Comics With Kenobi #31

Sit down, pour a cup of joe and relax. Be at one with the Force as we discuss all the comics from May — and we mean all of them.

Apologies for the length of this show — it’s more than two-and-a-half hours — but there was a great deal to discuss about the events of (The) Screaming Citadel crossover that’s gone through three of its five chapters in its namesake one-shot, Star Wars No. 31 and issue seven of Star Wars: Doctor Aphra.

(At this rate, our show discussing August’s comics will last three days!)

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STAR WARS COMICS: Marvel’s Classic 1977-Era Series Getting IDW’s “Artist’s Edition” Treatment

Fans of some of Marvel and DC’s classic comics have always gravitated toward IDW Publishing’s “Artist’s Editions,” which feature classic comics printed the actual size of the original art, capturing all the salient details.B&W Star Wars No. 1 (1977)

Now, IDW and Marvel are teaming up to bring the first volume of Star Wars to IDW’s “Artist Edition” folios later this year, and while pricey at $150, the format provides readers a detailed, unexpurgated look at the creative process of the stories written and drawn.

“Marvel has been a terrific and loyal partner, and Star Wars represents an incredible opportunity to further expand our relationship,” IDW president and chief operating officer Greg Goldstein said in a statement released on Monday, May 4.
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