New Excerpt From Michael A. Stackpole’s Perfectly Invisible

September 30, 2011 at 4:30 pm | Posted in Books | Leave a comment
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Update: Chapter 3 is now available online for free.

UPDATE: Chapter 2 is now available.

Michael A. Stackpole’s upcoming novel Homeland Security Services: Perfectly Invisible is set in a brand new universe, and now you can get your first taste. Mike has posted Chapter 1 on his website Stormwolf. The novel is set in a fictional universe where the first attack on the World Trade Center was successful. In response the United States passed restrictive laws that forever changed the landscape and sets the story for Perfectly Invisible.

The novel is set to be released on October 1, 2011, so readers won’t have long to wait.

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New Crimson Empire III: Empire Lost Artwork

September 30, 2011 at 2:36 pm | Posted in Art, Comic Books, Dark Horse, Star Wars News | Leave a comment
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Dark Horse has revealed some new artwork from the upcoming Crimson Empire III: Empire Lost. Two full color pages of gorgeous looking art…and droids have never looked so sexy. Click here to check them out.

Artist: Paul Gulacy, Colorist: Michael Bartolo

Combined with the previous 8 page preview we’ve seen, the coloring in Crimson Empire III is simply stunning, and the pencilling and inking is top notch. Remember, this is interior art, not cover art. This level of detail isn’t typical in most Star Wars comics. Crimson Empire III: Empire Lost #1 hits comic stands October 26th.

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SWTOR.com Adds Interactive Galaxy Map

September 30, 2011 at 12:04 pm | Posted in Star Wars News, Star Wars: The Old Republic | Leave a comment
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SWTOR.com has unleashed a new feature that lets fans explore the worlds that will be featured in Star Wars: The Old Republic. The Galaxy Map includes five major sectors of the galaxy (Coreward Worlds, Distant Outer Rim, Hutt Space, Seat of the Empire, and Unknown Regions) with planet profiles and interactive starships. Notable worlds include: Hutta, Nar Shaddaa, Quesh, Voss, Belsavis, Hoth, Tatooine, Dromund Kaas, Korriban, Taris, Illum, Alderaan, Corellia, and Coruscant. Continue Reading SWTOR.com Adds Interactive Galaxy Map…

Release Date Delayed for Star Wars: Darth Plagueis

September 30, 2011 at 11:19 am | Posted in Books, Star Wars News | 1 Comment
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Star Wars Books has announced that the release date for James Luceno’s upcoming Star Wars novel Darth Plagueis will be delayed two weeks. Originally slated for a December release, it will not come out on January 10, 2012. You can see the official announcement here.

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Yahoo! TV interview with The Clone Wars‘s Matt Lanter

September 30, 2011 at 9:57 am | Posted in Interview, Star Wars News, The Clone Wars | Leave a comment
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Eric Shirey at Yahoo! TV took a moment to speak with The Clone Wars star Matt Lanter and season four of the television show. The interview focuses mostly on Lanter’s work as the voice actor for Anakin Skywalker with a few brief descriptions of what to expect in season four. It’s a nice little read, so if you’re a TCW fan, be sure to check it out. Click here to read the full interview.

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Mark Hamill Interview with The A.V. Club

September 30, 2011 at 9:37 am | Posted in Comic Books, Dark Horse, Entertainment, Interview | Leave a comment
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Avclub.com conducted a very nice interview with Star Wars actor Mark Hamill which they posted yesterday. The interview was done at San Diego Comic Con 2011 with Todd VanDerWerff. They cover a range of topics including the film he directed Comic Book: The Movie and the difficulties he had in shooting footage while surrounded by fans. They also cover Mark’s upcoming movie Sushi Girl which will be out next year. In Mark’s own words he gets to play a “such a lowlife scumbag, and so perverse.” The role gave him a lot of freedom from who he is in reality, and it sounded like he enjoyed it a lot. Plus relates his experience with Sam Fuller in The Big Red One, a classic war film.

Aside from the movies, Mark talked about working with Jack Elam and Gary Busey in the television show The Texas Wheelers. There’s also a Dark Horse comic book he co-wrote with Eric Johnson that follows a masked vigilante and illustrates why Batman wouldn’t work in the real world, “it’s much more Fargo than it is Batman And Robin.” The comic book, The Black Pearl, actually started out as a screenplay (that Mark and Eric wrote), and now that screenplay might become a movie.

And of course they cover The Joker and Star Wars. You can read the full interview here.

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Paul S. Kemp Interview, Excerpt, and More

September 30, 2011 at 8:53 am | Posted in Books, Star Wars News | Leave a comment
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This week Omnivoracious.com‘s Susan J. Morris posted a very nice interview with author Paul S. Kemp. The interview focused on anti-heroes and Kemp’s use of them in his novels. Questions and comments ranged from his Forgotten Realms work with Erevis Cale to his more recent Star Wars novel Deceived and Darth Malgus. Lots of great aspects covered including writing villains and lots of info on writing the anti-hero. You can read the article here.

In other news, Paul recently posted an excerpt from his upcoming Forgotten Realms book Godborn, the latest edition to his Erevis Cale novels. Godborn won’t be out until November next year so if you haven’t read any of the Erevis Cale novels there is still plenty of time to catch up. You can read the excerpt here.

Wrapping things up, Paul also chimed in with another great dose of humor on his website. No drunk Tweeting, but he does wax poetic about Amazon’s founder Jeff Bezos, publishing, the Kindle Fire, and some humorous references to Lord of the Rings. Read it here and don’t miss out on the fun.

And don’t forget, Kemp’s Star Wars book Riptide comes out October 25 in both paperback and digital formats.

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