Middle Aged Star Wars – SWR #186

Vader to return? Star Wars Fans have hit Middle Age! Star Wars Land details? As well as why it’s OK to want more Legends tales, 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 www.patreon.com/starwarsreport


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Summer ’78

Mashable has J.C. Reifenberg’s new fan film ‘Summer of ’78’ up on its site.  It’s a quick film detailing a fictional story line of a then unknown child playing was his newly released Kenner Star Wars toys in (you guessed it) summer of 1978.  The film features many things that will surely get those of age in that time in a nostalgic coma, as well as some interesting Easter Eggs that  interest younger fans just as much.  Clocking at at only three minutes it’s definitely worth a watch. And be sure to check out The Star Wars Report Podcast‘s interview with Fan-Film-maker J.C. Reifenberg where it talks all about the process, as well as some of the Easter Eggs!

Aftermath — Ion Cannon #33

Join your hosts Tom, Stephen, and William as they discuss “Aftermath,” the long-awaited and somewhat controversial first novel in the new canon set after Return of the Jedi.

Ion Cannon

The Ion Cannon Podcast is your source for entertainment reviews from a galaxy far, far away, including Rebels, the sequel trilogy, spin-off films, and more.

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Skywalking through Disney Infinity! – CCC Ep. 016




Its a very magical episode here in the Casino as Bruce and Michael are joined by Rich and Sarah of The Skywalking Through Neverland podcast to discuss Disney Inifinity 3.0



You can check out Sarah and Rich on their podcast at  http://skywalkingthroughneverland.com/


Evolving Fandom- TWL #147

WampasLair_SquareKarl and Jason are joined by friend and fellow podcast host of the Star Wars Report, Riley Blanton as they discuss how their Star Wars fandom has evolved over the years! From kids playing with the toys to three guys podcasting about the Wars, they hit on all those big moments where they lived out their fandom in their own ways! Continue reading