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Star Wars Report Podcast – The Star Wars Report


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The Star Wars Report is a podcast dedicated to covering the biggest and most significant Star Wars news. From the Saga, to the Expanded Universe, from The Clone Wars, to the live action series to The Old Republic and beyond! The Star Wars Report is your source for news from the galaxy far, far away. And yes, many Bothans died to bring you this podcast.

Customer Reviews

In the middle

Great, genuine enthusiasm comes through regarding Star Wars from every host. When it's good, it's really good. When its bad, it really comes off the rails.

I love some humor in my Star Wars' podcasts, I don't think you can have a podcast without it. But when it turns into borderline terrible standup, over the top impersonations and rambling, the podcast suffers. Love Mark's passion for Star Wars, he really knows his stuff, but it is possible to make points without every point ending with a goofy voice or bad joke followed by laughing at every one of your one jokes. The good outweighs the bad, so I would recommend it to any Star Wars fan.

Fans with passion

I love the passion that Riley and Bethany have for the Wars and for their faith. A wonderful podcast that sounds great!

OK but gets way too off topic far too often.

This podcast is great when it's on topic and focused, but it feels like there's way too many cooks in the kitchen half the time. The podcasts often barely even start discussing Star Wars until about 30 minutes in, after they've gone through the billions of introductions and Patreon plugging. I'd prefer if they kept that stuff short and got right to the content that I listen to them for. As someone who only tuned in a month ago, I also feel like there's a lot of inside jokes and content that they don't explain. Could really use some trimming and fine tuning in terms of how they go about discussing things.

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