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Spoiler Review – ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ – A Satisfying End to the Sequel Trilogy

The Rise of Skywalker

In 2015, J.J. Abrams reunited us with old friends and introduced a new generation of heroes and villains in The Force Awakens. It feels fitting then that Abrams returned to tell the final chapter in the sequel trilogy and bring their story to a conclusion. It’s not an easy task. Ending not just a trilogy, […]

Non-Spoiler Review – Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is About Family, and That’s What’s So Powerful About It

Star Wars The Rise Of Skywalker

This is a non-spoiler review Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker concludes a story that started when George Lucas put pen to paper over four decades ago. J.J. Abrams returns to finish what he started when he brought Star Wars back with The Force Awakens. The final chapter in the “Skywalker saga” took massive risks, the […]

The Mandalorian: “Chapter Five – The Gunslinger” Review, Giveaway, and Discussion

The Mandalorian

The Mandalorian packed a lot into a short episode this week as “Chapter Five – The Gunslinger” brought us a dogfight, new characters, and a classic world. Keep reading for a spoiler free review, a spoiler filled break down of the episode, and another chance to win a 6″ Black Series action figure from Hasbro. […]

Review – The Chips Fall Into Place In Marvel’s Lando: Double or Nothing #1

If you loved Donald Glover’s portrayal of Land Calrissian in Solo, then has Marvel got a comic for you. Actually, if you love Star Wars, this comic is for you. This issue kicks of the second series dedicated to the original captain of the Millennium Falcon who goes on to be one of the galaxy’s greatest […]

Kyle’s Spoiler Review – Solo: A Star Wars Story

You can count me among those who rolled their eyes and moaned “Why?” when Solo: A Star Wars Story was announced. I mean…it’s still a Star Wars film, but at that point, I was convinced Han had been done to death (literally). I wasn’t outright against it, but I just thought there was no need […]

Jordan’s Spoiler Review – Solo: A Star Wars Story Put a Smile on My Face

In a fandom divided after The Last Jedi, the new Solo movie might just be the balm that we all need to bring us back together again. Of course, every movie will have its haters, and this one will certainly be no exception. However, even though I do have some minor complaints about the movie […]

REVIEW – A Rebel, a Smuggler, and a Sith Walk into a Podrace in Star Wars Annual 4

Written by Cullen Bunn Art by Marc Laming, Roland Boschi and Ario Anindito Cover Art by Tradd Moore and Matthew Wilson Strap in, racing fans — we’re going podracing! Bring your betting money, because this is going to be a high-stakes race, with rebel Luke Skywalker, smuggler Sana Starros and even a certain Dark Lord […]

Review – Lockdown Accresker Jail In Marvel’s Doctor Aphra #20

Issue number twenty of Doctor Aphra puts us on the path of what looks to be one helluva a fun arc, “The Catastrophe Con”. In the previous issue, Aphra was to be sent to a doomed fate in an Imperial prison by her once part-time lover Tolvan. I wasn’t really sure if Tolvan did this in […]

Review: Mon Cala Rebels in Marvel’s Star Wars #48

This week in issue #48 of the titular Star Wars series by writer Kieron Gillen and artists Salvador Larroca and Guru-eFX, the Mon Cala king attempts to unite his people in their resolve against the tyrannical Empire, Luke and Leia’s plan goes south, and the rebels find their hope renewed once more, but at what […]

Review – Solo: A Star Wars Story is a Breathtaking Roller Coaster of Fun

The Star Wars community has been divided of late to say the least. You could say that of the three films released by Disney in the last three years, the one most universally well received by fans was Rogue One, the standalone spin-off. The mainstream films have been the source of much ire and infighting, […]

A Protege Is Rewarded In Marvel’s Star Wars: Thrawn #4

The ladder of Imperial hierarchy is one we’ve watched Thrawn climb at an impressive rate. If there’s anything consistent about Thrawn, it’s his ability to surprise his peers and commanders, while succeeding in tasks that prove his quality in the Empire. Now, those who’ve been along for the ride may finally see their rewards, too.  […]

Review: The Game is Up in Marvel’s Darth Vader #16

  Written by Charles Soule Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli Vader and his Inquisitors lead an elite squad of clone troopers to flush out the Jedi traitor beneath the waters of Mon Cala… and the oceans will burn with their fury. Jelena Bidin (LadyMusashi)Staff member, comic and book reviewer. Cheers for the Light Side, but would […]

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