7.5 – Quick & Dirty

“The Man” kept us busy over the last couple of weeks so we had a quick talk about what has been on our plates in the last couple of weeks.

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7 – Go Nuts On Star Wars

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First of all, sorry for the soundquality. A big thank you goes out to listener Flo who helped me salvage a functioning epsiode from the wreckage that were curropted .wav-files.

We spent a whole episode talking about what was going on a long time ago in galaxy far far away. Star Wars influenced a lot of people and paved the way for a lot of things we enjoy today.
Of course we go off topic once and talk about Batman/Young Justice.
If you would like to to let us know about your answers to our questions, please get in contact with us. We’d like to do a a segment or episode with your thoughts on the franchise.

The title of this episode was inspired by this Photoset.

Here’s the rundown of our talk:

  • First time
  • What makes Star Wars a classic for you?
  • What about the prequels?
  • The joys of an Expanded Universe?
  • Did you read any books/comics? If so, what was your favourite?
  • George Lucas: is a father entitled to to mess up his kid retroactively?
  • Episode VII: worthy return?
  • A Star Wars Story: do we need glorified Fan-Fiction?
  • Do we need a new Star Wars movie every twelve months?
  • Favourite character
  • Favourite scene

Corrections:

Books mentioned:

  • Timothy Zahn: Thrawn Trilogy (US|UK|DE)
  • Cam Kennedy & Tom Veitch: Dark Empire (US|UK|DE)
  • John Jackson Miller: Kenobi (US|UK|DE)
  • Paul S. Kemp: Lords Of The Sith (US|UK|DE)

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Extras:

Thank You for listening!

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music courtesy of Savestates

6 – Suicide Squat

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We’re back! A little late this time due to a technical hiccup that cost us the original recording of this episode, but here we are again, recreating the magic in a longer talk.

We are talking about:

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    • Star Wars: Live Debt by Chuck Wendig (US/UK/DE)
    • Star Wars: Aftermath by Chuck Wendig (US/UK/DE)
    • Star Wars: Bloodlines by Claudia Grey (US/UK/DE)
    • Beast by Paul Kingsnorth (US/UK/DE)
    • The Wake by Paul Kingsnorth (US/UK/DE)
    • The Expanse by James Corey (US/UK/DE)
    • World War Z by Max Brooks (US/UK/DE)
      (those are not affiliate links)

Thank You so much for Your interest!

You can contact us at asteroidsinexile@gmail.com
Intro/Outro music is Every Character Is Literally The Same by Savestates