SoloSound New Releases: Oct. 3rd – 10th

SoloSound: New ReleasesWelcome EUCantina and Star Wars Expanded Universe fans around the globe! Once again, proudly presents this week's releases for your listening pleasure. Solo Sound is EUCantina's sister website. It hosts 5 original Star Wars podcasts, with a total of 11 different hosts. EUCast and The EU Review focus on the Expanded Universe, while We Talk Clones reviews each episode of The Clone Wars. Cantina Commentaries are running commentaries of the Star Wars films, and our newest podcast, The Bothan Report, covers top Star Wars news once a month. This week on EUCast, the cast discuss the Blood of the Empire series, in an all new Spoiling to Discuss Segment, TOR Advanced Classes, the latest comic releases, and a Great Debate over the live action series, and so much more! On We Talk Clones this week the hosts are joined by special guest Julian as they discuss the 4th Episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 3, entitled "Sphere of Influence." So come listen as the hosts once again explore the world that Lucas built! On this month's episode of The Bothan Report, Mark Newbold of JediNews joins the hosts as they explore Starmania 2010, and later they invite EUCast host Mark H. in for an in-depth discussion about Continuity changes and their effects on Fandom. The EU Review tackles Star Wars: The Force Unleashed this week; they blow your mind with spoilers if your didn't heed their many warnings. So if you want to know if the novel has the weight to sway your wallet, listen to their latest review and decide for yourself! This week covers Oct. 3rd - 10th: WTC #46 – Sphere of Influence The Bothan Report: Episode 4 – October 2010 The EU Review: Episode 10 – October 2010 EUCast #104 – EUCast in 3D! Source:

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Mark Hurliman is a writer and news reporter for EUCantina. He joined the website in 2010, around the same time that he became a host of our official podcast, EUCast. Mark's status as a "defender of the EU" has made him a popular guest on various Star Wars podcasts. He lives in Oregon with his wife and two children. Mark's favorite Star Wars novel is Star by Star, but he has had the pleasure of reading nearly every existing Star Wars novel or comic.