Tags: crosscurrent, deceived, paul s. kemp, riptide
Due to some technical difficulties, the live chat with Paul S. Kemp on Star Wars Books Facebook page didn’t go as smoothly as planned. However, Paul did answer a lot of questions and we have nice little transcript of the highlights, including a few questions I managed to sneak in (note there are some minor spoilers)… Continue Reading After Action Report: Facebook Live Chat With Paul S. Kemp…
Tags: deceived, paul s. kemp, star wars books
Just a reminder that today at 6:30 EST Deceived author Paul Kemp will be doing a live chat with readers on Facebook. All you need to do to join in is like the Star Wars Books Facebook page.
Tags: darth vader and the lost command, legacy war
Two new Star Wars comics are out today: Legacy – War #4 and Darth Vader and the Lost Command #3. Be sure to check out the Dark Horse links for free online previews of both comics.
The allies launch a series of maneuvers designed to lure Darth Krayt into a trap. Only who is trapping whom?
As Jedi and Imperial Knights fight shoulder to shoulder against the Sith in defense of the Hidden Temple, Cade Skywalker can’t help but think of his father and the horrible losses the Jedi suffered the last time the Sith attacked . . .
The tide of battle turns, and the future of the Jedi hangs in the balance! -Dark Horse website
Haunted by recurring visions of what his life with Padme might have been like if he had not succumbed to the dark side, and guided by the Ghost Nebula’s mysterious priestess, Vader and his troops become embroiled in a disastrous battle on a tar-pit world.
Worse, the hard-fought battle brings Vader no closer to locating Moff Tarkin’s missing son-but it does put him in the deadly sights of a traitor! -Dark Horse website
Posted By: Skuldren
Tags: aflame, john jackson miller, knight errant
It is always sad to see the end of a good series, luckily Aflame #5 is only the end of an arc. In this final issue of Aflame, the first thing that struck me was how much the art had improved from issue four. Not only was the art better, but the story continued into its final climax for an excellent conclusion…
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