Force Ghost Coast to Coast

Force Ghost Coast to Coast

Force Ghost Coast to Coast is a limited run podcast from Multiversity Comics (multiversitycomics.com). Leading up to the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the Multiversity staff takes a look back at Star Wars from all angles - earliest memories of the original trilogy, comic books, video games, the prequels, merchandizing, etc.... Show More

Episodes

The Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker trailer has been in the ether for about 10 hours now, and so before starting our work days, Matt, Liz, and Brian gather via the magic of cellular phones and Skype to discuss the final trailer of the Skywalker Saga.

Share
Mark as Played
October 11, 2019 64 min

Liz, Matt, and Brian wrap up a lackluster New York Comic Con 2019, in terms of Star Wars news, but do discuss the second volume of the Marvel "Star Wars" comic, debate what "Project Luminous" might mean, and discuss the streaming wars, and what that may mean for the Disney Plus Star Wars shows. Plus, we open some mail!

Share
Mark as Played
September 26, 2019 52 min

This week, Brian is joined by his regular co-host Liz to discuss Rogue One. Topics discussed include the need for better introductions of names, the lack of romance and, of course, the badass Vader scene.

Share
Mark as Played
September 12, 2019 49 min

This week on the show, we take a deep dive into some of our favorite Star Wars memorabilia, from childhood toys to drinking accessories. Plus, the usual tangents you've come to know and love.

Share
Mark as Played
August 22, 2019 85 min

This week, Brian welcomes Robots From Tomorrow co-host Greg Matiasevich to discuss the second, and final 'A Star Wars Story' film thus far. Among the topics discussed: droid/human sex, the lack of pointing, and a certain Lucasfilm connection.

Share
Mark as Played

This week, Liz, Matt, and Brian try to piece together as much information as possible about Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker. Topics include: Lando's (prospective) kids, bad CGI, Sith Troopers, and more.

Share
Mark as Played

This week, Brian welcomes his DC3cast co-host Zach to discuss the final installment of the prequel trilogy, including some world-class overacting, the Clone Wars effect, and coin the term "Stop force-lighting yourself!"

Share
Mark as Played

Liz, Matt, and Brian reunite to discuss James Luceno's Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel, and discuss things like the book's weird weight-shaming of Lyra, the enjoyable Has Obitt, and the scores of missed opportunities.

Share
Mark as Played

This week, Brian welcomes new co-host Matt on the show to discuss Episode II: Attack of the Clones. Topics discussed: Lucas's poor naming conventions, wasted villains, killer slugs, and Yoda doing flippy shit.

Share
Mark as Played
June 13, 2019 72 min

There’s been an awakening… have you felt it?

On this second episode of the new season, we welcome our new cohosts Liz Farrell and Matt Liguori, who will be joining us every month going forward! As an introduction to the new hosts, we discuss our favorite characters, our Star Wars origins, and we each rank the 10 feature films.

Please follow us on Twitter,  Read more

Share
Mark as Played

On this first episode of the new season, we welcome writer Michael Moreci to discuss the first, in George Lucas's eyes, Star Wars film, The Phantom Menace. We discuss Qui-Gon (good!), JarJar (bad), and everything in between.

Share
Mark as Played

This month, Brian Salvatore welcomes Never Not Funny co-host Matt Belknap to discuss his Star Wars history, how we both tried to introduce Star Wars to our kids and, of course, more The Last Jedi chat. 

Don't miss Never Not Funny's Pardcastathon which, this year, falls on May 4th! More information is available at pardcast.com. The event benefits Smile Train, and... Read more

Share
Mark as Played
January 17, 2019 105 min

This month, Alice W. Castle and Brian Salvatore look back on 2018 in Star Wars, and look forward to 2019, including Episode IX, The Mandalorian, Galaxy's Edge, and more.

Share
Mark as Played
November 8, 2018 61 min

This month, host Alice W. Castle and frequent second banana Brian Salvatore try to answer the ultimate question in Star Wars: what is the Force?

Share
Mark as Played

This month, Alice and Brian recap all the news from New York Comic Con 2018, talk about the upcoming streaming series The Mandalorian, and review the first episode of Star Wars Resistance.

Share
Mark as Played
September 13, 2018 73 min

This month, Alice and Brian discuss the upcoming Star Wars: Resistance series, plus catch each other up on what we've been reading and watching.

Share
Mark as Played

Alice and Brian discuss the full rundown of Star Wars news, including new comics, new novels, and the return of The Clone Wars in 2019 (we hope).

Share
Mark as Played

Alice and Brian talk about the Billy Dee Williams Episode IX news, talk about The Last Jedi's novelization as well as the Phasma novel, and season five of The Clone Wars.

Share
Mark as Played
June 7, 2018 79 min

Alice and Brian discuss all things Solo, including the surprise cameo, the surprisingly cohesive film, and the charm and magnificence of Donald Glover.

Share
Mark as Played

After an unplanned off-month, Alice and Brian prepare for the journey that is sure to be Solo: A Star Wars Story, talk about the upcoming Dave Filoni-produced Star Wars: Resistance, and more.

Share
Mark as Played

Chat About Force Ghost Coast to Coast

Popular Podcasts

The Daily
The Daily
This moment demands an explanation. This show is on a mission to find it.
The Ron Burgundy Podcast
The Ron Burgundy Podcast
Will Ferrell reprises his role as Ron Burgundy in his brand new Ron Burgundy Podcast! Each episode has a different theme in which Ron engages in conversation with another notable person on the topic at hand.
Crime Junkie
Crime Junkie
Crime Junkie is a weekly podcast dedicated to giving you a true crime fix. Every Monday, Ashley Flowers will tell you about whatever crime she’s been obsessing over that week in a way that sounds like you're sitting around talking crime with your best friends. The storytelling is straightforward and free of rabbit holes so the cases stay suspenseful and are easy to follow. If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’re a Crime Junkie! You’ve found your people.