Around the Web

January 29, 2016 at 12:01 am | Posted in Around the Web, Art, Comic Books, Marvel, News, Regular Feature, Star Wars News | Leave a comment

Here is this week’s Around the Web news roundup of Star Wars and beyond.

Art News

  • Brian Miller has a new print out on Dark Ink called “Dune Sea Droids.”


Comic News

  • Buzz Comics has a preview for Obi-Wan and Anakin #2 (thanks to Jedi Bibliothek for finding it).
  • Comic Vine has a look at Star Wars #16.

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Podcasts in Review

January 28, 2016 at 12:01 am | Posted in Podcasts, Podcasts in Review, Regular Feature, Reviews, Star Wars | Leave a comment

Here is this week’s Podcasts in Review.

Assembly of Geeks: Kid Friendly Deadpool & Legendary Hawkgirl covers the passing of Alan Rickman, one parent’s crusade to tame Deadpool, and a nice interview with the actress who is playing Hawkgirl in Legends of Tomorrow.

Brews and Blasters: Episode #52 brings up an interesting question – when is The Force Awakens leaving IMAX? They also talk about toy collecting, maps, wild fan theories, they share some Natalie Portman stories, and it’s another wide ranging, free flowing discussion revolving around Star Wars. Fun episode.

Collectors Cast: Episode 59 includes coverage of Farthest From 10 as Mark talks with Richard Hutchinson about it. Then Mark and James talk about the Rey/Monopoly/Hasbro issue with some surprising defense for Hasbro. They also stick up for the Academy Awards and the show wraps up with a nice chat with Steve Sansweet. Continue Reading Podcasts in Review…

New Release: ‘Kanan #10’

January 27, 2016 at 12:04 am | Posted in Comic Books, Marvel, Star Wars | Leave a comment

Marvel has one new Star Wars comic out today.


Kanan #10 (of 12)

Writer: Greg Weisman
Artist: Pepe Larraz
Cover Artist: Mark Brooks

Caleb Dume’s first days in The Clone Wars continue…Master Billaba brings her Padawan and their clones to the Battle of Mygeeto. Separatist Generals Sear and Grievous lay in wait…

Details: 32 Pages, Rated T, $3.99

Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

Comic Review: ‘Star Wars #15’

January 27, 2016 at 12:03 am | Posted in Comic Books, Marvel, Reviews, Star Wars | Leave a comment

Star Wars #15 is another side trip with Obi-Wan Kenobi. This time he finds himself helping Luke build his T-16 Skyhopper and defending Jawas from Tusken Raiders. Click here to read our full review.

Reviewed By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

Comic Review: ‘I Hate Fairyland #4’

January 27, 2016 at 12:02 am | Posted in Comic Books, Image, Reviews | Leave a comment
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I Hate Fairyland #4 continues its perfect streak with another awesome issue. Violent, funny, imaginative and beautiful, it has a bit of everything. Click here to read our full review.

Reviewed By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

Databurst From the 501st

January 27, 2016 at 12:00 am | Posted in 501st, Charity, Databurst From the 501st, Events, Star Wars | Leave a comment

501stLogoLatest Databurst From the 501st covering 501st Legion event news from January 27 to February 2nd. As always, be sure to mark your calendars and support your local garrisons.

January 27

  • 70th Explorers Garrison will be in Kansas City, MO for the One Man Star Wars Trilogy at the Starlight Theatre from January 27 to 31st.
  • Great Lakes Garrison will be in Bay City, MI for the Star Wars Party at the Library.
  • Southern California Garrison will be in Palm Springs, CA for the Star Wars literacy program at Palm Springs Public Library from 6:00 to 8:00 PM, in Rancho Cucamonga, CA for Star Gazing Night at Bear Gulch Elementary, and in North Hills, CA for Galpin Volkswagen Star Wars Evening.
  • Star Garrison will be at Chart Your Course, and at the Cub Scout Pack 256 Blue & Gold Ceremony.

January 28

  • Central Garrison will be in Omaha, MN for the Children’s Hospital Minneapolis visit.
  • Polish Garrison will be in Gdańsk for the 405th Anniversary of the birth of Hevelius.

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New Release: ‘Staked’ by Kevin Hearne

January 26, 2016 at 8:37 pm | Posted in Books, Fantasy | Leave a comment
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Staked by Kevin Hearne is out today in hardcover, digital and audiobook formats. This is book eight in The Iron Druid Chronicles. Click here to check out the official product page for excerpts and purchase links.

Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

Book Review: ‘The Force Awakens: The Visual Dictionary’

January 26, 2016 at 12:05 am | Posted in Books, DK, Episode VII, Movies, Reviews, Star Wars, Star Wars Books | Leave a comment
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If there is only one book you get to complement the movie, it should be this one. Star Wars: The Force Awakens: The Visual Dictionary is the perfect companion piece to the film. Click here to read our full review.

Reviewed By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

New Release: ‘Lords of the Sith’ Paperback

January 26, 2016 at 12:00 am | Posted in Books, Random House, Star Wars, Star Wars Books | Leave a comment
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Lords of the Sith by Paul S. Kemp is out today in paperback. Click here to check out Random House’s official product page which includes excerpts and retailer links.

Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

Movie Review: ’13 Hours’

January 25, 2016 at 12:00 am | Posted in Movies, Reviews | Leave a comment

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi is a film I didn’t plan on seeing, but I’m glad I did. While there is a lot of deep undertones to the story and the political turmoil, 13 Hours doesn’t play out as a slap in the face to politics. Instead, it’s an intense war movie with likeable characters. It takes the time to develop the soldiers in the story, to allow viewers to bond with them, then it throws them into hell. Michael Bay might get a lot of flack for the Transformers franchise, but 13 Hours shows he’s a talented director who can do a compelling story and still has a couple surprises up his sleeve.

The movie focuses on the CIA contractors stationed at the secret CIA annex in Benghazi, Libya. Along with the diplomatic outpost there where Ambassador Chris Stevens was staying, both locations come under attack and it turns into a gripping tale of rescue and survival. There are lots of humanizing elements that bring the CIA contractors to life. You get a chance to bond with them which makes it even more tense and painful when their lives are put on the line. The actors do a great job of slipping into their roles and their characters. There’s no wooden acting. Michael Bay also does a great job of transitioning to character moments, storybuiling moments as the tension ramps up, and all out action as the firefights break out. It keeps you locked into the film from beginning to end. Continue Reading Movie Review: ’13 Hours’…

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