Two New Books Announced At NY Comic Con

October 12, 2012 at 11:41 am | Posted in Conventions, Star Wars Books, Star Wars News | 3 Comments
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The New York Comic Con got underway today, and two new books were added to an already exciting lineup of upcoming Star Wars books.

The first one is a Classic-Era novel starring Han Solo by James S. A. Correy, as part of the same newly announced “Rebel” series that already has a book scheduled to feature on Luke Skywalker and another book on Princess Leia.

The second book announced is tentatively titled “KENOBI” and features everyone’s favorite Jedi Master after Episode 3, and will be by John Jackson Miller. Cue Synlah fainting.

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UPDATE:

Christie Golden’s Sword of the Jedi trilogy will feature Jagged Fel, Tahiri, Ben Skywalker, and Allana.

Paul S. Kemp’s still untitled duology “will f’ing blow your minds!”

Posted By: Zinnos for Roqoo Depot

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  1. JJM is now my new best friend :)

  2. James S A Correy is actually the pen name for two authors who write together. They have a brilliant sci fi series called The Expanse which currently has two books in it; Leviathan Wakes and Caliban’s War. If you like Star Wars, Mass Effect, Firefly, Cowboy Bebop then it’s worth checking out.

    http://www.danielabraham.com/books-2/the-expanse/

  3. […] James S.A Corey va scrie un roman Star Wars; James S.A Corey este un pseudonim al colaborarii dintre Daniel Abraham si Ty […]


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