Han and Chewie are looking to break in somewhere, while Aphra hopes to break out. So goes it in the galaxy far, far away.
As Marvel’s Star Wars: Han Solo & Chewbacca series continues with issue #8, the titular duo looks to pull off the impossible: stealing from the office of Grand Moff Tarkin. In StarWars.com’s exclusive first look at the issue, Han and Chewie take an alternate (and gross) route to gain entrance. Hopefully it turns out to be worth it.
Meanwhile, in Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #27, the Spark Eternal maintains possession of Doctor Aphra’s body. While Aphra’s friends pick up the pieces from the Spark Eternal’s latest attack, Aphra hatches a plan from within to save herself…
Han Solo & Chewbacca #8, written by Marc Guggenheim and illustrated by
Every Tuesday, Bring Home the Galaxy revealed new products inspired by the Star Wars saga and showcased the best galactic gifts this year for the whole family. Plus, in collaboration with UPS this holiday season, special Star Wars Bring Home the Galaxy-themed wrapped UPS trucks will appear along regular delivery routes in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Orlando, and Atlanta.
While this is the final week of Bring Home the Galaxy, it’s going out with a Death Star-sized bang — including reveals of new toys inspired by Star Wars: The Clone Wars, The Mandalorian, and beyond. Check out some of our favorite items below!
Star Wars: The Vintage Collection ARC Commander Blitz by Hasbro
Join the Rancor Battalion from Star Wars: The Clone Wars, supervising elite soldiers on the watery world of Kamino with your own ARC Commander
Even at the height of the Jedi Order, war could still ravage worlds across the galaxy.
Continuing the saga of Star Wars: The High Republic Phase II, George Mann’s upcoming The Battle of Jedha audiobook original follows two Jedi — Master Creighton Sun and Jedi Knight Aida Forte — as they look to broker a peace between representatives of Eiram and E’ronoh. The two planets have been locked in the “Forever War,” a longstanding conflict that seems to finally have hope for an end. But not all are pleased to see the Jedi get involved.
StarWars.com is excited to offer a first listen to The Battle of Jedha, which arrives in audio form on January 3, 2023, followed by a hardcover edition on February 14, 2023. The audiobook original includes a score and sound effects, as well
Diego Luna has been honored with a Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, Drama, for Andor, it was announced today. Luna stars as the title character, rebel Cassian Andor, in the Disney+ series, reprising his Rogue One: A Star Wars Story role. He also serves as executive producer.
“This character represents a lot. It’s important that we see ourselves on the screen, that we feel represented, that the stories we tell reflect the world that’s out there,” Luna told StarWars.com earlier this year. “This role has been one of the most special journeys as an actor.”
Andor, a spy thriller set five years before the events of Rogue One, follows Luna’s Cassian as he becomes involved in the burgeoning rebellion against the Empire.
It’s the holiday season and even on the forest moon of Endor there’s a reason to celebrate. The lush trees, warm fires, all give off cozy holiday vibes, perfect for indulging in fragrant gingerbread treats shaped like the moon’s famous inhabitants.
These cookies are full of aromatic spices, sure to put you in a festive spirit. Each gingerbread Ewok dons Wicket’s iconic hood, and carries an edible, crunchy pretzel spear. Adorably feisty, these delicious snacks are great for sharing with family, friends, and rebel allies, this celebratory season.
For the cookie dough:
3 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon ground ginger 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon cloves 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, softened 1 cup brown
There’s a new bounty for fans of The Mandalorian and writer-artist Jeffrey Brown’s charming Star Wars books.
StarWars.com is thrilled to announce The Mandalorian and Child, the next installment in Brown’s classic series of all-ages titles on parenting in the galaxy far, far away. Following the bestselling Darth Vader and Son and Vader’s Little Princess, The Mandalorian and Child will tell heartwarming and humorous tales of Mando and Grogu, with appearances by other characters from The Mandalorian, including Luke Skywalker, IG-11, Peli Motto, Moff Gideon, Bo-Katan, the Armorer, and more. You can get a first look at art from the book below, featuring the titular duo riding a speeder bike. (Note Grogu’s adorable helmet!)
“Years before the Mandalorian series premiered, someone asked me to draw Yoda as a baby, so I just drew him in a diaper. I had no
When Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order arrived in November 2019, Cameron Monaghan had an easy holiday gift for family and friends. Monaghan had played the game’s protagonist, Cal Kestis, a Padawan survivor of Order 66, so it made for something of a perfect present. But while seeing himself in a game didn’t faze the actor, the same can’t be said for his loved ones.
“I’d go over [to] their house and they’d be playing it, and it would be really weird,” he tells StarWars.com, laughing. As a joke, Monaghan would sit near friends, echoing the game’s dialogue or Cal’s grunts and screams as they happened on-screen. “I remember my friends being really tripped out. ‘What’s happening?!’”
In Jedi: Fallen Order, set during the age of the Empire and Jedi-hunting Inquisitors,
One of the great things about Star Wars is that it inspires endless debates and opinions on a wide array of topics. Best bounty hunter? Most powerful Jedi? Does Salacious Crumb have the best haircut in the saga? In that spirit, StarWars.com presents From a Certain Point of View: a series of point-counterpoints on some of the biggest — and most fun — Star Wars issues. With all of Season 1 of Andor now streaming on Disney+, two StarWars.com writers choose their fighter for favorite episode in the captivating new series.
The tension, and pay off, of Episode 10, “One Way Out,” made for not just some of the year’s best Star Wars, but TV in general, says Carlos.
The first season of Andor tells a carefully crafted story, a dozen episodes that perfectly come together to sketch out
Star Wars Insider’s exclusive run of Star Wars: The High Republic short fiction, set during Phase II of the Lucasfilm publishing initiative, continues in issue 215 — and StarWars.com has a first look. “A Different Perspective,” by George Mann, from Insider‘s Tale of Enlightenment series, offers an unusual take on the Jedi and the Force from a disciple of the Path of the Open Hand, who has his own tale to tell. Enjoy the excerpt below and get the full story in Star Wars Insider #215, available now.
A scream. The whine of an engine malfunctioning. Panicked shouting.
Keth squeezed his eyes shut, expecting the worse.
The moment stretched.
And then… silence.
Tentatively, he opened his eyes again.
The speeder was still, hanging in mid-air, more than a meter off the
The calvary — Omega, Hunter, Wrecker, Echo, and Tech — has arrived!
Today, Lucasfilm Animation and Disney+ released the trailer and key art for Season 2 of the acclaimed animated series Star Wars: The Bad Batch, with the two-episode season premiere on January 4, 2023, following the continuing adventures of the elite squad first introduced in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
When Season 2 debuts, viewers will find that months have passed since the events on Kamino that brought Season 1 to its thrilling conclusion, as the Bad Batch — also known as Clone Force 99 — continues to navigate the Empire after the fall of the Republic. The Batch will cross paths with friends and foes, both new and familiar, as they take on a variety of mercenary