I've been overwhelmed with emails from people who have never explored the Expanded Universe before, and are looking for information on where to begin. The feedback for the overview I did for the post-Return of the Jedi novels was very positive, so we're going to continue our coverage of the Expanded Universe.
In today's show, Jay from Rebelscum.com is back, giving us an overview of novels from the prequel era. We've also gotten a lot of requests for similar coverage of the various comic series, so look forward to that in an upcoming episode.
As I mentioned above, the content for today's show was a direct result of listener feedback, and based on ideas we've gotten from our listeners, we've got several show ideas lined up, but we're always looking for more feedback! If there's a topic you'd like too see us cover, whether to give you information or to discuss opinions, please write in and let us know!
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UPDATED: With the launch of iTunes version 4.9, several new RSS tags were added for podcasting. After posting this episode and getting emails from some of you (thank you!), I was running around, banging on my equipment, shouting "It's not my fault!" in my best Harrison Ford impression. However, Philip and I managed to get it straighted out (turns out part of it was my fault... go figure), and the show now correctly appears in iTunes and in all other podcast-catching programs. Thanks for your patience!