Suvudu Star Wars contributor Eric Geller brings you a roundup of Star Wars news from June 5-12, 2013.Read More
Yeah, so by now you’ve probably heard all about the closure of LucasArts, but what you might not considered is that this pretty much brings the axe down on Star Wars 1313, a third-person shooter action game that was promised to bring a darker, more mature element to Star Wars gaming. That by itself really sucks, but just this week our friends at Kotaku uncovered the frustrating fact that 1313 would have starred Boba Fett.Read More
Transmedia Synergy Optimized in Brand-Aligned Trilogy
For years, Del Rey has been working to bring the fun and excitement that is Star Wars to prose. That’s included adaptations of the films, of course – and also, new material expanding upon the characters and events depicted in the films.
But Del Rey has also produced many [...]
It’s not news to anyone that Kevin Smith, director of Clerks, Red State, Chasing Amy, Mall Rats and several other films, is a huge Star Wars fan. Almost all of his films are peppered with references to the saga, and anyone who listens to his podcasts has a better than even chance of hearing him [...]Read More
How quickly does a pop culture item like Boba Fett’s invoice to Jabba the Hutt for the capture of Han Solo spread throughout the internet? Dan Wallace’s Geekosity blog has some insight to that question.Read More
The first official selection in the Star Wars Reader’s Club is Star Wars: The Bounty Hunter Wars: The Mandalorian Armor by K.W. Jeter. The book was initially published in June 1998 and is the first book in The Bounty Hunter Wars trilogy. The events in the book are set shortly after Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.Read More