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Jedi News Comic Review: Star Wars Legacy Prisoner of the Floating World #7

Ania Solo and her Mon Calamari friend Sauk are fugitives from the Carreras system. Despite the...

Star Wars Bookworms #12: Purge Targets

Join Teresa and Aaron for the latest episode of Star Wars Bookworms. Bookworms is back with your hosts Teresa and...

Jedi News Comic Review: Star Wars Volume 1

“After the destruction of the Death Star, the Rebels are hounded by the Empire. Suspecting a spy in their ranks, Princess Leia forms a secret X-wing squadron—which includes Luke Skywalker—to expose the spy and find a safe home. Meanwhile, Han Solo and Chewbacca are sent on a covert mission! Collects Star Wars #1–#6 and Free Comic Book Day 2013."

Jedi News Comic Review: Clone Wars Adventures: Volume 5

"As the fires of the Clone Wars burn across the galaxy, heroes on both sides of the conflict emerge, and no matter what the outcome, the galaxy will be forever changed. Presenting four more pulse-racing tales of knock-down, drag-out action and adventure, all told in the same stripped-down stylization as Cartoon Network's micro-series."

Dark Horse: Solicitations For December 2013

Dark Horse have sent out their solicitations for December 2013, including 5 Star Wars comic book titles, a trade paperback, and a hardcover...

Ad Appearing In This Weels Marvel Comics

It seems the new 31" Jakks Pacific figures are being given a good push, as this advert is appearing in this weeks...

Jedi News Comic Review: Clone Wars Adventures: Volume 4

"Four more tales of hyperkinetic Clone Wars action! As the Clone Wars burn across the galaxy and the true intentions of the Sith are revealed, the true heroes of the conflict emerge. Chewbacca leads the Wookiees against the Republic invaders on the jungle world of Kashyyyk, R2-D2 and C-3PO uncover a plot to assassinate Padme, an orphaned refugee witnesses the rough life of a Clone Trooper firsthand, and Anakin Skywalker fights alongside a young Jedi who will play a part in his descent into the Dark Side."

Star Wars Bookworms #11: Intro to the EU Dragon Con Panel

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Short Story Review: Hondo Ohnaka’s Not So Big Score

“By Jason Fry and starring Hondo Ohnaka, the enigmatic Weequay pirate from Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the story showcases a kidnapping on a luxury passenger liner. There’s lots of laughs and plenty of Hondo and it includes original artwork by Chris Scalf.”

Constant Spirit: New Jen Heddle Short Leia Story in Insider #145

LucasBooks Senior Editor Jennifer Heddle bring us a Princess Leia short story in the 145th issue of Star Wars Insider....

Details on Star Wars Insider #144

Details on Star Wars Insider #144 have been posted on the official Insider website. Look out! It's Leia. This issue, Star...

Jedi News Comic Review: Clone Wars Adventures: Volume 3

"As the Clone Wars continue to rock the Star Wars universe, the Republic's forces, led by the Jedi, find themselves drawn ever-deeper into Darth Sidious' evil web. With stories covering all aspects of the Clone Wars - from the trials of the revered Jedi Master Yoda, to the tribulations of the lowliest Clone Troopers fighting on the front lines, to the wicked machinations of the dreaded Count Dooku and General Grievous - these fast-paced tales feature a unique look into the world of Star Wars and at the events that shook the Galaxy far, far away?"

Jedi News Comic Review: The Star Wars #1

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Dark Horse: A Choice of 24 Star Wars Comics Only $0.99

Digital Dark Horse are at it again, this time offering a selection of 24 prime Star Wars titles for a...

Jedi News Comic Review: Star Wars Legacy Prisoner of the Floating World #6

Ania Solo just wanted to make a couple of quick credits from a salvaged lightsaber and...

Jedi News Comic Review: Star Wars Zam Wesell

"Zam Wesell is everything you'd want in a girl: beauty, intelligence, style, the ability to strip and assemble an EE-3 blaster rifle in less than six seconds...She really does have it all. It's no wonder that she has caught the eye of fellow bounty hunter, Jango Fett. Jango is going to need her help in finding and destroying a powerful artifact that could prove to be very destructive if it fell into the wrong hands. Though he isn't usually this sentimental, he wants to make sure the galaxy is safe for his young son. However, Zam's motivations are not so noble. She plans to sell the artifact to the highest bidder. If they can't trust each other and they've got every bounty hunter and cutthroat in the galaxy gunning for them, who can they trust?"

Star Wars Bookworms #10: Ghosts of Crucible

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Saturday Sales: 50% Off Digital Dark Horse Comics

Pick up a digital issue of Star Wars Clone Wars Adventures for a reduced price of $3.99 at Digital Dark Horse for...

Limited Copies of Star Wars Insider #143 Exclusive Celebration Europe Cover on Sale

If you missed out on securing yours while at Celebration Europe last month, or if you weren't able to attend at all, you...

Jedi News Comic Review: Star Wars Omnibus: KOTOR Volume 1

“Padawan Zayne Carrick is suddenly a fugitive framed for the murder of his fellow Jedi-in-training. Little does the galaxy know, Zayne’s own Masters are behind the massacre and dead set on recovering him before he can reveal the truth. Collects Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic issues #0–#18 (volumes 1–3).”

San Diego Comic Con 2013: Interview with Randy Stradley & Douglas Wheatley

The ever-active Jawa James of Club Jade brings us another interview, this time with Dark Horse duo Randy Stradley and...

Star Wars Bookworms #9: Justin Aclin Interview

Join Teresa and Aaron for the latest episode of Star Wars Bookworms. In this first of hopefully three August episodes...

Official Blog: Marvel’s Star Wars Comics: More Than Just a Big Green Rabbit

Lucas Books Senior Editor Jen Heddle spoils us in the best way with this nostalgic look back at the Mighty...

Jedi News Comic Review: Clone Wars Adventures: Volume 2

"In the rolling asteroid rings above a remote planet, General Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker play a deadly game of cat and mouse against Separatist droid fighters-and a squadron of highly skilled human pilots who have pledged their guns to Count Dooku. Find out why Anakin is known as the greatest pilot in the galaxy! Also in this volume, Jedi Master Luminara Unuli and her Padawan Barriss Offee race against time to evacuate farmers and their families before the droid forces of General Grievous overrun their village. When Barriss and her squad of clone troopers are caught in the path of the enemy army, only fast thinking and steel resolve can save the day!"

Jedi News Comic Review: Clone Wars Adventures: Volume 1

"On the night-world of Nivek, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker must first overcome the limitations of fighting in the dark before they can take on the dreaded Shadowmen! Meanwhile, Jedi Masters Mace Windu and Saesee Tiin discover that push can come to shove when using the Force to fight battledroids. And, fresh from leading an underwater assault against Separatist forces on the water planet of Mon Calamari, Jedi Master Kit Fisto and his remaining clone troops reach the surface to find a new threat awaiting them! Incredible action, hot art, and lightning-fast pacing are coming your way in this new take on the Star Wars galaxy!"
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