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Review – Our Heroes Rejoin The Rebellion In Marvel’s Star Wars #61

We all knew Leia, Luke and Han would be reunited with the Rebel Alliance but it hasn’t exactly been a smooth ride. After the revelation that Thane Markona and his clan once worked for the Empire and are looking to atone for their sins. Markona sacrificed himself, so now his daughter leads their clan to […]

Review – Anakin Skywalker Chooses Life In Marvel’s Age of the Republic

Age of the Republic continues this week with the Chosen One himself, Anakin Skywalker. The powerful Jedi Knight needs no introduction but I think Anakin will surprise a lot of you in this issue. Marvel continues to send these love-letter issues to fans as we approach the end of the Clone Wars and the rise […]

UPDATE – Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Gets Its Own Novels And Comics

Much to the excitement of fans hungry for more Star Wars stories, StarWars.com announced a slew of new books and comics we can look forward to in 2019 that will set the stage for the new Disney Parks attraction, Galaxy’s Edge. The Black Spire Outpost on Batuu has popped up in content over the last year, but […]

Review – Hondo Ohnaka Boards The Millennium Falcon in Pirate’s Price

The Flight of the Falcon series continues with Pirate’s Price by Lou Anders. Pirate’s Price has a lot for Star Wars fans to be happy about. As the cover suggests, Hondo Ohnaka is central to the three stories in this book, all of which detail his encounters with the Millennium Falcon. You can’t have the Falcon without Han and Chewbacca, so […]

New Synopsis For Claudia Gray’s ‘Master & Apprentice’ Released

As we’ve seen over the last few months, 2019 won’t just be the year of Episode IX and The Mandalorian, but a huge year in Star Wars publishing. The keyboards of authors and the printing presses of publishers are moving through hyperspace to make sure you’ve got something to read while we approach the end of the Skywalker saga. […]

Review – The Tables Turn Unexpectedly In Marvel’s Doctor Aphra #28

Doctor Aphra continues her death run in the bowels of a sprawling metropolis Milvayne, desperate to find a distant specialist capable of disarming the explosive device keeping her paired to psycho-droid Triple Zero. It’s been a rough ride for the doctor, all the while being monitored by the sadistic Cornelius Evazan for his entertainment. The […]

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Gets Its Own Comicbook Series

Exciting news for comic fans this week: StarWars.com announced a limited, five-issue Marvel series that will take place at the Black Spire Outpost on Batuu, the location of Disney Parks anticipated Galaxy’s Edge additions this year. Batuu has popped up a few times over the last year in Star Wars content, but from the sounds of […]

Review – Three Great Tales Packed Into Marvel’s Age of Republic Special

If you’ve been loving Marvel’s Age of Republic series, this is your week! Mace Windu? Asajj Ventress? Rex? Marvel has you covered with three self-contained stories that show some cool moments in each character’s life. In terms of content, I’d say each one is the equivalent of a Forces of Destiny episode, but a bit more mature […]

Review – Scar Squadron Returns In Marvel’s Star Wars #59

The long walks and lazy days for our heroes in “The Escape” is about to come to an abrupt end this week in Star Wars #59. The last few issues have given Leia, Luke, and Han a reprieve from dodging TIE Fighters and Sith Lords. Luke’s been ready to get back into the fight, and we learned in […]

The Reluctant Jedi Master And Apprentice In Marvel’s Star Wars Age of Republic: Obi-Wan Kenobi

I wasn’t at all envious of Obi-Wan Kenobi at the conclusion of The Phantom Menace, when he took it upon himself to fulfill his master’s dying request to train a young boy who was unusually powerful with the Force. It wasn’t so much because I knew he’d be the death of Kenobi or that it would […]

Review – Star Wars Icons: Han Solo by Gina McIntyre Is One of A Kind

As excited as I get when a new novel or comic series is announced, I get equally excited when a new behind-the-scenes book is announced. When I got wind of Star Wars Icons: Han Solo by Gina McIntyre I was intrigued at the idea of tracing back the legacy of not only the character’s experiences but […]

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; […]

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