The summer has wound done, but the Star Wars comics show no sign of abating. August? It reached a new level, with 10 titles out last month.
This episode has lots of conversation and constructive criticism, along with news you can use, including details about Si Spurrier joining the writing team with Kieron Gillen for Doctor Aphra, as well as Jason Aaron’s dissection of his long run on Marvel’s flagship monthly Star Wars title with SyFy Wire’s Mike Avila.
Given that Gillen is taking over for Aaron with issue 38, we thought it was mighty interesting that Salvador Larroca posted a picture of Benthic Two Tubes from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
Of even more interest? His remarks to us via Twitter that he’s got big plans for Benthic in Star Wars.
And don’t forget, this week marks the debut of IDW Publishing’s Star Wars Adventures, so get ready and get your copies. (We’ve got some big plans for this new series. You’ll see.)
Star Wars comics reviewed this month?
- Rogue One #5
- Star Wars: Rogue One — Cassian & K-2SO one-shot
- Star Wars #34 and #35
- Doctor Aphra 11 and Doctor Aphra Annual #1
- Darth Vader #4
- Poe Dameron #18
- A Star Wars Comic #8
- Star Wars: Jedi of the Republic — Mace Windu #1
Looking ahead through September, we’ll be reading several issues. They include, by release date and title:
- Darth Vader #5
- Rogue One #6 (final issue)
- Journey to Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Captain Phasma #1
- Star Wars Adventures #1
- Darth Vader Omnibus (It collects the entirety of Volume One.)
- Star Wars: The Marvel UK Collecting Omnibus (This collects Star Wars Weekly 60, 94-99, 104-115; Empire Strikes Back Monthly issues 149, 151, 153-157; Star Wars Monthly 159; Ewok Annual 1989, Star Wars: The Official Collector’s Magazine; material from Pizzazz issues 10-16; and and U.K.-exclusive covers, pinups and articles.)
- Doctor Aphra #12
- Star Wars #36
- Star Wars: Darth Maul (trade paperback collecting the five-issue mini series)
- Poe Dameron #19
- Journey to Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Captain Phasma #2
- Star Wars Annual #3
- Star Wars Adventures #2
- A Star Wars Comic #9
- Star Wars: Jedi of the Republic — Mace Windu #2
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