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Why We Love Star Wars: An Interview with Ken Napzok

It’s true - all of it! Regardless of one’s age, Star Wars - whether in celluloid, written, or collectable form - has a history of igniting imaginations and creating a life-long love affair with its characters, stories, and themes. On this episode, Jeremy Scott sits down with author and fellow Star Wars podcaster, Ken Napzok, to discuss Ken’s new book, Why We Love Star Wars. Listen to the full interview here.

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Could Luke Have Done It Alone?

Star Wars Celebration is one week away (as I’m writing this), and one of the most exciting parts of Celebration for me doesn’t have to do with any specific panels, or snagging some limited edition toys or books, or even getting an autograph with one of the many talented actors who will be there.  Yes, all this is exciting, and I plan on doing all of it, but what I’m most looking forward to is the people; my people to be exact.  We as Star Wars Fans have this unique camaraderie that makes us feel like a community, whether we know each other or not. This shared love of that galaxy far, far away, is bringing us all together, reminding us that we are not alone.

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Unmistakably Star Wars @ Star Wars Celebration Chicago!

Hey little Tauntauns (sorry Devin, I’m coopting it for now, mwaha), we just wanted to send out a quick update with our info for the SWCC Podstage! Reminder: The limited edition posters are just that – LIMITED, so you don’t want to be late! On top of those, members of Team USW will be hosting mini giveaways on the spot for stickers, patches, pins, etc. – ya gotta be there to win! So come see us chat Episode IX and leave with some sweet swag!

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Free Solo Is a Great Star Wars Story

Near the end of Free Solo, the following words appear on-screen: “On June 3 2017, Alex Honnold became the first person to free solo El Capitan.” What stood out to me in that statement? I spent hours researching and discovered el capitan is Spanish for captain. Based on this revelation, and using the phonetic sound of the first syllable of Alex’s last name, I decoded the hidden message of the film.

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