Fictional moon-sized space station and superweapon
The new Force order: A Star Wars Podcast. Episode 181: The Emperor's old balls. Doc returned from The Empire Strips Back burlesque show minutes prior to recording this episode and has a full report on the show and the shenanigans that ensued. If you listen to one episode of this podcast make it this one! We had a death in the Star Wars family this week as Ray Stevenson has passed away. We talk about one line that if followed might have made the sequel trilogy better. There has been more chatter about KK and her inability to lead Disney. Mark Hamil has finally broken his silence about this legendary force kick in ROTJ. Will Tem Morrison be Capt Rex in Ahsoka? Seems like a slam dunk. Lots of Ahsoka news and some Mando season 4 news Is discussed. We also as usual go into some lists that we came across. Jump on the Death Star wrecking ball and take the journey with us. As usual email us at email@example.com
The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast - Vintage Sci-Fi Stories Every Week
For twenty long unholy years Hurtz, the pilot, dreamed of retirement ... and found his "acre of heaven" on a Death Star. Death Star by James McKimmey Jr., that's next on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, with at least one lost vintage sci-fi short story in every episode.We have several new 5 star ratings and reviews on Apple Podcasts. This was written by TCBermy, “Classics from the Masters. Great stories! I listen every week, sometimes the stories are shorts by a famous master of vintage Sci-Fi. Sometimes they are great stories by someone you never heard of. The narrator is perfect, I imagine sitting in front of a classic radio.” Thank you TCBermy!!And this from scifyfi, “Fantastic. The best stories with the absolute best reading. It's like an audio drama read by one person with voices to match many different characters. So glad I gave this a listen. Now it's all I listen too. Some episodes more than once.” Thank you scifyfi!!Your reviews on Apple Podcasts are greatly appreciated, if you haven't already been to Apple Podcasts to give us a review please do so.As TCBermy said in his review, “Sometimes they are great stories by someone you never heard of.” He just described James McKimmey Jr. He didn't write a lot of science fiction and he isn't very well known. Born in 1923 he grew up mostly in Red Cloud, Nebraska and then graduated from Omaha Central High School. After selling his first short story, he said, "I cared to do nothing as an occupation except write fiction."Turn to page 68 in the September 1953 edition of “Planet Stories magazine” Death Star by James McKimmey Jr.Next week on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, Bold and ruthless, he was famed throughout the System as a big-game hunter. From the firedrakes of Mercury to the ice-crawlers of Pluto, he'd slain them all. But his trophy-room lacked one item; and now Riordan swore he'd bag the forbidden game that roamed the red deserts ... a Martian! Duel on Syrtis by Poul AndersonThat's next week on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, with at least one lost vintage sci-fi short story in every episode.
The Force will be with you, always. Post Production Podcast concludes their month long dive into the Star Wars galaxy of movies. Reviewing episodes VII, VIII, and IX, this episode is more explosive than a Death Star with a faulty core reactor. Enjoy,
Welcome to Star Wars Reactions!This week, hosts Aaron Harris and David Modders are sitting down to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Return of the Jedi! For this anniversary special, they will discuss their thoughts on the movie, share their favorite memories, scenes, and more! Plus they discuss the recent articles from Star Wars Insider and the Star Wars official website about the movie. Make sure you hang out til the end for a special Star Wars Dad Joke of the Week!Episode 127 Talking Points:Ray Stevenson tragedyReturn of the Jedi intro and synopsisFavorite ScenesMessage from Chris MaestroFavorite Memories of the MovieFavorite Tracks from the John Williams SoundtrackMessage from Mary PerdueReturn of the Jedi Anniversary articlesStar Wars Insider #217Star Wars Insider #218StarWars.com Jedi at 40 seriesDavid's Return of the Jedi postsMessage from RuralFarmBoyFinal ThoughtsStar Wars Dad Joke of the WeekStar Wars Reactions: Elegant discussions for a more civilized age!Follow us on Twitter!Follow us on Facebook!Follow us on Instagram!Follow us on Pinterest!Subscribe on YouTube!Follow Aaron and David on Twitter!Follow David on Instagram!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3455852/advertisement
So Many Sequels: A Movie Podcast
David and Josh revisit one of the first movies ever covered on So Many Sequels: Return of the Jedi. The classic finale to the original Star Wars trilogy celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2023.---Join the So Many Sequels Pod Squad by supporting us on Patreon! Not only will you gain access to our exclusive Discord server to chat with us about movies, TV, and your favorite memes, but you'll also receive a personalized thank you video. We're always striving to offer an even better experience for our supporters.To stay up-to-date on all our episodes, subscribe on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Additionally, visit our website to see our full episode catalog and connect with us on our social media channels. Don't hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or feedback!
In a time of conflict, a group of unlikely heroes band together on a mission to steal the plans to the Death Star, the Empire's ultimate weapon of destruction.
Dave Humphreys asks, What Does Star Wars Mean To You? We capitalized every letter in that because that's the title of his very own podcast where he asks that very same question. This is one man's journey to destroy the Death Star or you know find out the impact this 40-plus year old film franchise has had on people, explore the importance of fandom, and discover the good in being a rebel and going against the establishment. This is Dave's third visit with us and dare we say our favorite one yet? We dare because it's all about marketing, people. 'Episode this like you will, yessss' - Yoda.
The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast - Vintage Sci-Fi Stories Every Week
Wives always try to cure husbands of bad habits, even on lonely asteroids! The Addicts by William Morrison, that's next on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, with at least one lost vintage sci-fi short story in every episode.The Lost Sci-Fi podcast has hit #2 on Apple Podcasts in the Cayman Islands, #3 in Belarus, and we've recently been #3 in Poland, Denmark, #6 in Brazil and #9 in Australia! Thanks to all our loyal listeners wherever you are. We have several more 5-star reviews on Apple Podcasts. This review comes from SasquatchSieber, “Best Classic Sci-Fi Out There! Greetings from Okinawa, Japan. I am hooked on this podcast! I love how the owner gives us history of the author. His voice is perfect for the stories! I have binge-listened to all the podcasts and now cannot wait for each weeks additions!” Thanks SasquatchSieber!And this 5 star rating and review comes to us from ThatsMeMomLetMeIn via Apple Podcasts Ukraine, “Always a highlight in my weekly listen. I don't remember how exactly I found this podcast, but I fell in love with it right away, probably after the first two paragraphs of the narrated story I listened to first. I have a rather big list of podcasts I'm subscribed to, but whenever I see an update from the Lost Sci-Fi, it immediately gets to the first position in my listening queue. Great selection of SciFi works, unparalled narration where everything only adds up to creating a very enjoyable listening experience: the narrator's deep and clear voice, just the right speed of the narration, and a perfect balance between narrating and voice acting. Are there any plans to include works originally written in languages other than English?” Thank you ThatsMeMomLetMeIn for your review. Most vintage sci-fi was written in English and then translated into foreign languages and distributed around the world. But who knows what the future holds? A free way to support The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast is by leaving a five-star rating and review on Apple Podcasts. It's a chance to tell us what you love about the show and it helps others discover us. And you can also give us a 5-star rating on Spotify, as 19 others have done so far, if you think we deserve a 5-star rating of course.Author William Morrison, who was really Joseph Samachson, has been on our podcast 4 times before today. He also wrote comic books, and he created the Martian Manhunter. You can find out more about Joseph Samachson aka William Morrison in the episode which featured two of his stories, “Unwelcomed Visitor and Spoken For”.Morrison also wrote under the pen name Brett Sterling. His work, as Sterling, appeared in the Spring 1943 issue of “Captain Future – Man of Tomorrow”. You'll find his book length novel, “Worlds to Come” in that issue and I've included a link to it in the description. It's the first time we've done that so please let me know if you like it. email@example.comThe link https://s3.us-west-1.wasabisys.com/luminist/SF/CF_1943_1.pdfYou'll find today's story in the January 1952 issue of Galaxy Science Fiction Magazine. Turn to page 122 forThe Addicts by William Morrison...Next week on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, For twenty long unholy years Hurtz, the pilot, dreamed of retirement ... and found his "acre of heaven" on a Death Star. Death Star by James McKimmey Jr.That's next week onThe Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, with at least one lost vintage sci-fi short story in every episode.
That math doesn't add up. National holidays and celebrity birthdays. Border surge report. AI is scary. Death Star bill. Plus local news and sports.
After rescuing Han Solo from Jabba the Hutt, the Rebels attempt to destroy the second Death Star, while Luke struggles to help Darth Vader back from the dark side.JJ talks the little know Star Wars Ring Theory. Alec confuses this movie with An Ewok Adventure. Mattson questions the power of a teddy bear.Support us:https://www.patreon.com/whatsourverdictEmail us: firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow us:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whatsourverdictTwitter: @whatsourverdictInstagram: @whatsourverdictYouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UC-K_E-ofs3b85BnoU4R6liAVisit us:www.whatsourverdict.com
Feeney has a gig and he's bragging all about it, and hopes to be a backup singer for Fozzy; How many people died on the Death Star when the rebels blew it up? Rich becomes problematic with terrible accent impersonations; Feeney needs new glasses to help with his pink eye, Rich has heat with Oakley and who the hell is Clark Howard? The wonderful feeling of cleaning your ears; Why Feeney hates the Internet; Raven is being talked about on Reddit; The funniest thing Kevin Nash has ever said; The funny tricks memory plays on us and friends; The greatness of Tommy Rich; Fanmail and of course, all the usual perversions. Follow the guys on Twitter!Raven - @theRavenEffectRich - @RichBocchiniFeeney - @jffeeney3rdGet Raven trading cards by going to beaujay.com - buy early and oftenAsk Danna on ebay is selling a bunch of Raven's old comics and other goods, go buy Raven's stuff. Check out the store at https://www.ebay.com/str/askdannaHave Raven say things that you want him to say, either for yourself or for someone you want to talk big-game shit to by going to www.cameo.com/ravenprime1If you want all the uncensored goodness AND watch The Raven Effect, sign up for Patreon by going to www.patreon.com/TheRavenEffect it's only $5 a month!
