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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 […]

Shu-Torun Queen and Rebellion Princess Clash in Star Wars #66

“THE SCOURGING OF SHU-TORUN” PART 5. QUEEN TRIOS vs. PRINCESS LEIA at last! Can LUKE SKYWALKER hold out against the attack of overwhelming force…from his own allies?! And when you think things couldn’t get worse for our Rebels, there’s always an orbital bombardment to survive! Written by Kieron Gillen Art by Angel Unzueta Colors by […]

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 […]

Hunter Always Gets His Prey in Age of Rebellion: Boba Fett 1

  “HUNTER’S HEART” – Criminals across the galaxy tremble in fear at the mere mention of the name… Boba Fett. He is a bounty hunter without equal! What drives the man behind the Mandalorian mask?   Written by Greg Pak Art by Marc Laming Colors by Neeraj Menon   SPOILERS AHEAD     Before he […]

Review: Aphra Has a New Sidekick in Marvel’s Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #32

An all-new story begins in Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #32, with writer Simon Spurrier and artists Wilton Santos and Caspar Wijngaard breathing new life into the ongoing series. Doctor Aphra has been one of my personal favorites in Star Wars comics, but lately, I admit that the series has lost a little bit of the […]

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 Scoundrel Doth Protest Too Much in Age of Rebellion: Han Solo #1

    „RUNNING FROM THE REBELLION“ – The heroic Rebel Alliance has recently won its first great victory against the evil Galactic Empire…thanks to the infamous smuggler Han Solo and his Wookiee companion, Chewbacca. At least, that’s the way HE sees it! It’s time to cut and tun and return to their roguish ways…   […]

Review – Imperial Love and Obsession in Vader: Dark Visions #3

THE STAR-CROSSED LOVER! DARTH VADER, a name that strikes fear in the hearts of countless across the galaxy…but there is one lonely heart that beats just for him. What is it like to be in love with LORD VADER? And what fate will befall one who is infatuated with the tall, dark mystery behind the […]

Review – IG-88 Doesn’t Play, Yoda Finds Hope, And Porkins Takes Time for Self-Care In Marvel’s Age of Rebellion Special

While we all take a few days to catch our collective, celebratory breath after this weekend, Marvel chugs right along with a great new special issue in their Age of Rebellion series. We are treated to three separate tales involving droid bounty hunter IG-88, Jedi Master Yoda, and two of the less heralded Rebel pilots, Porkins and […]

Review: Heroes Are On Both Sides in Marvel’s ‘Star Wars: Tie Fighter #1’ by Jody Houser

In the first issue of the five-part mini-series, writer Jody Houser (with artists Rogé António, Michael Dowling, Arif Prianto, and Lee Loughridge) presents the Galactic Civil War through a different perspective than we’re used to. A companion story to the upcoming novel Alphabet Squadron, Star Wars: TIE Fighter tells the story of the TIE squadron […]

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 […]

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