Recontextualizing the first major publishing release of the Disney/Star Wars era through its female leads. Part 2: The Optimist.
Recontextualizing the first major publishing release of the Disney/Star Wars era through its female leads. Part 1: The Cynic.
There is a much-needed exploration of the visionary political leader who hoped for the best but prepared for the worst.
A look back at the strange journey of the third, and shortest, Star Wars animated series that did not quite connect with fans.
LEGO and Lucasfilm reach deep into Star Wars canon pockets and pull out an obscure character to center its Halloween entry around and tell some terrifying tales.
The new faces we met and would like to see again, or the ones we won’t see again but wish we could.
Get in the spooky spirit with some scary tales involving your favorite Star Wars heroes.
Star Wars Visions is Lucasfilm’s attempt to get anime fans interested in Star Wars. So which stories put their best foot forward in making that happen?
Proof you can tell a villain’s story and make them sympathetic without redemption. If only the screenplay rose to match the potential of the premise.
Holiday sweaters, Funko Pops, and Disney Plus specials are just the beginning.
Also known as the female Yoda in The Phantom Menace, the mystery of the whereabouts of this Jedi Master remains strong in the force.
Revisit (or discover for the first time) one of the best stories in Star Wars with Jedi: Fallen Order cutscenes.
Keeve Trennis makes a drastic decision in order to save two Jedi Masters and ends up in the crosshairs of the Drengir. Issues #6 – 8.
A focus on themes from the first season of The Bad Batch. Part two.
A focus on themes from the first season of The Bad Batch. Part one.