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A Shattered Legacy – SWBW #36

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In this episode of Star Wars Bookworms we talk mostly comics and answer some listener emails. Bria from Tosche Station joins us and brings some impressive comic book knowledge to the discussion. She’s really cool.

  • Splinter of the Mind’s Eye is our book club book for Jan/Feb. Join us over at Goodreads and get in on the conversation.
  • Marvel Star Wars #1 has come out and we give our thoughts on the first issue.
  • We had emails from Lenie, Ben, and David asking about double-bladed lightsabers, continuing stories for The Clone Wars characters, and what themes from Legends we want to be left behind. Teresa was not happy to learn about the Endor Holocaust.
  • Aaron posed a question about Legends characters being used in the new canon and how much of their backstory should stay intact.
  • We review the final Legacy comics, Legacy Volume 4 – Empire of One. Bria is a big fan.
  • We also review the final Brian Wood Star Wars comics, Star Wars Volume 4: A Shattered Hope.

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Prisoner of the Ninth Assassin – SWBW #21

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


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