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The Opening Crawl – CCC Ep. 000

Favorite ships, Favorite characters, Fantasy Flight Games, X-wing, Dark Forces, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Lando Calrissian, Head Canon, all this and more! So come on in, and take a seat in our V.I.P. Lounge here at Cloud City Casino.

??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Michael Morris and Eddie Dease kick back in the clouds above Bespin where they discuss The Best parts of Star Wars: Gaming and Collecting! They get into conversations delving into the exciting times they have had in the past, the blast they are having at present and what they look forward to in the future of Star Wars! Fandom is shining brighter than both of the Tatooine suns.

This week Michael and Eddie show their cards as they talk about how The Saga has affected them. This episode features a more open dialogue about what areas they tend to focus on in their own fandom, and of course the boys continue their constant attempts to one up each other.

Remember every story starts with a beginning and every star wars starts with an opening crawl!

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Christmas in the Stars – A Call For Obi-Wan

The the “Christmas in the Stars.” collaboration continues! I’m so glad to be working with so many good friends from around the Star Wars fan-site community. Over the next few days there will be a short, daily guest blog post about a favorite Star Wars memory from a friend of us here at the Star Wars Report. We continue with “A Call For Obi-Wan,” a story from Megan over at Blog Full of Words.


-Riley Blanton – Founder, Exective Editor – starwarsreport.com


A Call For Obi-Wan

Most of my Star Wars memories come courtesy of my stepmom’s family. One of the first adult Star Wars fans I was ever met was a family friend on that side. One day, when I was in my teens, she leaned over my shoulder, and, to my great shock, recognized that I was doodling Kit Fisto. Star Wars became our conversation topic of choice. I visited her house once, gawked at the number of action figures she had bought for her son, and marveled at the size and rarity of her Millennium Falcon and X-Wing models. I bought my first vintage figures (Empire Strikes Back Luke Skywalker and Admiral Ackbar) that weekend.

She died of cancer this summer. Now, those figures will always remind me of her.

A young cousin on that side of the family also got word that I was into Star Wars and proudly showed me his plastic lightsabers. We had many sword fights in the basement, his aggression and tendency to aim for the knuckles pretty much matching my much longer reach. In typical kid logic fashion, there was a narrative to our battles but it was very, very loose. He would switch which character he wanted to be, and which he wanted me to be, in a matter of seconds. “I’m Anakin. You’re Obi-Wan. I’m a good guy. No, I’m a bad guy!”

I only see that side of the family about once a year, on Thanksgiving. I didn’t expect my cousin to remember as vividly as he did, but the next Thanksgiving he was waiting on the porch when I arrived, shouting so enthusiastically that I couldn’t identify the words until I figured it out: “Obi-Wan! Obi-Wan!”

Megan – Blog Full of Words

Rumor: Ewan McGregor To Return as “Force Ghost” Obi Wan in Episode VII

Holy Kenobi!

This would be amazing, the folks over at Latino Review say they have three sources close to the project confirming it.

Also returning from the netherworld of the Force is Obi-Wan Kenobi.

After all, Obi-Wan Kenobi appeared throughout the original trilogy, despite his death in ‘A New Hope’. I have confirmed this with three close sources that are on the project and they all confirmed to me that Ewan McGregor would be back as a Force Ghost in the upcoming sequel trilogy. McGregor was always down to return.

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