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Star Wars in Poor Taste podcast episode 14: Tom Spina talks Galaxy’s Edge

Meet one of the people that helped bring Galaxy’s Edge to life.

Tom Spina of Regal Robot and Tom Spina Designs has booked passage with crew to talk Galaxy’s Edge! On our journey to Black Spire Outpost Tom was kind enough to share tales of how his team’s contributions helped bring the outpost to life. Crew members JJ and Connor recently visited Batuu as well, so there’s some passionate digging in to Savi’s workshop, Oga’s Cantina, the Droid Depot, and more.

Did we mention it’s our ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY? To celebrate the crew each provide their biggest hot take on a galaxy far, far away….

The crew of this podcast is the AiPT Star Wars dream team: Event Coordinator JJ Travers, Producer Jim Lehane, and Contributor Connor Christiansen. Join us as we discuss the latest news in Star Wars, as well as our thoughts on the books, comics, TV series, and movies of that galaxy far, far away.

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You can also find Tom at Regal Robot or Tom Spina Designs.

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