StarWars.com has the Dark Horse solicitations for September 2009, including Legacy #40, The Clone Wars #9, Knights of the Old Republic #45, Invasion #3 and two trade collections: Knights of the Old Republic volume 7 and The Clone Wars: Slaves of the Republic.
When word reaches Moff Nyna Calixte that Imperial convoys are being attacked by Black Sun Pirates, she sends her daughter, “Gunner” Yage, and Gunner’s squadron of crack fighter pilots to intervene. But what neither of them knows is that the pirates themselves are under attack by other pirates — Cade Skywalker and the crew of the Mynock.
Despite his victory over Emperor Darth Krayt, Cade is still the galaxy’s most-wanted criminal, and Gunner’s squad is itching for another shot at him! Longtime readers: You can see what’s coming, right?
That’s Legacy #37, which kicks off the ‘Tatooine’ storyline. Also solicited are Knights of the Old Republic #42, (featuring The Rocketeer?) Dark Times #15 and new Omnibus, Menace Revealed, featuring a hodgepodge of stuff set between The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones.
Meanwhile, we have another sighting: Literary agent Colleen Lindsay, with nothing but praise.
Solicitations: StarWars.com has the May 2009 comics, including Star Wars Adventures: Princess Leia and the Royal Ransom, Legacy #6, Knights of the Old Republic #41, Dark Times #14 and The Clone Wars #6.
In addition to the big Blood Oath reveal, last night brought us Dark Horse’s April solicitations. Included are the return of Dark Times; Knights of the Old Republic #40; Legacy #35 and The Clone Wars #5 (Slave girl outfits for everyone!) And lastly, the second Vector collection, including its run in Rebellion and Legacy. Don’t plan to skip this one if you’re following Legacy in trades!
Dark Horse’s February/April solicitations, includes our first look at Star Wars: Adventures Volume 1: Han Solo and the Hollow Moon of Khorya (the April part of the equation,) as well as Legacy #33, Knights of the Old Republic #38, The Clone Wars #4 and an Emissaries and Assassins omnibus.
Bonnie interviews Jonathan Bresman, Senior Editor of MAD Kids, about their upcoming Clone Wars cover. Alas, doesn’t address my burning question of how a kid’s version of Mad magazine is not epically redundant.
Radio:Sean Williams will be on ABC Radio National’s The Book Show next Tuesday. That’s Australian ABC, but a podcast version will be posted for the rest of the world.
StarWars.com has Dark Horse’s solicitations for December 2009, including the Vector finale (aka Legacy #31,) The Clone Wars #3, Knights of the Old Republic #36, the fifth Legacy collection and a couple of Indiana Jones titles.
Coming to stores a bit sooner (September 16th) is Star Wars Insider #104 with a heavy focus on (of course) The Clone Wars and The Force Unleashed. Other content? A look back at Star Tours, the Holiday Special and an interview with Dennis Muren.
Rebelscum has Dark Horse’s August solicitations, including Legacy #27, Knights of the Old Republic #32, Rebellion #16 aka Vector part 8, plus a new ‘Early Victories’ omnibus containing old-school 90’s minis such as Vader’s Quest and the Splinter of the Mind’s Eye adaption.
The biggest surprise is perhaps the first new Clone Wars quarterly, Shipyards of Doom, scripted by the show’s head writer Henry Gilroy.