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Moving confidently between epic battles and interpersonal dramas, Alexander Freed concludes the Alphabet Squadron trilogy in spectacular fashion with Victory’s Price. Punch it!
Animation, books, audiobooks, and comics are the main storytelling avenues where we know new things are coming in March 2021. We’ll talk about those, and other places where news may […]
If there’s one thing that’s clear from what we’re highlighting in the “What to Watch Now” feature today, it’s the joy that everyone brings and feels to making The Mandalorian. […]
I debated whether it was worth saying anything on the podcast about me getting COVID, but in case just one person listening needs to hear a “stay strong” kind of […]
There’s not one “thing” that makes Star Wars “Star Wars,” but Force users are such a strong part that – if post-Skywalker-Saga storytelling didn’t include them – then Star Wars […]
We’re continuing our look at post-Skywalker-Saga storytelling, and the trends we’re seeing from Lucasfilm as it moves into this new era. As opposed to yesterday’s “scoundrels at the margins,” today’s […]
Yesterday we talked about a certain kind of story that’s becoming prevalent in the post-Skywalker-Saga era. Today, we’re exploring a kind of character that’s becoming ever more prominent. Punch it!
What would Star Wars storytelling look like, once the Skywalker Saga was complete? Now that more than a year has gone by, some patterns have emerged. On today’s episode, we’re […]
Migs Mayfeld became a multi-dimensional character in season 2 of The Mandalorian, and his arc within his lone episode appearance subverted any expectation you might have had for him. Punch […]
The conclusion of a new High Republic story also signals a continued investment in a unique in-universe perspective on the events of this big storytelling initiative. Punch it!