This week we’re seeing one new comic and several reprints/rereleases. First up, on Tuesday, August 7, is Beth Revis’ Rebel Rising in paperback. Then, Wednesday, August 8 brings Darth Vader #19, plus a second printing of Star Wars #50 and Star Wars Volume 8, Mutiny at Mon Cala, collecting #44-49 of the series.
We’ve got three new comics and an old (very old) trade collection coming on Wednesday, July 18. They’re Star Wars #51, Darth Vader Annual #2, Poe Dameron #29 and the Legends collection The Original Marvel Years Volume 3.
Fans attending San Diego Comic Con later this week have a shot at getting two exclusive editions of Timothy Zahn’s Thrawn: Alliances a few days early. The standard edition will be out on July 24. (We’re also expecting book news out of the con on Friday.)
There’s one book, two new comics, two reprint collections and an Insider out this week. Tuesday, July 10 means that William Shakespeare’s Jedi the Last by Ian Doescher will be on the shelves.
We’ve got one comic and one collection coming out on Wednesday, June 20, plus two comics from last week. (Since I missed last week’s release post… Hey, JadeCon.) This week brings Poe Dameron #28 and Star Wars Adventures Volume 3. Already in stores are Thrawn #5 and Darth Vader #17
Four brand new comics are out this Wednesday, May 9. First off, The Last Jedi #1 begins Marvel’s adaptation of the film, written by Rogue One’s Gary Whitta with art by Michael Walsh. We’re also getting Thrawn #4, Darth Vader #16 and Star Wars Adventures #10.
One paperback reprint, two comics and a trade collection this week.
For Tuesday, April 24, it’s Delilah S. Dawson’s Phasma in paperback. It’s not the lightest read, but it gives us plenty of insight into the title character and even the pre-The Force Awakens state the First Order.
Next week, though, brings the year’s first all-new novel: Daniel José Older’s Last Shot, which will tie into Solo. It’s the first of the Solo books, with the rest due out on the film’s release date of May 25. Check out our release schedule for the lineup.
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.
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.
Coming to the comic shops on Wednesday, February 14 are three new comics and one collection. The debut this week is Thrawn #1, the first issue of an adaptation of Timothy Zahn’s 2017 novel by Jody Houser and Luke Ross. It’s joined by Darth Vader #11, Poe Dameron #24, and Star Wars Adventures Vol. 2.