Episode IXSequel Trilogy

Accurate MSW artistic depiction of The Knights of Ren from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker!

Also Now, This is Podcasting! Episodes 271, 272, and 273!

Recently I was traveling the nation, collecting stories, experiences, and helping people in danger as my mentors Hannibal, Faceman, B.A. and Murdock instructed me upon vindication from a crime they didn’t commit. As always, I was traveling with my artist Evan DeChellis who paints my portraits and illustrates my greatest triumphs and failures in crayon or finger-paints. It is the best way to tell my story visually.

Sources approach me and showed a really great look at the Knights of Ren from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. When I looked over, Evan was drawing me and the sources in the most realistic crayon drawing I’ve ever seen. I smacked the Fuzzy Wuzzy Brown crayon from his hand. “You fool, you cannot do depict my sources in this manner!” But when I looked down, I noticed he had captured the actual designs of The Knights or Ren from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker perfectly. I forgave his blunder.

Evan insisted on redrawing the cover saying that “most people don’t get crayon art like we do.” Frustrated with his antics, I gave in and let him draw the Knights of Ren on his fancy computer so the plebs could get it. What resulted was Evan making the new cover for Now, This is Podcasting! 

You can read about the Knights of Ren and what we’ve been hearing here and a little about what we saw. We should also note that the lights on the weapons weren’t on in everything we saw so we had to kind of dance around that a little. The designs below are the designs of the Knights of Ren as drawn by Evan. Colors on the final product may differ.

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You can read about the Knights of Ren and what we’ve been hearing here and a little about what we saw. We should also note that the lights on the weapons weren’t on in everything we saw so we had to kind of dance around that a little.

Two episodes of NTIP I neglected to post on the site while awaiting computer repairs this last week:

You can check out Evan’s excellent work here:

dechellisart.com

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