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.(more…)
We return to the Rogues as they compete with the Empire to get the plans for a cloaking device in “The Phantom Affair”.(more…)
Sadly, we are not done with the Hutts. Though this time they play second fiddle to Boba Fett.(more…)
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.(more…)
This month I’m looking at the last of the Jabba the Hutt comics.(more…)
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!(more…)
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.(more…)
This week I’m taking a look at the conclusion of the Exar Kun saga.(more…)
This month we’re wrapping up the Star Wars Droids ongoing comic from Dark Horse.(more…)
I’m returning to the Star Wars comics this week with the conclusion of Dark Horse’ Star Wars Droids ongoing.(more…)
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. (more…)
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. (more…)
Moving back to Dark Horse comics, we have Louise Simonson returning to the Star Wars universe with Dark Horse Comics (more…)
We return to the Star Wars novels with a fairly underrated trilogy. (more…)
Continuing with my look at the Star Wars Expanded Universe with a stand-alone story from the creators of Power Pack – Louise Simonson and June Brigman. (more…)
This time I have the most violent Star Wars comic I’ve covered to date. (more…)
I now come to the conclusion of the Corellian Trilogy as we get to the bottom of events in the villain’s plan. (more…)