Category: Reviews

Paul’s Rebels Review: Double Agent Droid

“Double Agent Droid” Chopper, AP-5, and Wedge have been assigned to break into an Imperial facility and steal the landing codes for Lothal.  Wedge feels privileged to be leading this mission, but he quickly learns that it wasn’t his skills that got him this mission, but the fact that no one else wanted to be…

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Paul’s Rebels Review: Secret Cargo

“Secret Cargo” The Ghost has been sent on a highly classified mission.  The only thing they were told was to meet a ship at a set of coordinates for refueling, but many details including who they are meeting, why, and even exactly when, are not available to them.  They quickly realize this is much more…

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Paul’s Rebels Review: Through Imperial Eyes

“Through Imperial Eyes” Grand Admiral Thrawn has nearly discovered that Agent Kallus is the Rebel spy code-named Fulcrum.  Phoenix Squadron has sent Ezra undercover to retrieve Kallus before he could be exposed.  Thrawn is not so easily fooled, and Kallus’s attempts to protect himself serve only to tighten the noose around his neck. The episode…

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Review: Star Wars: Aftermath: Empire’s End by Chuck Wendig (SPOILERS)

Be advised the following review contains SPOILERS… The Aftermath Trilogy comes to an end with the final nail in the coffin of Palpatine’s Galactic Empire in Aftermath: Empire’s End by author Chuck Wendig. On sale Tuesday February 21st in hardcover, ebook and audiobook, Wendig delivers another massive Star Wars tome. Empire’s End clocks in at…

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Paul’s Rebels Review – Trials of the Darksaber

“Trials of the Darksaber” A “bottle episode” is a classic science fiction trope, nearly every science fiction show has used it from Doctor Who to Star Trek.  The story takes place using only existing sets and locations.  Generally, these give us episodes that dig deeper into the characters and rely less on the fantastical battles and…

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