This week Jason and Gabe take a look at the vastly underrated Art of Attack of the Clones! This 2002 book not only holds some incredible Star Wars concept art but it also shows how AOTC was a truly groundbreaking film in every way! From how it ushered in a new digital age of filmmaking, how the concepts changed from TPM, to how it changed the way blockbuster films are designed! Tune in as we go over it all!
PLUS: Episode 9 is making us go insane, a movie that was not announced getting cancelled and speculation on just what is beyond the end of the Skywalker saga!
So create your army of Ace Frehley clones and celebrate the love with BLAST POINTS!!
Join Jason & Gabe as they go back to the wild world of Star Wars prequel hype and the bizarre marriage of Star Wars and MTV! They’re talking everything from Duel of The Fates being a hot TRL chart topper to the huge Skywalker Ranch mid 2000s star studded parties for AOTC & ROTS! Most important of all, they go over the infamous Star Wars interviews with rapper and No Limit Records founder, Master P. Hear him ask Hayden about a lizard, his relationship with Natalie and the mind blowing George “John” Lucas / Master P conversation. In a world of awkward Lucas moments, this could be the all time champion.
As if that wasn’t enough, there’s Last Jedi talk, Han Solo movie chatter and excitement over the new series of Forces of Destiny shorts!!
So get on your lizard, believe in Star Wars and celebrate the love with BLAST POINTS!!
USE THE FORKS!
Star Wars Cooking
by Kathy Bejma
In between creepy poisonous millipedes, and discovering a clone army, nothing fuels an investigation better than a cup of Jawa Juice!
I’m willing to bet that the best Jawa Juice on Coruscant can be found at Dex’s Diner. Operated and owned by Obi-Wan’s old friend Dexter Jettster (Well… Whadya know?) it’s the favorite greasy spoon of working class beings. Okay, maybe chef Dex has trouble keeping his pants up, and his shirt clean, but it’s still the first place I’d grab a bite to eat after any space journey.
Instead of fermenting Bantha hide, I decided to keep this recipe simple for a Jedi on the move. I’ve also included a few variations if you’d like to make it a little bit more interesting.
So park your speeder, grab a booth, and let Flo get you a cup of Jawa Juice, hon.
- Ice Cubes
- Coca-Cola (or your favorite cola)
- Brewed Coffee
- Fill a glass with ice cubes
- Pour cola into the cup, filling it about half way.
- Fill the rest of the glass with coffee.
- Give it a quick stir.
- Enjoy while overlooking the health code violations at Dex’s Diner.
Suggested variations: Replace ice cubes with 2 small scoops of vanilla ice cream or replace half the coffee with Kahlúa.