Back in 2019, writer Charles Soule created a big pitch document for Marvel’s flagship Star Wars series. It outlined his plans for the title, but also included was one specific story he was itching to write.
“Boba Fett clearly doesn’t take Han Solo directly to Jabba’s palace,” Soule tells StarWars.com. “Something had to happen in between that intervening time between Empire and Jedi. And I was like, ‘I would like to tell that story, and I would like it to be about Boba Fett and what happens to him.”
Finally, Soule will get his chance. Following yesterday’s mysterious teaser image of Boba Fett, StarWars.com is excited to announce War of the Bounty Hunters, an epic crossover in the Merry Marvel tradition that will indeed reveal what Fett experienced on his
SWTOR update 6.2.1 releases on February 16th. It is the first patch for the new 2021 year and brings improved and rebalanced Uprisings, slightly redesigned Amplifiers system, the end of Ranked Season 13 and a few key changes to the Conquest system for Guilds. I’ll break down the patch notes for you and explain what […]
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One of the most beloved and integral components of Star Wars is the amazing music that permeates the storytelling. From the orchestral scores of John Williams to the deep Mongolian throat-singing of the HU in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, music takes an important role in telling us the roles of the characters, the settings, and what we as the audience should feel — you could say that it is instrumental. While much of the music is solely for us, the audience, there is also the saga’s diegetic music: the songs that the characters hear during their adventures. Whether it’s from live bands playing a crowded venue or from some pre-recorded tunes on some kind of playback device, music is everywhere in the galaxy far, far away, and much of
Boba Fett looks ready for battle. That can’t be good.
StarWars.com is excited to reveal a mysterious and striking teaser image from Marvel featuring the legendary bounty hunter. Check it out below!
Fett is depicted with a blaster in one hand and a spear in the other, standing in front of a wall that looks shelled from heavy fire. The words “Boba Fett…Nowhere to Hide” grace the bottom of the teaser.
But what does it all mean? Come back to StarWars.com tomorrow to find out.
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This is a Complete SWTOR Medicine Operative 6.0+ Guide for PvE. It’s suitable for both beginner players and more advanced and experienced veterans, who seek to improve their performance! Written for VULKK.com by Xelthìa (previously known as Kamiala). UPDATED FOR PATCH 6.2 Introduction to Medicine Medicine is a relatively easy to use but hard to […]
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After much anticipation, 2020 saw the arrival of a bounty of inventive toys inspired by The Mandalorian, allowing fans to celebrate their love of the series and continue the story through play; StarWars.com is thrilled to report that several of these releases, including The Mandalorian license itself, have been honored in the Toy of the Year Awards:
WINNER: Toy of the Year & Innovative Toy of the Year — The Child Animatronic Edition (Hasbro)
WINNER: Construction Toy of the Year — LEGO Star Wars The Razor Crest (The LEGO Group)
WINNER: Plush Toy of the Year — The Child 11-inch Plush (Mattel Inc.)
WINNER: License of the Year — Star Wars: The Mandalorian (The Walt Disney Co./Lucasfilm)
StarWars.com congratulates our friends at
Since its debut in November 2019, The Mandalorian has stolen our hearts…and our shelf space. From various iterations of the Child (er, Grogu) to the gleaming, iconic T-shaped visor of Din Djarin himself, collectors have been clamoring for all things Mando.
Combine the explosive zeitgeist that is Star Wars with the craftsmanship of Bandai and you end up with the stunning Meisho Movie Realization action figure line, which transforms characters into warriors from feudal-era Japan. While we’ve seen the likes of Darth Vader, C-3PO, and Kylo Ren in the acclaimed collectible series, the Disney+ breakout show joins the ranks with the latest Ronin Mandalorian figure. Complete with rifle, blaster, and (of course) katana sword accessories, this impressive 6.7-inch collector’s figure features weathering and a first-ever cloth cape — perfect for