Posted by Jason on July 30, 2008 at 12:01 PM CST


It's "last call" in the Cantina as Seven Days of Celebration Japan comes to an end (single tear). For day seven, we have Sith Lord extraordinaire, Darth Maul himself, the talented Ray Park. Jimmy Mac catches up with Ray as workers tear CJ down around them in the Makuhari Messe Convention Center. Ray wraps up our marathon with talk about Episode One, G.I. Joe, and his considerable martial arts skills. Venture out to the Far East one more time for a conversation in the Cantina with Ray Park!

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