This Weeks Publications – 1st April 2019

Welcome to this week’s publications breakdown.

Pinch, punch, first of the month! No fools here today, only the publications you’re looking for!

The scheduled releases for this week will be;

Wednesday 3rd April 2019

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY ADAPTATION #7 (of 7)
(Marvel)
THE FINAL SHOWDOWN!
HAN SOLO is out of options and out of allies, and DRYDEN wants him dead. Will BECKETT’s double-cross be Han’s undoing? Will Han do the right thing despite that it could cost him and CHEWBACCA their lives? Find out in the thrilling conclusion to SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY, featuring material not seen in the film!
Cover variants: A – Phil Noto
STAR WARS #64
(Marvel)
“THE SCOURGING OF SHU-TORUN” PART 3
LEIA leads her covert team deep into the heart of the royal palace of SHU-TORUN. BENTHIC leads the PARTISANS deep inside the horrific edifice of THE SPIKE. A rebel victory could cripple the Empire for good. A little scourging is one thing…but the death of a planet?
Cover variants: A – Parel, B – JTC Action Figure (Princess Leis Boushh Disguise), C – Granov (Galactic Moments 10/36)
Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: The Old Republic Vol. 3 TPB
(Marvel)
A new direction for fugitive Jedi Zayne Carrick! With his allies by his side – his best friend, Gryph, the mysterious Jarael, and the former Mandalorian warrior Rohlan – Zayne sets forth on seat-of-your-pants adventures filled with ghost ships, renegade droids and high-speed racers! A death-defying shoot-out on the face of a comet leads right into the heart of one of the galaxy’s most cruel organizations – the slave-trading Crucible! Zayne risks his life – and maybe his sanity – to help Jarael face her dark past, but the consequences could be deadly for his crew! And, as Zayne Carrick’s saga draws to a close, he’ll face what may be his most dangerous enemy yet – the demonic Demagol!
COLLECTING: STAR WARS: KNIGHTS OF THE OLD REPUBLIC 38-50, STAR WARS: KNIGHTS OF THE OLD REPUBLIC – WAR 1-5, MATERIAL FROM STAR WARS TALES 24

You will be able to find these on sale from your usual high street book stores, news-stands and online retailers.

Steve Galloway
Steve was 5 years old when he saw Star Wars for the first time during its first UK cinema release. He considers himself a first generation Star Wars fan and in his own words is a ‘Child of 77’.