The Art of Anaheim

April 2, 2015 at 12:01 am | Posted in Art, Celebration, Conventions, Star Wars, The Roqoo Depot Galleria | Leave a comment

Star Wars Celebration Anaheim has a full lineup of artists and exclusive prints for this year’s art show. Amongst that group is a wide selection of artists and art styles. From photorealistic images like Chris Trevas’ “Folly of TK-421” and Brian Rood’s “A New Hope Montage” to more animated pictures like Katie Cook’s “Return of the Jedi” and Grant Gould’s “The Legend of Thrawn”. Fans can also choose from a variety subject matter stretching from the Jawa sandcrawler featured in Malcom Tween’s piece to the iconic Boba Fett in Shea Standefer’s print. To help fans get ready for the show, we’ve gathered together all of the prints for your viewing pleasure.

The Art of Star Wars Celebration Anaheim

“Trust in the Force” by Steve Anderson
250 piece lithograph edition, 20 ” x 40″, limit 2, $50.00 Continue Reading The Art of Anaheim…

Podcasts in Review

April 2, 2015 at 12:00 am | Posted in Interview, Podcasts, Podcasts in Review, Regular Feature, Reviews, Star Wars | Leave a comment
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Here is this week’s Podcasts in Review.

Coffee With Kenobi: Coffee Chat with James Arnold Taylor is a fun one as James talks about Star Wars Celebration Anaheim, The Comlink, Star Wars Weekends, Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels. Cory and Dan present just the right atmosphere which results a in a very casual and entertaining conversation with James. A great episode for your Star Wars playlist.

Special Edition: Indiana Comic Con includes a lot of guests as they talked to multiple people at the convention including Princess Leia comic writer Mark Waid, blogger Amy Ratcliffe and more. They talk about their experiences at the con, and share their stories about meeting Carrie Fisher. And speaking of Carrie Fisher, afterwards they have the audio of her panel.

Dead Talks: The Walking Dead season finale has already aired, but I’m still catching up with the podcast. In Episode #36 they cover “Spend”, tackle how Rick’s group might be a bad influence for the people of Alexandria, Carol’s evolution as a character, Abraham finding his place in the community, and the horror Glen witnesses. Quite simply, I love this podcast. I can’t believe how much my Walking Dead fandom was missing out on. Continue Reading Podcasts in Review…

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