Peter Anthony Holder's "Stuph File"
The Stuph File Program Featuring Daniel Kalla, author of Fit To Die; weight loss coach, Frank Kermit; & science writer Andrew Fazekas, author of National Geographic Backyard Guide to the Night Sky and National Geographic's Stargazer Atlas: The Ultimate Guide To The Night Sky Download Medical thriller writer, Dr. Daniel Kalla, talks about his latest novel called Fit To Die. It deals with some of the deadly diet pills that are actually out there in a story that is literally ripped from the headlines. Frank Kermit, who is a relationship coach that we've had on the program several times over the years, has a new coaching service that is near and dear to his heart. He's now a certified weight loss coach, after he himself lost over 200 pounds. Science writer, Andrew Fazekas, The Night Sky Guy, author of National Geographic Backyard Guide to the Night Sky and National Geographic's Stargazer Atlas: The Ultimate Guide To The Night Sky, talks about the high-definition footage we'll have from the lunar surface when NASA gets back to the Moon; how Europe wants its own satellite system to compete with SpaceX; a Death Star devouring a planet and more. Now you can listen to selected items from The Stuph File Program on the new audio service, Audea. A great way to keep up with many of the interviews from the show and take a trip down memory lane to when this show began back in 2009, with over 750 selections to choose from! This week's guest slate is presented by Larry Martos, who is an IT Support Specialist working for Heyday by Hootsuite, and back in the day he was one of my radio producers, known as Admiral Larry on my old radio show.
In this episode we discuss lots. From Celopatra to aliens. We touch on supply and demand theories, discuss the correlation between the Death Star and the moon. Apparently, Bridgerton and Queen Charlotte is the shit. There's a dose of American history and a Disney princess face off. You're welcome. Also, POV is not always your friend. Oh and ugly bit*ches f*ck great!!
Mollie is back on the pod as we discuss the new medical diagnosis that hinged on whether or not she urinated herself, as well as her striking with the WGA. And I come across maybe the ugliest house I've ever seen in one of America's most expensive neighborhoods. Click here to listen to the latest episode of Papa's Basement in your browser. Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Stitcher YouTube Follow this episode's cast on Twitter and Instagram: Mollie Heckerling - Twitter - @MollieSchmollie, Instagram - @MollieHeckerling John Papageorgiou - Twitter - @PapasBasement, Instagram - @PapasBasement
Ezra and Sabine steal a TIE Defender Elite which leads to the discovery of Loth-wolves on Lothal and a greater discussion of the TIE Defender project. In this fully armed and operational episode, we discuss: Sabine's decision to steal the flight recorder from the TIE Defender Elite, Ezra's discovery of the loth-wolf, The white loth-cat, whether it is force sensitive, and what it symoblizes, The approach of the white loth-wolf, Early theories of what the loth-wolf was when this episode first debuted, Ezra's discussion with Kanan about the loth-wolf, and The competition between the TIE Defender project and the Death Star. You can find our last discussion of Rebels in episode 566. Thanks for joining us for another episode! Subscribe to Podcast Stardust for all your Star Wars news, reviews, and discussion wherever you get your podcasts. And please leave us a five star review on Apple Podcasts. Find Jay and her cosplay adventures on J.Snips Cosplay on Instagram. Follow us on social media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube. T-shirts, hoodies, stickers, masks, and posters are available on TeePublic. Find all episodes on RetroZap.com.
Missing Real with Mike D'Arrigo
The original (and arguably, the best) "conclusion" to the Skywalker saga (lookin' at you, Episode IX!), 1983's near-perfect Star Wars episode VI (that's "6" to anyone unfamiliar with Roman numerals in this day and age) was a pretty satisfying wrap-up to the cliffhanger ending of The Empire Strikes Back. After a 3 year wait, we finally got to see the fate of our heroes and were introduced to some new, dreaded characters to boo at (Jabba, The Emperor, Ewoks). While somewhat lacking in imagination (another Death Star? Really?), and peddling in soft-core space porn (Slave Leia), Jedi ultimately delivered the goods and remains an essential part of our favorite space adventure franchise. With or without "Yub Nub". Join me, and I will complete your training. This podcast is a blast. Or maybe...it's a trap!
Regenerative tourism amid 10 million visitors; Keck Observatory and the discovery of a Death Star; National Portrait Gallery's 1898 exhibit and the Kūʻē Petitions
Everyone is a Critic Movie Review Podcast
New Movies: Sisu - When an ex-soldier who discovers gold in the Lapland wilderness tries to take the loot into the city, Nazi soldiers led by a brutal SS officer battle him. Polite Society - Ria Khan believes she must save her older sister Lena from her impending marriage. After enlisting her friends' help, she attempts to pull off the most ambitious of all wedding heists in the name of independence and sisterhood. Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret - When her family moves from the city to the suburbs, 11-year-old Margaret navigates new friends, feelings, and the beginning of adolescence. Undisputed Classic Return of the Jedi - After rescuing Han Solo from Jabba the Hutt, the Rebels attempt to destroy the second Death Star, while Luke struggles to help Darth Vader back from the dark side. 1993 - Bound By Honor, The Night We Never Met, Splitting Heirs, Three of Hearts Next Week - Guardians of the Galaxy Volumer 3 Classic - Scotland PA 1993 - American Heart, Dave, Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, Much Ado About Nothing, My Neighbor Totoro Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/criticspod Teepublic: https://www.teepublic.com/user/criticspod?utm_source=designer&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=reAEYmh6vUY YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnFNiCSoEAfk7Y3C8sfoTRw/videos Jeff's Art: https://jefflassiter.com/home.html Sean's Reviews: https://seanatthemovies.blogspot.com/?fbclid=IwAR2JISOf6B0anoWaKj1Lipb6cptYzKeIBEGxmQBeXIXB2LEYbcbvLhs8OjU
Chrysanthe covers minutes 121-125, answers listener questions, and shares their 30 takeaways, trends, surprises, and highlights from The Empire Strikes Back season of Star Wars Music Minute. This is part 1 of a 2-part season finale!
MAY THE FOURTH BE WITH YOU!In this episode of "I FREAKING LOVE THAT MOVIE", Robert Fike and Andrew Sears, travel to galaxy far, far away in Rogue One: A Star Wars StoryWhether it's the the fandom around the movie OR the moments we FREAKING LOVED, there's something here for everyone. And if you already love STAR WARS, you're going to FREAKING LOVE this episode!- ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY -Set a week before Star Wars, the plot follows a group of rebels who band together to steal plans of the Death Star, the ultimate weapon of the Galactic Empire.Where can you find Rogue One - A Star Wars Story:- Find it on Disney+- Rent it anywhere you rent movies!Follow Andak Media (@AndakMedia), Rob Fike (@robfike), and Andrew Sears (@searsandrew) for even more banter and love for movies! Also, follow our special guest this episode Jon Pyle (@jonpyle)!!Andak MediaThis podcast is a part of the Andak Media podcasting family. Check out even more podcasts about movies, as well as some pretty fantastic board games at: https://andak.us/Join Our Patreon To Show Your Supporthttps://www.patreon.com/andakThis podcast was produced by Andak Media. Andak is dedicated to helping creatives find community and support for their creative passions. You can find more info about Andak Media at andak.us. If you've enjoyed our content, you can offer support on Patreon at patreon.com/andak. We offer perks for all of our patrons, including excuslive podcast episodes, podcast episode polls, monthly AMAs, and exclusive patron-only merchandise.Support the show
The Galactic Empire is building another Death Star, and our Rebel Alliance led by Luke, Leia, Han, and Lando are going to have to pull out all the stops to take out the new superweapon, to redeem Darth Vader, and to save the Galaxy! This week we head to the Forest Moon of Endor to mix up a tiki drink from Oga's Cantina and chat about the EPIC conclusion of the original Star Wars trilogy! Join us for speeder bike chases, Jabba the Hutt, space battles, redemption, family, and a chat about Return of the Jedi! This week's cocktail comes from Wishes and Wayfinding! https://www.patreon.com/drinkthemovies https://www.instagram.com/drinkthemovies/ https://twitter.com/drinkthemovies https://www.facebook.com/drinkthemovies https://www.drinkthemovies.com https://discord.gg/fsdW2QqqpS *Please Drink Responsibly*
Listen now (2 min) | While the Powers That Be constantly warn us about foreign threats to our democracy from Russian trolls, TikTok, etc. – there is scant coverage of an actual assault on our people’s democratic liberties by forces on our own soil.
