Legendary Adventures: The Crystal Star

Legendary Adventures #84 Crystal Star

A strange-extra-dimensional beast draws the attention – and concern – of our heroes as Luke tries to rebuild the Jedi Order and Senator Leia Organa searches for her (oft-kidnapped) children! Join the Legendary Adventures as we read The Crystal Star.

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Star Wars Visions Review: “The Twins”

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The first of two shorts from Studio Trigger for Star Wars Visions, “The Twins” cuts straight to the core of the franchise’s themes, if maybe too quickly and on the nose, but it builds such an over-the-top, thrilling, and packed take on the Saga that it leaves you curious on where the titular twins will go next. Continue reading “Star Wars Visions Review: “The Twins””

Star Wars Visions Review: “Tatooine Rhapsody”

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Every short in Star Wars Visions has a unique take on the galaxy far, far away, though out of all of them, Studio Colorido’s “Tatooine Rhapsody” seemed like the biggest swing: the band Star Waver must rescue one of its members from Jabba the Hutt and Boba Fett. For me, it worked better than expected and provided a good uplifting time, even if it all felt surface deep. Continue reading “Star Wars Visions Review: “Tatooine Rhapsody””

Star Wars Visions Review: “The Duel”

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Star Wars Visions is here, a revolutionary new series where 7 anime studios were handed the keys to Star Wars and told to create their own visions, resulting in 9 shorts blowing open the definition of the Saga as a whole. It all begins with Kamikaze Douga’s “The Duel,” where a roaming Ronin finds himself pulled into a small village’s conflict with bandit raiders. Continue reading “Star Wars Visions Review: “The Duel””

Canon Comic Review: Ghost of Vader’s Castle #1

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We’re close to Halloween, though do we ever need an excuse for IDW’s annual fright-fest from writer Cavan Scott and artist Francesco Francavilla in what is being billed as the final installment of the Vader’s Castle series, Ghosts of Vader’s Castle picks up on last year’s surprise ending in its framing story while bringing the (fun) scares the series is well known for in a droid-zombie tale! Things are shaping up for a grand finale to the spook-tastic series! Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Ghost of Vader’s Castle #1”

Canon Comic Review: Bounty Hunters #16 – War of the Bounty Hunters

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Dengar and Valance, as well as T’onga and her expanded crew, all make it to Jekara for the auction of the era in Bounty Hunters #16, catching the series up to the current events of the larger War of the Bounty Hunters crossover. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Bounty Hunters #16 – War of the Bounty Hunters”

Legendary Adventures: Planet of Twilight

Luke Skywalker’s journey to help his lover, Callista Ming, find her connection with the Force ends with kidnapping and an exploration of the Force and the Jedi Order. Join today’s Legendary Adventure as we finish the Callista trilogy with Planet of Twilight!
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The High Republic Show 5: Wave III Covers Revealed, The High Republic Adventures Annual Announced, and More!

Arriving a bit unexpectedly, but totally welcomed is another entry in The High Republic Show, hosted by Krystina Arielle, who we are so damn lucky to have as a host of these wonderful videos! Episode 5 might not reveal any new details on the previously announced Wave III content for Phase 1: Light of the Jedi, but it does reveal covers for the upcoming titles, announces The High Republic Adventures Annual 2021, has a great chat with authors Justina Ireland and Cavan Scott plus Executive Editor Jen Heddle, and shows off a fan-made model of Starlight Beacon! Continue reading “The High Republic Show 5: Wave III Covers Revealed, The High Republic Adventures Annual Announced, and More!”

Canon Comic Review: The High Republic Adventures – The Monster of Temple Peak #2

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Ty Yorrick provides some actual monster hunting in The High Republic Adventures — The Monster of Temple Peak #2, though what she finds forces her to forge connections and confront the past she’s so eager to hide from, as the mystery in the present and the past only deepens. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: The High Republic Adventures – The Monster of Temple Peak #2”

Canon Comic Review: War of the Bounty Hunters – Boushh #1

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Doctor Aphra (Vol. 2) writer Alyssa Wong brings to life War of the Bounty Hunter‘s next one-shot, Boushh #1, where she deftly handles an expansion on the hunter and his compatriots while offering Tagge family intrigue that factors into her Aphra run and the larger crossover, while the art team of David Baldeón, Israel Silva, and Ariana Maher impresses to make this my favorite one-shot yet! Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: War of the Bounty Hunters – Boushh #1”