Visions Revisited: 5 Highlights from “Lop & Ochō”

Star Wars: Visions is here! The anthology series is now streaming on Disney+, featuring original shorts from some of the world’s best anime studios. In Visions Revisited, StarWars.com picks the greatest moments from each short. Whether you love anime, Star Wars, or both, we’d be honored if you would join us.

Spoiler warning: This article discusses story details from the Star Wars: Visions episode “Lop & Ochō.”

The world of Tao has welcomed the Empire, and the oppressors spell the end of clan Yasaburo, pitting father against daughter, sister against adopted sister. In “Lop & Ochō” the classic theme of found family finds new meaning in a kinship divided by the Empire’s promises. Nature and nurture collide as the next generation takes control, and a father’s insistence on holding fast to his ideals

13 Bone-Chilling Star Wars Books and Comics to Read This Halloween Season

The galaxy far, far away is no stranger to things that go bump in the night. From brain worms to dianogas to undead Nightsisters, there’s a star-cruiser load of things that send shivers up your spine. Even the world of Star Wars on the printed page has its share of haunts and horrors, and StarWars.com is highlighting some of the best in celebration of Halloween and Star Wars Reads. With these 13 books and comics, readers of all ages can enjoy the delights of the darkness — if they dare!

1. Star Wars: Dark Legends

This collection of short stories will have you sleeping with the lights on! Written by George Mann, and with illustrations by Grant Griffin, this 2020 anthology of seven tales (10 if you can get

A Dangerous Game is Afoot in Marvel’s Star Wars: The High Republic #10 – Exclusive Preview

To prove she is loyal to the Nihil, Keeve Trennis must do something very un-Jedi like: kill a prisoner and former ally.

In StarWars.com’s preview of Star Wars: The High Republic #10, help is on the way, but will Avar Kriss and the rest of the knights arrive in time?

The High Republic #10 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 October 20.

Celebrate Star Wars Reads throughout the month of October!

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Now Boarding Marvel’s Star Wars: Halcyon Legacy – Exclusive Reveal

The legendary Halcyon is ready to launch and you’re invited along for the ride.

StarWars.com is pleased to announce Star Wars: Halcyon Legacy, a new 5-issue comic book miniseries from Marvel, debuting next year.

Written by Ethan Sacks, who penned the recent Star Wars: Bounty Hunters run, with art by Will Sliney, whose work includes Star Wars: The Rise of Kylo Ren and others, the series reunites the creative team behind the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge comic miniseries for a new adventure that ties in to the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser experience opening at Walt Disney World Resort in March 2022. “In the summer of 1977, my life was forever changed as a four-year-old by two experiences that have seared themselves in my brain for all these years: Seeing Star Wars in the movie theater and visiting [Walt]

A Droid Resurrected in Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters – IG-88 #1 – Exclusive Preview

Not even a Sith Lord can keep IG-88 down.

In StarWars.com’s exclusive preview of Marvel’s Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters – IG-88 #1, after suffering a fatal defeat at the mechanical hands of Darth Vader, a mysterious stranger arrives to recommission the hunter droid. Meanwhile, the Emperor himself steps in as the War of the Bounty Hunters crossover event intensifies with the next issue from the Star Wars: Darth Vader series, also out next week.

IG-88 #1, from writer Rodney Barnes and artist Guiu Vilanova, with a cover by Mahmud A. Asrar arrives October 20 and is available for pre-order now on Comixology; Darth Vader #17, from writer Greg Pak and artist Raffaele Ienco, with a cover by Aaron Kuder, also arrives October 20 and is available for pre-order now on Comixology. Both comics will be on sale

Visions Revisited: 5 Highlights from “The Elder”

Star Wars: Visions is here! The anthology series is now streaming on Disney+, featuring original shorts from some of the world’s best anime studios. In Visions Revisited, StarWars.com picks the greatest moments from each short. Whether you love anime, Star Wars, or both, we’d be honored if you would join us.

Spoiler warning: This article discusses story details from the Star Wars: Visions episode “The Elder.”

The dynamic between student and teacher is at the very heart of Star Wars. Anime studio Trigger explores this theme in the haunting short “The Elder,” which finds a Padawan named Dan and his master, Tajin Crosser, investigating a mysterious threat. Dan is eager for action, while the more experienced Tajin urges caution, with both learning new lessons by story’s end. Here are five highlights from

“Bring Home the Bounty” with New Galaxy-Spanning Star Wars Products

Get your tracking fobs ready.

Disney and Lucasfilm today launched “Bring Home the Bounty,” a global consumer products, games, and publishing campaign that will debut new Star Wars toys, collectibles, books, apparel, and more each week through the end of the year.

Every Tuesday from now through December 28, you can expect reveals of new items inspired by everything from The Book of Boba Fett, premiering exclusively on Disney+ December 29, and The Mandalorian to classics like the Skywalker saga films, animated series including Star Wars: The Bad Batch and Star Wars: Visions, and much more.

“With the Lucasfilm 50th anniversary coming to a close this year, we wanted to find a way to celebrate all of our beloved characters and stories from the classic to the new and everything in-between” said Paul