Two comics and a Dark Horse era collection are headed for the comic shops on Wednesday, March 21. Pick up Star Wars #45, Poe Dameron #25, or for the prequel-era Legends fans, there’s a new Epic Collection, The Clone Wars: Volume 2.
Even coming months after the film, Jason Fry’s The Last Jedi novelization debuts on The New York Times bestseller list at #2.
The big-ticket item this week is the digital home release of The Last Jedi, which drops on Tuesday, March 13. It features 14 deleted scenes, various documentaries and an audio commentary from director Rian Johnson. If you want the Blu-ray, you’re stuck waiting until March 27.
Today’s Star Wars Show features a new deleted scene from The Last Jedi, details on a live Facebook chat with Daisy Ridley, an interview with writer Cavan Scott and a look at a special screening of the Rebels finale.
This week brings two The Last Jedi adaptations, two comics and the latest Insider. After a delay of several months, Jason Fry’s The Last Jedi novelization is finally dropping on Tuesday, March 6. (There’s also a junior novel version by Michael Kogge.)
Excited for Last Shot, the Solo tie-in by Daniel José Older? The official site has the novel’s first excerpt – featuring Han and baby Ben – and an interview with Older.
Last Shot will be out on April 17.
We’re just over a week away from the release of Jason Fry’s The Last Jedi novelization on Tuesday, March 6. Copies have been spotted out in the wild, and “spoilers” (such as they are) are running rampant, so beware the kneejerk reactions.
There will be just one thing waiting for Star Wars fans in the comic shop this Wednesday, February 21: Doctor Aphra #17.
Meanwhile, we draw ever closer to March 6 and our next novel release, Jason Fry’s The Last Jedi novelization. Our book release schedule is finally filling out for spring thanks to Friday’s Solo book announcement.
Well, that escalated quickly.
The Solo book lineup is here, and it’s extensive. All the usual suspects are here: Novels from Del Rey and Disney Lucasfilm Press, comics from Marvel and IDW, the standard non-fiction… And a whole lot of kids stuff, because Star Wars. It’s all over at Entertainment Weekly, but here are my highlights.