Episode LXXXIX: Phil Tippett and James Luceno

Episode LXXXIX: Phil Tippett and James Luceno

Episode LXXXIX: Phil Tippett and James Luceno

Recorded 11/1/14

In this interview episode, Mike and Bryan interview FX Legend Phil Tippett about Star Wars and the world of visual effects. Then, Bryan speaks with author James Luceno about his new novel, Tarkin. Together, they get to the bottom of the “Sheev,” and then discuss it with the whole Full of Sith crew, including Bobby and Amy.

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Special thanks to Phil Tippett (@PhilTippett) and
James Luceno (@DelReyStarWars) for joining us this week!

Related Links -

Tippett Studio: http://www.tippett.com

Phil Tippett: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phil_Tippett

Order Tarkin by James Luceno: http://www.amazon.com/Tarkin-Star-Wars-James-Luceno/dp/0345511522

James Luceno: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Luceno

Empire City Garrison: http://www.501ECG.com

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Rebel Legion: http://www.rebellegion.com

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Bryan Young: http://www.bryanyoungfiction.com | http://www.bigshinyrobot.com

Bobby’s Geek Remixed Albums: http://www.geekremixed.com

Mike Pilot Designs/Star Wars Stickers: http://www.mikepilotdesign.com


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