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Review – Negotiations Get Aggressive In Marvel’s Age of the Republic: Padmé Amidala

The Age of Republic continues to dazzle fans with writer Jody Houser’s stories elaborating on characters from the prequel trilogy. We are approaching the end Republic and it wouldn’t be the prequel era without a Padmé Amidala Naberrie story. You’ve no doubt been hearing readers anticipate and rave about E.K. Johnston’s Queen’s Shadow which arrived in bookstores this week and […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

The Art of Star Wars Rebels Coming Fall 2019

Over the last several years now, Star Wars movies have had the luxury of getting companion books that explore the art that helped bring the movies to life. For the first time, this new tradition will now extend to television with the addition of The Art of Star Wars Rebels coming this fall. Justin KolledaWriter […]

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 […]

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