Knights of the Old Republic writer John Jackson Miller’s ‘Labor Pains’ is up on StarWars.com with illustrations by Pablo Hidalgo.
According to Knights of the Old Republic writer John Jackson Miller on the TFN boards, StarWars.com’s Hyperspace will soon be bringing us original Star Wars short stories. (They’ve been reprinting previously-published short stories from magazines and anthologies for quite a while now, as well as original webstrips.) Miller’s “Labor Pains” will be among the first offerings.
Over at StarWars.com, Pablo interviews John Jackson Miller about the Vector storyline and Knights of the Republic in general.
Meanwhile, over at DarkHorse.com, Assistant Editor Dave Marshall really loves Vector. Or at least exclamation points.
Comic Book Resources talks to John Jackson Miller about Vector, Knights of the Old Republic and even Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. (He penned the comic adaption.)
It was a busy week on the VIP blogs… First, a slightly defensive Drew Karpyshyn Rule of Two update (seriously fanboys, lay off the guy already,) then John Jackson Miller pondered keeping things unexplained, and we were favored with an Abel G. Peña double-punch on Darth names and, of all things, The Crystal Star.
Nonfiction: J.W. Rinzler talks about wrapping up work on next year’s Making of Star Wars. He mentions two books I don’t think we’ve heard much about, a scrapbook and a pop-up book.
Fiction: Sue Rostoni posts a short timeline of Tempest. And in comics, John Jackson Miller has announced that Dark Horse is going to revive the in-continuity news source starting with in Knights of the Old Republic #13. No word on if this will spread to the other comics.
ETA: Apparently letter columns are returning to the comics as well, though it’s not known in what issues yet. (Thanks, Broox!)