Star Wars Rebels Update from WonderCon 2014

Star Wars Rebels executive producer Dave Filoni appeared at WonderCon today along with Vanessa Marshall (the voice of Hera) to give us the latest on the upcoming series. One of the biggest pieces of news from the panel was the announcement that Kevin Kiner - the man behind the incredible music of The Clone Wars - will be returning to score Rebels. A behind-the-scenes featurette with Kiner has now been posted on the official Star Wars Blog along with a number of new concept drawings that Filoni shared with the audience. There's also a new exclusive clip of Hera and Chopper in action!

The Original Trilogy styling of this clip has me more excited than ever for the Rebels series. The show really looks to be returning to the roots of Star Wars - something which is sure to make many fans happy!

What are your thoughts on the latest Rebels news from WonderCon? Be sure to email them to me at or tweet them to @Archon_Revuge!

Send Us Your Feedback on Relics of the Force

Over the next month I'll be wrapping up the coursework part of my studies here in the US. After that, I'll be hitting the hyperspace lanes and making a more permanent move back to New Zealand. While all this is going on you'll probably notice a little less content being posted on this blog - but never fear, the regular updates will soon return!

In the meantime, I'd love to hear your feedback on the direction that Relics of the Force is taking. I originally started this blog as a way of showcasing my collection, and sharing my latest finds. Over time, however, I've begun to branch out - posting the occasional opinion piece as well as updates on big announcements in the world of Star Wars. I've recently updated the My Collection page to include a full set of a high-resolution images, and there's now a online store featuring Relics of the Force merchandise.

So far, I've refrained from posting full reviews or image galleries of my Star Wars finds, as the awesome folks over are already doing a superb job of this. I have, however, been toying around with the idea of putting together some video reviews - particularly of items that were in stores when I first started collecting back in the 90s.

What are your thoughts? What would you like to see more of on this site? What would you like to see less of? Be sure to send me your feedback at or tweet it to @Archon_Revuge!