"It is a period of civil war. Rebel spaceships, striking from a hidden base, have won their first victory against the evil Galactic Empire. During the battle, Rebel spies managed to steal secret plans to the Empire's ultimate weapon, the DEATH STAR, and space station with enough power to destroy an entire planet." - Sound […]
In this week's episode of the Last Call Trivia Podcast, we're celebrating the upcoming May the 4th holiday with a themed game of Star Wars Trivia! To help the team on their mission, we're joined by special guest Brian Silliman, co-host of the Star Wars podcast, Return of the Pod.Round OneOur Star Wars-themed game blasts off with a Controversy Trivia question about the bounty hunter involved in the infamous “Han shot first” controversy.Next up, an Opening Crawls Trivia question challenges the Team to identify the film in which the opening crawl begins with the word “War” followed by an exclamation mark.The first round concludes with a Voices Trivia question about the person who provided the original voice of Yoda.Bonus QuestionIn today's Bonus Question, the Team is asked to guess how many total times Dooku's name is mentioned in Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith.Round TwoThe second round kicks off with a Characters Trivia question about the character that is the first to utter the famous “I have a bad feeling about this” line in Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.Next, we have an Origins Trivia question about the home planet of one of the franchise's most iconic characters.Round Two concludes with a Quotes Trivia question about the last words heard before the first Death Star explodes.Final QuestionWe've reached the Final Question of the game, and today's category of choice is Ships. Who's ready to pilot the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy?The Trivia Team is given a list of four ships and asked to place them in order of maximum speed in atmosphere from slowest to fastest, according to the Star Wars book, Super Graphic: A Visual Guide to a Galaxy Far, Far Away.Hey Trivia fans, we'd love to hear what you think about the Last Call Trivia Podcast! Share your thoughts with us in this short survey: https://forms.gle/9f5HqDV5CLPWkjoZ9To learn more about how Last Call Trivia can level up your events, visit lastcalltrivia.com/shop today!
May the 4th be with you! As always, May 4 is the unofficial holiday dedicated to the "Star Wars" franchise. Co-hosts Bruce Miller and Terry Lipshetz talk about the classic movies and new TV shows, which include the recent end of the third season of "The Mandalorian" and the second season of "The Bad Batch" plus the upcoming "Ahsoka" series. They also discuss the three new movies that were recently announced at Star Wars Celebration Europe 2023 in London by Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy. James Mangold, Dave Filoni and Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy were selected to direct the films. There weren't many details, but Mangold's film will look at the early years of the Jedi. Filoni's movie is expected to tie together the various Disney+ series he's involved with and Obaid-Chinoy's movie will feature Daisy Ridley, who returns to the role of Rey from the sequel trilogy. After "Star Wars," the discussion shifts to the more serious topic of the World War II and the Holocaust. National Geographic launches a new limited series on May 1 called "A Small Light" that follows Miep Gies (Bel Powley) and her husband Jan (Joe Cole), who were critical in the hiding of the Frank family from the Nazis. REVIEW: 'A Small Light' offers new take on Holocaust experience The show also stars Liev Schreiber as Otto Frank, Amira Casar as Edith Frank, Billie Boullet as Anne Frank and Ashley Brooke as Margot Frank. Miller has an interview with Powley and Cole, who talk about taking on the roles and how the themes translate to modern times. Where to watch Watch all the "Star Wars" movies and television shows on Disney+ "A Small Light" on National Geographic and Disney+ Stars Wars & Lucasfilm Rumors In the episode we briefly discuss rumors and speculation about the future of shows and movies from Lucasfilm, which is owned by Disney. Further details to read and watch: SWCE 2023: Three New Star Wars Movies Announced from StarWars.com. Indiana Jones Series Canceled At Disney Plus from Cosmic Book News. ‘Willow' Canceled After One Season On Disney+ from Deadline Victoria Alonso FIRED by Marvel, SNEIDER'S STAR WARS SCOOPS, John Wick 4 Review - THE HOT MIC from YouTuber John Rocha Disney Big Plan To FIRE Kathleen Kennedy! This Is New Now! The Good & The Bad (Star Wars Explained) from YouTuber Mike Zeroh WILL Kathleen Kennedy be Fired Next? BOB IGER RE-HIRED AS DISNEY CEO from YouTuber Star Wars Theory Kathleen Kennedy REVEALS Rey Movie Plot and Luke's Return - My Thoughts from YouTuber Star Wars Theory About the show Streamed & Screened is a podcast about movies and TV hosted by Bruce Miller, a longtime entertainment reporter who is now the editor of the Sioux City Journal in Iowa and Terry Lipshetz, a senior producer for Lee Enterprises based in Madison, Wisconsin. Episode transcript Note: The following transcript was created by Adobe Premiere and may contain misspellings and other inaccuracies as it was generated automatically: Welcome to another episode of streamed and screened and entertainment podcasts about movies and TV. I'm Terry Lipshetz, a senior producer at Lee Enterprises and the co-host of the program, a Padawan, if you will, to Bruce Miller, Jedi Master of entertainment journalism and editor of the Sioux City Journal. Bruce, it's a little early, but May the Fourth be with you! You should have said Yoda, because, you know, I'm that old. I had it in the script. I was going to call you Yoda, but I didn't want you to feel that way. I am so Yoda. It's ridiculous. That's it's is apt and it's fitting and it's me. Plus, if I were collecting anything, it would be Yoda. Got to love Yoda. Always one of my favorite characters. And he didn't show up right away. He wasn't in the first one. The second one? Yeah. Yeah. And I remember now. Okay, so this. This shows you how old I am when they did a big reveal on Yoda for Empire Strikes Back. It was a special press kit that was just about Yoda, and it had a picture and I mean, it was quite the big deal. I remember getting it in the mail and it's like, Oh, what have we got here? This is really great. But I remember back with Star Wars, we didn't know what it was. We had no clue. You know, they talked about serials, they talked about Westerns. They talked about all these things. But when until you saw Star Wars, you weren't really sure what this thing was. And I went to a screening of Star Wars back in. Yes, 1977. And I was unsure the place was packed. And I remember a woman in the in the audience screaming out, Ooh, that Wookie. He's really cute. And so that's what I remember about the first time. I also remember that the vehicles didn't look like they had wheels or they touched to the ground. I thought that was really cool. But it did feel like you were dropped into a world that you had no idea what was going on. It's really amazing when you look back at the Times. I mean, today movies are so overboard with CGI and animation and green screens and everything. The fact that they were able to do a space Western because that's really what it was, you know, you equated it to a Western, but even George Lucas thought of it as a space weren't Western. And it's amazing that they were able to do what they were able to do back in 1977. When was the last time you've seen the original one? A couple of years, probably. You know, it's one of those things that it shows up on TNT all the time. Or my daughter, who's a really So I've got twin girls, but one of them is just hardcore Star Wars like I am. So she'll have it on from time to time. So I'll sit down and watch a little bits of it. But what disappoints me though, these days is they effectively retired the original cuts at the movies and they went to the special editions from the 1990s. But even though those were cleaned up, you still have those elements from the original. Yeah, that the sets are kind of wonky I think when you're running down the hallway and you think, I think I've seen that hallway, it looks very familiar. Well it probably was right when we had it here with a symphony underneath it where they did a live the live score and it's very fascinating. But it was an older version. So you got a chance to kind of delight in in those kind of simpler things. And I think it works better. I don't think you should have messed with that stuff. I thought you should have left it alone because it is a piece of its time, you know? But hey, if you're George Lucas, you do what you want. You can you can do that. Absolutely. So it's, you know, with the I guess, the unofficial holiday, May the fourth with Star Wars. Just thought we would talk a little bit. There's there is some news kind of out there with Star Wars. So we just wrapped the third season of The Mandalorian. We do have the new show, Ahsoka coming up in August. We also wrapped season two, the bad batch, around the same time as Mando. There's another series called The Acolyte, which is due sometime next year. It takes place in what's called the High Republic era, which is is leading into that prequel trilogy that George did in the early turn of the century. And there's some other things kind of coming along, too. But we also had the Andor series last fall, which did very well, Obi-Wan Kenobi, which was kind of mixed reception on that. So there's there's a lot going on. But they just had the Star Wars celebration in Europe a couple of weeks ago in London. And Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy announced three new films. One is going to star Daisy Ridley as Rey. So she's going to reprise her role that she brought forth in the three most recent films from that new trilogy. There's going to be one that takes place in The New Republic, which is post Return of the Jedi. But before the the Rey version comes up. So this is basically taking the the shows that we see on Disney Plus now, and they're going to somehow intersect into some sort of film. And then there's going to be another film that's going to look at the Dawn of the Jedi in the New Republic. So that's kind of what's that's what's on the horizon. There's been some speculation I don't know how much you follow on this, that Disney isn't particularly happy with the direction of Star Wars because the idea originally was they bought it. They want movies coming out left and right. Some of those did very well. Some of them didn't sit so well with the fans. And there's been some rumors out there in the Star Wars universe that maybe Kathleen Kennedy's job is is on the line. If she doesn't produce another Star Wars movie. Her contract, I guess, is up in 2024 and allegedly an ultimate aim was place that they need to have a movie out by 2025. So it's an interesting thing. You've got this huge series, this huge enterprise. I mean, it's a it's a behemoth of when you compare it with all these other tent pole type of, you know, DC Marvel and all these that are continuously putting out films and Star Wars, they kind of sputtered a little bit, but they're still doing very well with the TV programs, it seems. Yeah, I think there are too many things out there. I really do. We waited so long just to get Star Wars films that now they have a glut of them. I, I don't know that that's in their own best interest is I know they want money. I know they're there. There's really we've got to get more money out of this. How can we get more money out of this? Let's do this. Let's do that. Come on, we'll have it. Yeah, yeah, let's do TV. Let's do a podcast. Or how about, you know, and it's just this whole range of stuff