Marvel Star Wars Solicitations for February 2016

November 19, 2015 at 5:33 pm | Posted in Comic Books, Marvel, Star Wars | Leave a comment
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Marvel has released their comic solicitations for February 2016. Here’s the Star Wars rundown.

Obi-Wan and Anakin #2 (of 5)

Writer: Charles Soule
Artist/Cover Artist: Marco Checchetto

Master and Padawan find themselves stranded on an unfamiliar world…a world of strange, primitive technology and dangerous natives. But even if they can save themselves…why were they called to this world?

Details: 32 pages, Rated T, $3.99
Release Date: February 3, 2016

Darth Vader #17

Writer: Kieron Gillen
Artist: Salvador Larroca
Cover Artist: Kaare Andrews

Would you follow Darth Vader into war? Better that than to be against him. A lesson the Ore Barons are about to learn…

Details: 32 pages, Rated T, $3.99
Release Date: February 10, 2016

Star Wars #16

Writer: Jason Aaron
Artist: Leinil Yu
Cover Artist: Terry Dodson
Variant Covers: Terry Dodson (sketch cover), Stuart Immonen (variant), John Tyler Christopher (action figure variant)

“REBEL JAIL” STARTS NOW! The Rebels travel to a prison base having taken an important captive in VADER DOWN. Unfortunately, they aren’t the only ones with their eyes on the prisoners. • The adventures of Luke Skywalker and the Rebel Alliance continue!

Details: 32 pages, Rated T, $3.99
Release Date: February 17, 2016

 

Kanan #11

Writer: Greg Weisman
Artist: Pepe Larraz
Cover Artist: Mark Brooks

The conclusion of Caleb Dume’s first foray into the Clone Wars! The inevitable conflict with General Grievous! Star Wars adventure from the Republic to the Rebellion!

Details: 32 pages, Rated T, $3.99
Release Date: February 24, 2016

Star Wars: Droids & Ewoks Omnibus HC

Writers: David Manak and George Caragonne
Pencillers: Warren Kremer, John Romita Sr., Mary Wilshire and Ernie Colon
Cover Artist: Ernie Colon and Warren Kremer

The most lovable stars of a galaxy far, far away, in a complete collection of their adorable all-ages adventures! Join Wicket and his Ewok friends Teebo and Princess Kneesaa in their forest home of Endor for colorful capers filled with rainbow bridges and rites of power! And in stories set years before they find a home with the REBELS, follow C-3P0 and R2-D2 in their search for a master! The quest will stretch across space and beyond, as a crazy chronal crossover sees them meet the Ewoks again for the very first time! Plus: Get a fresh perspective on the epic events of the film that started it all in a tale that could only be called “Star Wars According to the Droids.” As Threepio might say, “Oh my!” Collecting EWOKS #1-14, DROIDS #1-8 and EWOKS UK ANNUAL 1989.

Details: 536 pages, All Ages, $100.00
Release Date: June 1, 2016

Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.
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Podcasts in Review

November 19, 2015 at 12:00 am | Posted in Podcasts, Podcasts in Review, Regular Feature, Reviews, Star Wars, Star Wars Rebels, Television | Leave a comment
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Here is this week’s Podcasts in Review.

Bombad Radio: Episode 215 features a great interview with Star Wars author Daniel Wallace. They talk to Dan about his work on the Star Wars essential guides, trivial pursuit, and his early days on the internet as well as his thoughts on why Superman is more relatable than Batman, and why the Spider Man rogues gallery is better than Batman’s. It’s a fun interview covering a lot of topics and offering some cool insight. If you’re a fan of Dan’s work, be sure to check this one out.

Brews and Blasters: Episode #43 is all over the place as usual, but a whole lot of fun as well. They bring up the interesting fact that “always two there are” is hardly ever right. They talk about Dooku being the cultured Sith, where we might have seen the Grand Inquisitor before, Hondo and the Star Wars Rebels episode “Brothers of the Broken Horn”, where are Wolf and Gregor?, is Jar Jar a Sith?, and they even touch on Battlefront: Twilight Company (don’t worry, no spoilers) and Captain Phasma toys. There’s a little bit of everything and a few laughs in between.

Comic Book Noob: Green Arrow episode covers the origins of the character and his left wing liberal nature, his parallels to Batman, the relation between the show and the comic, the character’s sense of humor, the characters of Felicity and Diggle, the team up between Green Lantern and Green Arrow, the lazarus pit, Constantine, and reading recommendations. If you’re looking to learn more about the Green Arrow and his comic book background, this is a great episode to check out. Continue Reading Podcasts in Review…

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