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Rebels Review: Ezra and Zeb in Droids in Distress

Mitchell Stein: I couldn’t be more thrilled to see that Star Wars is back on television in animated series form once again, although not quite in any way we’ve ever experienced it before.

The series stars Ezra, a “street rat” who accidentally gets recruited along with a band of misfits who have the same mission as him as they rebel against the Imperial army and fight for justice. Although this series has no connection to any story arc in the ever expanding Star Wars universe, there hasn’t been one that felt so bound with the original trilogy in years. While The Clone Wars was great and fun, Star Wars Rebels takes the die-hard fans closer to the original trilogy and to many fans’ fondest films. It kind of bridges the arc between the two film trilogies, and along with The Clone Wars, really succeeds in it’s awesome story.

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2011 Year in Review, the Uhm, Other Stuff – SWBTF #4

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Welcome back to Star Wars Beyond the Films!

On this last 2011 year in review, Mark and Nathan discuss ebooks, video games, and the state of Star Wars. (Or is it E-books, eBooks or Ebooks?) Nathan enjoys Ebooks, and among those talked about in this episode was Lost Tribe of the Sith. Did you guys enjoy reading it? Or are eBooks not your thing?

They talk about Star Wars video games, and the fact that the MMO landscape has changed. The end of one era….

… and the beginning of a new one.

Nathan is rather burned out with Star Wars Lego games, but Mark still enjoys playing them with his son.

 

Did you know that “Bad purchases lead to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to the end!” You don’t want to turn into an evil wizard, do you? Do you!?

They talk about Star Tours!

They talk about all this and more! Enjoy listening!

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