A number of notable fiction announcements came out of today’s Lucasfilm Publishing panel at New York Comic-Con: An author you’ll probably recognize has nabbed the next novelization, Timothy Zahn is writing a new trilogy that will feature Thrawn, and Marvel is indeed relaunching their main Star Wars title to pick up after ESB.Continue reading “Who’s writing The Rise of Skywalker novelization, Zahn has a new Thrawn trilogy and more Star Wars book and comic news out of NYCC”
I have to admit I’ve found this year’s Force Friday offerings a little lackluster. Now granted, as longtime readers know, I’m no collector – but I do love me some unusual products, and we haven’t really seen any for The Rise of Skywalker – until today. And that is, the Star Wars x Le Creuset Collection.Continue reading “Le Creuset has a Star Wars cookware line and it is adorable”
At StarWars.com, Justina Ireland talks about Spark of the Resistance, her YA novel that’s helping to launch the Journey to the Rise of Skywalker on Force Friday, and we get a look inside at some new Phil Noto art.
Spark of the Resistance is out in hardcover and eBook tomorrow, alongside a few other items.
When it was announced that Star Wars Resistance would end after only two seasons, fans were taken a bit bu surprise – but according to the higher ups, that was always the plan.
“We were using the movies as a guideline,” executive producer Brandon Auman explained. “We felt that Season 1 is like, you know, it all takes place on a planet then Season 2, it now takes place in space. And now it’s going to lead, boom, right into the last movie.”
Makes sense – it’s easy to forget that Resistance is only Lucasfilm Animation’s third show – and the first to deal primarily with movies that are still in production.Continue reading “Prep for the return of the Resistance cartoon”
StarWars.com has formally introduced Babu Frik , the alien we saw briefly during the Force Friday preview livestream. The “tiny Anzellan droidsmith” works “among the Spice Runners of Kijimi and can reprogram or modify virtually any droid — regardless of the security measures protecting its systems.”Continue reading “Rise of Skywalker: Babu Frick, BRANDS, and two questions from Chris Terrio”
The second (and final) season of Star Wars Resistance is debuting this coming Sunday with ‘Into the Unknown.’
After being launched into space by Kaz and crew, the Colossus encounters engineering problems, which are made worse by a mysterious stowaway.
See more stills and a clip – plus a catchup video – under the cutContinue reading “Star Wars Resistance returns with ‘Into the Unknown’”
I can’t believe I’m writing this post.
It is bathroom graffiti. Actual graffiti, not Imagineer-engineered and approved and applied graffiti. It is literal graffiti.
But let’s back up: A few days ago, someone on Reddit (our first sign) posted about something found written in a bathroom stall at Galaxy’s Edge….Continue reading “No, graffiti did not make Mara Jade canon”
StarWars.com has the first excerpt from November’s Resistance Reborn, the novel by Rebecca Roanhorse. The excerpt is set shortly after The Last Jedi and features Leia talking to Rey about Ben, as well as brief appearance from Poe Read it on StarWars.com.
Resistance Reborn, part of the Journey to The Rise of Skywalker series, will be out in hardcover and eBook on November 5.
It’s the week of Force Friday, which means that in addition to the usual Tuesday (five books!) and Wednesday (three comics!) releases, we also have two novels coming later than usual.
Our headliners, out Friday, October 4, are our first Journey to The Rise of Skywalker titles: Justina Ireland’s Spark of the Resistance and Cavan Scott and Elsa Charretier’s Choose Your Destiny: A Finn & Poe Adventure, plus all the usual sticker books and the like. And toys. So many toys, not just for TROS, but The Mandalorian as well.
But first up on, Tuesday, October 1, is the hardcover script of Cavan Scott’s Dooku: Jedi Lost, the audio drama that originally came out back in April. Then there’s illustrated storybook The Skywalker Saga by Delilah S. Dawson and Brian Rood. And it’s also time to nab Christian Blauvelt’s Be More Leia and Be More Lando and the charming Creatures Big & Small from Caitlin Kennedy, Calliope Glass and Katie Cook.
And that’s pretty much out book allotment for the month of October, but expect more comics, particularly the rest of Return to Vader’s Castle. This also gives us plenty of time to finish up Spark, since Del Rey’s JTROS offering, Resistance Reborn by Rebecca Roanhorse, isn’t coming until November 5.
Empire’s Sunday feature was a new Kylo Ren photo from The Rise of Skywalker, and also the first we’ve heard from co-writer Chris Terrio.Continue reading “Rise of Skywalker: New Kylo photo, Chris Terrio (finally) speaks”