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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 […]

Review – Star Wars Icons: Han Solo by Gina McIntyre Is One of A Kind

As excited as I get when a new novel or comic series is announced, I get equally excited when a new behind-the-scenes book is announced. When I got wind of Star Wars Icons: Han Solo by Gina McIntyre I was intrigued at the idea of tracing back the legacy of not only the character’s experiences but […]

Review: Vader Lets the Past Die in the Series Finale of Marvel’s Darth Vader

The final issue of Soule and Camuncoli’s 25-issue Darth Vader series has arrived, and I’d like to get straight to the point. This issue is the icing on the cake of a spectacular comic run and one of the best series in the history of Star Wars comics. Actually, I’m just going to go ahead […]

Star Wars Age of Republic: Darth Maul Reveals Unwalked Paths

“Darth Maul – Gone too Soon.” This was a reaction of a good portion of Star Wars fandom back in 1999, when Phantom Menace saw the light of day and devil-looking Zabrak was bisected by Obi-Wan Kenobi. Since then, we’ve been privileged to get an insight into Maul’s more complete and complicated history. Across various […]

Running Down The Countdown In Marvel’s Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #27

If the cold weather, short days, and no Star Wars movie this December has got you down the always fun Doctor Aphra should perk up those fandom spirits. The doctor is still tethered to psycho-droid Triple Zero as they try to stay alive for the amusement of Cornelius Evazan, who has forced the duo to become inseparable; […]

Review – Han Fights for the Top Spot in Marvel’s ‘Star Wars: Han Solo: Imperial Cadet’ #2

The story of Han Solo’s stint in the Empire continues in Star Wars: Han Solo: Imperial Cadet #2. After Han enlists in the Empire to get away from Corellia and before he is demoted to the infantry where he would slog it out on muddy Mimban, this mini-series details Han’s time at the Imperial Flight […]

Review – A Jedi Master Discovers His True Purpose in Star Wars: Age of Republic: Qui-Gon Jinn #1

Balance. That’s the central theme of Marvel’s Star Wars: Age of Republic: Qui-Gon Jinn by writer Jody Houser and artist Cory Smith – the first issue in a planned twenty-seven issue run of one-shot comics that will be released from now until September of next year. The anthology series will cover multiple different characters across […]

Review – The Mysteries of Hubin Start To Reveal Themselves In Star Wars #58

The planet Hubin has been a great place for our heroes to catch a break from their seemingly endless battle against the Empire. Leia, Luke, and Han have been exploring the small, isolationist village while guided by their hosts, but this issue reveals there’s actually been a lot going on behind the scenes. The wounds […]

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