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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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Rogue Won: A Star Wars Podcast for Winners Episode 110: #SOLO #OBIWAN #KENOBI #LANDO

On this episode of “Rogue Won: A Star Wars Podcast for Winners, Pappas (with guest Fernando!) goes #SOLO…May the Force be With Us…
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Tarkin’s Top Shelf #25: The Legends of Luke Skywalker

Welcome to “Tarkin’s Top Shelf,” the only Star Wars literature podcast on the internet that dissects and analyzes your favorite (and maybe least favorite) canon books. In this episode, Mark and Becca go over Disney’s The Legends of Luke Skywalker. They break down all six stories. Then they go into a bit of creative theoretical thinking as they connect the storytelling to The Last Jedi. But first, Mark and Becca get into the current news, discussing the latest from Entertainment Weekly and then recapping the newest TV spots for Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

You can find “Tarkin’s Top Shelf” on the Making Star Wars Podcasting Network and listen on iTunes, Google Play, iHeart Radio, Player FM, Libsyn, and Stitcher. If you like the show and want to get in touch with the hosts, send an e-mail to TTSPodFeelback@gmail.com.

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Tarkin’s Top Shelf #24: Continues the Journey Star Wars: From A Certain Point of View

Welcome to another edition of “Tarkin’s Top Shelf”! Mark and Becca are back to continue their discussion on Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View. In this episode, they pick up right where they left off. As they discuss the next ten stories, they do a little creative theoretical thinking as well. After all, it’s all about connecting canonical content from the books to the screen, and everything else in between.

Mark and Becca have a quick chitchat to catch up on the latest Star Wars Rebels and the impending Star Wars: The Last Jedi art book. Once they’re all caught up, they get down to business breaking down the next section of stories. So, get cozy by the fire and check out their assessments on Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View.

You can find Tarkin’s Top Shelf on the Making Star Wars Podcasting Network and listen to them on iTunes, Google Play, iHeart Radio, Player FM, Libysn, and Stitcher. If you like the show and want to get in touch with the hosts, send an email to TTSPodFeelback@gmail.com.

 

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Cantina Cast #206: Luke Skywalker’s inaction

Mike and Joao continue their 100 days of The Last Jedi coverage. This week we compare Luke’s inaction to his old masters.

Quick episode summary:

  • Alamo Drafthouse glass controversy
  • Adam Driver’s recent comments on Kylo Ren and Rey
  • Thoughts on the international poster and trailer
  • Main Topic: Inaction vs. action
  • Comparing Yoda, Obi-Wan, and Luke’s in action and exile
  •  Who is wrong in not helping the galaxy?
  • Is inaction more evil than action?
  • Why are our heroes reluctant to help the galaxy?
  •  Do they show great restraint when they are involved?

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Tarkin’s Top Shelf #23: Star Wars From A Certain Point of View—the first 10 Stories!

Welcome back to another episode of “Tarkin’s Top Shelf,” the only Star Wars literature podcast on the internet that dissects and analyzes your favorite (and maybe least favorite) canon books. In this episode, Mark and Becca give their perspectives on Star Wars: From A Certain Point of View. Of course, the book contains 40 stories to commemorate the 40th year of Star Wars: A New Hope. But, your hosts will be looking at the stories in groups of 10 per episode. So, sit back and keep warm by the fire, and allow “Tarkin’s Top Shelf” to shed some light on Star Wars literature.

This episode features the following bullet points:

News:

  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi official trailer
  • The official theatrical poster for The Last Jedi

Main Topic:

  • Breakdown: the first 10 stories of Star Wars: From A Certain Point of View:
  • “Raymus” by Gary Whitta
  • “The Bucket” by Christie Golden
  • “The Sith of Datawork” by Ken Liu
  • “Stories in the Sand” by Griffin McElroy
  • “Reirin” by Sabaa Tahir
  • “The Red One” by Rae Carson
  • “Rites” by John Jackson Miller
  • “Master and Apprentice” by Claudia Gray
  • “Beru Whitesun Lars” by Meg Cabot
  • “The Luckless Rodian” by Renee Ahdieh

 

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Cantina Cast #200: Obi-Wan’s Sacrifice

It’s finally here! 200 episodes! Mike and Joao take a moment to reflect on their journey to 200 episodes (and of course, thought-provoking Star Wars talk).