and there is a limit to it because if you are new to any kind of franchise, you may not go in, you may not be interested in that because it's too much to learn. I know that was the case with Marvel. People thought that they couldn't get into that world if they hadn't started from the beginning and they need to be a little better about their standalone Star Wars films. And I really think that's where you could fall into Quentin Tarantino's The People who are kind of a marquee name, and let's see what they would do with it. It doesn't necessarily have to follow everything, or it could just be people who were around during the same era but aren't caught up with this this fighting good against evil. Maybe there were people who didn't pay attention at all in Star Wars land to what was going on. You know, was there a PTA meeting going on somewhere? Could that have sparked something? Who knows? And then, you know, they never really do want to toy with anything beyond a PG 13. Why can't there be an R-rated Star Wars film? Yeah, that would be an interesting one. I mean, you can you can maybe get to I mean, it is it's space war. So you could take up the violence level a little bit and maybe and they did it with with the comic book movies. You do have a couple that have gone beyond PG. PG 13, right? It's possible. But you see, it's Disney. So there are kind of those those boundaries that are put into play that I think hinder what they can do. So I. Hey, Kathleen, I'm with you. You just sit there and say, you know what, We can't do everything, but let's try something and let it be standalone. It doesn't shouldn't have to be part of the trilogy for anything that, you know, the how I feel about those I do not want to have to worry about. I've seen too I die and I don't get the third one. That's ridiculous. But you can easily be in that world and still still show us what's what's going on. I'm with you with the standalone movies. I thought that Rogue One is perhaps one of the best movies, Star Wars movies of all time. And it's because, you know, we knew what was going to happen, because we knew that it led up to the original 1977 Star Wars with the Death Star. So we knew going in the movie is basically about them stealing the plans to the Death Star. It was a great movie from start to finish and it's kind of followed through now with Andor the series where, you know, you can only do a couple of seasons of that because eventually there's an end point, right? So I think they really did a great job with that. I'm kind of hopeful that with James Mangold, maybe that's that director that they're bringing in, like you suggest, because he's doing the new Indiana Jones movie, The of Destiny. But he's done Ford versus Ferrari. He did Logan, He did The Wolverine. He did the Johnny Cash biopic Walk the Line. So he's done a lot of different films and he is an A-list director, so they can bring him. He's got that star power, and it's a little bit different than even when they had Ron Howard, who of course, is a giant in directing because he was brought in to rescue the the Han Solo movie, which was kind of fallen apart. So, you know, here they're going to let him do it from the scratch. I agree to that. I don't want a trilogy every single time, especially after the newer trilogy, which I thought was a bit of a disaster because it was so disjointed. Right, Right. Well, if you look back at the original, the whatever the you call those first three films, George Lucas handed the reins over to Lawrence Kasdan after the the first one and said, You write this thing, let's see what's going on here. And I think those new ideas are what helped keep it fresh and keep it going instead of this huge book that somebody has to go, Well, wait a minute now, according to chapter 33 here, you're not supposed to do this. It's chaos. And I think that's why I've turned off from for Marvel. I really don't want to have to try and remember something that happened in or films prior to this one. Yeah, I think Star Trek had a little problem with that as well, where they're, you know, they're trying to many worlds. And now where are they? I really don't know where Remember the the kind of reboot with Chris Pine? Is that going anywhere? Is that going to be something more or are we going back and looking at old characters like Picard? You know, what is that? And I think it becomes a thing when money people are making decisions and their demanding things by a certain time because they've got to meet a budget or we need to make so much money by this date that it kind of spoils the creativity of the whole thing. Well, that's kind of the thought, too, with where, you know, if those rumors are true, that that Kathleen Kennedy's job may hinge on on a film. Is it or bringing back more films, is that you've got the money people. It isn't just about the storytelling when when Lucasfilm was that standalone company because even if you go back to that original trilogy, the first Star Wars movie, if that thing bombed, it ended. You didn't need to wait for two more movies because it had a beginning, a middle and an end. And at that end, you could have been like, okay, we're good. I don't need to see anything ever again. But they came back with Empire and then return. And I think the other piece of it too, is even though he did hand it off to other directors to kind of tell a story, he was still part of the storytelling process. So it was his concept where he worked with other writers and directors on the finer points, which I think in comparison to the new trilogy, J.J. Abrams was there. I know he was the executive producer on the second one, but he kind of stepped way too far away. And the movie went in a totally different direction. And then he had to come back to kind of rescue the third one, and it just turned into, I guess, a bit of a hot mess. But yeah, you know, Disney, there were rumors that they were going to do an Indiana Jones series on Disney Plus and that has kind of been put on hold. And Willow, I didn't even get a chance to see this Willow series on Disney Plus. And apparently season two was canceled because they're like going all in with the Lucasfilm stuff back into Star Wars. And because that is that is the franchise out of Lucasfilm. So it'll be interesting to see where that goes. The interesting selection and directors of these movies is Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy. She is a two time Oscar winner because she won Oscars for documentaries, but she's attached to the film. A little bit of an unknown, but I guess her star has been on the rise because she's done some directing work on the Mrs. Marvel series. Thoughts on her documentaries and short subjects are kind of the gateway to getting into bigger pictures. So she was probably tested through these kinds of things. She has a very female perspective, a feminist perspective that might help play well with something that's seen as a very kind of boys club. And it gives an opportunity for the Star Wars universe to kind of crack open to other stories that could be told, because I think we've kind of worn out our welcome with some of these father son things. I don't think we need to go into that a little more. But she might bring us a whole new a whole new world of of opportunity. And it would be interesting to see what happens. You know, I want to see what are what people are doing in other parts of that universe. And I don't know that we've necessarily seen that they're also caught up with this rebel forces kind of thing. And really, though there have to be it's like today there are people that you can't ask anything about the news because they don't watch the news. They don't listen to the news, they don't read the news. And those are people with a story to to tell. And how do they do it? I think sometimes we get a little too caught up in the mainstream of what people are talking about or what influencers are telling us. We should talk about that. We don't realize that there's a whole subset of people out there talking about nothing that relates to that. So this thing is one of those things. I think he made an interesting point to about a different perspective, because for me, as somebody 47 year old man who grew up on Star Wars when I was a kid, the boys like Star Wars and most of the girls like something completely different. You know, you had some some girls liked it, but it was a boy's club. And I think they really tried to expand it and attract a much wider audience. Now, I think to my daughter, who's 12, who absolutely loves Star Wars, she wants to watch the shows every single week. And if you ask her who her favorite characters are, it's Rey, it's Ahsoka Tano. It's these newer characters that they introduced that have expanded the universe to just more than boys and men. And the Jedi can be a girl, you know, A Jedi can be a woman. Look at how animation was largely seen as, you know, female driven. It always has to have a heroine who falls in love and gets out of her situation. And then they realized, Wait a minute, we've got some boys out there that might be interested in watching animation. And they did do a shift and there were some male kind of dummy and Star Wars was pushed them. They were the ones who said, Get over there, come on, you got to do some male animated films. And we're seeing them now. So I think same thing could happen with Star Wars. So once again, may the force be with you, Bruce, but we'll turn our attention now to a much more serious job and anybody. I do. Yeah. You also on April 20th, one two on people at 420. Yeah we're not not in Wisconsin. I'm based in Wisconsin. That stuff's not that's not going to talk that way, right? Yeah, not here. Not at our borders. That is correct. No, but we're we're going to shift over to a little bit more serious topic now and one based in actual reality coming back from science fiction into history. A slight bit of research. Is that sound like enough? No, sir. But there have been Holocaust films since the early 1940s, 1940 was the first time they ever mentioned a concentration camp in a film. Since that time there has been a Holocaust related film. Every year. It's interesting to see that that's that's lasting like that, but it's one of those things that you need to remind people because otherwise they're going to say it didn't happen. And I think a lot of times you'll see in the documentary categories of the Academy Awards, there will be something about someone. Now that generation is dying out. There aren't many more Holocaust survivors around who can remember what went on or what happened. But what we're finding now is that people are kind of stretching their their boundaries of what stories they already know. And one of those ones is a diary man. Frank, That was a huge, huge, huge book. And it was taught in schools. I don't know if it still is because I don't know if it's on a list somewhere. And then they say we can't teach that one in schools. But it was what a girl viewed the Holocaust situation like. She was hidden in an attic over her father's business. And they couldn't leave. They couldn't go anywhere. And they had their own kind of world, if you will, hoping that somebody they could get out because the Nazis wanted to do something with them, i.e. they wanted to kill them. And so we saw that perspective on the Anne Frank story. We saw her perspective because her father saved the diaries and brought them and said, you know, is this something we could publish? Is there something here so that people know what went on in our world? And now there is a new limited series called A Small Light, which focuses on Miep Gies. Yes. Miep was a secretary of Otto Frank, who was the one who helped him during all of this. She, he said, would you help me get things to my family? Can you be there for us? And will you promise not to tell