Not that it wasn’t in color before… but now you can check out both the front and the back cover of Michael Reaves and Steve Perry’s upcoming Death Star novel.
The covers for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows have been released today, and damn if that first one isn’t hideous. Luckily that’s only the British children’s edition, and the rest are quite bearable. Also released was the British jacket copy.
The cover was revealed by Editor Arthur A. Levine on the Today show.
Guess what’s confirmed? Jedi vs. Sith – The Essential Guide to the Force, written by Ryder Windham (Star Wars: The Ultimate Visual Guide,) illustrated by Tommy Lee Edwards (The New Essential Chronology) and Chris Trevas (The New Essential Guide to Alien Species) and expected for November release.
Not much you haven’t seen before. The second one seems to have some new folks on them. Folks I haven’t seen, anyway. Hey Yav, is Siri dead yet?
The Japanese cover of The Joiner King makes me think dirty things about one of Solo brats. I don’t think I can forgive that, Japan. (And can we please drop Luke’s Gordon Gecko hair already?)
The official site profiles Jason Felix, the cover artist for the Legacy of the Force series.
Tonight we get our first official look at Star Wars Insider #89, and the cover for A Practical Man, Karen Traviss’ Boba Fett e-novella. The Insider is on it’s way out to subscribers now, and word is that this very site gets a mention. Hmm…
Also featured this week:
– Hyperspace: Old-School Star Wars. Remember mimeographs?
– Featured Blog: Mando’ade and Their Toys
– Star Wars exhibit opens in Korea
– Hyperspace: The latest issue of Bantha Tracks.
The first cover, that is, of Joss Whedon’s post-cancellation series, being called ‘Season 8’ by the fans. Word is the issue will debut at the San Deigo Comic Con this weekend.