This week Michael is joined by one of the local X-wing players and fellow ATL HWK Adam Davis. This is the first part of a two part episode discussing the current local meta and the many changes that have taken place for the game in the past two months. It can get pretty “Inside baseball” at times but hang tight scoundrels, there is a lot of good advice and information jam packed in this episode.
Review: Star Wars: Servants of the Empire: The Secret Academy by Jason Fry (or, Hogwartier Than Ever)
Before we begin, I wish for you to know that there will be spoilers. Not great ones, but still; spoilers in recap for the previous books. Minor spoilers for this book. Potential spoilers for series 2 of Star Wars: Rebels and potential spoilers for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
And might I add: whoah boy. Star Wars: Servants of the Empire: The Secret Academy by Jason Fry and published by Egmont, is the culmination of a four book series, following the lives of our heroes Zare Leonis and Merei (she has a last name, but none is required), and what a culmination indeed.
This week Michael and Bruce are joined by Mark Von Ohlen @darthvonohlen Brand Manager of Star Wars and Dr. Who at Topps trading cards to discuss some of the new and exciting products!
Collecting? Gaming? We have something for everyone in this Jammed packed episode where we discuss the old 77 star field cards, some of the Upcoming The Force Awakens Cards, Rebels, and Topps new collectible game Galactic Connexions!
Don’t know how to play Galactic Connections? That’s ok you can get caught up with these short tutorial videos below. And keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter page to find out how you can win Some of these Connexion discs of your own!
Review: Servants of the Empire: Imperial Justice by Jason Fry (or, The Expert Thumb Twiddler Finally Does Something)
I wish for it to be acknowledged that I am currently quite sick *coughs pointedly*. But I’m still here. This isn’t me being melodramatic* or wanting to illicit sympathy**. I say it because I want to convey how much I enjoyed Imperial Justice, the third book in the Servants of the Empire series by Jason Fry and published by Egmont, and how I wanted to write this review and convey my enthusiasm for it as quickly as possible and totally not because I very well might die soon***.
*Okay, maybe a little bit. I have been wandering around the house muttering in my deepest voice ‘I am vengeance. I am the night. I am Batman’, after all.
**Though a little wouldn’t hurt, is all I’m saying.
*** Okay, maybe a little melodramatic. Maybe.
So with that said, on to the review proper:
Be warned: mild spoilers for this book, and recapping spoilers for the previous book(s). Continue reading