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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Mace Windu Goes Solo in New Marvel Comic – Exclusive!

“This party’s over,” Mace Windu said in Star Wars: Attack of the Clones. But for the purple-bladed-lightsaber-wielding Jedi, it’s actually just beginning. StarWars.com is excited to announce Star Wars: Jedi of the...

5 Behind-the-Scenes Details of Rebel Rising

Rogue One introduced Star Wars fans to a whole new team of heroes, some of whom were rebels before becoming rebels — and fans wanted to know more about these...

Ben Blacker on the Inspirations, Surprises, and Future of Star Wars: Join the Resistance

Ben Blacker and Ben Acker are a creative juggernaut. The two form a writing team that is a genuine force to be reckoned with. They’re perhaps best known as...

Comic Book Galaxy: How Marvel’s Rogue One Adaptation Further Explores the Film’s Powerful Themes

Comic Book Galaxy explores Marvel‘s Star Wars comic book releases and provides a discussion point on the culture and climate of the Star Wars comic book universe. April was a stellar...

Chirrut and Baze Journey Through Jedha in Guardians of the Whills – Exclusive Excerpt

In Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, we first meet Chirrut and Baze in the war-torn streets of Jedha. They’re a classic Star Wars odd couple. Baze is stoic and hardened; Chirrut...

Jyn Erso’s Future Unfolds in Rebel Rising – Exclusive Excerpt

For Star Wars fans and the Rebellion, Jyn Erso is a legend. But before she led the mission to steal the Death Star plans, before she became that legend, Jyn was just...

The Saga’s ’90s Trading Cards Return in the Beautiful Star Wars Widevision

Star Wars and trading cards have gone together since the beginning, and just as Star Wars was a ground-breaker in the film world, the Star Wars trading card sets...

See BB-8, Shakespeare-Style, on the Cover of The Force Doth Awaken – First Look!

Ian Doescher’s Star Wars and Shakespeare mashups have proven to be hits with classic literature and Star Wars fans alike — telling the stories of the Star Wars films in the Bard of Avon’s style, while staying true to...

Star Wars in the UK: Flipping Through 1978’s Star Wars Weekly #12

Star Wars in the UK is a feature in which StarWars.com looks at how our friends across the galactic pond experienced the saga through the years. Two years of stepping back to...

Studying Skywalkers: May the 4th and the Cultural Significance of Star Wars

Studying Skywalkers is an exclusive column that investigates the characters, themes, and lessons of Star Wars from an educational, literary perspective. In this special May the 4th installment, StarWars.com...

SWCO 2017: Marvel Reveals Captain Phasma Miniseries Bridging The Force Awakens and The Last...

Did you really think a trash compactor could stop Captain Phasma? During today’s just-finished publishing panel at Star Wars Celebration Orlando, Marvel announced a major new title: Star Wars: Captain Phasma, a 4-issue miniseries set after Star...

Star Wars Reads Returns This Fall!

This October, join millions of Star Wars fans around the world and discover how every page is a journey. Set to return for its sixth year, Star Wars Reads...

10 Highlights from Star Wars Insider #172, Plus a First Look at Celebration-Exclusive Covers...

Star Wars Insider has an exciting new look! The essential 6-weekly magazine of all things Star Wars has been placed into a bacta tank and is now rejuvenated and...

Timothy Zahn on His Novel Thrawn, How to Pronounce the Grand Admiral’s Full Name,...

Unless you’ve been living on Jakku for the last year, you probably know that Grand Admiral Thrawn is one of the biggest bad guys in Star Wars right now....

Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View Anthology Book Celebrates 40 Years of...

When Star Wars: A New Hope was first released in 1977, part of its appeal was that the world it presented felt alive. Landspeeders and starships were dirty. Droids broke down....