Archive for the ‘Our Friends’ Category
In today’s episode, we have Jen from R2 in 22 on the show, to help us review Scoundrels by Timothy Zahn. We are a group of schmucks reviewing a group of scoundrels. By the way, if you put your ear to this show, you might just hear the ocean.
Also, we interview author of the first Dawn of the Jedi novel Tim Lebbon. He discusses his dark fantasy and horror style of writing plays in the Star Wars Universe. He also discusses a wide range of topics on how a non-sci-fi writer was brought into Star Wars, a glimpse of the Dawn era, Brittish cuisine and much, much more.
Finally, Wayne and I give our thoughts from the Lebbon interview that span a wide array of topics and me putting both feet in my mouth, so enjoy the exploration of the galaxy one page at a time.
Thanks for listening, Jesse
On this episode, Tom Kane, the voice of Yoda in the Clone Wars, stops by to discuss the end of the Clone Wars. We discuss just how much Clone Wars have they voiced, and what we can expect in the future. He shares his dream voice job, which stunned this host who loves squeaky clean heroes, and much more.
Then, Wayne and I dive into Shadows of the Empire where Wayne makes a bad Journey pun, and we have fun discussing this classic in the Star Wars universe.
Then we share an exciting interview for our next episode and dive into our thoughts on the various eras in the Star Wars timeline that was sparked by our Facebook page discussion. You can join in that discussion at www.facebook.com/templearchives
Enjoy and thanks for listening. Jesse
In today’s big show, Wayne and I discuss Episode 7, J. J. Abrams, and others involved in the project. We break down Red Harvest by Joe Schriber and give you all the gorey details. Then, we bring back on the show voice actor Stephen Stanton and our good friend Pete Morrison to discuss the 100 episode mileston of The Clone Wars the Animated Series. We discuss how the show has changed, what it’s like to be apart of the show, our favorite stories from the show and much, mcuh more.
Also, I would like to apologize for any emotional scarring from Wayne’s creepiness from this episode during our chat with Pete. I know I was scarred.
Thanks for listening.
Exploring the galaxy one page at a time, Jesse
We have the first part of two, two part interviews…Say that three times fast, but what that wierd math means is that we have two interviews to share with you in this episode. First, is a chat with voice actor Stephen Stanton from the Clone Wars among other well known shows. He stops by to chat about his work in Pink Five and voice acting. Then, we have Pete Morrison from Lightsaber Rattling who chats with us about the choice of J. J. Abrams as the director of the next Star Wars…and his love for capes.
Wayne and I also break down X-Wing: Iron Fist by Aaron Allston and have a good time with this swashbuckling novel. Maybe Disney will make this novel into a movie and give Jack Sparrow a cameo…
Anyway, thanks for listening and joining us as we explore the galaxy one page at a time.
This is a posting of our live round table discussion of the sale of Lucas Ltd. to Disney. Joining Wayne and I in this discussion is publicist extraordinaire to the Star Wars star Ms. Consetta Parker from Parker Publicity, our good friend Jen for R2 in 22, and our pal and yours Steve Glosson from Geek Out Loud.
We all share where we heard when we heard the news of of the sale. Our thoughts and excitement from the sale, and what we think will happen in the future with a focus on the EU in particular.
It is a fun live show loaded with our usual amounts of rabbits and shenanigans, but we had fun and that is the most important thing.
We hope you enjoy exploring the galaxy with us one page at a time.
Thanks for listening, Jesse
In this episode, Wayne and I discuss the first few episodes of the Star Wars: the Clone Wars animated series, and we give our thoughts on the return of Maul and Oppress, and the trilogy (so far) of training the patriots or terrorists depending on your view.
Then, Wayne shares his interviews from Fan Expo Canada in Toronto. He has a good chat with artist Robert Bailey. You will be very interesting in a painting commissioned by Lucas for his own personal collection. Then, Wayne chat with artist Keven J. Anderson and his latest project which uses the word “steam punk” whatever that means. Finally Wayne talks up some new Halo news.
So come along and explore the galaxy with us one page at a time.
Thanks for listening, Jesse
In this episode, we have two interviews. First we chat with head writer of Star Wars: the Clone Wars Matt Michnovetz. It is a fascinating look behind the curtain of this great animated series. Then, we chat with co-host of “R2 in 22″ Jen who is a lot of fun and we discuss her podcast.
Then, Wayne and I finish up the Michael Stackpole quadrilogy with X-Wing: The Bacta War. We break down this novel and this series.
We also must apologize for life putting the show on the back burner for the last couple of months, but we are back and we hope that you love this episode as much as we loved recording it and chatting with our guest.
Thanks for exploring the galaxy with us one page at a time.
We have a big show for your today as we have two interviews for you. First, we chat with Tom Kane, who is a voice actor and current voice of Yoda in Star Wars: The Clone Wars. We discuss how he got into voice acting, and the importance of the cereal aisle in that journey. Of course, we talk Clone Wars and much more with Mr. Kane.
Then, we chat with Operation Montauk author Bryan Young who is also Star Wars blogger for Big Shiny Robot and critically acclaimed film maker. We talk about writing, his Star Wars experiences, his children’s book, which has a topic that you will never, ever guess. This children’s book allows me to let my history geek show.
Then, Wayne and I review Mr. Young Operation Montauk
Thanks for listening and exploring the galaxy with us one page at a time.
Today we break down our nine entries into our Fan Fic Face Off short story contest. Wayne and I give our honest critique of our very talented audience. If you have yet to check out these short stories, they all can be found at www.starwarsbookreport.com. Look for the Fan Fic Face Off 2012 category to find them all in one place.
We also tackle the question of the show where you give your opinion on your favorite and least favorite moments from the Clone Wars season four, and I get really fired up.
Then, Brian and Nanci stop by from Tosche Station Radio podcast that can be found at www.solosound.net, and in all the usual places such as iTunes, Zune and the like. We talk about their show, fan fiction, post yavin era, and much more.
Lastly we make a couple of announcements such as our good friend Steve Glosson from Geek our Loud has been asked to get a worship service together for Sunday at this years Celebration, and we are taking tee shirt orders. For just $15 dollars plus shipping if you life outside of the United States, you can make your friends jealous or the ladies fall in love with you because of your very own SW Book Report tee shirt with our new logo. E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like one. We will take orders through May and order in June. They make great Independence Day Gifts!
Thanks for listening and exploring the galaxy with us one page at a time, Jesse
As noted many times on the show, Wayne and I love food…this is also noted on my waist line…I got to get back to doing Insanity. Anyway, we have had recipes sent to us from actress Catherine Taber and author Sean Williams, which I am finally getting around to sharing with you. I hope you like it spicy because Ms. Taber and Mr. Williams do.
I hope you have an adventure in your kitchen today.