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ANNOUNCEMENT: Star Wars Report Launching “Star Wars Tonight” Podcast

I am beyond thrilled to make this announcement of the newest edition to the Star Wars Report family of podcasts!


From the creatives behind starwarsreport.com comes a brand-new nightly podcast counting down the last 30 days until Star Wars: The Force Awakens hits theaters.


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Relics of the Old Republic (or Walker vs. Walker) – Rebels Roundtable #19

The Star Wars Report’s Rebels Roundtable takes on Relics of the Old Republic.


The Star Wars Report’s Rebels Roundtable returns to check out the second true episode of Season 2, Relics of the Old Republic.


(The Good, the Insane, and the Easily-Forgiven)

Join Johnathan, Nathan, Berent, and Jen as they discuss the episode. What does Rex joining the Rebelliion mean for the series? How will Rex and Ahsoka’s dynamic change from that of The Clone Wars? Weren’t those AT-ATs really dang tall? All this and more in this episode of Rebels Roundtable

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On Rebels, Hera Gets the Episode She Deserves, and the One We Need

Hera Syndulla takes flight in the lesser known but beautiful B-Wing in this week’s episode of Star Wars Rebels, Wings of the Master, and I seriously do not know which of those things I’m more excited about.

Pictured: my brain

The winner, of course, has to be Hera – star of, if I’m not mistaken or currently having an aneurysm, the first episode centred around one of the female Spectres. But before I discuss the leader of the crew (don’t let that numbering of Spectre-2 deceive you), I’d like to discuss the second in command, Spectre-1. I think I may be having an aneurysm, after all.


In the beginning of the second season, Kanan very vocally resisted playing an active role in the larger rebellion, preferring to just help people here and there. This, for me, is the most memorable moment in his characterisation, and as such it bears repeating, because it encapsulates so much of what makes him tick.  A former Jedi who’s still Jedi-ing, who fought in a galaxy-spanning war but doesn’t want to do so again – yet, you know, still totally does. And in this episode he’s at it again, helping people, the hypocrite. Continue reading

CROSS Unveils a Collection of STAR WARS™ Fine Writing Instruments and Journals

Press Release:

In celebration of the timeless and iconic saga, CROSS has unveiled a new series of fine writing instruments and journals that capture the mythical and modern elements of the original Star Wars film trilogy.  With these one-of-a-kind, collectible writing instruments, CROSS is putting the force of fine writing, creativity and storytelling directly into the hands of Star Wars fans of all ages.


“This limited series of writing instruments and accessories reflects the CROSS values unmistakably shared by the creators of this iconic saga, which include the continued pursuit of greatness and the timeless value of thoughtful inspiration and innovation,” said Magnus Jonsson, Global CMO, A.T. CROSS.

Darth Vader

The series features some of the most iconic Star Wars characters, C-3PO, Darth Vader, and Stormtroopers. The Star Wars limited edition collection from the Townsend line is limited to 1977 units per character and features impeccable character details etched into the finish, enhancing its collectability and authenticity (MSRP, $450-$575).  The Click Star Wars Gel Ink Pen Collection symbolizes the dynamic spirit of each character and is the ideal pen for your everyday writing needs (MSRP, $45).  Last but not least, and designed to complement your Star Wars writing instrument, the Star Wars journal collection from the Jot Zone line is the perfect blank slate on which to journal your favorite Star Wars scene (MSRP, $40). Available this Fall, all are designed with CROSS timeless flair to suit the fancy of fans across the Star Wars universe.  The series can be purchased online at www.cross.com and at select retailers. Access the online store locator for more details.

STAR WARS and related properties are trademarks and/or copyrights, in the United States and other countries, of Lucasfilm Ltd. and/or its affiliates. © & TM Lucasfilm Ltd



The story of the CROSS brand begins in 1846 when artisan Richard Cross, in partnership with his son Alonzo Townsend Cross revolutionized fine writing instruments. Their early mark of entrepreneurial excellence included tools refined through more than 100 patents and accented by the spoils of the California gold rush. Still positioned to set the bar for what it means to symbolize achievement, human potential and usable luxury, CROSS seeks to provide those possessing extraordinary vision and a strong entrepreneurial spirit with the tools needed to make their mark.

How Feel You- TWL #155

WampasLair_SquareKarl and Jason discuss the new TFA tv spot and then kick into a topic about how each of the 6 saga films make them feel! Each movie is unique and each movie can give a different sort of feeling, so HOW FEEL YOU?!

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