If Princess Leia, Chewbacca, Darth Vader, C-3PO, and Poe Dameron can get their own stand alone series at Marvel, what’s stopping Han Solo from getting a solo series? At this point, nothing as Marvel announces Han Solo #1.
Marvel has announced that Poe Dameron will get his own series beginning in April, written by Charles Soule with art by Phil Noto.
It isn’t a joke, Star Wars: The Force Awakens arrives on Digital HD formats beginning April 1st, and on Blu-ray on April 5th.
Chinbeard, aka Bill Doran, has a new video that walks you through the process he went through to make his latest prop weapon – Rey’s blaster from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. While he won’t be selling this replica, he does offer up plans so you can make your own.
What is better than reading a comic? Coloring it! Marvel has announced a new wave of coloring books that are scheduled to arrive this fall, that feature some of your favorite Marvel characters.
It’s the question that has been asked again, and again, and again since the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens – How did C-3PO get his red arm? The answer, dear reader, will be found in the pages of Star Wars Special: C-3PO #1. Marvel sent us an early, unlettered, sneak peek of the issue, that you can see, after the jump.
The minor key has long been known for its somber and sometime ominous undertones. It’s what makes songs like The Imperial March so menacing. But what if the song used a major key? Ian Gordon explores the changes in this week’s Friday Sing-Along.
So you’ve seen Star Wars: The Force Awakens a million times since its release, and you are dying to cosplay as Finn. A new jacket has hit the market that will have your best friend telling you, “the jacket looks good on you.”
Way back in the dark ages of 2015, we were teased with a Marvel comic that promised to tell us how C-3PO got his red arm in Star Wars; The Force Awakens. Maybe because it was of spoiler reasons, or maybe it was a delay from one of the creators, or maybe it was simply because there were too many Star Wars comics on the market, but we never got that issue. Now Marvel tells us Star Wars Special: C-3PO will finally arrive in March!
It’s a snow day at the Major Spoilers HQ, which means the four year old and the eight year old are both busy playing different Marvel LEGO games throughout the house. There’s something about the LEGO games that everyone in the house enjoys, and with the announcement that LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens is on the way from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, there’s going to be another game for everyone to play, explore, and have fun with.
There are still those who cling to film as a recording medium, and despise the notion of shooting anything on a digital format. Colin Trevorrow loves film and wants to use it to shoot Star Wars Episode IX.
Star Wars comics from Marvel have been burning up the charts for a couple of reasons 1) that new movie, and 2) IT’S FREAKIN’ STAR WARS! Star Wars #16 arrives in a few weeks from Marvel, and we have an early look at the issue, right now.