Quick episode summary:

  • Battlefront II beta is coming October 4th
  • Ron Howard tweets a picture with Boba Fett in the background?
  • Luke Skywalker gave Lor San Tekka the map to find him?
  • A look back at 200 episodes
  • Main Topic: Obi-Wan’s sacrifice
  • Why did Obi-Wan want to be destroyed by Darth Vader?
  • Did Obi-Wan want to have more of an influence of on the Cosmic Force?
  • Did Obi-Wan feel his mission was over?
  • Was Obi-Wan’s sacrifice to teach Luke to let go of attachments?
  • Did Luke’s attachments lead him to where we see him in The Last Jedi?

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Tarkin’s Top Shelf: Episode #21: Leia: Princess of Alderaan Full Analysis and Connection Discussion

Welcome back to another episode of “Tarkin’s Top Shelf”! Your hosts are ready to discuss one of the most inspiring characters of the Star Wars saga. Leia. In this episode, Becca and Mark analyze one of the most anticipated young adult novels from the Journey to The Last Jedi seriesClaudia Gray’s Leia: Princess of Alderaan.

Becca and Mark begin with Leia’s “Day of Demand” and work their way into an in-depth discussion of continuity connections that lead all the way up to Star Wars: The Last Jedi. They talk about their initial reactions, the Organa family secrets, and even new revelations surrounding Leia’s origins. Nothing is off limits, making this a conversation not to be missed.

Tarkin’s Top Shelf: Episode #21: Leia: Princess of Alderaan Full Analysis and Connection Discussion

 

 

News:

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Topic and Discussion:

  • Leia: Princess of Alderaan by Claudia Gray and Disney Books/Publishing
  • Initial Reactions!
  • Synopsis and timeline of the book
  • Leia’s “Day of Demand”
  • Meet the Organa’s: Senator Bail Organa and Queen Breha
  • The Future of the Rebellion a.k.a. Leia’s allies
  • Padme Amidala Origins
  • Crait and Connections to Star Wars:The Last Jedi
  • Amilyn Holdo: the Star Wars equivalent to Luna Lovegood (Harry Potter)
  • Moff Tarkin: the Party Crasher
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi stories of the Jedi
  • Relevance of “storms”
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Cantina Cast #196: The Darth Maul Character Dissection

You’ve been waiting a long time for this… Mike and Joao finally give their listeners a character dissection they’ve been wanting for a long time: Darth Maul!

Quick episode summary:

  • Rumors resurface on an Obi-Wan Kenobi stand-alone film
  • Main Topic: the Darth Maul character dissection
  • Darth Maul comics (Pre-The Phantom Menace and 2017 comic)
  • The stalking hunter
  • Loyalty to Darth Sidious and the Sith
  • Doubts about his abilities
  • What drives his hatred
  • Darth Maul in The Phantom Menace
  • Darth Maul is ALIVE!
  • Darth Maul’s revenge for Kenobi
  • Revenge on Darth Sidious? Or seeking to be his apprentice again?
  • Sons of Dathomir comic (2014)
  • Mother Talzin
  • Maul seeking to destroy Darth Sidious and Darth Vader
  • Maul and Ezra
  • His bloodlust for revenge on Kenobi returns
  • Kenobi vs. Maul one last time
  • At peace in the end?

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Steele Wars Podcast Live Call In Show – Ep 38 : With Allen Voivod of Star Wars 7×7 taking listener calls on the Kenobi film

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Allen Voivod of the Star Wars 7×7 Podcast joins us to discuss…

-This week’s exciting rumor about a Kenobi standalone, and potential plotlines

-The tedium of 3 years and change without a day off

-Steele’s hyper-organized collection

-Force Friday, what can be learned from the packaging, and how far Steele will go to get a plush porg

-What Lucasfilm can learn from other franchises in order to stay relevant

-Steele’s “way out there theory” for The Last Jedi

-Chris from NY wants to be blown away by the standalones

-Steele sings the praises of Mike Ehrmantraut

-Lowell Reynolds from Cali offers his dream standalone scenarios

-The need for new characters in Star Wars

PLUS… IN THE FIFTY MINUTE SUPPORTER BONUS SECTION   

-Samuel from NY discusses Vader and Kenobi connecting via ForceTime

-Inquisitors on Tatooine and Sheev’s pre-Sith college years

-Downtown Brittani Brown from San Diego wants to know why Yoda’s down with the Wookiees

-Emily Lind from NY is lukewarm about a Kenobi film, and proposes her ideal spinoff

-Kathleen Kennedy’s vision for the future of Lucasfilm

-Zoe from Star Wars Geek Girl (and PA) questions the need for a Kenobi film

Post production Eric Strothers.

Show notes Dom Legaspi.

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