Tags: aaron allston, daniel abraham, empire and rebellion, honor among thieves, james s.a. corey, joe schreiber, maul lockdown, ty franck
Here is this week’s Podcasts in Review. I did some catching up, so there are quite a few this week.
Bombad Radio: Episode 129 has an interview with Star Wars: The Old Republic writer Charles Boyd who talks about what the game designers are working on next giving gamers an idea of what to expect in the way of new content, and what isn’t likely. He also mentions the kind of studies they’ve done to studying player’s behaviors, which was pretty interesting. Very informative episode.
Episode 130 is a Star Wars free-for-all as multiple guests all weigh in on a variety of Star Wars topics. They talk about Mark Hamill and Liam Neeson being in The Clone Wars Season 6, Episode VII news and rumors, and lots more.
Coffee with Kenobi: Rebels Reactions #3 features guest Craig Dickinson as he and the hosts discuss Star Wars Rebels. As can be expected, there’s some insightful commentary on the characters and themes of the show as they cover Kanan, Ezra and Zeb (note this was prior to the reveals of Hera and Sabine). I rather liked the observation regarding the biblical sounding names and it’ll be interesting if the show goes any further into that theme. Nice discussion and worth a listen. Looking forward to hearing them discuss the new female characters as I’m very intrigued by Sabine.
Fangirls Going Rogue: Episode #5 starts out with guest Lisa Granshaw (The Daily Dot) and a Star Wars Rebels discussion which also touches on the controversial male orientation of Disney and Hasbro’s marketing for the show. Afterwards special guest Clare Grant joins them to talk Team Unicorn and lots of other fun Star Wars and geeky topics. Great show, so make sure this one hits your playlist. Continue Reading Podcasts in Reviews…
Tags: daniel abraham, empire and rebellion, honor among thieves, james s.a. corey, ty franck
To coincide with the release of Honor Among Thieves, we have an interview with the authors, Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck (aka James S.A. Corey). We touch on the characters, approaching the project, the dialog and what they have coming out next. Click here to read the full interview.
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Tags: daniel abraham, Gabriel Hardman, injustice gods among us, james s.a. corey, Jan Duursema, jason fry, joe corroney, john jackson miller, john ostrander, karen miller, kevin hearne, kevin j. anderson, mentats of dune, paul s. kemp, randy stradley, sam witwer, the path to power, tom taylor, ty franck
Here is this week’s Around the Web news roundup of Star Wars and beyond. Lots of featured news this week as people respond to the Marvel Star Wars license announcement.
- Paul S. Kemp shares why he writes masculine stories. It’s a nice insight into the themes of his books.
- Athena’s Daughters is now funded and they reached the stretch goal for the Joe Corroney cover for the companion book, Apollo’s Daughters, which will feature stories by familiar Star Wars writers such as Aaron Allston, Michael A. Stackpole and John Jackson Miller.
- Want to pre-order a signed copy of Mentats of Dune by Kevin J. Anderson and Brian Herbert? Then click here.
- The Tarnished Crown Book 1: The Path to Power by Karen Miller is in the editing stage and will be ready for publication later this year. Continue Reading Around the Web…
Tags: a spark remains, aaron allston, dark times, dave dorman, Kathleen Kennedy, kevin hearne, kevin j. anderson, knights of the old republic, princess leah, randy stradley, shannon mcrandle, the dragon business, ty franck
The big news this was the announcement of a new Star Wars book in The Jedi Path/The Book of Sith line that will focus on the bounty hunters. Called The Bounty Hunter Code: From the File of Boba Fett, this deluxe edition comes in the shape of a briefcase, includes extra goodies and covers info on bounty hunting with notes from the pros like Boba, Dengar, Bossk and more. Idle Hands posted a really nice write up with lots of pictures, plus Amazon has it up for pre-order. Unlike the previous books in this series, Daniel Wallace will be joined by two other authors: Ryder Windham and Jason Fry. The book is certainly in good hands.
LucasBooks editor Jen Heddle has also been tweeting a lot of lit news lately. She’s been reading the manuscripts for Maul: Lockdown by Joe Schreiber and The Star Wars by J.W. Rinzler. Some fun notes about The Star Wars: there’s a pilot character called Mace and Leia has a brother named Windy. Definitely going to be an interesting read. Continue Reading Around the Web…
Tags: daniel abraham, james s.a. corey, leviathan wakes, ty franck
James S.A. Corey (aka Ty Franck and Daniel Abraham) is signed up to write a Han Solo novel as part of the Rebels series. Both writers are new to Star Wars. What will they be like? Well, they might be new to Star Wars, but they’re definitely not new to science fiction. Leviathan Wakes is a sci-fi novel populated with deep characters and a rich storyline. It’s a captivating tale that’s definitely worth checking out. Click here to read our full review.