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Star Wars in Poor Taste episode 8: The Rise of Skywalker and all things Celebration

Star Wars: Episode IX revealed!

Pull up! All craft pull up! We’re coming in hot on the heels of Star Wars Celebration. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has been revealed, and with its arrival JJ may have sheds some tears, plus we dig into the huge surprise we don’t think anyone saw coming. As if that wasn’t enough to fill up an entire show, we also got our first look at The Mandalorian and Fallen Order.

Oh but there’s more. As our man in the field at Celebration, Jim got an up close look at one of his favorite things in the Star Wars franchise, Galaxy’s Edge! Meanwhile as per usual Connor has thrown the team into chaos — this time with his question of the ages — Who is the better pilot, Han Solo or Poe Dameron?

Lastly, don’t forget our monthly giveaway. This month we are giving away a brand new copy of Master & Apprentice!

The crew of this podcast is the AiPT Star Wars dream team, Event Coordinator JJ Travers, Contributor Jim Lehane, and Contributor Connor Christiansen. Join us as we discuss the latest news in Star Wars and our thoughts on the books, comics, TV series, and movies from a galaxy far, far away. Feel free to get in contact with the show on Twitter.

Show: @SWinPoorTaste

JJ: @heyitsjjtravers

Jim: @Jazinator

Connor: @Konnor79

You can also email the show at SWiPT@AiPTComics.com. Send us comments or suggestions either here or on Twitter. We’d love to hear from you.

You can find Star Wars in Poor Taste on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Simplecast, or right here at AiPT! . As always, if you enjoy the show, be sure to leave us a positive rating, subscribe to the show, and tell your friends!

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