Which Skywalker Rises
Good news! We’ve found a regular co-host, and this podcast will kick off regular episodes by the end of January. For now, enjoy this episode of the Superhero Ethics podcast, where we explore theories, hopes, and concerns about Rise of Skywalker, recorded before we had seen it.
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