anybody? In retrospect, meet said, You know, I didn't do anything. It was a small light that I was able to turn on in a dark room and it what she tells us is that there are things we can do, things that maybe we should be looking at now in our own world, where we can make a difference in somebody's life. And we see this with bullying in schools. We see this with loudmouth politicians who are shouting each other down and for no good reason. They're they're sideswiped by people who never asked for this kind of attention. And it becomes a very volatile situation that we don't need to live in. And I think what this limited series tells us is that there are little things we can do along the way that can make somebody else's life a little easier. And why are we doing that? Why am I standing by and not saying, you know what, you're a bully and you need to stop this right now? I always had parents who would stop me and they would say, You are not doing that. We do not do those kinds of things. You are not going to bully somebody. But today it seems like we're a parentless society where nobody tells the people who are in authority or power, you can't do that. You can't treat people like they're somehow lesser than you. You can't make fun of them because why? What are you gaining by that? You're doing nothing. So this is this miniseries here at Roundabout Way. This was me on a soapbox. Did you see that? Dare you to just get the idea that picked up on it. The series lets us know that there are little things we can do, and I think it reminds us that we don't have to be some Schindler's List rescuer kind of person. We don't need to be that guy who runs in, saves a bunch of people, and then you're considered, Yeah, that's what we need to do. It can be something as simple as maybe talking to somebody else, maybe comforting someone during a tough situation. Maybe it's bringing food to somebody. You know, it's so, so simple. And this is a very slow kind of building Mini-Series I'm not saying it's a slow miniseries because it's not, but you see how she grows, how meat grows in the process of all of this. I think it's fascinating. It's one of the best things that we've seen on TV this year. And it starts May 1st, I believe it is is the first first two episodes, and it's eight episodes in all. I got a chance to talk to Bell Powley, who plays Miep Gies, and Joe Cole, who plays her husband, Jan. For them, they were you know, they weren't filled in on what their story was until they started researching it. And interestingly enough, and you'll hear this is that they did not realize that John didn't talk about it. He really did not want people to know his part because he didn't think it was that important. And Miep didn't write a book until many, many years later talking about what she did in all of this. So it's a fascinating, fascinating story. I think you'll be really taken in by it. And you'll also see how contempt jury they are. You know, it's not like the when we see a film that's set in another era, you go, oh, they're old timey people and they just do old timey things, right? And they wear old timey clothes. And these are like so contemporary. You think, I think I could hang with these people. I think these are people that I would like to be around. And that's where sometimes when they do do films about these things, they tend to take away that kind of humanness and they want to set them up on a pedestal and make them something other than real people. And this is one that shows you the real people behind the story. All right. So let's go to that interview and then we'll come back and wrap up the show during this. When did you guys say, could I do what they did? Was there a point in when in the making of this where you thought, do I have what it takes to do what these two did to hide people, to kind of divert people? I think that's what's important about the show. Hopefully it's going to make a lot of people think, could I do what they did? Because it's about two very ordinary people. It's not big sweeping historical statement or like larger than life characters. These are literally just two young people who are going about their lives. You ended up doing really, really extraordinary thing, and they have the same attributes that loads of young people have. I mean, they were newly married. They love going out dancing like she was a big party girl and then their lives were turned upside down when they made this really heroic decision to have hired these eight people. So hopefully it will make lots of viewers think, would I be able to see this Is your answer? Yes. Or is it? I really would. It's hard to. That's such a hard question to answer because it's so late. You just sound like such an arrogant, provocative. So, yeah, I mean, I think what they did was so extraordinary and so incredible. You know, I, you know, thankfully will never be put in that position, you know? But what one kind of a role models for you. But, you know, one incredible thing they did is I see today that there are parallels because, you know, and you go, well, why am I not stepping out of my comfort zone and just saying something to people, say, you know, you're wrong. Yeah. But it's also, you know, the show's called a small light because, I mean, famous quote, anyone, no matter who you are, can turn on a small light in a dark room so anybody can do a little something for somebody. So I'd like to think I could definitely do a little something for somebody. You know. And what they did was was a little something. Somebody turned out to be a huge, huge thing. And they represent a huge number of people also doing that all over all over Europe. You know, they weren't the only ones. I remember seeing another movie about this, and I think I did interview me to really? Really. Yeah. And I did. Really? Yes. Yeah. It was a TV movie that they had done, and I think Mary Steenburgen played her. Yeah. And I don't remember her being as playful as you are in this. Well, obviously, it's in Tony and Joan's take on her and that and that writing of her. But I read her book and Frank remembered a few times that was kind of my main source of research. And her voice really does come out in that book and she does talk like you get the sense that she was quite cheeky and playful and she talks about how much she loves going out dancing and partying with her friends and how she found her husband so attractive. And, you know, the funny kind of conversations she had with Ann. So and then obviously that filtered through Joan Rita, our writer's voice. She very much has those sentiments herself and then filtered through mine. Our take on her is that But I do believe that she was right. That was their relationship a true love thing, or did it grow into a love? It's interesting question, isn't it? I feel that was true. A true love. Yeah. Because because they there was this huge barriers in that way. You know, y'all was married previously me did was wasn't married at 20 sort of into her mid twenties was read at that time and sort of spoke about how she could have gotten her brother come out and she could have got a man who would that and talks about not wanting family and doing things that, you know, possibly do anything in a very different way to how they would have done things in those in those times. There's a there's a there's a process of how how you live your life. You have kids early. You get married, you stay at home. So she's doing things very differently. And John was previously married. So I think that I think definitely that it's more romantic because they really wanted to make this work. And and he had to divorce his partner and all the rest of it. It's like it's a social faux pas. Those things. Did they do all those things in the bathtub? Because I thought, Oh, that's really cool. I mean, I don't know. I know they used to they used to to get away from everybody. They'd go like that. They said that that's a great thing. I think it's a huge, huge idea. Kids were running the bathroom and Susanna direct and like one of the first conversations I have with her is that she really wanted to make this relationship, even though it's a relationship in the forties feel real. Like we wanted to have those small moments of like them chatting together in the bath or like him asleep in bed and like seeing her get ready for bed and like all of the things that make a relationship feel like a tangible to an audience. Sure. Because even though it's in the forties, I feel that was know that a lot of guys don't meet like they don't and that was it was the prep for that And so and I think that's the problem that too many people make is that or they think it's a whole different era and it's a whole different thing and it's like they're us. Exactly. Yeah. What did you two learn from this? What did this teach you? I mean, this is a really good question. I mean, historically, it taught me no end to is, you know, just on on the surface, sort of people have become into this. The prelude is a sort of is the and frank story. Right. So everybody feels like they know I'm frank and they know the story. And it was a young girl in the annex and the rest of it. But I feel like the reality is people don't know the story. And how many episodes of you said you mention that you've seen two. Okay. So there's so much that you're going to hopefully learn and become aware of what was going on outside the annex, what was going on in the streets of Amsterdam. Yeah. So on a kind of more superficial level, if you were like historical level, here's a great deal for me. Just, just sort of kindness can, can win over everything and love and love, kindness and compassion, peace, bees, evil and beat hatred. And and just a reminder to everybody, the title of the show know every day you can fight. You can show the other acts of kindness and they and they feed into one another throughout the day. Sure, you can do that. And so there's always little things you can you can always look good, look for people who look to you. And yeah, I just learned so much about I'm like heroism and bravery on like a small scale from like to ordinary people. There were so many I've even seen two episodes, but like, as you get like into the depths of this show, there was so many anecdotes and stories that we tell that you will watch and be like, That must be made of what these people did. And we had that literally. Every time we got a new script, we were like, Whoa, Tony, Joe, like, is this really do they actually do this? Think the lengths that these people went to when they were literally just a secretary and a social worker and a young people was absolutely insane. So, yeah, I learned so much about being brave and also the amount that one human being can actually do so that that the best, most unfathomable stories are often the ones that are real. Yeah. So we've got it. Well, this Tony's made this up. This is too extravagant and sure and crazy. And it was always true. Thank you guys so much, love. It's amazing. But nice to meet you in great fun and good luck with this. I hope it all turns out to be a huge hit. All right, Bruce, thank you for those interviews. The show sounds fascinating. I think I'm definitely going to tune in and I think we've talked about this before. But, you know, for me personally, I have some Jewish heritage. So to these types of stories I really like to hear, you know, I enjoyed movies like Schindler's List, but even when I was in college, I took the history of the Holocaust, which was just a fascinating semester, very depressing semester. But one of the things they did is the professor, who was a retired rabbi, brought in a friend of his who was a Holocaust survivor. So he spoke to the experiences of what he had to go through, you know, in a concentration camp and showed the tattoo on his arm of, you know, how he was numbered. And