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Running Down The Countdown In Marvel’s Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #27

If the cold weather, short days, and no Star Wars movie this December has got you down the always fun Doctor Aphra should perk up those fandom spirits. The doctor is still tethered to psycho-droid Triple Zero as they try to stay alive for the amusement of Cornelius Evazan, who has forced the duo to become inseparable; […]

Review – The Mysteries of Hubin Start To Reveal Themselves In Star Wars #58

The planet Hubin has been a great place for our heroes to catch a break from their seemingly endless battle against the Empire. Leia, Luke, and Han have been exploring the small, isolationist village while guided by their hosts, but this issue reveals there’s actually been a lot going on behind the scenes. The wounds […]

Marvel Announces New Star Wars Series – Vader: Dark Visions

Well, if you were bummed about less Vader after the recent cancellation announcement regarding Shadows of Vader – fear not, Marvel has you covered with Vader: Dark Visions. Judging by this cover, Vader fans are in for a treat! Not much is known about this, but it makes me wonder if the canceled series morphed into this. Either […]

Star Wars Thrawn: Treason Announced

Holy heck! Just in time for the holidays, the Star Wars Show announced a new Thrawn novel from Timothy Zahn. After attending his panel this September, I really didn’t think we’d be hearing from the author until after Episode IX, but it sounds like the he’s prepping another book to cover the adventures of everyone’s favorite […]

Review – Han Will Work Shirtless For Beer In Marvel’s Star Wars #57

First, I want this cover by Jamal Campbell framed and in my living room, preferably over the fireplace. The best thing about this American Gothic homage is that it fits with the story of this issue. Honestly, this issue was like comfort food and everything fun I look for in a Star Wars story. We find […]

Editorial/Speculation – The Lost Prince of Alderaan: The Fall and Redemption of Ben Solo, Part Two

Before we continue our deep-dive into the potential redemption of Ben Solo in Episode IX, I’d recommend you read the first part of this editorial series, which speculates on the specifics of Ben’s transformation to Kylo Ren.  Though I don’t believe J.J. Abrams is going to retread over Ben’s turn to Kylo in IX, I felt it […]

Review – Our Heroes Search For Hope In Star Wars #56

First off, let me give huge props to artist Jamal Campbell on this Drew Struzan homage cover. This is probably my favorite cover of the titular series, so far. After the dreadful events of “Hope Dies”, our heroes are regrouping and licking their wounds. Han’s been separated from the Millennium Falcon, Leia is unable to […]

Review – The Empire Gets A New Recruit In Han Solo: Imperial Cadet #1

I like to think there is still a bundle of related content Lucasfilm has tucked away to follow-up on the characters and stories Solo set up. You don’t need to hear me gush about that film anymore but one of the reasons I loved it so much is because of the depth it added to the […]

The Dark Lord Returns In Doctor Aphra #25

While Doctor Aphra has been trying to stay alive as a passenger onboard the last voyage of Accresker Jail, Darth Vader has made his way across the galaxy to tie-up any loose ends. Aphra is the only one in the galaxy who knows his grand plan to overthrow the Emperor by joining forces with his […]

Editorial/Speculation – The Lost Prince of Alderaan: The Fall and Redemption of Ben Solo, Part One

Whatever your opinions of Kylo Ren, it’s hard to argue that his story is not one the more compelling facets of the sequel trilogy. The heir apparent to the Skywalker bloodline and all the baggage that comes with it, I wasn’t terribly shocked when Snoke pronounced him the son of Han Solo during my first […]

Recap – New Titles Announced From Lucasfilm Publishing Panel At NYCC 2018

Some exciting news for fans hoping to get some new Star Wars reading material on their bookshelves in the near future. Senior writer and co-lead editor John Hoey was good enough to live tweet the Lucasfilm Publishing panel from New York City Comic Con 2018. There’s some exciting reading material headed our way later this year […]

Review – Hope Lives In Marvel’s Star Wars #55

If you’re feeling a bit wan from the continuous gut-punches this “Hope Dies” arc has delivered, you can take a little comfort in knowing this is the last issue. It’s a bitter end, but the galaxy is left with three heroes who know what a spark of hope can do. SPOILERS AHEAD…. Kyle LarsonKyle Larson lives […]

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