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 PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2015 10:09 am Reply with quote  
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  Skywalker2B
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I just listened to Friday's episode of the Force Cast this morning on my way to work. I was pleasantly surprised to hear Brian (don't know his username on here) interviewed by Eric and Justin. I must say that Brian and I have something in common...post-RotJ lit is our preference. I think this is one reason why I just haven't been too excited about anything (books or comics) coming out last year and, so far, this year. To me, I won't really know how to judge the new EU until I see something post-RotJ.

I never considered reading (or now listening to the audio) the novelization of the movie, TFA, before seeing the film. But from Brian's comments, I'm now considering it.

So, good interview, Brian! Smile


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I believe his username here is LaneWinree, but I don't think he's been on the forums for a while.

And ditto on the post-RotJ preference. I always found it the most exciting, going into unknown territory.
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Actually it's a different Brian, the one who does the comic reviews on the main page. I'm not sure if he posts on the forums or not.
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