He is a courier of sensitive intelligence, a man known in circles high and low only by his codename, The Starkeeper.
As the Rebellion and the Empire do battle above Endor, Morgan Stark finds his contact for his latest mission missing. He unwittingly winds up embroiled in a CorSec investigation of three assassinated members of the Corellian Council. As he discovers more information, he realizes it is all part of a grand scheme to sow chaos throughout the galaxy.
It’s an adventure that sprawls from the skyways of Corellia, to the Imperial training facilty on the planet Moorja, to strange points unkown. Featuring a cast of teriffic voice actors, Codename Starkeeper supplies the action, intrigue, and campy humor worthy of the name Star Wars.
Running Time – Approx. 10-15 minutes per episode
A writer begins work on a treatise explaining his utter dislike for the genre of Fantasy. In the spirit of Mark Twain’s A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, he finds himself transported to a fantasy realm full of strange and outlandish cookie-cutter fairy-tale characters. The drawback? This writer has a penchant for quoting lines from Star Wars films, something which threatens to destroy the very fabric of the realm of Fantasy.
Note: The star of the production is Jack Mangan, host of Jack Mangan’s Deadpan Podcast. He is known for his deadpan delivery, and so this could be somewhat off-putting for folks expecting some dramatic lead performance. The character is meant to be deadpan in his delivery. He’s supposed to sound like an emotionless cretin.*
*Jack, the actor, is not an emotionless cretin in real life.
Running Time 31:17