one of a couple I've seen a couple of survivors in person. And it's sad because there's really not many of them left. So it's great that we can have stories like this, find ways to to have these stories, to share those experiences, but also, as you said, have a contemporary message as well. And I think there are applications that we can look at. Hopefully, we will never get to the point that our situation today is what it was back then. I've been fortunate to interview a number of survivors and they all have a different story to tell, different things that happened to them, different kinds of people who came into their lives and were the ones who really helped them through a situation. There is a documentary called Nicky's Family that you must see. It is so good. It's about a British, you know, a businessman who helped these children get to safety during World War Two. And he would find them places where he could live. They were they could live while they were separated from their parents or if something happened to their parents. And he he kind of he did this very clandestinely. He was a businessman. He was able to go over to places and he would create passports for them. He would do all this stuff. And he helped kind of get these kids out. It was hundreds that he was able to help. And in this Nicky's family, you must, must, must see it. You see him finally realizing the impact of his work. And they have this kind of, if you will, it's a program, a this is your life kind of thing. And they're introducing that he had done this and telling other people about it. And again, he thought he really I don't know what I did that was all that great. But when he realizes, you know, that somebody is making something out of this, they say, well, now the person next to you, she was one of the ones you helped, and the person next to her was somebody you helped. And before you knew it, it was everybody in that theater was somebody who he had helped and he had never met them. Wow. And here was the chance to see how the man was really, really moved by this that, you know, you do things that you think are the right thing to do, but you never see the results of it. And it is so powerful. But that is one of my favorite films of that era. And it shows exactly what somebody did and how. And children of those Holocaust survivors and how they wouldn't have been around without him helping them out and by just doing what he thought was the right thing to do by creating passports. And you'll see where he cut things out and pictures out and made these passports and got the papers they needed. It was fascinating that this man would do this kind of stuff, and he was knighted for his work. But it's just fun to see this old man just get really tickled by all these people. It's a really cool thing. So that's that's what I think we're our takeaway is that we can do something. Absolutely. So yeah, that's definitely one I'll put on my list to check out. Bruce What are we looking at in the coming weeks? Well, you know, I also like talk about getting to talk to people that make a difference. David Rubenstein is a billionaire who's done a lot of different things, but now he's doing a TV series about American icons, things that are iconic in the United States. Now, I said right away, Well, Mount Rushmore, of course, isn't that an icon? And he said, well, maybe if we do another season there, it might be in there. But he looked at things like the Hollywood sign would be an icon. And it's things that really immediately you identify and you can see something there, but it's a fascinating discussion we have about what is iconic and what does somebody like him with all that money do? And he does collect things. The Declaration of Independence, He has a couple of those. I think he has the papal papers. He he has a Magna Carta that things I've got lying around the house. I think they're in the basement in my house somewhere. I just had to dig them out. But this is what he is interested in. And he says he does it because he wants other people to be able to see these things. And so he loans them to libraries and museums so that then we can go there and say, you know what, people did do these things. They did exist. So his Magna Carta is like me owning a couple of copies of like a Mike Piazza baseball card. Basically, if you kept it in good shape. Or is it near mint? One of those kind of things, you know, because that is there are some guys sitting in a room that says this is a seven. It's just right. Somebody actually gets paid to do that. Yeah, but here's the job I know. And then, and so we have that coming up and then in a couple of weeks too, we're going to look forward to the summer. The summer, it's the big summer. We're going to do it. So there are movies besides Indiana Jones coming out. That's all. Barbie, Barbie, Barbie movie. We've got to get into that, man. Awesome. So we will come back in a couple of weeks and do that. All right. Well, until then, thank you for listening. And we'll be back soon with another episode of Streamed and Screened. Be the small light.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Star Warsologies: A Podcast About Science and Star Wars
This episode is a recording of a panel at Star Wars Celebration, hosted by James Floyd. From sarlacc biology to the physics of lightsabers and the ecosystem of Endor, Return of the Jedi is full of connections to real world science. How might a Hutt evolve? What goes into making a Death Star superlaser? Why do the Ewoks worship C-3PO? Our all-star lineup brings together experts in all sorts of fields, from paleontology and physics to meteorology and history. Join host James Floyd (Star Wars Insider regular contributor, Star Warsologies podcast) in celebrating the 40th anniversary of ROTJ with a look into its science and technology. Thanks to everyone who came to the panel and especially those who asked such great questions! Panelists include Karen Yu (optics and lasers), Manuel Barcia (history of empires), Heda Agić (paleobiology), Carsten Welsch (physics), and LeeAnn Allegretto (atmospheric science). In Star Warsologies, hosts James Floyd and Melissa Miller combine their love of Star Wars with their keen interest in all things academic by asking experts about how their field is represented in a galaxy far, far away. It's a monthly podcast about science and Star Wars! Or listen on YouTube with relevant screen shots and photos! (coming soon) Show Links Follow our panelists and their research on Twitter! Heda Agić, Manuel Barcia, Carsten Welsch, LeeAnn Allegretto, and Karen Yu. The panel was highlighted in this story from the University of Liverpool! Got follow up questions for us or a suggestion for an -ology or expert? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe and never miss an episode of Star Warsologies on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get podcasts. Follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter. Join our Facebook fan group! Did you miss an earlier episode? Catch up here!
Outdoors, brews, & BBQ- Some Florida beers and a specialty beer from Texas as we as Coleman debate.Outdoors Coleman Coolers, Lanterns, Battery powered accessories , Tents , Chairs, Sleeping bags, Chairs, Canopies Beers Day BreakSpecialty Grain 5% ABV 4Martin House Brewing CompanyForth Worth, TXThis crisp, chuggable pour brings bready flavors from the grain - just the sort of flavors you want to start your day with. A slightly sweet finish will remind you of Saturday morning cartoons, while that milk sugar makes for a silky smooth sip. Crushable, Crisp, CleanFruit Punch Jam 4Fruits sour 5%ABV. Foundation Brewing CompanyPortland, MEEvery sweet sip of this Sour is brimming with more nature's candy than a Gusher's factory.Tangy black currants, sweet cherries, tropical guavas, and bright pineapples tame the tart base with waves of fruity flavor while a dose of lactose rounds its edges into one juicy punch.Crushable, Sweet, Fruity, Tropical, NostalgicNoteworthy Ingredients: Lactose, Cherry, Guava, Pineapple, Black CurrantCoral Head IPA 3.8STYLE GUIDE: IPA - AMERICAN ›Hitting heavy with notes of stone fruit, passion fruit & papaya with a big citrus twist, bordering the territory of tropical and straight dank. The finish is lingering, mouth coating, and sturdy enough to handle the hop load allowing you to enjoy unfolding layers of tropical fruit. An ultra crisp, tropical bomb, backed up by balanced bitterness and smooth mouthfeel!A perfect IPA for any Florida day. Citrus, Strawberry, Juicy, Stone Fruit, Papaya3 Daughters BrewingRegional BrewerySaint Petersburg, FL United StatesSTYLE GUIDE: IPA - AMERICAN ›Juicy Florida oranges swim with citrusy, aromatic hops in this Florida-inspired IPA. Crisp hoppiness up front cascades into a juicy-sweet finish, putting the Sunshine State front and center in every sip. The best of Florida, 12 ounces at a time. Hoppy, Aromatic, Orange, CitrusyLife During the DeathStar 3.8.14% ABVColab beer between J. Wakefield Brewing and Equilibrium BrewerySTYLE GUIDE: STOUT - IMPERIAL / DOUBLE >The Death Star series has been a fun ongoing collaboration with our friends at Equilibrium Brewing! This BA version of our first brewed batch in Miami was aged in Pinhook Rye barrels for 10 months, then we added marshmallows, toasted coconut, raw coconut and Mostra's Kinetic Blend Coffee.Coconut, Smooth, Coffee, Rye, Roasty
Happy Friday, y'all! Political contributor and Pulitzer Prize Finalist Evan Mintz joins culture contributor Antre'chelle Dorsey to recap some of the biggest stories of the week with host Raheel Ramzanali. From the highly controversial ‘Death Star' bill to a water shortage that could impact Houston, the group breaks it all down. They even get into a debate about Whataburger and Taylor Swift! Interested in advertising with City Cast? Let's Talk! Looking for more Houston news? Then sign up for our morning newsletter Hey Houston Follow us on Twitter and Instagram Have feedback or a show idea? Let us know! or leave us a voicemail/text us at +1 713-489-6972 with your thoughts, we love hearing from you! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In part four of our year-long series examining Return of the Jedi, the Emperor arrives at the Death Star, Luke visits Master Yoda, and the Rebel Alliance plans their assault.
In part four of our year-long series examining Return of the Jedi, the Emperor arrives at the Death Star, Luke visits Master Yoda, and the Rebel Alliance plans their assault. We are joined by Ross Hollebon of the Album Cockpit Podcast and Fantatracks.com. This episode covers the segment of Return of the Jedi that runs from 0:37:05 to 0:51:33 on Disney+. On this fully armed and operational episode, we discuss: Luke's departure from Tatooine while Han, Leia, Lando, and the droids leave on the Millennium Falcon, The Emperor's arrival at the Death Star and conversation with Darth Vader, Luke's return to Dagobah to complete his training with Jedi Master Yoda, Luke's discussion of Yoda's final words, and The Rebel Alliance briefing for the attack on the Death Star. Thanks for joining us for another episode! Subscribe to Podcast Stardust for all your Star Wars news, reviews, and discussion wherever you get your podcasts. And please leave us a five star review on Apple Podcasts. Find Jay and her cosplay adventures on J.Snips Cosplay on Instagram. Follow us on social media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube. T-shirts, hoodies, stickers, masks, and posters are available on TeePublic. Find all episodes on RetroZap.com.
R2 Death Star (parody of "Grandma's Feather Bed" by John Denver) Hear the real Star Wars story... When R2D2 took control of the Death Star!!! Thrill! Gasp! Exfoliate! Lyrics and Singing: Joe J Thomas Copyright 2023 Joe J Thomas, Joe's Dump JoesDump.com All Rights Reserved. Not a Quinn-Martin Production.
