The Steele Wars podcast is undisputedly the most versatile & dynamic show in Star Wars media. Uniquely combining comedian Steele Saunders’ decade of stand up comedy experience, a lifetime love of Star Wars and a passion for podcasting that earned a “Best Comedy Podcast 2016” award from iTunes, Steele Wars is a hilarious, passionate & informative must download for Star Wars fans the world over. From insightful, yet lighthearted interviews with Star Wars cast and crew, talkback radio style listener call in shows, hilarious Star Wars event audio blog podcasts and laugh a minute live panel podcasts at some of the world’s most prestigious comedy festivals, Steele presents the Star Wars franchise in a style that is accessible and entertaining to both the casual fan and the hardcore connoisseur.
September 13th, 2016
Episode 228 of 335 episodes
Jason Ward fromMakingStarWars.netjoins us to take your calls on…- Star Wars Rebels, "Steps into Shadow” preview clip anylisis and discussion.- Jason Ward’s GQ appearance.- Mark Hamill name dropping Making Star Wars.- Vintage Star Wars Mini-Rigs.- Life changing collectables.- Rebels season two thoughts.- Did we miss the perfect time and place to kill Asoka? Will any future return be as much impact?- Would we want to write a Star Wars story?Plus in the 1 HOUR & 10 MINUTE SUPPORTER BONUS SECTION…- Bootleg merchandise.- People taking offence to #YourSnokeTheorySucks.- Should Rogue One get an Episode 8 teaser?- Does Jason think Episode 8 leaks are harder to get than for The Force Awakens?- The varying fan reactions to people sneaking onto Star Wars sets.- Our strange childhood Star Wars contractions.- Thoughts on Guardians Of The Galaxy’s James Gunn spoiling the spoilers?- Why some crewmembers like leeks.- In “The Force Back”, who is the slain clan leader a clan leader of?- Speculation about trees in Star Wars is the ending of Shattered Empire setting up Episode 8?- The Star Wars - Karate Kid connection.- Is the inclusion of Saw Gerrera over hyped?- The mysterious video George Lucas made for Lucasfilm explaining The Force.- How Lucasfilm benefits from Star Wars spoilers.