We did it! We got to California, talked in front of a crowd, and recorded the whole thing without messing up! Here is the audio from our live show on the podcast stage at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim. Thank you to everyone who came out and supported us. You guys were awesome.
It all started with a surprise guest. Writer Dan Wallace (Jedi Path, Book of Sith, and too many others to name) was in the crowd and agreed to come up on stage and join our conversation. We also had author Drew Karpyshyn (Darth Bane Trilogy, Revan) on stage as well. We asked them a few questions to get the conversation started and then opened it up to crowd questions.
After our discussion with the writers we switched gears and brought up friends of the show Jedi Shua (Techno Retro Dads) and Mark Newbold (Radio 1138, Jedi News) to discuss with us some of our favorite published works. Some interesting picks and a lot of fun conversation.
Finally we brought to the stage Erich Schoeneweiss, editor at Del Rey Books, to briefly discuss the upcoming novels from Del Rey and to give out some cool prizes..
Right before we head off to DragonCon we bring you an extra long, extra special episode featuring discussions of Adam Bray’s recent books and a comic review with Mark Newbold (Jedi News UK, Radio 1138).
Asajj Ventress and Quinlan Vos in love? Aaron and Teresa speculate based on the new synopsis for the upcoming Ventress novel.
Keep on reading. We have selected the next book for our Goodreads book club and it’s the new release A New Dawn. Go pick up the book (release date Sept 2nd) and get into the discussion.
Following up our Adam Bray interview last episode, we really get into his books this episode. We take both What Makes a Monster and Rebels: The Visual Guide and go through them pointing out all of our favorite things. Of course this leads to much discussion and speculation about the upcoming TV series.
Finally Mark Newbold joins us again to discuss and review the latest Darth Vader comic, Darth Vader and the Cry of Shadows.
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