Star Wars Celebration Chicago has come and gone, and we were there for all of it! Join us on this extended episode as we recount our personal experiences and a bit of the news that came out of the massive event.
Episode IX isn’t just the end of the sequel trilogy, but the entire Skywalker saga! Can this movie rise above expectations and deliver a satisfying conclusion – or is it too tall a task for any movie? We ponder the question and try to figure out how it could be done.
Welcome back to Part Two of our fan feedback extravaganza, Nerfherders! Picking right up where we left off (literally), we respond to one of our favorite trolls. Buckle up and get ready to find out all the things you *missed* in “The Force Awakens” and “The Last Jedi”, stupid.
Hello there, Herders! We’ve gotten some choice comments and feedback recently, so we decided to turn over the spotlight and put them on the air. You’ve got plenty to say! So much so, in fact, that we had to break this conversation into 2 episodes. This is *your* show. Enjoy!
Jon isn’t feeling too jolly this holiday season. He keeps reading rumors about next year’s Star Wars installment and getting really upset. He’s red in the face and his belly shakes like a bowl full of jelly; JT takes on JJ over Episode 9 rumors!
Cassian Andor is returning to the fold in a new series on the upcoming Disney+ streaming service! The early Rebellion era seems rife with storytelling possibilities! What other characters and stories might see a rebirth once this series hits screens? We speculate!
Theft on the set of “The Mandalorian”, a bogus Episode IX set photo, and armed studio guards watching the skies for drones! All because of spoilers! So we ask: are they a good or a bad thing??
It’s for another round of stupid Star Wars fan theories! We’re talking Snoke as a Force ghost, babies for Rey, Kylo, Han, and Qi’ra, and more! Strap in: we get stupid on this episode!
Wilkommen, Nerfherders! Are you enjoying our new theme music? Of course you are. The band who recorded it, Galactic Empire, is about to kick off a new tour. We get Dark Vader on the show to talk about hitting the road with Mac Sabbath, recording their upcoming album, and our main topic for this week: comparing “The Last Jedi” to its predecessor, “The Force Awakens”. Two very different movies, two very different approaches, two very different fan reactions. Which comes out on top? Well, that depends on how you approach the topic!
Welcome back, Herd faithful! We wrap up our coverage of ‘The Last Jedi’ on this episode in grand fashion: with a podcaster roundtable! The hosts of Less Than 12 Parsecs and The Blockade Runner join us to discuss the more puzzling aspects of the movie. We talk about all the good stuff: Force ghosts, Resistance bombers, Carrie Poppins, scary Force holes, and more!