The Pickle and Boot Shop Podcast
Episode 84. A New Hope. It is a period of civil war. Rebel spaceships, striking from a hidden base, have won their first victory against the evil Galactic Empire.During the battle, Rebel spies managed to steal secret plans to the Empire's ultimate weapon, the DEATH STAR, and space station with enough power to destroy an entire planet.Pursued by the Empire's sinister agents, Princess Leia races home aboard her starship, custodian of the stolen plans that can save her people and restore freedom to the galaxyPatreon: patreon.com/pickleandbootshopMerch: bonfire.com/store/the-pickle-and-boot-shop--shopEmail: email@example.comTwitter: @PBootshopFacebook: Pickle and Boot ShopFacebook Fans by Daniel Rock: facebook.com/groups/diabolicaldiscussionInstagram: pickleandbootshophttps://beefaroo.com#theinsyderz, #fiveironfrenzy, #brandonebel, #GwenStefani, #Craigthecrownprinceofnigeria, #OCSupertones, #beefaroo, #paultregurthaqueenofthegreatlakes
In today's episode, Kelli and Leah finish watching Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. In what appears to be their most unhinged episode yet, Leah and Kelli digress multiple times to discuss the pronunciation of the word "data", whether or not SpongeBob Squarepants deserves "daddy" status, and their youthful habits of catching frogs and setting them loose in people's houses. But they also recount the final half of the movie and the journey of Jyn and Cassian and the rest of the rebels in their successful attempt to get the Death Star plans to Princess Leia! Join us for the final portion of this season next week as we begin the journey to watch Solo! And feel free to join the conversation! You can find us on YouTube or on Twitter, and let us know your thoughts - what are your thoughts on the Rogue One movie as a whole?Support the showThanks for listening to It's All Geek to Me, hosted by Kelli and Leah. If you're enjoying the podcast, be sure to give us a rating!Find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/allgeekpodcastAll episodes are edited by Leah VoyseyPodcast artwork created by Kelli Marissa
After rescuing Han Solo from Jabba the Hutt, the Rebels attempt to destroy the second Death Star while Luke struggles to help Darth Vader back from the dark side. Call us and leave a voicemail at 1 (305) 563-6334 Music provided by: Atlas Sound Arts This is SciFi Voice: Dear Nikky Special Guest: Ro from Scarif Podcast, Across the Stars Mentions: Kelly Szentgyorgyi, Cinema Recall, Admiral Funnest Frontier, Steve Horizon_Brave GhostWorld, Madison on the Air, Human-B-Gon Castpod, Rosie rosalita, Following Films, The Heretical Sayyadina Ads: Across the Stars, The FSF PopCast Sci-Fi fan or creator? Follow the hashtag #ThisisSciFi for more sci-fi goodness! #ScienceFiction And join our Discord Server! #WeNeedRobertToWatchBabylon5 Part of the Blind Knowledge Network #BlindKnowledge An Anchor FM podcast Part of the LetsChatLive Network Find us on GoodPods --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/scifiremnant/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/scifiremnant/support
It's time for more Star Wars Questions!! Was Mon Mothma's demilitarization wrong? Why don't the Jedi have shields? Did Luke tap into the dark side on the Death Star? Why did the residents of Coruscant rise up against the First Order during the Battle of Exegol? Joseph Scrimshaw and Ken Napzok talk all this news and more in the 544th edition of ForceCenter!From the minds of Ken Napzok (comedian, host of The Napzok Files), Joseph Scrimshaw (comedian, writer, host of the Obsessed podcast), and Jennifer Landa (actress, YouTuber, crafter, contributor on StarWars.com) comes the ForceCenter Podcast Feed. Here you will find a series of shows exploring, discussing, and celebrating everything about Star Wars. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts. Listen on TuneIn, Stitcher, Spotify, and more!Follow ForceCenter!Watch on YouTube!Support us on PatreonForceCenter merch!All from ForceCenter: https://linktr.ee/ForceCenter Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
ForceTime: A Star Wars Podcast
Join Travis LIVE from Planet Comicon KC with Gary Whitta for their panel "From Rogues to Rebels!"We discuss all of Gary's work in Star Wars including Rogue One, Star Wars Rebels, The Last Jedi comic adaptation, and his stories "Raymus" and "Rogue Two" in the From a Certain Point of View books!Gary's Star Wars story and the influence it had on him growing upHis initial meeting with LucasfilmGetting the greenlight and the amount of pressure felt to get the story rightGareth Edwards and the origination of the planet, ScarifRogue One's legacyStar Wars Rebels and Saw GerreraThe messy side of the Rebellion and a WHAT IF moment regarding the Death StarWriting Choppers (explicit?!) dialogueWorking with Dave FiloniThe Last Jedi Comic Adaptation and friendship with Rian JohnsonAdmiral Ackbar!From a Certain Point of ViewUpcoming work: GUNDOGSpecial thanks to Gary for his kindness, openness, and being an amazing guest. The Death Star plans he gifted me will be cherished forever!Listen to Gary's original Sci-Fi podcast, GUNDOG, everywhere you listen and pre-order the GUNDOG novel, releasing July 18th, here: https://www.amazon.com/Gundog-Gary-Whitta/dp/1950301591Follow Gary on Twitter @garywhitta, Instagram at gwhitta, Twitch at GaryWhitta, and subscribe to his channel at youtube.com/gwhitta. Special thanks to Dave and everyone at Planet Comicon KC for putting this panel together. It was an incredible experience all the way around and I'm grateful to have hosted this discussion!Follow the show @ForceTimepod on Twitter, forcetimepod on Instagram, and leave us a 5-Star review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify!"Robobozo" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
Episode 134 – Queensryche Part 9, Empire Pt 2 In this second episode on the monster album Empire, the group completes our discussion from Della Brown through the end of the album (with a bit of extra time on the bonus tracks). Hopefully, we will leave you pondering deep philosophical questions like does Empire have the Whitesnake production, but with more thoughtfulness? Do parts of Empire sound too much like Bon Jovi? Are the orchestral tracks on Silent Lucidity the Death Star plans that doomed Queensryche? The whole discussion comes to a head in a 2 v 2 on, of all tracks, One and Only. Twists and turns abound as we look into as many corners of this landmark album as we can find. Twitter: @progpala Facebook: www.facebook.com/ProgPala YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCw_Xxit3D8wbv-AcJ_7Z__w/featured Theme music provided by: Dave DeWhitt
In today's episode, Kelli and Leah watch up to the 1 hour and 26 minute mark of Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker. Kelli discovers pretty quickly that her pal Chewie has survived the explosion from last section, and shares her thoughts on the implied romance between Poe and Zorii as the crew travels to Kijimi. Kelli also discovers that Rey is a Palpatine! And Leah guides Kelli through the very confusing scene with Rey and Kylo on the Death Star.But please, join the conversation! You can find us on YouTube or on Twitter, and let us know your thoughts - do you think that vision Ben had of Han Solo was actually Leia?Two Chicks Talkin Flicks Podcasttwo chicks talking about their favorite movies and moreListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the showThanks for listening to It's All Geek to Me, hosted by Kelli and Leah. If you're enjoying the podcast, be sure to give us a rating!Find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/allgeekpodcastAll episodes are edited by Leah VoyseyPodcast artwork created by Kelli Marissa
On this episode of Throwback Thursday, Zeke The Geek talks about the next film in the Star Wars franchise and the concluding chapter of the Original Star Wars Trilogy...RETURN OF THE JEDI. Return of the Jedi: After rescuing Han Solo from Jabba the Hutt, the Rebels attempt to destroy the second Death Star, while Luke struggles to help Darth Vader back from the dark side. GO SUPPORT MY NEW MOVIE: WHAT TO WATCH A LOVE LETTER TO PHYSICAL MEDIA If you want to send in a question to the Zeke Said So Show, send them in through Instagram and the Zeke Said So website. SUBSCRIBE TO THE YOUTUBE CHANNEL: Zeke Said So ZEKE SAID SO WEBSITE: https://zekesaidso.wordpress.com/ FOLLOW ON TWITTER: @ZekeSaidSo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: @zeke_said_so --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/zeke-said-so/support
The heartache, the wrist breaks, the Alonso overtakes, the inevitable Ferrari mistakes. It's 2023 and we're back for another season exposing the comedic underbelly of the most ludicrous sport on earth. Join us every week this season - will we see the most exciting year in F1 history? Or will Max and Horner ride off into the big Death Star sunset? Join Dirty Air to find out!This episode of Dirty Air is sponsored by Canadian Wrist Pin Surgery.Special thanks for James Flannigan for the theme tune. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today's episode... We travel back to a Galaxy Far Far Away and the world of Major League Baseball. The Holy Dodger Empire's 111-win Death Star was blown up by the San Diego Resistance, and now the Dodger Empire Strikes Back. We've got Lando Calrissian and Master Yoda entering the universe, the Jedi Master Shohei Ohtani controlling both sides of the Force, and so much headed into Episode V of our Star Wars Baseball Univrse
Come on in and grab a carpet square, cause we've got a treat. Kev Bayliss stopped by to talk about his long and legendary career as a video game artist/designer/engineer, starting out at Rare at the age of 16 and how the company changed during his 20 years at the company. Follow us as the industry changes from poster paper to rendering images on the Death Star to building 3D models! ------------------- Follow Kev at these fine locations: https://twitch.tv/kev_bayliss https://twitter.com/Kev_Bayliss ------------------- Support Need For Speedrunning on Patreon: https://patreon.com/possiblybad --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/need-for-speedrunning/message
Season four of The Mandalorian has been written, new Celebration guests announced, and Star Wars Nites at Disneyland headline this week's Star Wars news. In this fully armed and operational episode, we discuss: A new clip from season three of The Mandalorian, Jon Favreau's reveal that season four of The Mandalorian is already written, The announcement of Cavan Scott's Tales from the Death Star, A sneaky release of the date of the next Star Wars Celebration, and The return of Star Wars Nites at Disneyland. Thanks for joining us for another episode! Subscribe to Podcast Stardust for all your Star Wars news, reviews, and discussion wherever you get your podcasts. And please leave us a five star review on Apple Podcasts. Find Jay and her cosplay adventures on J.Snips Cosplay on Instagram. Follow us on social media: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube. T-shirts, hoodies, stickers, masks, and posters are available on TeePublic. Find all episodes on RetroZap.com.
