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Non-Spoiler Review: Author Claudia Gray is at the Top of Her Game With Star Wars: Master & Apprentice

From the moment I read her incredible debut novel in the Star Wars universe (Lost Stars), I knew that author Claudia Gray would be one to keep an eye on. With her sophomore effort, Bloodline, I realized that Gray just might be the next best Star Wars author, and her next book – Leia, Princess […]

Del Rey Teases Something REALLY Big Coming to the World of Star Wars Books Next Year

A project coming in 2020 known only as “Project Luminous” was announced earlier today in the Lucasfilm Publishing: Writer’s Roundtable panel at Star Wars Celebration Chicago. The official account for Del Rey’s Star Wars division (@DelReyStarWars) also shared a cryptic tease on Twitter. Read on to see the tweet and some speculation on what it […]

Star Wars Celebration – Lucasfilm Publishing Panel Recap

To round off an exciting day of Star Wars news at Star Wars Celebration, the Lucasfilm Publishing Panel gave us some updates on new and future projects readers can look forward to in the coming months. Kyle LarsonKyle Larson lives in Portland, Oregon. When he’s not running trails, he’s reading and writing.

Cover + Synopsis Revealed for Del Rey’s First Audio-Only Book – ‘Star Wars Dooku: Jedi Lost’ – Coming Next Month

Yesterday, fans of The Star Wars Show were treated to the reveal of a new audio original Star Wars book coming in April – Star Wars Dooku: Jedi Lost. Del Rey is trying something new, as this novel will be the first Star Wars book released exclusively in audio format. Jordan Pate (Hard Case)Jordan Pate is Co-Lead Editor and Senior Writer […]

Spoiler Review – ‘Star Wars: Queen’s Shadow’ by E.K. Johnston Will Change Your Perspective on Amidala and Her Handmaidens

If you haven’t yet had the opportunity to read Star Wars: Queen’s Shadow by author E.K. Johnston (Ahsoka), then I strongly recommend you check it out at the earliest opportunity. The story details Padmé Amidala’s rise to prominence as a galactic senator, but the heart of this tale truly lies in the amazing women that […]

E.K. Johnston’s ‘Queen’s Shadow’ Is An Exceptional Story of Strength and Courage In An Uncertain Galaxy (Non-Spoiler Review)

The SWNN review team gets to read a lot of books and we feel lucky. Sometimes it can be overwhelming when you think about how much material has moved into the canon in the last five years. Some of these stories push the timeline forward while others expand upon events, characters, and settings we were […]

Qui-Gon Jinn is Given the Chance of a Lifetime in a Preview of Claudia Gray’s Upcoming ‘Star Wars: Master & Apprentice’

Jedi Knight, Qui-Gon Jinn, and his student, Obi-Wan Kenobi, were always an odd pairing to be sure. In The Phantom Menace, Obi-Wan urges his master to not defy the council any further concerning the training of the boy, Anakin Skywalker. This dynamic of opposing perspectives was implied by their interactions in the film, but in Claudia […]

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

Much to the excitement of fans hungry for more Star Wars stories, 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 […]

Star Wars: TIE Fighter Comic Will Serve as Crossover to Upcoming Novel Trilogy ‘Alphabet Squadron’

One of the anticipated Star Wars novels of 2018 is Alexander Freed’s Alphabet Squadron. The novel, which will be the first in a trilogy, flips the script on the remnants of the Empire post-Return of the Jedi, with X-wing fighters now the hunters. has announced a Del Rey/Marvel comicbook series TIE Fighter will arrive in […]

Chuck Wendig’s ‘Shadow of Vader’ Comic Gets Scrapped, Charles Soule Hints at Things to Come, and Authors Are Announced for Star Wars Celebration Chicago

After being met with initial excitement, Chuck Wendig’s limited series titled Star Wars: Shadow of Vader (one of the many Star Wars titles announced at New York Comic Con this year) has been completely cancelled following the recent firing of Wendig from Marvel Comics. Wendig had already completed over half of the series, and I, […]

Review – Star Wars: Women of the Galaxy is a Gorgeous Tribute to the Women of Star Wars

They are heroes and villains, Sith and Jedi, senators and scoundrels, mothers, mercenaries, artists, pilots…. This is the opening line of the brand new book from Chronicle Books titled Star Wars: Women of the Galaxy by author and contributor Amy Ratcliffe. From the films, novels, comics, animation, and games – the beautifully-illustrated book profiles […]

Rob Bredow (Head of ILM) Reveals New ‘Making of Solo’ Book

This week on The Star Wars Show, host Andi Gutierrez sat down with Rob Bredow (visual effects supervisor on Solo: A Star Wars Story and head of Industrial Light and Magic) to discuss his upcoming book – Industrial Light & Magic Presents: Making Solo: A Star Wars Story. Jordan Pate (Hard Case)Jordan Pate is Co-Lead […]

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