After the release of Timothy Zahn’s Thrawn in April 2017 as part of the new canonized timeline, many Expanded Universe fans flocked to see where our Chiss counterpart had been for so many years. I was beyond excited to learn that Mitth’raw’nuruodo was getting a backstory within the new canon, and that this personal favorite of mine would become part of the canon-family again. After reading the novel, I continued to crave more content surrounding Grand Admiral Thrawn and patiently waited (like many others) to see where he would show up again. The time has come, and now the well-spoken, disciplined leader of Imperial efforts on Lothal in Star Wars Rebels gets his own Marvel Comic’s run in 2018.
On this special series from Make The Jump, Kaden Stetler of Rebel Cause and Robin Vogt of the Brick City Blockade Podcast Network sit down each week, and read from the Jedi Code.. and being obsessed with Star Wars is okay, but for just a little.
So be it, Jedi!
The long-awaited debut of Emperor Palpatine in the Hot Toys sixth scale is finally here. Hot Toys and Sideshow Collectibles just announced that pre-orders are now available for the ultimate Sith Lord.
True to form, Hot Toys is releasing two versions of this figure: a standard version and a deluxe version (with LED lighted Imperial throne). Continue reading “Hot Toys: Emperor Palpatine Available For Pre-Order”
Before Supreme Leader Snoke’s Elite Praetorian Guard made their onscreen debut in Star Wars: The Last Jedi – there were the Royal Guards of Emperor Palpatine in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi.
Hot Toys and Sideshow Collectibles recently announced their latest sixth scale collectible figure with a Royal Guard. Continue reading “Hot Toys: Royal Guard Available For Pre-Order at Sideshow”
On this special series from Make The Jump, Kaden Stetler of Rebel Cause and Robin Vogt of the Brick City Blockade Podcast Network sit down each week, and read from the Jedi Code.. Yes, truly amazing the mind of some podcasters is.
The Solo Trailer is here, and it’s just what we’ve been waiting for! Join Robin Vogt and Kaden Stetler of the Rebel Chatter Podcast on Make The Jump News from the Brick City Blockade Podcast Network. Super Bowl LII gave us 52 reasons and more to talk about our favorite smuggler.
Hey. Another Star Wars movie is here, and we are pumped! Just as we conclude The Last Jedi, here comes the Season of Solo. Best part is, we’ve got something to kick-back and sip blue milk to come May.
Hello – what have we here?
As Star Wars fans expected, the Official Teaser Trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story debuted this morning on Good Morning America. Continue reading “Solo: A Star Wars Story Official Teaser Released”
The teaser trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story dropped during the first quarter of the big game today. Simply put – it looks epic.
The full trailer drops tomorrow on February 5th, 2018 and the movie hits theaters on May 25, 2018. Continue reading “Solo: A Star Wars Story Teaser Trailer Released”
Tamashii Nations and Bandai officially announced the release date of their Obi-Wan (Ben) Kenobi from Star Wars: A New Hope this week in their S.H. Figuarts collector line of action figures. The figure will be available during June 2018, and pre-orders went live on many Japanese retailers on February 1. Continue reading “S.H. Figuarts: Obi-Wan Kenobi (A New Hope) Available in June 2018”
Rebel Cause Lancaster and the folks from Rebel Chatter Podcast are proud members of the Brick City Blockade Podcast Network. The entire team in Pennsylvania is dedicated to serving their community, and the fandom. We are so excited to help in promoting the upcoming TK-Bucket Auction on Facebook Live with the entire crew from the Northeast!
On Episode XVII of the Rebel Chatter Podcast with Kaden and Jake Stetler, the gentlemen welcome Brick City Blockade Podcast Network founder Robin Vogt onto the show. No porgs were hurt during the recording of Rebel Chatter, and as hungry as these guys were, cravings got cut short by a great conversation.
Just when we thought that Star Wars would blow us away with The Force Awakens, the announcement of a Han Solo standalone film surprised fans during the Summer of 2015.
The film was initially met with optimistic voices in the community, and the media praised the concepts of a Lord & Miller directed Solo story. After the release of The Force Awakens and the death of Han Solo by the hands of his son, Ben Solo (Kylo Ren), questions surrounding the 2018 film began to surface across the online community. Continue reading “Solo: A Joyous Story of Hope”
“We are the spark that will light the fire that will burn the First Order down.” – Poe Dameron, Star Wars: The Last Jedi
With Hasbro’s new “face-printing” technology coming out, we will see toy companies begin to pay more attention to the smaller details in paint applications. We have a few outlets for replacement head sculpts for Hasbro’s The Black Series action figures. There is the Casting Cave and Mos Eisley Casting among others. Or you can go the route of getting a figure that costs more that already comes with a well casted and painted head sculpt, like Bandai SH Figuarts or Medicomtoy! MAFEX. But where is the fun in that? Continue reading “Black Series: Captain Poe Dameron (The Last Jedi) with Oldboy CTTS Head Sculpt”
On this special series from Make The Jump, Kaden Stetler of Rebel Cause and Robin Vogt of the Brick City Blockade Podcast Network sit down each week, and read from the Jedi Code.. however, ” it is so much bigger “. The Force is strong in the Network!
Welcome the Collectors Convo from Vintage Viewport to 2018! A new show from Vintage Collector and Brick City Blockade Podcast Network member Christopher James Leddy. Talking the Old-School and making it all so fresh again. On the first episode, Chris is joined to discuss 2017 and some special items picked up along the way.
Welcome to the first episode of the Brick City Blockade Podcast with Robin Vogt & Bryan Fontaine. Your non-stop ticket to a Galaxy Far Far Away. On this special intro-episode, Bryan and Robin have a special guest joining the show. We’ll say this much, it’s going to be a must read!
Fresh off my third viewing of The Last Jedi I find myself liking this movie more and more. Initially I walked out of the theater on opening night and had a mix of emotions. I liked the movie, but much of what I expected to see or hear didn’t come to fruition and that left part of me feeling almost let down.
In my second viewing that feeling of being let down had subsided and I watched the film expectation-free. What a difference! I went from having conflicted feelings, to being in balance and putting this film ahead of Return of the Jedi on my personal “Best of Star Wars” list (which was previously third). Continue reading “The Last Jedi: Rey’s Origins”