As the ashes of Star Wars Rebels settle, a new animated series featuring the talent of fan-favorite actors from The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi, Oscar Isaac and Gwendoline Christie, along with newcomers Christopher Sean, Suzie McGrath, Scott Lawrence, Myrna Velasco, Josh Brener, Donald Faison, Bobby Moynihan, Jim Rash, and Rachel Butera, and helmed by Star Wars animation veteran, Dave Filoni, is about to rise!
So most of you have probably noticed already that there was no new episode of The Elven Padawan podcast this past Saturday. And I am here to tell you that there is a legitimate reason for that this time, and it’s not just another case of “Shay-got-bogged-down-with-schoolwork-and-also-forgot-and-also-didn’t-feel-like-setting-up-the-microphone-when-Saturday-finally-came.”
The reason? I did record a podcast, just not with The Elven Padawan!
In which Shay begins the podcast by delivering a rant about how she sees the current state of things in fandoms, and how it bothers her, and finishes by offering some thoughts about the latest episodes of Star Wars Rebels.
In just a few days, the amazing show Star Wars Rebels will come to its conclusion.
We’ve had four seasons of the Ghost crew and their fight against the Empire, each member learning as they overcame challenges of all kinds together. I started watching this show only a year ago, and even though I know the Finale is going to be fantastic and well-thought out, I am extremely sad that it’s ending. It will be missed greatly. In honor of Rebels, the team of The Elven Padawan – Shay, Kitten, and I, Audrey – talk about our favorite characters, episodes, and why we love Rebels so much.
Kristin Baver has sent out a call for artists and fan who have art or photos that they would like to see possibly make it into an issue of Star Wars Insider, and a special invitation to the Padawans of the fandom who have something they’d like to share!!
“Fairytales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us dragons can be beaten.”
– G. K. Chesterton
To some people, books and movies are just books and movies. A way to entertain themselves, maybe use their imaginations for a short time and then go back to normal life. That’s not how it works for me.