Death Star goes BOOM as our heroes save the day and everybody gets a medal except Chewbacca.
At last, The High Republic -- The Nameless Terror #1 (of 4) is in comic shops. Was it worth the wait?Yes, very much so.Will it be difficult to wait almost two months until issue #2 is released?Yes, if #1 is anything to go by, since George Mann, Eduardo Mello, Ornella Savarese, Studio RAM, Matt Dryer, Sanjay Dharawat, Stephen Reichert and Samantha Hummer have delivered a crackling debut issue that ties into The High Republic mythology with ease while creating an aura of suspense.In Yoda #4 (of 10), writer Jody Houser returns to the galaxy a long time ago, reteaming with artist Luke Ross for a three-issue arc that features Yoda in a story set before the Prequel Trilogy and featuring Jedi Master Dooku. THey're joined by color artist Nolan Woodard and letter Joe Caramagna of Virtual Caligraphy.It's a well-paced start that gives us more elements of the Count before his faith in the Jedi was lost and features a trio of young Padawans -- a togorian, wookiee and trandoshan -- that echoes Dooku's own relationship with SIfo-Dyas. Astute readers will recognize a key event in this issue from the pages of Age of Republic: Count Dooku #1. That issue has more emotional heft now.Finally, in Doctor Aphra (Vol. 2) #29, Aphra finds herself in an unusual spot: Completely oblvious to the Spark's dire plans. The story by Alyssa Wong, artist Natacha Bustos, color artist Rachelle Rosenberg and letter Joe Caramagna, blends long-ago history with the effort by Chelli's friends to come to her rescue in a brisk story. Be sure share this week's episode on social media and, if you haven't, leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Doing so helps increase awareness about our podcast.Comics out today and broken down on this week's episode:_ The Nameless Terror #1 (of 4) (6:05)_ Yoda #4 (of 10) (20:27)_ Doctor Aphra (Vol. 2) #29 (35:43)Star Wars Comics on Marvel Unlimited This Week:_ Doctor Aphra (Vol. 2) #26 _ Han Solo & Chewbacca #7 (of 10) _ Hidden Empire #1 (of 5)Announcement:Our friend Alex Ray, who with Jim Mello created the amazing A Star Wars Comic, was recently diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma. He needs help to battle this insidious ailment. If you can give, please do by giving to his Go Fund Me here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-alex-ray-beat-cancer-with-love-and-supportNews:_ Cavan Scott is writing Star Wars: Tales From the Death Star for Dark Horse and it's due out Sept. 5, featuring art by Eric Powell, Soo Lee, Vincenzo Riccardi, Ingo Roemling and Juan Samu._ The Nameless Terror #2 has been pushed back to April 19. Also pushed back? The Nameless Terror #3 to May 3 from April 19, while The Nameless Terror #4 is still due out May 17, per Dark Horse._ Per Dark Horse Comics, Star Wars: Hyperspace Stories Volume 2: "Scum and Villainy!" is slated for release on Sept. 5. The book will collect issues #5-8, leaving room for a third trade to collect issues 9-12. Cover artist is Cary Nord.Upcoming Star Wars comics, TPBs and omnibus editions:March 1 _ The Blade #3 (of 4), Star Wars #32, Hidden Empire #4 (of 5), Han Solo & Chewbacca #10 (of 10), The Mandalorian #8 (of 8), Hyperspace Stories #4 (of 12)March 8 _ Bounty Hunters #32, Sana Starros #2 (of 5), The High Republic #6 (of 10)March 14 _ Star Wars Legends: The Rebellion Omnibus Vol. 1. (Collects Star Wars: Empire 7, 14, 16; Vader's Quest 1-4, Star Wars (2013) 1-20, Star Wars Kids 1-11, 12 (A Story) and 13-20 and Star Wars 3-D 1-3); Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: The Old Republic, Vol. 5, TPB (Collects Star Wars: Knight Errant 1-5, Knight Errant -- Deluge 1-5, Knight Errant -- Escape 1-5, Star Wars: Jedi vs. Sith 1-6 and material from Star Wars Tales #16)March 15 _ Yoda #5 (of 10), The High Republic Adventures #3 (of 8), The Blade #2 (2nd Printing)March 22 _ Darth Vader #32, The High Republic Adventures #4 (of 8)March 29 _ The Blade #4 (of 4), Jabba's Palace #1 One-Shot, The High Republic Adventures -- Quest of the Jedi #1 One-Shot, The High Republic #7 (of 10)April 5 _ Star Wars #33, Hidden Empire #5 (of 5), The High Republic Adventures #5 (of 8), Hyperspace Stories #5 (of 12)April 12 _ Doctor Aphra #30, Bounty Hunters #33, Ewoks #1 One-Shot, The High Republic #8 (of 10)April 19 _ Sana Starros #3 (of 5), Yoda #6 (of 10), The Nameless Terror #2 (of 4), The High Republic Adventures #6 (of 8), Hyperspace Stories #6 (of 12)April 26 _ Darth Vader: Black, White & Red #1 (of 4), Darth Vader #33, Doctor Aphra #31May 2 _ The High Republic (Vol. 2) "Balance of the Force" TPB (Collects #1-5); The Mandalorian "Season One, Part II" TPB (Collecting #5-8)May 3 _ Star Wars #34, Lando #1, Yoda #7 (10), The Nameless Terror #3 (of 4), Hyperspace Stories #7 (of 12)May 6 _ The High Republic Adventures Free Comic Book Day IssueMay 9 _ Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: The Original Marvel Years, Vol. 6 (Collects Star Wars (Vol. 1) #89-107 and #108)May 10 _ Darth Vader #34, The High Republic #9 (of 10)May 16 _ Star Wars (Vol. 3) Vol. 5 "The Path to Victory" TPB (Collects #26-30)May 17 _ Bounty Hunters #34, The Nameless Terror #4 (of 4), Hyperspace Stories #8 (of 12)May 23 _ The Edge of Balance -- PrecedentMay 24 _ Darth Vader: Black, White & Red #2 (of 4), The High Republic #10 (of 10)May 31 _ Doctor Aphra #32, Sana Starros #4 (of 5), The High Republic Adventures #7 (of 8)June 7 _ Han Solo & Chewbacca Vol. 2 "The Crystal Run, Part Two" TPB (Collects #6-10)June 20 _ Doctor Aphra Omnibus, Vol. 2 (Collects Doctor Aphra, Vol. 2, #1-25), Star Wars -- Hyperspace Stories "Rebels and Resistance" TPB (Collects #1-4)June 27 _ The Blade TPB (Collects #1-4), Darth Vader (Vol. 3) Vol. 6 "Return of the Handmaidens" TPB (Collects #28-32)July 5 _ Hidden Empire TPB (Collects #1-5)July 11 _ StarWars Legends Epic Collection: Tales of the Jedi Vol. 3 (Collects Dark Lords of the Sith #1-6, The Sith War #1-6, Redemption #1-5 and material from Star Wars Tales #23 and Dark Horse Comics #7-9)July 18 _ Star Wars Legends: The Empire Omnibus, Vol. 2 (Collects Dark Times -- Fire Carrier 1-5, Dark Times -- A Spark Remains 1-5, Darth Vader and the Ninth Assassin 1-5, Darth Vader and the Cry of Shadows 1-5, Droids Special #1, Droids (1994) 1-6, Droids (1995) 1-8, Star Wars: The Protocol Offensive, plus material from Star Wars Visionaries, Star Wars Tales 11-12, 15 and 20, Dark Horse Presents Annual '99 and Star Wars Galaxy Magazine #1)Aug. 15 _ The High Republic Adventures -- The Complete Phase (Collects 1-13, Galactic Bake-Off one-shot and Free Comic Book Day 2021 issues published by IDW, along with 2023's Free Comic Book Day issue)Aug. 29 _ The Nameless Terror TPB (Collects #1-4)Sept. 5 _ Star Wars Legends: The New Republic Omnibus, Vol. 2 (Collects Star Wars: The Jabba Tape; Heir to the Empire #1-6, Dark Force Rising 1-6, The Last Command 1-6. Dark Empire 1-6, Dark Empire II 1-6), Empire's End 1-2, Boba Fett -- Twin Engines of Destruction, Bounty on Bar-Kooda, When the Fat Lady Swings, Murder Most Foul and Agent of Doom, Star Wars Handbook #3 and material from Star Wars Tales 1, 3-5, 10, 14, 20 and 22); The High Republic Adventures (Vol. 2) Vol. 1 TPB (Collects #1-4); Tales From the Death Star HC Graphic Novel; Hyperspace Stories Vol. 2 "Scum and Villainy" TPB (Collects #5-8)Oct. 31 _ Star Wars: Scoundrels, Rebels and The Empire TPB (Collects the Jabba's Palace, Ewoks, Lando, Emperor Palpatine, Stormtroopers and Smugglers one-shots); Yoda TPB (Collects Yoda #1-10)