Jumping Into Hyperspace Theories

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Introducing the first episode of the Hyperspace Theories podcast! . . . → Read More: Jumping Into Hyperspace Theories

Linda Interviews Ryder Windham

Linda interviews Ryder Windham about his new Star Wars Rebels book, Ezra’s Gamble. . . . → Read More: Linda Interviews Ryder Windham

Reviewing Rebels & Remembering Henson on Assembly of Geeks

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This week’s episode of Assembly of Geeks reviews the premiere of Star Wars Rebels and remembers the late, great Jim Henson. . . . → Read More: Reviewing Rebels & Remembering Henson on Assembly of Geeks

Everyday Fandom Clothing and Your Chance To Speak Up

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Now’s your chance to ask for this type of fandom clothing if that’s something you’d like too. ANOVOS sells high-quality, fully-licensed replicas movie and TV uniforms and props. They are currently planning their 2015 and beyond product line of soft-goods (non-armored costumes) and they’re asking for your input. . . . → Read More: Everyday Fandom Clothing and Your Chance To Speak Up

Fangirls Going Rogue Episode 11: With a Rebel Yell, We Talk Cons, Cons, Cons!

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On this month’s Fangirls Going Rogue, Teresa and Tricia put on their running sneakers and caught up to Mary Franklin to talk about Star Wars Celebration. It’s a Star Wars Rebels-filled episode with Erich Schoeneweiss (Del Rey, Star Wars Books) and Johnamarie Macias (The Wookiee Gunner) sharing memories from San Diego Comic-Con, Dragon Con, the Star Wars Rebels screening in New York City, and looking forward to New York Comic Con. Teresa’s Star Wars Bookworms Goodreads discussion forum sparks the character discussion: Is R2-D2 sentient? . . . → Read More: Fangirls Going Rogue Episode 11: With a Rebel Yell, We Talk Cons, Cons, Cons!

Star Wars at GeekGirlCon 2014

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FANgirl will be returning to GeekGirlCon with contributors Linda, Kay, B.J. and Tricia Barr sitting on panels! . . . → Read More: Star Wars at GeekGirlCon 2014

REVIEW: Star Wars Rebels: Ezra’s Gamble

Linda and Skylar review the new book Star Wars Rebels: Ezra’s Gamble by Ryder Windham. . . . → Read More: REVIEW: Star Wars Rebels: Ezra’s Gamble

Once Upon A Time Han Shot First

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The first anniversary of Assembly of Geeks marks a stellar episode with Frozen, Once Upon A Time, and Han shooting first! . . . → Read More: Once Upon A Time Han Shot First

Assembly of Geeks Returns From Summer Break

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Assembly of Geeks returns from summer break to talk Star Wars Rebels and rumors. . . . → Read More: Assembly of Geeks Returns From Summer Break

Kay Reviews A New Dawn

Kay is back with a review of the latest Star Wars Books release, A New Dawn by John Jackson Miller. The novel is a prequel to the upcoming television series Star Wars Rebels, and includes the backstory on the two older protagonists in the show, Kanan and Hera.

From Kay’s review:

A New Dawn marks the beginning of a new era in Star Wars books. This is the first book to come out under the guidance of the Lucasfilm Story Group, responsible for coordinating all Star Wars stories going forward no matter the medium. All the previously published books of the Expanded Universe are now known as Legends. And while I understand why this decision was made and applaud the idea of better overall coordination, the April announcement left me heartbroken. I’ve spent many years of my life with those now legendary tales. I didn’t always love where some authors took the stories, but I came to know those characters of the post-Return of the Jedi era inside and out. Now their fates are up in the air. They may reappear as I knew them, in another form, or never again – with no known date when we’d know for sure. So I thought that this might be my exit point from reading anything new about that galaxy far, far away.

One person’s involvement made me decide to at least give this relaunch a chance: John Jackson Miller.

Click here for her full review.

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