This Weeks Publications – 3rd December 2018

Welcome to this week’s publications breakdown.

This week sees the first issue of the Star Wars: Age of Republic series from Marvel Comics with it’s 5 variants!

The scheduled releases for this week will be;

Wednesday 5th December 2018

Star Wars #58
The Escape – Part III
Is there romance in the air for Luke and Tula?
Is there romance in the air for Han and Leia?!
Is there romance in the air between a bunch of stranded rebels and enormous ravenous monsters? No. This last one is no.
Cover variants: Jamal Campbell, JTC – Action Figure: Nien Nunb, Rod Reis – Galactic Icon: BB-8
Age of Republic: Qui-Gon Jinn #1
Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn is known to bend the rules and it’s gotten him into plenty of trouble with the Jedi Council. Now, in the face of a mission that goes awry, he’s forced to confront his conflicting beliefs. What will Qui-Gon uncover about his loyalty to the Jedi vs his loyalty to the Force?
Cover variants: Paolo Rivera, Romulo Fajado Jr & Cory Smith, Movie, Iain McCaig, Guru-eFX & Mike McKone, Elia Bonetti & Giuseppe Camuncoli
Star Wars Adventures: Destroyer Down #2
(IDW Publishing [import])
Swallowed by the shifting sands of Jakku, the Imperial Star Destroyer Spectral has been lost for two decades, giving rise to rumours of hauntings and buried treasure. But an epic sandstorm has revealed the ruins of the starship, and renowned scavenger Rey now leads the race to claim whatever lies within!
Cover variants: Derek Charm
Poe Dameron: Volume 5: The Spark and the Fire
Lor San Tekka has been found! Now Poe Dameron is off to recover the missing link to legendary Jedi master Luke Skywalker’s whereabouts. But his plan goes astray when the First Order intervenes on Jakku… Meanwhile, the rest of Black Squadron takes off on their most daring mission yet!
Collects Poe Dameron #26 to #31 and Annual #2.

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’.