Tag Archives: rebels

Riley’s Top 5 “Can’t Miss” events at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim

Star Wars Celebration Anaheim promises to be the best Star Wars celebration to date! The following are my personal “can’t miss” panels and event going on over the celebration weekend.

Check it out!

1. Writer/Director/Producer J.J. Abrams and Producer Kathleen Kennedy

Abrams and Kennedy

Don’t miss the big kickoff for Star Wars Celebration Anaheim. Star Wars: The Force AwakensWriter/Director/Producer J.J. Abrams and Producer Kathleen Kennedy will be on the Celebration Stage, joined by special guests. This panel is scheduled to be simulcast to the Digital Stage from the Celebration Stage.

Continue reading

Fire Across the Galaxy (or Squeeeeeee) – Rebels Roundtable #13

The Star Wars Report’s Rebels Roundtable takes on Fire Across the Galaxy.

rebelsroundtable2

The Star Wars Report’s Rebels Roundtable returns this week to check out the Season 1 episode Fire Across the Galaxy, the 13th “regular” episode in the series’ run, also the first season’s finale.

fatgkanan

(All we have to fear is fear itself. Oh, wait, not even that anymore.)

Join Johnathan, Berent, Nathan, Mark, and special guests Brock and Jerry as they discuss the episode. How well did this episode wrap up the first season? Were the reveals and twists effective? What does the inclusion of certain characters mean for the future of the series? All this and more in this episode of Rebels Roundtable

Download the MP3 of this episode HERE (right click, save as).

Connect with us:

Email: rebelsroundtable@starwarsfanworks.com

Facebook: Facebook.com/RebelsRoundtable

Twitter: Twitter.com/RebelsRound

Want to bookmark this site? Simply use RebelsRoundtable.com.

Want to subscribe? Do so on iTunes or with our Feedburner feed.

Rebel Resolve (or Homicidal Droid) – Rebels Roundtable #12

The Star Wars Report’s Rebels Roundtable takes on Rebel Resolve.

rebelsroundtable2

The Star Wars Report’s Rebels Roundtable returns this week to check out the Season 1 episode Rebel Resolve, the 12th “regular” episode in the series’ run.

bodycount

(Chopper is building up an impressive – and frightening – body count.)

Join Johnathan, Berent, Nathan, and Mark as they discuss the episode. Why does Chopper seem to be a homicidal maniac? Who do the hosts think Fulcrum might be (in this episode, recorded well before the finale aired and gave us the answer)? How well did this set up the season finale? All this and more in this episode of Rebels Roundtable

Download the MP3 of this episode HERE (right click, save as).

Connect with us:

Email: rebelsroundtable@starwarsfanworks.com

Facebook: Facebook.com/RebelsRoundtable

Twitter: Twitter.com/RebelsRound

Want to bookmark this site? Simply use RebelsRoundtable.com.

Want to subscribe? Do so on iTunes or with our Feedburner feed.

Call to Action (or Tarkin in Charge) – Rebels Roundtable #11

The Star Wars Report’s Rebels Roundtable takes on Call to Action.

rebelsroundtable2

The Star Wars Report’s Rebels Roundtable returns this week to check out the Season 1 episode Call to Action, the 11th “regular” episode in the series’ run.

tarkinguys

(“Aresko! Grint! Behind you!”)

Join Johnathan, Berent, Nathan, and Mark as they discuss the episode. What effect does Tarkin’s arrival have on the series? How does the Tarkin novel affect how viewers and readers perceive the character? How much does it suck to be an underling on Lothal now? All this and more in this episode of Rebels Roundtable

Download the MP3 of this episode HERE (right click, save as).

Connect with us:

Email: rebelsroundtable@starwarsfanworks.com

Facebook: Facebook.com/RebelsRoundtable

Twitter: Twitter.com/RebelsRound

Want to bookmark this site? Simply use RebelsRoundtable.com.

Want to subscribe? Do so on iTunes or with our Feedburner feed.

A Moff by any other name… (Stephen Stanton Returns) – SWR #157

Stephen Stanton joins the crew to discuss Tarkin, The Clone Wars, Rebels, the Story Group in action, and so much more! All on this week’s STAR WARS REPORT podcast! SWR 2 Continue reading