We catch up on the latest Star Wars publishing announcements including new non-High Republic novels for 2022, the conclusion of The War of the Bounty Hunters series, and Ghosts of Vader’s Castle. We also discuss Hasbro’s 2021 PulseCon announcements and Hayden Christensen’s possible appearance in more Disney+ projects.
Ryan is back from Batuu so he takes us through his experience at Galaxy’s Edge. We also have the same conversation about the toy industry we do everytime Hasbro announces new products, share our excitement for the recently announced Visions: Ronin novel, and of course break down Bad Batch episode 11, “Devil’s Deal.”
This week’s episode features a look at recent Andor casting rumors, new toy reveals from Hasbro, Ryan’s impressions of the Jedi: Fallen Order next-gen update, and The Bad Batch episode 7, “Battle Scars.” That sounds like a lot, but it’s really just a prelude to the triumphant return of precious metal pewter and its grip on the Star Wars collecting community.
Brandon from the excellent Talking Bay 94 podcast joins us to celebrate the Clone Wars Micro-Series’s arrival on Disney+. We talk about the history of the show, our appreciation for the vision and aesthetic of the series, and favorite moments from both volumes. Plus we hatch a plan to develop Himbo Kit Fisto cosplay for Celebration 2022.
This week’s episode opens with a look at the recently announced legacy content coming to Disney+, new Black Series figures, and Marvel’s contributions to Pride Month. We then spend the rest of the episode discussing Attack of the Clone’s deleted scenes and reveal our lack of Sifo Dyas expertise.
This week’s episode is a little shorter (at least for us). We cover The Mandalorian’s Golden Globes nomination before chatting about some recent toy acquistions, the Star Wars Rebels premier episode, and a quick preview of the new YA High Republic novel Into the Dark.
This week’s show features a look at the debut episode of The High Republic Show and Hasbro’s recent Fan Friday announcements. We also couldn’t help getting into our thoughts re: Hasbro pricing, distribution, and whether or not toys will ever be big with kids again.