It’s time to take a look at the Dark Horse Comic adaptation of Splinter of the Mind’s Eye. As I’ve previously reviewed the novel, I’ll be eschewing my regular format, and instead, I’ll be giving my thoughts on the adaptation.Continue reading “Splinter of the Mind’s Eye: Comic Review”
It’s time to rip the adhesive bandage off of this terrible novel trilogy.Continue reading “The Black Fleet Crisis: Tyrant’s Test – Book Review”
The Book of Boba Fett, when it was set up at the conclusion of the second season of The Mandalorian, was intriguing. The lead-in was setting up the idea of Boba Fett becoming the new crime boss of Tatooine. The final product, however, has left many underwhelmed, and it’s worth talking about why.Continue reading “Book of Boba Fett: TV Series Review”
A while back I finished watching the first two seasons of The Mandalorian, and as I’ve finally finished with my (written) recaps of the Knightfall Saga, it’s time to get my feet wet again in Star Wars.Continue reading “The Mandalorian: Seasons 1 & 2”
When I saw footage of Jedi: Fallen Order at the last in-person E3 (note, I was not attending, it was online, but the E3 in question was the last in-person one before Covid-19), I was impressed by the style of the game, using Dark Souls style mechanics with Uncharted traversal, within the Star Wars setting.Continue reading “Jedi: Fallen Order Video Game Review”
We return to the Rogues as they compete with the Empire to get the plans for a cloaking device in “The Phantom Affair”.Continue reading “Legends of the Force Part 40: Rogue Squadron: The Phantom Affair”
Sadly, we are not done with the Hutts. Though this time they play second fiddle to Boba Fett.Continue reading “Boba Fett – Death, Lies, and Treachery: Comic Review”
We have a new Star Wars movie, which means it’s time for me to give my thoughts on the film and what it incorporates from the old Legends continuity.Continue reading “Legends of the Force Part 38: Rise of Skywalker”
This month I’m looking at the last of the Jabba the Hutt comics.Continue reading “Legends of the Force Part 36: Jabba the Hutt – Betrayal”
This month we start a sub-series of the Star Wars novels following one of the fixtures of the original trilogy of films – fighter dogfights!Continue reading “Legends of the Force Part 34: X-Wing – Rogue Squadron”
I’ve previously discussed the first installment of Michael A. Stackpole’s Rogue Squadron Comics earlier. Well, he’s not just limited to the medium of comics, this week we get to the first of his Rogue Squadron novels, but with a different lineup of the squadron.Continue reading “X-Wing: Rogue Squadron – Book Review”
After Callista was introduced in Children of the Jedi, unlike other characters who were love interests of Luke, she was not forgotten by other authors, with Kevin J. Anderson’s novel Darksaber.Continue reading “Darksaber by Kevin J. Anderson: Book Review”
There were a couple more Star Wars Novels in 1995, with the first two Callista novels, starting with Children of the Jedi by Barbara Hambly.Read more
This time we conclude the Dark Empire trilogy with Star Wars: Empire’s End.Continue reading “Legends of the Force: Part 31 – Empire’s End”
This week I’m taking a look at the conclusion of the Exar Kun saga.Continue reading “Legends of the Force Part 30 – Tales of the Jedi: The Sith War”
This month we’re wrapping up the Star Wars Droids ongoing comic from Dark Horse.Continue reading “Legends of the Force Part XXIX: Droids Ongoing – Part 2”
I’m returning to the Star Wars comics this week with the conclusion of Dark Horse’ Star Wars Droids ongoing.Continue reading “Comics Review: Star Wars Droids – Season of Revolt”
This month I have an omnibus of the first 3 Young Jedi Knights novellas.
I’m almost done with the Star Wars novels in 1995 with the first three Young Jedi Knights novels, which were collected together as an omnibus under the title Jedi Shadow.
I’ve got a short story collection this month.
I’m continuing to make my way through 1995 in Star Wars with the first collection of Star Wars short fiction.
Continuing with Dark Horse, we have the first comic book outing of Rogue Squadron, and Mike Stackpole’s first step into the Star Wars Universe. Continue reading “Legends of the Force Part XXVI: X-Wing Rogue Squadron – The Rebel Opposition”
I’m continuing with Dark Horse’s run of Star Wars comics with probably one of the most beloved spinoffs not created with Timothy Zahn. Continue reading “Comic Review: Star Wars – Rogue Squadron: The Rebel Opposition”
Moving back to Dark Horse comics, we have Louise Simonson returning to the Star Wars universe with Dark Horse Comics Continue reading “Legends of the Force Part XXV: River of Chaos”