Tags: darth maul
As such a visually iconic character, Darth Maul has received his fair share of comic covers. From comic versions of The Phantom Menace to dedicated mini-series, Maul has had his time in the spotlight. To commemorate the end of Dark Horse Comic’s mini-series Darth Maul – Son of Dathomir, the Roqoo Depot Galleria presents The Darth Maul Cover Gallery. While we won’t be seeing any more Darth Maul comics by Dark Horse, let us remember all those that have come before. Continue Reading The Darth Maul Cover Gallery…
Tags: darth maul, son of dathomir
Dark Horse Comics has one new Star Wars release today. Darth Maul – Son of Dathomir #4 brings an end to the mini-series based on scripts of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Click here to read our full review, but fair warning, we delve into full spoilers on this one.
Darth Maul – Son of Dathomir #4 (of 4)
Count Dooku is possessed by the spirit of Mother Talzin! Darth Maul’s Shadow Collective is shattered! The Separatists attack! And Darth Sidious himself enters the fight!
Writer: Jeremy Barlow
Penciller: Juan Frigeri
Inker: Mauro Vargas
Colorist: Wes Dzioba
Cover Artist: Chris Scalf
Format: FC, 40 pages; Miniseries
Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.
To commemorate the end of Dark Horse Comics’ Star Wars series, we’ve laid out the full cover art for each issue. From #1 to #20 without any text in the way. Just gorgeous artwork by Alex Ross, Rodolfo Migliari, David Michael Beck, Hugh Fleming, Sean Cooke and Victor Manuel Leza. Thus the Roqoo Depot Galleria presents: The Cover Art of Star Wars.
In The Shadow of Yavin
Star Wars #20 brings the series to an end as Leia chases down an old friend while being pursued by the infamous bounty hunter IG-88. With Han, Luke and Chewie to help her, they have just one shot at rescuing Seren and completing her mission for the Rebellion. Click here to read our full review.
Reviewed By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.
Tags: legacy, the star wars, wanted ania solo
Dark Horse Comics has three new Star Wars releases today including the deluxe, oversized hardcover version of The Star Wars, the third trade paperback volume of the Legacy series, and the final issue of Star Wars.
The Star Wars Deluxe HC
Before Star Wars, there was The Star Wars! This is the official adaptation of George Lucas’s rough-draft screenplay for what would become Star Wars—the film that changed motion pictures and the world. You’ll see familiar characters and places—but not all is the same in this long-ago and faraway galaxy. Still, strap yourself in for high adventure and lazersword duels, Jedi Knights, Princess Leia, Han Solo, and a battle to defeat the evil Empire!
* The deluxe oversized boxed-set edition contains the entire saga (The Star Wars #1-8 and The Star Wars #0)—plus extras—in three deluxe, foil-stamped, hardcover volumes.
Writer: J.W. Rinzler
Artist: Mike Mayhew
Colorist: Rain Beredo
Cover Artist: Nick Runge
Wanted: Ania Solo TPB
Ania Solo is charged with the murder of an Imperial Knight! Now she’s a wanted criminal, and even her pals Sauk and Imperial Knight Jao Assam are wary. Before Ania can explain, their ship is compromised, the friends are separated, and Ania is captured by one bounty hunter, while another is in pursuit! Collects Star Wars: Legacy #11–#15.
Writers: Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman
Artist: Gabriel Hardman
Colorist: Jordan Boyd
Cover Artist: Agustin Alessio
Format: FC, 120 pages; TP, 7’’ x 10’’
Star Wars #20 (of 20)
Leia risks it all for a friend she hasn’t seen since childhood! Han, Luke, and Chewie risk it all for Leia!
Brian Wood and Carlos D’Anda say farewell to that galaxy far, far away before they send our heroes to an unknown fate!
Writer: Brian Wood
Artist: Carlos D’Anda
Colorist: Gabe Eltaeb
Cover Artist: Hugh Fleming
Format: FC, 32 pages; Ongoing
Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.
Tags: a new dawn, books of the raksura, dave filoni, john jackson miller, martha wells, simon kinberg, spark of rebellion, the star wars, timothy zahn
Here is this week’s Around the Web news roundup of Star Wars and beyond.
- John Jackson Miller did an interview with Bleeding Cool on his upcoming novel A New Dawn.
- Martha Wells has started a new novel in the Books of the Raksura series.
- Kevin J. Anderson‘s novel Death Warmed Over is currently available for free on Amazon as a digital download in promotion of the release of the next novel in the series, Slimy Underbelly, which will be out later this month.
- The Star Wars has hit the New York Best Sellers list. It’s currently #1 for Paperback Graphic Books and #3 for Hardcover Graphic Books. We send our congratulations to Dark Horse Comics for pulling off a risky gamble.
Tags: rebel heist
Dark Horse Comics has one new Star Wars release today with three different covers bringing an exciting end to the Rebel Heist mini-series. Click here to check out our full review.
Rebel Heist #4 (of 4)
The Rebellion’s plan is coming together. All Luke Skywalker has to do is elude an Imperial spy—and perform some unanticipated rescues! But this farm boy is on the edge of greatness, and he is not about to stop saving the galaxy now!
Writer: Matt Kindt
Penciller: Marco Castiello
Inker: Dan Parsons
Colorist: Gabe Eltaeb
Cover Artist: Adam Hughes (normal and sketch cover), Matt Kindt (variant cover)
Format: FC, 32 pages; Miniseries
Price: $3.50 Continue Reading New Release and Review: ‘Rebel Heist 4′…
You can check out our review of Legacy #17 over on Jedi News!
Reviewed By: Skuldren for Jedi News.
Tags: legacy, the star wars
Dark Horse Comics has four new releases today.
Legacy #17 (of 18)
On a mission by order of the Empress, Ania Solo and a contingent of stormtroopers search for Jao Assam and Darth Wredd. Arriving once again on the rogue planet where her adventures began, Ania encounters something no one expected—an army of Sith! Continue Reading News Releases: ‘Legacy #17′, ‘The Star Wars HC’, and ‘The Star Wars TPB’…
As a fan of the Dark Horse Comics omnibuses, I was a little surprised to see the price point on the newly announced Marvel Star Wars omnibus. A $125 is a big chunk of change when compared to the $25 price tags on Dark Horse’s omnibuses. Checking around on Amazon, it seems this is a normal MSRP for Marvel’s omnibus collections, though they typically get a discount that puts them at $85 to $90. That’s still pretty high in comparison to Dark Horse. So where does the extra cost come in?