Diamond Select Toys has released two new Marvel busts and one Star Wars bust to comic book shops this week.
If you don’t have enough Star Wars in your life, Dark Horse Comics is set to release an oversized deluxe hardcover of The Art of Star Wars; Visions, which gives readers a look at the making of the animated series.
Dark Horse Comics has announced that it will be publishing Star Wars comics beginning in Spring 2022.
Hot on the heels of the release of Star Wars: Visions on Disney+, Dark Horse Books is going behind the scenes of the creation of the animated series with the upcoming release of The Art of Star Wars: Visions.
If you can head out to your LCS, be on the lookout for new merch from Diamond Select Toys featuring The Child, The Iron Giant, and Wonder Woman.
Dark Horse and Lucasfilm are thrilled to reveal details from the upcoming The Art of Star Wars Rebels Limited Edition!
Another art book is on the way from Dark Horse Comics. The publisher has teamed with Lucasfilm Ltd., Respawn Entertainment, and Electronic Arts for The Art of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, that explores the video game.
Star Wars Rebels was a fantastic show that I don’t think audiences gave a lot…
Lina Graf and her crew have crash landed on the ominous lava-covered planet of Mustafar, and Imperial troops are hot on their trail. Hey, look! I bet they can take refuge in that cozy looking castle! What evil awaits in Star Wars Adventures: Tales from Vader’s Castle #3 from IDW Publishing.
Venom is in theaters and in our thoughts this week, as we take a look at Spider-Man: Birth of Venom. Plus, Kathleen Kennedy is in the news, and we review Heroes in Crisis #1, The Terrifics #8, Artifact One #1, and Blackbird #1. Plus, what the heck is an A-Team?
In December, Lucasfilm and Disney will launch a new wave of prose novels that will cover the entirety of all of the films.
Sad news (good news?) for Indiana Jones fans – the fifth movie in the series is behind schedule and will miss the July 10th, 2020 planned release date.
Last night, Lucasfilm released a new trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story, and for those wondering if Ron Howard could bring a solid film to the screen, the answer appears to be, “Yes.”
Interesting news out of Lucasfilm, as the production company has announced it has hired Jon Favreau as the writer and executive producer of a live-action television series based in the Star Wars universe.