FMI #23 Kilimanjaro and Saw Gerrera!

As of posting this weeks FMI cast we just literally found out a few hours ago that Forest Whitaker is going to be playing Saw Gerrera from the Clone Wars in the live action Star Wars film Rogue One.

Forest whitaker as Saw

Entertainment weekly did a piece on it and I highly suggest checking it out.

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Star Wars Rebels Season 2 Review

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Rebels had quite the roller coaster of a season this time around, by which I mean it was pretty up and down but ultimately a great ride. Building on the success of the smaller and more minimalist but thrilling first season, season 2 certainly gave us a load of great episodes but ultimately proved that bigger isn’t always better. Continue reading

Dejarik Table #2

Matt, Eric and George discuss the new Rogue One trailer and their thoughts and wants for new products from the new movie that releases in December.

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Narthax Reviews Rebels

Narthax’s critical take on Star Wars Rebels on a weekly basis.

I’m not canonical. I’m legendary.

Hello all. My name is Henry, commonly known as Narthax around here. The guys at fasterandmoreintense were good enough to invite me onto their podcast a while back to discuss Star Wars figure customizing. We ended up discussing new episodes of Rebels and following this they offered to bring me on as a blog writer and I’m happy to be here!

Owing to life and other reasons however, I was a tad delayed in getting set up around here. My goal was to review each new episode of Rebels as they were released this season, which fortunately I did I just didn’t post them anywhere and saved them for a rainy day. So, at long last here they are, my reviews of season 2’s episodes thus far, and hey we’ve got a new one tomorrow as well so let’s get started. Continue reading

Twilight Company – Raw, Gritty, and Entertaining (non-spoiler review)

star-wars-battlefront-twilight-company-reviewAs an avid reader of the new Star Wars canon, I continue to be pleased with the way the universe is being expanded. Gone are the days of our heroes having to be morally justified in every act they commit. No longer is the Empire a bunch of faceless, heartless, ineffective soldiers. No, the new Star Wars Universe rebooted by Lucasfilm and powered by the deep pockets of Disney is changing our point of view of the Galactic Civil War.

Star Wars Battlefront: Twilight Company is the latest novel (released Nov. 3) that continues these themes and brings a new and powerful perspective to the conflict that has captured our imagination for generations. Even more fulfilling is the fact the book is the author’s (Alexander Freed) first novel. Bravo Mr. Freed! I hope he is commissioned to pen more new canon stories based on my Twilight Company experience. Continue reading

Star Wars: Darth Vader #10 & 11 comic review

Returning this month we’re having a double review of Darth Vader issues #10 & 11.
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Star Wars # 10 Comic Review

Galaxy readers! Thanks for being so patient. As you may have figured out we didn’t do a comic review last month in a text form as Shiloh, Paul and George did a podcast review.

I’ll be still reviewing issues of Star Wars and Darth Vader ongoing as well as being a co-host on our NEW podcast Galactic Graphics! (kermit flail) yaaay!

Anywho enough about us here at FMI lets get down the reviews of issues 10 & 11 in the main Star Wars line.

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