This Weeks Publications – 2nd September 2019

Welcome to this week’s publications breakdown.

The scheduled releases for this week will be;

Wednesday 4th September 2019

Star Wars #71
(Marvel Comics)
RUIN AMONG THE ROCKS!
The REBELS AND ROGUES epic continues as our heroes’ mission to divert the IMPERIAL FLEET spins out of control! On K43, the Rock Elders probe THREEPIO’S memories – and allegiances! Could a droid have more in common with a rock monster than a human? On Lanz Carpo, a rogue takes a fall and a princess fights a vigilante. And on Kalakan, LUKE robs a bank. Wait, LUKE ROBS A BANK???
Cover variants; A – Noto, B – JTC Action Figure (TBC), C – Dodson (Galactic Moment 24/36)

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order – Dark Temple #1 (of 5)
(Marvel Comics)
IN THE GLORY DAYS OF THE REPUBLIC, TWO JEDI WILL GET CAUGHT UP IN A BATTLE THEY CAN’T UNDERSTAND – A BATTLE FOR THEIR LIVES!
Leading into Jedi: Fallen Order the upcoming third-person action-adventure Star Wars title from Lucasfilm and Respawn Entertainment, DARK TEMPLE follows the Jedi Master ENO CORDOVA and his impulsive Padawan CERE JUNDA on their most dangerous mission yet. The Jedi Council has sent them to the remote planet Ontotho to oversee the peaceful excavation of a mysterious temple that has been uncovered. But they will come to find that what surrounds the temple may be even more dangerous than the mysteries within it. Clandestine local resistance forces and ruthless corporate security troops in a war for the fate of Ontotho – and the Jedi are caught in the middle!
Cover variants; A – Chechetto, B – Game variant

Galaxy’s Edge #4 (of 5) – Second Printing
(Marvel Comics)
THE GREATER OF TWO EVILS!
• As the elite RED FURY stormtroopers of THE FIRST ORDER edge closer, KENDOH and her crew are running out of time to run their heist.
• But what does the mysterious score have to do with a DOCTOR APHRA mission 30 years in the past?
• Only Dok-Ondar knows the secret, and he may have to kill to keep it!
Cover variants; A – Sliney

You will be able to find these on sale from your usual high street bookstores, 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’.