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Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #17

Doctor Aphra #17

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Aphra and her crew of ne’er-do-wells hatch a foolproof plan, which includes kidnapping a familiar character from a certain animated show, to break into the highest security Tarkin Initiative base around, making the latest entry in the “Remastered” arc, Doctor Aphra #17, another top-notch blast in Marvel’s best. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #17”

Star Wars Rebels Review: “Jedi Night” & “DUME”

Star Wars Rebels Jedi Night

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Star Wars Rebels‘ fourth and final season has begun its march towards the end, starting with “Jedi Night” & “Dume,” two episodes offering one helluva return which pushes the Ghost crew to face an uncertain future, setting up some final threads for the show to explore. Serious spoilers ahead, folks. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! Continue reading “Star Wars Rebels Review: “Jedi Night” & “DUME””

Solo News Roundup: Book/Comic Tie-ins, EW Cover Story, and Merchandising

Once the teaser trailer dropped after the Super Bowl, the Solo: A Star Wars Story media blitz was ready to kick into high gear. We got the first details on the film from the usual suspect, an Entertainment Weekly cover story, then some of the toys were revealed, and finally the literature tie-ins, including books and comics were announced. Check out all the news in one, convenient spot below! Continue reading “Solo News Roundup: Book/Comic Tie-ins, EW Cover Story, and Merchandising”

Canon Comic Review: Darth Vader – Dark Lord of the Sith #11

Darth Vader Dark Lord of the Sith #11

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Darth Vader – Dark Lord of the Sith #11 starts a two issue arc, “The Rule of Five,” with quite the bang, containing an exciting connection to an older, classic comic (also written by Charles Soule) and ending with a delectable surprise. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Darth Vader – Dark Lord of the Sith #11”

Canon Comic Review: Poe Dameron #24

Poe Dameron #24

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Lor San Tekka becomes a pawn in Terex’s quest for freedom but can Black Squadron save Lor in time? Poe Dameron #24 packs a few surprises where you might least suspect them, pushing the “Legend Found” arc towards its final issue. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Poe Dameron #24”

Canon Comic Review: Star Wars Adventures – Forces of Destiny (#1-5)

Star Wars Adventures Forces of Destiny v3
Elsa Charretier Variant Covers

When it was first announced the younger marketed Star Wars Adventures comics from IDW would have a Forces of Destiny tie-in miniseries, a show itself great for the same audience the comic reached, it felt like a match made in Cloud City. Now that all five issues of the female-centric miniseries have released, all written by female creatives, I can honestly say it belongs among the clouds, despite a few minor missteps that won’t really matter to core readers of the event series. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Star Wars Adventures – Forces of Destiny (#1-5)”

Solo: A Star Wars Story Teaser Trailer Arrives in Style

Whether you’ve been patient as a Jedi or screaming into that secret red phone in your home with a direct line to Kathleen Kennedy, the wait for a Solo: A Star Wars Story footage is over! Good Morning America debuted the teaser trailer, after a 45 second teaser the night before, which shows off the movie’s style, both through its visuals and wardrobe. Check below for the Super Bowl ad, character posters, stills, and some assorted musings on the teaser trailer. Continue reading “Solo: A Star Wars Story Teaser Trailer Arrives in Style”

Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #16

Doctor Aphra #16

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It’ll be a day long remembered in the ethos of Star Wars as Doctor Aphra #16 does a big, wondrous thing fans of Aphra, and LGBTQ+ fans, have been rooting for a while now, all while wrapping it in a fun, action-packed, but heavy issue. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: Doctor Aphra #16”

Canon Comic Review: The Last Jedi – DJ: Most Wanted

The Last Jedi DJ Most Wanted #1

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The Last Jedi – DJ: Most Wanted is a one-shot comic which gives us a peek into what the titular character was up to before Finn and Rose find him in one of Canto Bight’s prisons, and while fun, it won’t change your perceptions of the character. Continue reading “Canon Comic Review: The Last Jedi – DJ: Most Wanted”