Full Of Sith Podcast Review

Full Of Sith PodCast
Full Of Sith PodCast

There are a galaxy of Star Wars podcasts currently out there, and the numbers will continue to increase.  Therefore it can be difficult to sift through the bantha fodder.
Now, believe it or not, I'm somewhat of a latecomer to the whole podcast universe, and it's only in the last year or so, since my journey to work became considerably longer, have I started listening regularly to podcasts.  I am particularly picky as to what I listen to, especially with Star Wars.
The Forcecast, Anomaly, Sarlacc Pit and the new Rebel Force Radio are on my subscriptions list, but now that Full of Sith has arrived on the scene, if this episode is anything to go by, then another podcast will be on my regular list.
The hosts - Bryan Young, Tha Mike Pilot, and Consetta Parker pull off a great scoop for only their second episode, an interview with Steve Sansweet.  They are easy to listen to, are not in your face, and are very knowledgeable.  They are genuine fans and are not doing this to rant and run down the latest changes to the franchise or the buyout of Lucasfilm.
The interview with Steve Sansweet (the man behind Rancho Obi-wan) ran for approximately an hour.  I have listened to a number of interviews with Steve Sansweet, but this was one of the best.  Full of Sith have tried and succeeded to make the questions different to the normal questions asked in an interview.  We do get to hear about Steve's reaction to Disney's buyout and the announcement of more movies, but then they discuss his appearances on the home shopping channel QVC.  I found this really interesting, especially learning that he missed out buying one of the items he was selling, as QVC would not reserve goods.  Incredible!  Steve also talks about his new book, The Ultimate Action Figure Collection, and the work that went into making this book.
Overall, the whole episode flowed seamlessly, and was just the right length.  The sound quality was generally good, with just the occasional fade.  The production quality is actually very high, and if this is the quality after only two episodes, then my prediction is that this podcast, Full of Sith, is going to be a force to be reckoned with.  I can't wait for episode three.

You can find out about Full Of Sith over on their website http://fullofsith.com/

Rob Wainfur

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