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10 Highlights and Reveals from the Star Wars: The High Republic Panel at Comic-Con@Home

The next wave of books and comics in Star Wars: The High Republic is coming in January of 2022, and today during Lucasfilm’s Publishing Panel, broadcast virtually as part of Comic-Con@Home, we learned the enticing new titles.

In a half-hour conversation hosted by the Star Wars: The High Republic Show’s Krystina Arielle, authors Cavan Scott, Daniel José Older, Justina Ireland, Charles Soule, and Claudia Gray shared insights into the creative process crafting the intertwined stories so far and hints at tales yet to come. Read on for some of our favorite details and reveals.

1. When Cavan Scott wrote The Rising Storm, his wall looked something like a detective’s office.

“I started how I start all these kind of projects,” he said during the panel. “I have my maps on the

Bad Batch First Look: “Infested”

The Pykes are back, and that spells trouble for Cid and Clone Force 99. Check out preview images from the latest episode of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, “Infested,” now streaming on Disney+!

Omega steadies her energy bow with Cid by her side.

A Devaronian male.

The Pyke Syndicate arrives.

Cid leads the Bad Batch through a dark area.

The Marauder hovers above a chasm.

Omega stands with Hunter.

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The Skywalker Twins Explore the Galaxy in IDW’s Star Wars Adventures #7 – Exclusive Preview

Leia Organa is on a mission to help the Rebel Alliance find a new base and this time she’s flying solo. No Han. No Chewie. And no flyboy Luke Skywalker.

Or so she thought when she divided up the list of potential planets and sent the Jedi-in-training on his way.

In StarWars.com’s exclusive preview of IDW Publishing’s Star Wars Adventures #7, Leia arrives on Bogano only to find Luke already planet-side and communing with the Force.

Star Wars Adventures #7, with stories written by Sam Maggs and Landry Walker and illustrations by Liana Kangas and Nick Brokenshire, arrives July 28 and is available for pre-order online now and at your local comic shop.

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Hasbro Reveals New Carbonized Black Series Figures Inspired By The Mandalorian

Carbonized Collection fans have some fresh bounties to hunt.

Hasbro announced today new Carbonized Collection editions of Scout Trooper, Shoretrooper, and Paz Vizsla, all inspired by their appearance in The Mandalorian, for the vaunted 6-inch Star Wars: The Black Series line of action figures. In the Carbonized Collection, figures are treated with a sleek, metallic finish, while maintaining all the detail and articulation that are hallmarks of the Black Series. This marks the first complete Carbonized Collection wave dedicated to The Mandalorian since the deco’s debut in 2019; in addition, packaging for this range will also feature a Carbonized-style treatment, complementing the unique paint applications of the figures.

This special trio of figures arrives spring 2022 exclusively at Target. Get a first look below!

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Keeve Trennis Tangles with a Red-Bladed Menace in Marvel’s Star Wars: The High Republic #7 – Exclusive Preview

This isn’t right.

In Star Wars: The High Republic #7, Jedi Padawan Keeve Trennis finds herself alone and confused…but not for long. Old friends and a ghostly presence join her on her journey, leading up to a clash of sabers with a fearsome foe.

The High Republic #7 from writer Cavan Scott and artist Georges Jeanty, with a cover by Phil Noto, is available for pre-order now on Comixology and at your local comic shop on July 28.

Visit Lucasfilm’s official hub for all things Star Wars: The High Republic at StarWars.com/TheHighRepublic.

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Luke Skywalker Joins Starlight Squadron in Marvel’s Star Wars #15 – Exclusive Preview

The rebels desperately need a win.

Shara Bey has been captured. Captain Solo has been lost. And every hyperspace jump could be leading the freedom fighters right into yet another Imperial trap.

In Marvel’s Star Wars #15, Luke Skywalker joins his friends in Starlight Squadron to help increase their chances of victory on the battlefield. The story is part of Marvel’s epic crossover War of the Bounty Hunters, centered around Boba Fett’s journey — and battles — to bring Han Solo to Jabba the Hutt following the events of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. In StarWars.com’s exclusive preview of Star Wars #15, the Empire is waiting.

Star Wars #15, from writer Charles Soule and artist Ramon Rosanas with a cover by Carlo Pagulayan, is available for pre-order now on Comixology and at your local comic shop on July 28.

New Black Series and Vintage Collection Figures to Celebrate the Clone Wars 2D Micro-Series

At long last, a classic Star Wars cartoon is getting the action-figure treatment.

Hasbro revealed today several additions to its popular 6-inch Star Wars: The Black Series and 3.75-inch Star Wars: The Vintage Collection lines devoted solely to Genndy Tartakovsky’s Clone Wars 2D MicroSeries, a beloved show from the early 2000s that explored the time between Star Wars: Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. Known for its kinetic style, the Clone Wars 2D Micro-Series introduced major characters like General Grievous and would also inspire the long-running and critically-acclaimed Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series. When the series was added to Disney+ earlier this year, fans were overjoyed.

The characters making the jump to the Black Series include ARC Trooper, Mace Windu, and General Grievous, while Aayla Secura, Luminara Unduli, Barriss Offee, ARC Trooper Captain, ARC Trooper, and Battle Droid join

Star Wars Inside Intel: Religions of the Force

Star Wars Inside Intel is a StarWars.com feature where Lucasfilm Story Group member Emily Shkoukani, whose job is to know as much about a galaxy far, far away as possible, explores obscure facts about Star Wars lore and continuity. In this installment, Emily explores the various religions of the Force…

When Star Wars: A New Hope premiered in 1977, audiences likely anticipated the starships and fantasy settings. But “the Force” was an unforeseen concept. Old Ben Kenobi explained the Force best when he said, “It’s an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us; it binds the galaxy together.” What often goes unexplained, however, is that even after all these decades of storytelling, there are religions of the Force.

The various religions of the

Mando Brings the Holiday Cheer with This Year’s LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar – Exclusive Reveal

A new snow has fallen. Carolers sing outside your window. You cozy up by the fireplace, cup of hot cocoa in hand.

And there’s Grogu in a holiday sweater, enjoying the season while Tusken Raiders launch snowballs at stormtroopers.

In other words, it’s the perfect Christmastime scene.

We could only be talking, of course, about the LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar for 2021 — the latest installment in what has become a LEGO Star Wars Christmas tradition, and revealed exclusively here on StarWars.com. Themed to The Mandalorian, the set features minifigures and small builds inspired by the Disney+ Original Series, and many with a fun holiday twist. There are seven LEGO Star Wars characters packed with the set, including The Mandalorian and Grogu in a wintery scarf and holiday

The War of the Bounty Hunters Comes to a Shocking End in Marvel’s October 2021 Star Wars Comics – Exclusive

It’s all come down to this.

Boba Fett’s battle to reclaim Han Solo, still frozen in carbonite, has drawn in major players throughout the galaxy. Now, with bounties on his own head, Fett must fight to survive and take back what’s rightfully his — or die trying — as the epic War of the Bounty Hunters concludes this October. StarWars.com has your first look at covers and plot details for the final comics in the crossover, including Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters #5, Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters –– IG-88 #1, Star Wars #18, Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #15, Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #17, and Star Wars: Darth Vader #17. As the story ends, the Star Wars comics landscape will find a new status quo!

Plus,