welcome collector extraordinaire, podcaster, and official Star Wars artist Dan Curto as our guest
Dan talks about his personal fandom, collecting, and classic Star Wars EU
E-E-E-E-Ewoks. We talk about everything from the Ewoks animated series to the latest comic release
Teresa complains about the lack of good Ewok plushies
Aaron reveals the secret to getting the good Star Wars toys at Target
We talk about our favorite Death Star collectibles
Finally we discuss and review the Death Star Owner’s Technical Manual