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RetroZap is many things, but first and foremost, it places an emphasis on Star Wars coverage and analysis that far outweighs all other franchises–by design. This site started with Star Wars, and it remains at the core of what we do. From editorials, to deep-dive analyses into the Original Trilogy, the Prequel Trilogy, the Sequel Trilogy, the Star Wars Story film series, animated series, Legends (EU / Expanded Universe), comics, books and publishing, collecting and more–we do it all. Look here for all things Star Wars at RetroZap—it’s among some of the best content we produce, becasue at heart, we are still just passionate fans, just like you, expressing what we love about the galaxy far, far away.

Our writers range from as many diverse backgrounds and generations of the franchise as there are, so RetroZap can be seen as a perfect forum for new ideas and deep insight into the world’s most famous and most recognizeable film franchise.


This is our last recorded episode before social distancing went into effect, so enjoy the echoes of a time before. We ask the hard-hitting questions in this episode, like, "Is the Ewok death scene the best acting in Star Wars?" and "Do the Knights of Ren smell bad?" The answer to both is probably yes. There's also talk of breakfast at Wendy's, James Spader, and the proper way to start a Sunday morning.

This is our last recorded episode before social distancing went into effect, so enjoy the echoes of a time before. We ask the hard-hitting questions in this episode, like, “Is the Ewok death scene the best acting in Star Wars?” and “Do the Knights of Ren smell bad?” The answer to both is probably yes. There’s also talk of breakfast at Wendy’s, James Spader, and the proper way to start a Sunday morning.

Hey everyone it's BREWSDAY and that means the Star Wars party rolls on no matter what! We're talking The Rise of Skywalker Novelization, Joe's birthday dinner fit for a king, Wilfred Brimley autographs, a certain 5-year old prediction coming true(ish), 16-bit reenactments and a little band called The Hu.

Hey everyone it’s BREWSDAY and that means the Star Wars party rolls on no matter what! We’re talking The Rise of Skywalker Novelization, Joe’s birthday dinner fit for a king, Wilfred Brimley autographs, a certain 5-year old prediction coming true(ish), 16-bit reenactments and a little band called The Hu.

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