From Phoenix Comicon 2017 — It’s “The Last Jedi” panel featuring The Animanicast and special guests!
From a stage at Phoenix Comicon 2017, Join Joey from RetroZap’s “The Animanicast” along with Jason Hunt from “The Wampa’s Lair” podcast and Kyle Avery from “Star Wars: The Saga Continues” podcast as they discuss what we can expect from Star Wars: The Last Jedi and what the future of Star Wars has in store for us!
Phoenix Comicon 2017 Last Jedi Panel
Joey from the Animanicast recently co-hosted a panel covering “The Last Jedi and the Future of Star Wars” at Phoenix Comicon 2017 along with Jason from “The Wampa’s Lair” and Kyle from “Star Wars: The Saga Continues.”
The panel features a discussion of the yet-untitled “Han Solo Standalone film” as well as a discussion of “Star Wars, Episode VIII: The Last Jedi.”
This was the third year Phoenix Comicon featured a panel with the trio. They have previously hosted Star Wars Trivia panels, The Force Awakens, and The Clone Wars (which can be seen HERE.)
The Han Solo Film-
- Who are the stars?
- What are the possible plot points?
- How are the recent TMZ photos consistent with plot elements found in the current Star Wars books and comics?
The Last Jedi-
- The teaser trailer is shown and reviewed with the audience.
- What Luke might mean when he says, “It’s time for the Jedi to end.”
- With the absence of the New Republic, the power vacuum of the galaxy is discussed.
- What the recent Vanity Fair pictures and article tell us about the movie.
- New alien designs are discussed. Do they look too much like Doctor Who designs?
- What might Lucasfilm do with the character of Leia now with the passing of Carrie Fisher?
- The trio also discuss Rey’s character and what they hope to see in her training.
- Who could be Rey’s parents?
- Audience Q and A
Joey is one of the hosts of the Animanicast, a podcast that is dedicated to revisiting each episode of the classic cartoon series “Animaniacs.” You can follow him on twitter @joeyintucson and check out episodes of “The Animanicast” by visiting www.animanicast.com