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Review – A Jedi Gone Dark In Marvel’s Star Wars Age of Republic: Count Dooku

THE FORMER JEDI BEGINS LAYING THE GROUNDWORK FOR HIS SITH MASTER! However, an unexpected encounter with an old student threatens his plans. Caught between his old life and his new, will DOOKU be able to protect the secrets of the SITH? And does he control the DARK SIDE, or is he merely its tool? Written […]

Review: Training is Over in Marvel’s Star Wars: Han Solo: Imperial Cadet #4

The penultimate issue of Han Solo: Imperial Cadet has arrived, and we’re getting ever closer to the impending court martial of the young Imperial pilot. His impressive skill as a pilot may be the only thing keeping him enlisted in the flight academy on Carida, but if the end of this issue is any indication, […]

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 – 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 […]

Review – The Rebellion Finds New Allies in Star Wars #60

THE ESCAPE” PART FIVE! You can escape the horror of the galaxy. But only for a while. The return of SCAR SQUADRON.   Written by Kieron Gillen Art by Angel Unzueta Coloring by Guru-eFX Jelena Bidin (LadyMusashi)Staff member, comic and book reviewer. Cheers for the Light Side, but would drink with Grand Admirals.

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 […]

More Details on the Upcoming ‘Star Wars: Age of Rebellion’ Publishing Line from Marvel Comics

If you’ve not been reading Marvel’s Star Wars: Age of Republic anthology comic series, you’ve been missing out on some great one-off stories about some of the most notable characters from the Star Wars prequel trilogy and the Clone Wars television series. However, if the prequels are not your jam (or if you just can’t wait for more Star Wars), then […]

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 […]

It’s Take Your Kid to Work Day in Marvel’s Star Wars Age of Republic: Jango Fett

“TRAINING” – THE MOST FEARED BOUNTY HUNTER IN THE GALAXY! JANGO FETT’S reputation precedes him as joins a crew for what seems like a simple job. Wait, is that a KID with him?! Will his fellow bounty hunters be foolish enough to betray Jango and his son, BOBA FETT? Written by Jodi Houser Art by […]

Review: Han is Back in His Element in Marvel’s ‘Star Wars Han Solo: Imperial Cadet’ #3

After a botched training mission at the Carida Academy, Han Solo and his peers are forced to sit out of their next training exercise. To add insult to injury, they are also required to pilot the transport hauling their classmates to said exercise. With the whole situation being Han’s fault for disobeying orders, the tension […]

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 […]

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