Another character in the Sequel trilogy that the creators just didn’t know what to do with and got an underwhelming ending after showing some promise. Let’s imagine a better conclusion for Armitage Hux.
The Mandalorian brand carries more weight in value than anything else in the Star Wars Universe.
This post is full of spoilers of Light of the Jedi, A Test of Courage, Into the Dark, The High Republic, and High Republic Adventures. She’s a chunky post so grab some tea or coffee and settle in as we discuss all things The High Republic.
Charles Soule’s two-part story follows a couple from Light of the Jedi and their time on Starlight Beacon before and after The Great Disaster. Joss and Pikka Adren were actually … Continue Reading Star Wars Insider The High Republic: Go Together Thoughts
Gina Carano is gone but Cara Dune should get to live on. A case for recasting and not allowing a unique Star Wars character to go quietly into that sweet goodnight.
First in a new series looking back at Star Wars characters in canon whose fates are undecided, unconfirmed, or just up in the air.
Claudia Gray’s anticipated YA entry into The High Republic arrives as a companion read more than a standalone story.
Things kick up a notch in The High Republic #2 and IDW The High Republic Adventures enters the madness. Mild spoilers.
It’s the month of love and what better way to celebrate with the Star Wars version of “star-crossed” lovers.
When additional canon provides the context to one of the main antagonists, one has to ask: What was the point?
Spotlighting five of my favorite designs in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
When toy sales dictate Executive decisions in film and television studios on what content gets produced, they are important and connected to the overall health of the brand.
Two Cavan Scott entries into The High Republic, a comic issue and children’s book highlighting new Jedi faces during The Great Disaster.
Why this comic character mesh of two Lucasfilm properties (Star Wars and Indiana Jones) is destined for the screen.
A middle grade Star Wars book that has a lot of bite. Justina Ireland’s first entry in The High Republic is a nice character study around tragic times for young citizens of the galaxy.