Don’t miss this week’s excerpt – it’s from STAR WARS: TARKIN by James Luceno – on sale next Tuesday! Click read more to check out the first 50 pages.Read More
Sometimes it’s really good to be wrong about something. Back in 2010 I wrote a piece titled Star Wars: TIE Fighter, the Best Game You’ll Never Play Again:
No mere anonymous Stormtrooper, your pilot served an important role in preserving order in a lawless universe. In suggesting a pay-off to be gained for the [...]
I used to take fantasy way too seriously: No laughs for me, thanks. Let’s get on with the brooding, right? Good fantasy had to be serious fantasy, because I though Fantasy was Serious Business. Then I saw a couple of really funny fantasy movies, and that all changed.
One of them was 1987’s The Princess Bride, [...]
I can thank Star Wars for introducing me to the works of mythologist Joseph Campbell, whose book The Hero With a Thousand Faces has been cited by George Lucas as a major influence in the development of the Star Wars films. Hero awoke a passion for mythology in me that has never faded, and made [...]Read More
Greg Weisman with Marvel announced a new Star Wars comic book at New York Comic Con: Kanan: The Last Padawan, a tie-in/prequel to the Disney series Star Wars Rebels. Now, Weisman shares more about what you can expect in a short interview at Marvel.com.
Marvel.com: How will STAR WARS – KANAN: THE LAST PADAWAN’s look into [...]
Unless this is a really, really weird joke or a clever bit of Star Wars disinformation (which I doubt, but it’s fun to think about) then it looks like Warwick Davis will be be coming back to do Episode VII!
So are you excited, or what? J.J. Abrams is really pulling out all the stops! Meesa [...]Read More
it’s really hard to convey just how busy a popular writer or celebrity can get at a Comc Con signing event. You’ve just got to see it.
Unfortunately, it’s hard to get a photo or video on the con floor that does an event like this justice. You would think it an easy task: Stand back [...]
My buddy Rick Klaw dropped a line to let me know that Humble Bundle and Dark Horse Comics have teamed up to launch the Humble Star Wars Comics Bundle today.
Fans can pay what they want for up to $190 worth of digital comics, all while supporting a great cause.
Customers can pay what they want for: