Jedi, Sith, bounty hunters, rogue archaeologists, and a celebration of Episode V. April is going to be fun month for Star Wars comics fans.
StarWars.com is excited to offer a first look at Marvel’s April 2021 Star Wars releases, including The High Republic #4, Bounty Hunters #11, Darth Vader #11, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back – The 40th Anniversary Covers By Chris Sprouse #1, and Doctor Aphra #9. Darth Vader heads to Exegol, Bossk finds himself being hunted, and more surprises await. Check out the covers, creative teams, and plot details below!
STAR WARS: THE HIGH REPUBLIC #4
CAVAN SCOTT (W) • ARIO ANINDITO (A) • Cover by PHIL NOTO
Variant Cover by LEINIL FRANCIS YU
Variant Cover by Natacha Bustos
THE JEDI TURNED AGAINST EACH OTHER?!
The High Republic-era Jedi, with their gilded tunics, dressed pretty snazzy. They didn’t necessarily travel that way.
In StarWars.com’s exclusive excerpt of Into the Dark, the young adult Star Wars: The High Republic novel by Claudia Gray, Jedi Orla Jareni, Cohmac Vitus, Reath Silas, and Dez Rydan are about to start a new mission. First, however, they must rendezvous with the ship and its crew that will provide transport — and they’re not at all what our heroes expect. Read the preview and listen to a clip from the audiobook edition below, and get ready for the arrival of Into the Dark on February 2.
At that moment, Reath’s attention—and everyone else’s—was distracted by a ship flying through the spaceport, rather low, then landing squarely on the pad where their transport ought to have
Funko Fair kicked off its first ever two-week virtual event today with a variety of new Star Wars-themed collectibles. StarWars.com has your first look at some of the items including the first keychain collaboration between Lucasfilm and Funko and the first in a series of Amazon exclusives rolling out all year long. And even more Funko Pop! bobbleheads will be revealed later today, with plenty of other surprises and exciting new items revealed throughout the event.
Here’s a rundown of the fun new Star Wars items that debuted during the event today!
Funko Pop! Star Wars The Mandalorian Keychains
With this all-new line, you can carry tiny versions of your favorite Funko Pop! bobbleheads with you at all times.
Star Wars Amazon Series Luke Skywalker with Pin (Amazon Exclusive)
It’s a time of peace in the Republic, but the Jedi Order must still contend with traitors in their midst.
Today, StarWars.com is please to reveal the first look at the cover art for Marvel’s Star Wars: The High Republic issue #4 and a hint at the story to come.
In a tale written by Cavan Scott and interior art from Ario Anindito, Avar Kriss and her brave Jedi friends find themselves in the clutches of one of their own when the Starlight Beacon falls under attack. Among the dangers on the mission, the Jedi will have to contend with an age-old enemy in a story the reveals the secret history of the dreaded Drengir.
Check out the cover by Phil Noto and a variant from Leinil Francis Yu below
BioWare is introducing a few very big and important changes to the SWTOR Guild Conquest System. In an upcoming update there will be a grace period for new members joining a guild before they start contributing Conquest Points and there will be a penalty for the guild that removes a player from their ranks! All […]
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Ever since The Mandalorian debuted on Disney+, notable lines from the series have become instant Star Wars classics. “This is the Way” and “I have spoken” arguably joined the ranks of iconic dialogue like “I am your father,” which is itself unmistakably Star Wars.
After two seasons and 16 chapters, here are 40 of our favorite standout quotes from The Mandalorian that we just can’t stop repeating.
1. “I can bring you in warm, or I can bring you in cold.” — The Mandalorian
One of the first lines we hear the Mandalorian utter tells us a lot about him. He’s willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done, but he gives his target a chance to make the experience slightly more pleasant. Slightly. (“The Mandalorian,” Season
Gather your younglings and make fun snacks at home inspired by Princess Leia. Sliced apples topped with cream cheese and spices are a fun way to create a subtle nod to the princess’ iconic hairstyle.
These apple treats will give you the strength of Leia Organa herself, and help keep your energy up whether you’re leading a rebellion or putting a scruffy looking nerf herder in his place.
Princess Leia Apple Snacks
1 apple ½ cup whipped cream cheese 1 Tablespoon cocoa powder 2 teaspoons powdered sugar ¼ teaspoon cinnamon
Step 1: In a bowl, stir together the cream cheese, cocoa powder, powdered sugar, and cinnamon. Set aside.
Step 2: Slice the apple into rounds.
Step 3: Pipe the cocoa cream cheese mixture
This week on This Week! in Star Wars, a new interactive ticker invites you to test your trivia knowledge while learning the latest news from around the galaxy.
But even if you missed the latest episode, we’ve got you covered with all the brain benders and head scratchers featured on the show, including the answers you seek.
This Week! In Star Wars Trivia for January 14, 2021
1) Which of these planets did NOT appear in Solo: A Star Wars Story?
2) Which nickname is NOT used for Chopper by the Ghost crew?
A) Rust Bucket
B) Metal Menace
C) Rolling Junk Pile
D) Bucket of Junk
3) What is Anakin Skywalker’s nickname for his Padawan Ahsoka Tano?