The ladies fly fast and shoot straight with their ‘ships in the newest episode of Fangirls Going Rogue. Bria LaVorgna (Tosche Station, White Hot Room) joins Tricia Barr, Teresa Delgado, and Sarah Woloski to discuss survival skills for a new era of Star Wars movies. Lessons learned in the ‘shipper wars in the Prequel Trilogy and Expanded Universe eras spur a discussion on how to be passionate about our favorite characters without making enemies of fandom friends. Parents, Parents, this is the podcast conversation to help guide you and your younglings through the social media era. Hear the ladies’ thoughts on Star Wars Rebels Season 2 summer premiere; short form #spacemarried, #Vaderrules, and #fangirlflail. Speaking of Rebels, the fangirls round out interviews with all the members of the Ghost‘s crew, speaking to Taylor Gray. From Star Wars Weekends, Darth Maul stunt actor Ray Park shares how Star Wars inspired his career and how martial arts can help little (and big) kids focus. Finally, the character discussion gets imposing as Agent Kallus takes center stage.
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Bria LaVorgna as Jedi Mulan
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Well, the Star Wars Rebels first season finale definitely lived up to its name “Fire Across the Galaxy.” There was much to discuss about it and the second to last episode – “Rebel Resolve” (or as I call it “Rebels Mockingjay Part 1″). It’s true my Fulcrum speculation didn’t turn out to be correct, but I still have hope we’ll see those two characters pop up somewhere.
Nevertheless, I was happy to join Disney Vault Talk’s Rebel Yell hosts Steve Glosson and Teresa Delgado along with fellow guests Erich Shoeneweiss from Del Rey Books and Aaron Goins from Star Wars Bookworms to put it all on the table. For discussion on Chopper’s WALL-E moments and his dangerous side, where the villains stand, a hat tip to Jaina Solo, our awe of the show’s visuals, the latest developments in #spacemarried and a lot more, give the podcast a listen.
From the show notes:
Teresa and Steve are joined by Erich Shoeneweiss (@Darth_Duff on Twitter), Aaron Goins from Star Wars Bookworms and Bad Wolf Radio and Kay from Fangirl Blog to discuss the final two episodes of the first season of Star Wars Rebels. Rebel Resolve and Fire Across the Galaxy rounded out the first season of what was for Steve a surprisingly great show, for Teresa business as usual, and for our panel? Well..everyone loved the season, but what are our thoughts as we close things out with deaths, returns and appearances, the first season ended with jaw dropping results, and . . . → Read More: Kay Talks Star Wars Rebels Finale on Rebel Yell
Tricia visits the ForceCast for a discussion about romance in Star Wars. . . . → Read More: Tricia Talks Twittering Hearts As Storytelling Beats on ForceCast
A recap of the standing room only Heroine’s Journey panel at GeekGirlCon 2014. . . . → Read More: GeekGirlCon 2014: Heroine’s Journey Panel Recap
Recapping the second weekend of Star Wars Weekends 2014, including the RebelForce Radio meet-up. . . . → Read More: Star Wars Weekend 2014 Recap: Weekend Two
Lily Morgane reviews WYNDE. . . . → Read More: Lily Morgane Reviews WYNDE
Fangirls Around the Web for February 8, 2014. . . . → Read More: Fangirls Around the Web: February 8, 2014
Choose your side – Empire or Rebellion – or Mara will do it for you. . . . → Read More: Choose Your Side: Imperial or Rebel
Hero Complex interviews Legend of Korra co-creators and Korra voice actress. . . . → Read More: The Unreluctant Hero Korra
Does a hero’s parents have to die? This post challenges the way storyteller consider mythology. . . . → Read More: Why Do We Write The Things We Do?