One Blu-ray and two comics this week! The fourth and final season of Star Wars Rebels will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on Tuesday, July 31.
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 book, two new comics and a reprint this week. The book-only version of Dan Wallace’s The Rebel Files is out on Tuesday, July 3 (at least per Amazon – we’ll see). We’ve also got several comics coming on Wednesday, July 4, including Star Wars #50 (with a Terry Dodson variant), The Last Jedi #4 and Star Wars volume 3 in hardcover, collecting #26-30, #33-37 and Annual #2-3.
With Solo officially out on Friday, we’ve got a whole pile of movie tie-ins coming out this week.
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.
Even coming months after the film, Jason Fry’s The Last Jedi novelization debuts on The New York Times bestseller list at #2.
A few new behind the scenes clips have emerged since we last checked in. The first, on Kylo’s choice to not kill Leia, features a new priceless quote from Carrie Fisher. The second is on the crystal foxes (err, vulptices), finally giving us a long-awaited look at the actual dog-wearing-straw-costume used to help develop them. And from yesterday, how a Ralph McQuarrie painting from Empire inspired the final showdown and a bit on the red of Crait.
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.)
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.