Is this thing on? Can you hear us? Are we getting through?
YES WE ARE!
After a technical snafu delayed Jeff McGee and Matt Moore, the daring duo have roared back into the Dragon Run to give it another go and what a go it was, what with the latest issues of Star Wars, Star Wars: Poe Dameron and Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Read more
Plenty of Princess Leia, more adventures with Poe Dameron, SCAR Troopers vs. the Rebel Alliance and Rey faces down Kylo Ren as November’s Star Wars comics feature a bounty of new tales and continuing adventures, along with a brand new R2-D2 tale by Chris Eliopoulos.
The only thing missing? No replacement, yet, for the about to conclude Star Wars: Darth Vader as fans await — with eagerness and a hint of impatience — word on a third ongoing monthly series, not to mention a mini-series to replace the adaptation of The Force Awakens.
We know something’s coming down the space lanes, thanks to Marvel assistant editor Heather Antos, who tweeted Aug. 18 that she was “Starting a pretty awesome new Star Wars project tomorrow. I’m really excited for this one!”
So, too, are comics fans. Until then, there’s plenty of Star Wars tales to be told and read. Read more
We’re live from Takodana! (Sort of.) We’re at the same issue as the monthly Star Wars comic! (For now.) We’re also talking comics! Five of them, to be exact, and in a rare convergence, Jeff McGee and Matt Moore liked them. For real. A lot.
Star Wars comics in October see Han Solo’s end (literally), but not the star, while Sgt. Kreel and his SCAR team face off vs. Luke Skywalker, Leia and company aboard the Harbinger and Finn, Han and Chewbacca set off to save Rey from the First Order.
Poe Dameron, the Resistance’s best pilot continues his ongoing rivalry with First Order agent superior Terex, too.
Missing from the October line up? A third monthly series to replace Star Wars: Darth Vader, which ends in August. Read more
We’re really flying Solo this episode. Seriously. No lie. Why? Because the first issue of Star Wars: Han Solo came out and we read it. Know what else we read? Everything. If it was a Marvel Star Wars comic and it came out in June, Matt Moore and Jeff McGee read it. It’s true. All of it. Read more
It’s no secret that the popularity of Star Wars: The Force Awakens is expanding by the day, if not faster, as Star Wars fans new and old envelope the newest chapter of the Saga.
Which is why six months and almost a week after its debut, Marvel’s much-anticipated — and first one in years — comic adaptation of the film is drawing such visibility and interest.
Written by Chuck Wendig, the author tasked with writing the Aftermath trilogy, and drawn by Luke Ross, the five-issue adaptation appears to capture the spontaneity and adventure of the film, if a four-page preview of the book’s interiors released by Marvel, is any indication. Read more
Marvel’s decision to adapt The Force Awakens marks a return to film adaptations in comics by the publisher and it’s going all in with several emotionally gripping covers for the first issue out June 22.