Wow: Legacy #15, with the big Darth Krayt reveal is actually coming out on the expected date – that is, this Wednesday. Also shipping: Rebellion #9 and The Phantom Menace photo comic trade.
Dark Horse releases Knights of the Old Republic #18 and Buffy the Vampire Slayer #5 into comic stores this Wednesday.
Expect to see Dark Times #4 and the Endgame 30th Anniversary collection on comic stores shelves Wednesday.
Wednesday brings Legacy #14 and Rebellion #8 to the comic shops.
And take a look ahead at Dark Horse for October: Legacy #17, Dark Time #6, KOTOR #22, Crimson Empire hardcover and a ANH Photo Comic. (Okay: In what universe are photo comics a good idea?)
No brand spanking new releases this week (sorry comic fans,) but Path of Destruction is now available in paperback. And word on the street is that there’s a Death Star excerpt in the back.
Wednesday is a big day for comics – your local shop should be getting Legacy #13, Rebellion #7 (according to the DH website, this is early,) Volume 8 of Clone Wars Adventures and the third Rogue Squadron omnibus.
Speaking of Dark Horse, check out their CIV press release.
Caught up in post-CIV madness, but for now, be aware that the latest Legacy of the Force book, Sacrifice, was officially released yesterday.
Today brings to your comic store Knights of the Old Republic #17, the Jango Fett/Zam Wesell anniversary collection, and the new Panel to Panel, which focuses on Dark Horse’s contributions to the EU. And those of us trucking to Los Angeles may have missed last week’s comic releases, Legacy #12 and Dark Times #3.
Lots of reprints! On Tuesday, look for the paperback of Aaron Allston’s Betrayal, the first book of the Legacy of the Force series, and Star Wars: The Prequel Trilogy, a trade paperback reprinting all three prequel novelizations.
Wednesday brings the 30th Anniversary Darth Maul collection and the first trade collection of Legacy, Broken. Those yearning for new tales can turn to Knights of the Old Republic #16 and Buffy #3.
Today brings The Making of Star Wars. And while you’re at the bookstore, you might want to pick up a few magazines…
Far as books and comics go, a whole lot of nothing. But there are reports that the latest Star Wars Insider – the first issue from the new publisher – is showing up in subscriber mailboxes.
Next week, however, sees the release of The Making of Star Wars…