Starships, Sabers, and Scoundrels #38: Apocalypse A Long Time Ago

by Starships Sabers and Scoundrels

Dennis and Taxus review Phasma and Jay interviews Courtney Morelock.

In the latest episode of Starships, Sabers, and Scoundrels, Dennis, Taxus, and Jay discuss J.J. Abrams and Episode IX, A Certain Point of View, and the Phasma novel. Plus Jay interviews Courtney Morelock of Squadron Goals.


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Starships, Sabers, and Scoundrels #38: Apocalypse A long Time Ago

Welcome to episode 38 of Starships, Sabers, and Scoundrels: Apocalypse A Long Time Ago. On this episode, Jay interviews Courtney Morelock and Dennis and Taxus review Phasma. However, there is plenty of Star Wars news, listener feedback, and more to cover. So, get ready for episode 38: Apocalypse A Long Time Ago.

Recent Star Wars News

After a brief discussion of Jay’s appearance on Idiot’s Array, the show turns to the news. The first item for discussion is Disney’s upcoming streaming service and Bog Iger’s announcement that it is the future exclusive home of Star Wars, Marvel, and Disney content. Dennis, Jay, and Taxus then discuss the recent announcement of the return of Galactic Nights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. In addition, the writers and narrators for the Star Wars anthology A Certain Point of View were recently announced by Lucasfilm and Del Rey. We discuss the stories we are looking forward to the most. Plus, J.J. Abrams returns to Star Wars as the director of Episode IX.

Jay Chats with Courtney Morelock

After reporting on her products last episode, Jay visits with Courtney Morelock of Who Talks First? and Squadron Goals.

Phasma by Delilah S. Dawson

Dennis and Taxus review Phasma by Delilah S. Dawson. What makes this story of the First Order’s most mysterious Captain unique in the Star Wars universe? Also, what were Phasma’s goals? We discuss this and more during our review of Dawson’s wonderful novel. For more thoughts on Phasma, check out Dennis’s review on RetroZap.com.

Silence Fools!

After a diversion to check out the most notorious Huttball owner’s daydreams about the Hall of Fame, the show turns to some listener feedback in “Silence Fools!” In this edition, Dennis, Jay, and Taxus ponder whether a Sith t-shirt is appropriate attire for a wedding.

Thanks for tuning into episode 38 of Starships, Sabers, and Scoundrels: Apocalypse A Long Time Ago.



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Welcome to Starships, Sabers, and Scoundrels. This bi-weekly show features two first-generation Star Wars fans. Each episode, RetroZappers Dennis Keithly and Darth Taxus offer their hot space opinions on Star Wars news. Then they engage in Star Wars discussion in the “Hyperthetical” segment. Top ten lists, book reviews, Rebels discussion, and interviews are all on the table. After the Hyperthetical, each episode features listener feedback with Silence Fools.

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Starships, Sabers, and Scoundrels #38: Apocalypse A Long Time Ago

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