Podcasts in Review

March 1, 2018 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.

Blast Points Podcast: Episode 112 covers some news, touching on some of the details for the upcoming Blu-ray release of The Last Jedi, and J.J. Abrams’ appearance on Colbert. Afterwards, they get to their main topic – Marcia Lucas. They cover how she got started in editing, how she met George Lucas, how they got married, her work on THX1138, American Graffiti, Star Wars, the things she was responsible for, their adoption of Amanda, and their separation. They talk about how important she was in regards to Star Wars, how she may have been the secret ingredient for the original trilogy, and how her absence may have affected the prequels. Plus there’s a couple audio clips. Great stuff. Definitely one you’ll want to listen to.

Podcast Network: N/A, Runtime: 1 hour 1 minute, Audio Quality: Excellent, Editing: Excellent, Hosts: Jason, and Gabe, Rating: Excellent

Brews and Blasters: Episode 157 they go over a Star Wars cookbook, the toy news from Toy Fair, Solo toys, the new Falcon, other Toy Fair reveals, and the HasLab sail barge. They also discussion Star Wars Rebels, and fair warning, they kick it off with the big spoilers and no warning, so listen at your own risk if you’ve somehow avoided spoilers and haven’t seen “Jedi Night” yet. Fun episode.

Podcast Network: RetrozapRuntime: 1 hour 20 minutes, Audio Quality: Excellent, Editing: Excellent, Hosts: Joe, and Chris, Rating: Fun

Children of the Force: Episode 98 they talk a little Iron Man 3, then move on to Star Wars news. They talk about the Solo poster, the Episode IX art director, the Solo books, toy reveals, and they delve into how Darth Vader uses the bathroom.

Podcast Network: N/A, Runtime: 49 minute, Audio Quality: Excellent, Editing: Excellent, Hosts: Al, Anna, and Liam, Rating: Fun Continue Reading Podcasts in Review…

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