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Tarkin’s Top Shelf #44: A Clone Wars Chat with JAT @JATactor

Welcome to a Clone Wars chat with JAT! Today we are humbled and honored to welcome James Arnold Taylor (JAT), the voice of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Plo Koon from The Clone Wars as well as Ratchet, Tidus, Johnny Test, Fred Flintstone, Flash, Spidey, Fox Sunday and the author of JAT 365: 365 Inspirations for the Pursuit of your Dreams to our show! In this episode, Mark and Becca sit down with the man of many voices to talk about The Clone Wars and everything in between.

Sources:

Star Wars: The Clone Wars 

James Arnold Taylor-IMDb

JAT@actor on Twitter

James Arnold Taylor Official Site 

Clone Wars Conversations

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Tarkin’s Top Shelf #40: Star Wars: The Rebel Files with @danwallace88

Tarkin’s Top Shelf welcomes Dan Wallace to the show to talk about Star Wars: The Rebel Files. Dan Wallace is the author of Jedi Path, Book of Sith, Imperial Handbook, The Bounty Hunter Code, and the soon-to-be-released, The Rebel Files. In this episode, Mark and Becca sitdown with Dan Wallace to discuss Star Wars and The Rebel Files. This interview takes on a personal perspective by Dan Wallace as he delves into his love for Star Wars and his vision on the galaxy far, far away. It’s an interview you don’t want to miss!

Sources:
Star Wars: The Rebel Files by Daniel Wallace
Dark Empire by Tom Veitch
Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel by James Luceno 
Battlefront: Twilight Company by Alexander Freed

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Tarkin’s Top Shelf #37: That Mighty Skywalker Blood!

Mark and Becca are back to talk about some recent Star Wars News and that ‘Mighty Skywalker Blood!’ In this episode, they go over a variety of Star Wars literature that focuses on the Skywalker family. In doing so, they tackle that burning question that’s circulating the internet: “Were Han and Leia ‘Bad Parents?'” So, grab your ‘Jedi breathing device’ and get ready for a deep discussion on Tarkin’s Top Shelf.

Sources:
Star Wars: Last Shot
Star Wars: The Last Jedi ‘Expanded Edition’
Star Wars: The Last Jedi ‘Junior Novel’
Star Wars: Bloodline
Star Wars: Leia ‘Princess of Alderaan’

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Tarkin’s Top Shelf #34: Star Wars: The Last Jedi Expanded Edition by @jasoncfry

Mark and Becca are back to add Star Wars: The Last Jedi to “Tarkin’s Top Shelf”. In this episode, they discuss and go over their initial reactions to Jason Fry’s novel adaptation of The Last Jedi. The good. The not so good. And, yeah, the unexpected, too. Yes, the cohesion of film to paper, the characters’ motivations, and connective continuity. It’s a lot to digest, but hey, it’s Star Wars! So, grab a mug of Luke’s favorite green milk and get ready for some “Tarkin’s Top Shelf”!

Sources for discussion:
Star Wars: The Last Jedi Expanded Edition by Jason Fry

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Tarkin’s Top Shelf #31: Solo: A Star Wars Story teaser overview!

It’s a Special Edition of “Tarkin’s Top Shelf“! Solo: A Star Wars Story teaser overview. In this episode, Mark and Becca discuss the official teaser for Solo: A Star Wars Story. They also go over some plausible scenarios for literary adaptations for the future film. So get ready to fly low with “Tarkin’s Top Shelf” as they talk all about everyone’s favorite flyboy, Solo!

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