On this fully armed and operational episode, we begin a discussion about those things that originated in Legends and have migrated to Star Wars canon.
Before there was Rebels, The Force Awakens, and Rogue One, there was the Expanded Universe that told decades worth of Star Wars stories after the release of Return of the Jedi. Lucasfilm set the Expanded Universe aside as “Legends” to tell new stories, but as Ahsoka Tano once said, “There is a bit of truth in legends.” On this episode of Podcast Stardust, we are taking a look at those elements of Star Wars that originated in Legends and found a new life in the current Star Wars canon.
On this episode, we discuss:
- The translation of Thrawn from Heir to the Empire to Rebels,
- Star Wars ships and cruisers that originated in video games and books,
- Luke Skywalker’s Force projection from The Last Jedi, and
- The planet of Malachor.
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Podcast Stardust is the fully armed and operational podcast inspired by the code name for the Death Star. Hosted by first-generation Star Wars fans, Dennis Keithly and Jay Krebs, Podcast Stardust endeavors to bring thought provoking discussion on recent Star Wars news on a weekly basis. Between news episodes, Dennis and Jay review the latest episodes from Star Wars television covering everything from Resistance, Rebels, and The Clone Wars to The Mandalorian and other live action productions on Disney+. Of course, Podcast Stardust wouldn’t be complete without thematic discussions, top ten lists, and interviews on everything from Star Wars literature, comics, and the films themselves.