This Weeks Publications – 18th November 2019

Welcome to this week’s publications breakdown.

The scheduled releases for this week will be;

Tuesday 19th November 2019


Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – Force Collector by Kevin Shinick
(Disney-Lucasfilm Press)
Karr is a teenage boy like many others in the galaxy. He goes to school, helps his parents with the family business, likes speeders and droids. But Karr also has a secret: when he touches certain objects, he gets searing headaches and blacks out. And along with the pain sometimes come visions of people he doesn’t know and places he’s never been.
Karr’s parents worry that he’s sick; his grandmother is convinced the visions come from the Force. But it’s been years since anyone has heard from the last of the Jedi—Luke Skywalker. Are there any Jedi left to guide Karr in the use of his abilities? Is anyone even willing to talk about the Jedi and what happened to them, as their memory continues to fade and the First Order rises? Stuck on his isolated home planet, Karr becomes a collector of historical artifacts, hoping to one day find an object that will give him a vision about the secrets of the Jedi.
When his grandmother dies and his parents announce they’re sending him away to a school on the other side of the planet, Karr reaches his breaking point. He needs to know what his destiny holds, and whether the Jedi are involved. Accompanied by Maize, the blunt, unpredictable new girl at school with ties to the First Order, and RZ-7, Karr’s solicitous droid companion, he sets off into the larger galaxy to find the truth. His adventures will take him from Utapau to Jakku to Takodana and beyond as he learns more about the Jedi than he could have expected…and about his own place in the Force.


The Art of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
(Dark Horse)
A full colour oversized hardcover volume that captures the development of the newest canonical and interactive addition to the Star Wars universe.
A galaxy-spanning adventure awaits in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, the new action-adventure videogame from Respawn Entertainment. Explore the artistic creation of Cal Kestis’s quest to rebuild the Jedi Order as he learns the ways of the Force, travels to exotic worlds, and battles tyrannical foes.
With detailed concept art of all-new characters, exciting weapons and equipment, and locales both familiar and new, this tome offers a behind-the-scenes look at the production of a hit game–all accompanied by intimate artists’ commentary that reveals how this incredible universe is brought together. This limited edition also features a cover and slipcase inspired by ancient Jedi tomes, as well as an exclusive gallery-quality lithograph!
Dark Horse Books, Lucasfilm Limited, and Respawn Entertainment are honoured to present The Art of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Limited Edition, guiding readers on Cal’s odyssey. This uniquely designed work is sure to thrill dedicated Jedi acolytes and gamers alike.

  The Art of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (Limited Edition)
(Dark Horse)

Wednesday 20th November 2019

Star Wars #75
(Marvel Comics)
• The epic REBELS AND ROGUES storyline reaches its explosive end! Can THREEPIO save the rock people of K43?
• Is WARBA the master or the student? Which Champion falls?
• And how much of LUKE’S desperate plan has DARTH VADER foreseen from the beginning?
• The search for a new rebel base continues!
Cover variants; A – Noto, B – JTC Action Figure (Anakin Skywalker), C – Sprouse, Story, Menon, D – Land, D’Marta

Star Wars: Rebels and Rogues (TPB)
(Marvel Comics)
Darth Vader is on the hunt for Luke Skywalker! Thousands of remote probes are sent into the far reaches of space looking for the Rebel Alliance. But the rebels send out desperate, heroic missions to lead them astray. Chewie and C-3PO lure a drone to a planet with an unstable core but learn of a secret droid civilization. With Star Destroyers and Darth Vader approaching, they must now protect these newfound droids. Luke Skywalker undertakes a mission to lead a drone away from a rebel refueling station but runs into the Force-sensitive human Bendoh. With Luke training to be a Jedi, will Bendoh be a valuable teacher or a simple grifter? Then, Han Solo and Princess Leia plan to use a drone to take down a local crime boss, but things get complicated when they run into Leia’s ex! What could possibly go wrong?!
Collects Star Wars #68 to #72

Star Wars: Allegiance (TPB)
(Marvel Comics)
Hounded by the FIRST ORDER across the galaxy, the RESISTANCE is in dire need of ships, weapons and recruits to make a final stand against KYLO REN’S forces. Desperation drives a delegation led by GENERAL LEIA ORGANA and REY to entreat the Rebel veteran’s one-time allies, THE MON CALAMARI, to join the fight – but decades after Imperial occupation enslaved their planet, there are those willing to stop at nothing to prevent another war from bloodying the waters of Mon Cala. A system away, POE DAMERON and FINN have their own mission: to hunt down a weapons cache on the remote moon of Avedot, unaware that they are being hunted by the most notorious criminal gang in the galaxy!

Star Wars Epic Collection: Legends – The Menace Revealed Vol. 2 (TPB)
(Marvel Comics)
Jedi Knight Quinlan Vos has lost his memory! Now he must rediscover his past while searching for his Padawan, Aayla Secura! But deadly gamblers, false Jedi, corrupt officials and the pull of the dark side all stand in his way! Then, lightsabers clash as the bounty hunter Aurra Sing arrives on Coruscant, slaying Jedi in the very shadow of the Temple! A number of Jedi Knights volunteer to take action – but do they seek justice, or vengeance? And when a prison planet watched over by the Guardians comes under attack from a deadly enemy, the still-troubled Quinlan Vos investigates – but his newest assignment may be a suicide mission! Plus, more tales from the Republic era of Star Wars!
Collects Star Wars # 19 – 22 (Twilight) [June – September 2000], Star Wars # 23 – 26 (Infinity’s End) [October 2000 – January 2001], Star Wars # 27 (Starcrash) [February 2001], Star Wars # 28 – 31 (The Hunt for Aurra Sing) [March – June 2001], Star Wars # 32 – 35 (Darkness) [July – October 2001], material from Dark Horse Extra # 35 – 37 (Heart of Fire) [May – July 2001], material from Dark Horse Presents Annual 2000 (Aurra’s Song) [June 2000], material from Star Wars Tales # 13 [September 2002]

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

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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’.