Tagged: star wars
Star Wars: Rebel Heist was akin to tagging along with a celebrity of the Star Wars universe and being part of what they do best.
Since the crew that created the show had half the episodes to wrap up the multitude of story lines they had created, this comic, Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir was made to help give us some closure.
I noticed there were rumors circulating that Disney has announced all Star Wars Expanded Universe material non-canon. Curious, I looked into it, and it seems that the rumors are unfortunately accurate. IGN states, “Lucasfilm also clarified that only… Read More »
Hoth Infinite Darkness Self-released 2012 In metal you have very little leeway when it comes to subject matter. Until… Read More »
The Fuse #1 Anthony Johnston, Justin Greenwood Image Comics 2014 This book has been on my radar since seeing it… Read More »
So here is an interesting piece of history that I found on the net. This is a letter from a 13 year old Warwick Davis to George Lucas after filming the Return of the Jedi.
Marc with a C An Introduction to Marc with a C Self-released 2013 Marc Sirdoreous, the Marc with a C… Read More »
The rights to publish Star Wars comics had gone from Marvel to Dark Horse back in 1991, but Marvel has just announced that they have been granted the rights once again. They will begin creating new Star Wars comics… Read More »
The further a comic is from anything familiar, the more it is asking us to take the journey into a strange and unknown world with it. Unfortunately, Star Wars Legacy is just asking too much, and making all the wrong moves.
The Death Star is complete. The Rebels are on the run. After five years without a vacation, our trusty Stormtrooper wins an all expense paid trip to the galaxy’s most peaceful planet. Fun in the sun, adult beverages, exotic… Read More »
Geeks and jocks hanging out together! Is it the end times or are we in stuck in some sort of Bizarro world? No folks, it’s just the Third Annual Star Wars Night at Marlins Park. On September 27th, fanboys and… Read More »