That’s the problem with treasure hunting — sometimes, you release an ancient evil.
Doctor Aphra has secured the legendary Ascendant technology known as the Spark Eternal, but it’s turning out to be more than she bargained for. The relic has taken hold of the trouble-finding archaeologist, and in StarWars.com’s first look at Marvel’s Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #22, Aphra is a prisoner in her own mind…
Doctor Aphra #22, written by Alyssa Wong and illustrated by Minkyu Jung and Natacha Bustos, with a cover by W. Scott Forbes, arrives July 27 and is available for pre-order now on ComiXology and at your local comic shop.
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For Obi-Wan Kenobi, the past is ever present.
Marvel’s Star Wars: Obi-Wan miniseries has followed the legendary Jedi Master in his later years, as he chronicles adventures from years gone by in his journals. It’s offered a glimpse into Obi-Wan’s feelings about a life lived to the fullest, one filled with both triumph and tragedy, while flashing back to his little-seen youngling and Padawan years.
In StarWars.com’s first look at issue #3, the now-Ben Kenobi reflects on the Clone Wars. He ponders the conflict it created in all Jedi — normally peacekeepers, not generals — and recalls a previously unseen mission…
Obi-Wan #3, written by Christopher Cantwell and illustrated by Alessandro Miracolo, with a cover by Phil Noto, arrives July 27 and is available for pre-order now on ComiXology and at your local
Since Marvel returned to publishing Star Wars comics in 2015, few writers have made as great an impact on the galaxy far, far away as Charles Soule. The scribe took his first steps with 2016’s Lando, a five-issue miniseries that garnered significant acclaim. From there, Soule’s Star Wars star continued to rise, as he racked up credits including Poe Dameron, The Rise of Kylo Ren, War of the Bounty Hunters, and more, often with major contributions to lore; when it came time to shape what would become the Star Wars: The High Republic initiative, Soule was one of five writers recruited as an architect of its first stories. Today, Soule is at the helm of Marvel’s flagship Star Wars series, which is celebrating a milestone along with its writer: Star
Before the Starlight Beacon lit the way for the Republic, the moon of Jedha was a beacon of faith and spirituality, home to the Temple of Kyber. As Phase II of Star Wars: The High Republic kicks off this fall, the titular Marvel comic series will step back in time 150 years for a prequel to the events of Phase I. Reuniting writer Cavan Scott and artist Ario Anindito, issue #1 will introduce Vildar Mac, a Jedi embarking on a journey that will end in terror.
Get your first look below at the relaunch of Star Wars: The High Republic #1 and other Marvel Star Wars titles coming in October 2022 — including covers and solicits for the flagship Star Wars series, Chapter 4 in the adaptation of The Mandalorian on Disney+, and new installments in Darth Vader
Aboard the Disney Wish there are amazing experiences behind every door, and with a push of a button you can exit the world of cruise life and enter the galaxy far, far away. Star Wars: Hyperspace Lounge is the first Star Wars-themed lounge on the high seas, where guests can enjoy a panoramic view of space as they taste Star Wars cocktails inspired by familiar planets from across the galaxy. Stay on guard — you never know when a TIE fighter attack may take place right before your eyes while you’re sipping your favorite libation.
With a backdrop of spaceports welcoming ships from across the galaxy, bartenders work to create specialty drinks, like a bright red Berken’s Flow reminiscent of Mustafar’s lava, which has a secret reveal when a blacklight
Spoiler warning: This article contains major spoilers from Obi-Wan Kenobi.
The epic Disney+ series Obi-Wan Kenobi gave Star Wars fans a close-up look at the dark times, when the Empire was at its height. The story took the weary Jedi Master on a perilous adventure across the stars to save a young princess. Along the way Obi-Wan regained his connection to the Force, let go of the weight of the past, and found a new hope for the future of the galaxy.
Here are 25 quotes from the series that illustrate his emotional journey. Some of these lines are stunning in their significance. Some will make you smile. And all are pivotal to Obi-Wan’s story.
1. “The Jedi cannot help what they are. Their compassion leaves a trail.” — Grand
The original pop culture fan convention is back in San Diego! We love the panels, the surprises, and the mini-museum displays of screen-used costumes. But if you’re heading to San Diego Comic-Con next week, chances are you’re also looking forward to picking up some convention exclusives. Just this morning, a beskar-covered version of a Hot Wheels Razor Crest was announced, the latest in a long line of cool new finds. Here are some of our favorite galactic selections to help you prepare a shopping list.
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Choose your ride: A tiki punch bowl shaped like the Millennium Falcon for $135, a Dewback for $85, or a Sandcrawler for $85. Plus, pick up an array of mini muglets made to look like cantina aliens, shirts, swizzle sticks, and more classic tiki mugs including
Through the props and costumes of Star Wars, we find a tangible link to connect with the characters from a galaxy far, far away and the stories they inhabit. Inside the Lucasfilm Archive, take a closer look at these artifacts and the stories behind their design.
Propmaster Brad Elliott first saw Star Wars when he was just 6 years old. “I remember walking out of the theater in awe. I went home and drew pictures of all of the characters.” But as a child, Elliott could never have imagined his affinity for the saga would one day land him a role working behind the scenes on the Obi-Wan Kenobi limited series. As the propmaster for the show, Elliott and his team — led by Executive Producer and Director Deborah Chow — helped
When it feels like Mustafar outside, you need a break from the heat. And summer is the best time of year to enjoy desserts frostier than the coldest point on Hoth.
Perfect for National Ice Cream Day on July 17, you can celebrate the Empire and crush summer heat with StarWars.com’s easy recipes for retro-style Darth Vader and stormrooper ice cream pops. These frozen bites may take on the visage of the Empire but are much less fearsome. Chilling yes, but in the coolest sense. All that’s missing is an ice cream truck — or AT-AT.
Darth Vader Retro Ice Cream Pop
Yield: Makes 3 bars
1 pint chocolate ice cream 3 popsicle sticks 3/4 cup chocolate shell syrup 5 ounces dark chocolate, melted 6 red candy-coated chocolate
The galaxy whispers the name Darth Vader in fear.
In StarWars.com’s exclusive first look at Marvel’s Star Wars: Darth Vader #25, on Gabredor III, Governor Tauntaza and her crew are about to discover why the Sith Lord is such a powerful adversary.
And in StarWars.com’s preview of Star Wars: Han Solo & Chewbacca #4, Chewie chases Krrsantan to try to save his friend before the bounty hunter can get away…
Darth Vader #25, written by Greg Pak and illustrated by Raffaele Ienco, with a cover by Paul Renaud, is available for pre-order now on ComiXology; Han Solo & Chewbacca #4, written by Marc Guggenheim and illustrated by David Messina, with a cover by Phil Noto, is also available for pre-order now on ComiXology. Both issues arrive July 20 and can also be found at your local comic shop.