The High Republic releases its first manga and struggles to find the balance between character development and world-building.
The second YA novel in The High Republic functions more like a long-form philosophical debate within and around the Jedi Order than a plot-driven story.
This four-issue run with backstory into the High Republic Jedi monster hunter answers some questions but leaves room for more to be discovered.
A collection of stories that pull from various celebrations from Christianity to Hinduism and tell the tales of Star Wars holidays in the galaxy.
The tales of Velko continue this time with a Jedi Master and an old flame.
The third Claudia Gray recommend is an adult novel exploring the earlier part of Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi’s relationship.
A Jedi and Private Investigator team up to get to the bottom of the horrifying weapon used against a Jedi Master in the first issue of a new run, Trial of Shadows.
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.
Get in the spooky spirit with some scary tales involving your favorite Star Wars heroes.
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.
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.
Justina Ireland keeps The High Republic short stories interesting by presenting another dangerous facet of the Drengir during an Agricultural gathering on Starlight.
A new Jedi Padawan meets characters from The High Republic Adventures in this middle-grade tale of the Battle of the Republic Fair.
For Back to School month, take a break from reading a Star Wars novel and refresh your knowledge of Star Wars history with a fun, multipurpose reference book.