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Review – Hutts Ruin Everything In Marvel’s Age of Rebellion: Jabba the Hutt

Confession time: My earliest memory of Star Wars is from a 1984 run showing of Return of the Jedi, being escorted out of the theater by my father as a small child, terrified of a giant slug who just murdered an innocent Twi’lek woman as she screamed out in terror. Needless to say, Jabba the Hutt and […]

Review – The Weapon of a Jedi Master In Marvel’s Galaxy’s Edge #2

The mystery surrounding Dok-Ondar’s artifacts in the Black Spire Outpost thickens considerably in this issue. In classic episodic Star Wars storytelling, as soon as we get an answer two more questions pop-up. There are a lot of roads leading to Batuu, but the story presented in the second issue of Galaxy’s Edge goes all the way back to […]

Review – Get Under The Hood Of The Empire With TIE Fighter: Owners’ Workshop Manual

Even to the most casual of Star Wars fans, the angry roar of twin-ion engines screaming past the frame of a shot, their green turbo laser bolts relentlessly seeking the destruction of an X-wing over Scarif or one of the Death Stars inspires a certain amount of uneasiness. The TIE Fighter is easily one of the most […]

Review – Problems of His Own In Marvel’s Age of Rebellion: Lando Calrissian

Age of Rebellion continues this week with Lando Calrissian in “Cloud City Blues”. The charming rogue faces some very real problems of administrating a city, balancing a budget, and realizing if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. This story brought me back to both earlier Marvel Lando titles, as well as the performances […]

Review – The Enemy Of Your Enemy Is Not Your Friend In Marvel’s TIE Fighter #2

The pilots of the Empire’s 204th, Shadow Wing, have jumped across the galaxy to the Kudo System in hopes of ascertaining why a Star Destroyer has gone silent. Upon their arrival they are met with enemy fire, but not from Mon Cala cruisers or X-Wings of the newly victorious Rebel Alliance…from TIE Fighters and their […]

Review – A Fan Fiction Love Letter To The Prequels In Pete Fletzer’s Duel of the Fates

Pete Fletzer covered Star Wars in the years leading up to The Phantom Menace, what some of us remember as the wilderness years. The novels and comic books that started with the release of Timothy Zahn’s Heir to the Empire were quite restricted in terms of what they could explore about the Jedi heritage and the Skywalker legacy. […]

“Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” Titles Announced!

  Happy May the Fourth Be With You! Lucasfilm just dropped a bombshell of good news for Star Wars fans – especially those bookworms! “Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” books and comics are officially incoming and there’s a lot of titles. Fans were expecting this but we had no official confirmation and […]

Review – The Rebels And Partisans Meet A Divide In Marvel’s Star Wars #65

Things are heating up on Shu-Torun…literally. Bad puns aside, Leia Organa leads a mission to bring down Queen Trios for her double cross that cost the Rebel Alliance a promising fleet. Desperate times call for desperate measures, so our heroes enlisted the help of the late Saw Gerrara’s Partisans. The Partisans have played along with […]

Review – The Diverse Species of the Galaxy Far, Far Away Catalogued In Star Wars: Alien Archive

It’s been a wild, near forty-two years of cruising through the various imaginations who brought the Star Wars universe to life, not least of which have been the make-up artists, costume designers, and visual effects artists making the aliens inhabiting this universe real. Whether the creatures thrill you, terrify you, or make you laugh, it’s certainly a […]

Review – The Galaxy Is Tuned In For Marvel’s Doctor Aphra #31

Doctor Aphra and Triple Zero seem to have reached the end of their journey. With the detonators armed, Triple Zero is in the midst of an existential crisis (seems to be common among droids) as he walked away and prepares to cross the threshold that’s kept the bombs from destroying them both. As the galaxy […]

Review – The Search For A Mysterious Weapon Begins In Marvel’s Galaxy’s Edge #1

It’s been a long journey to Galaxy’s Edge, with small glimpses and stories about what may await fans when they reach the Black Spire Outpost on Batuu. Remember, Galaxy’s Edge isn’t just a clever name. Batuu sits at the edge of the known galaxy in Star Wars, near Wild Space and the Unknown Regions. This locale has a […]

Spoiler Review – The Fragility of the Jedi Gives Strength In Claudia Gray’s Master & Apprentice

In 1999, George Lucas pulled back the curtain and for the first time, we saw the golden age of the Jedi. Before The Phantom Menace, we had no idea what that would look like. Our first demonstration at the hands of seasoned veteran Qui-Gon Jinn and his capable Padawan, Obi-Wan Kenobi, exuded nothing but strength and […]

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