Caitlin and Charlotte deep dive into some specific aspects about Star Wars Rebels’ excellent episode “Twin Suns” — they discuss their initial impressions of the episode, fan reactions, and then compare it to Hitchcock’s masterpiece “North by Northwest” by exploring the concepts of moral relativism, mistaken identity, and the episode’s visual language. Then, they speculate about how we will view this episode after the upcoming Kenobi series.
Our fourth annual summer series continues with part 2 of 3, where we explore 2012 through 2018 with Star Wars and animation. On this episode: The Disney sale, the cancellation of The Clone Wars, the Netflix deal, Star Wars Rebels, Lego Star Wars Freemakers, Forces of Destiny, and much more.
In this episode, we bring you an interview with the voice of Hera Syndulla in Star Wars Rebels herself, Vanessa Marshall, where we talk Rebels, The Clone Wars finale and her experience voicing Rook Kast, the importance of found family within the text of Star Wars and in the community, and how we’re all coping with the recent events together through Star Wars.
Caitlin and Charlotte take on the topic of weird Force stuff, from Force powers and Force users to Force mysteries. They discuss Quinlan Vos’ psychometry “power,” the Force bond, the Guardians of the Whills, the Bendu, Vader Immortal’s Brightstar, resurrection, and much more.
Live panel recording from Dragon*Con 2019 [Star Wars Track] all about Star Wars Animation: from Clone Wars, Rebels, Resistance, and more. Thanks to the Star Wars Track for the opportunity and for allowing Caitlin to moderate!
The theme of defiance takes center stage on this episode. In part one, we define it (how it is different than rebellion or resistance?). In part two, we talk about defiance throughout Star Wars. In part three, we speculate on future moments of defiance.