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Star Wars #1 Review

Star Wars #1 Review

With Star Wars #1 Dark Horse Comics begins an all new ongoing series; creators Brian Wood and Carlos D’Anda return us back to the movie-feel with characters we know and love, bypassing the Extended Universe (or “EU”), and setting us up for another classic Star Wars adventure.

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No Star Wars Comics From Dark Horse After 2013? Looks Like It.

Dark Horse To Lose Star Wars Comics In 2013?

Since the Disney/Star Wars purchase in October comic fans have wondered what it might mean for Dark Horse and their line of Star Wars comics? Well, it looks like we have our answer…

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It Looks Like The Force Is Gonna Be Strong With Brain Wood Come January [Preview]

  • December 5, 2012 2:54 pm
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Star Wars #1 Preview

We don’t make a habit out of previewing everything but when there is a new Star Wars #1 and it’s by Brian Wood and Carlos d’Anda and it looks this good it gets our attention.

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What Does The Disney Purchase Of Lucasfilm Mean For Dark Horse Star Wars Comics?

The internet-breaking news that Disney’s has purchased Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion has a certain ring of familiarity to comic fans, just 3 years ago Disney purchased Marvel for roughly the same amount ($4.0 billion). And after fans come-to and recover from the conjoined news that Disney has every intent to make episodes 7, 8, and 9 plus more another familiar question comes to mind, what does this mean for the comics?

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SDCC Friday Wrap-Up: Panels, Remastered X-Men, Marvel Deaths & More

  • July 23, 2011 12:21 am
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The 2011 San Diego Comic-Con kept trucking Friday as news, announcements, images, and panel talk provided enough chatter that even Google couldn’t ignore parts of it. Our Friday recap provides links and tidbits from some of the biggest comic book news of the day.

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The Star Wars Prequel Trilogy: Geek Life

It’s time for a new Geek Life, and for this twenty-third episode, I have a topic that is at the very center of the most geeky of all controversies.  It’s a story of a humble boy who grows up to become a powerful warrior, only to fall into the abyss of greed and lust to become one of the most fearful villains in the entire galaxy.  The story of this little boy maybe doesn’t quite compare to the villainy people feel for his creator.  This story’s focus quickly shifted from young Anakin Skywalker to his creator, George Lucas.  This is the tale of the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy and the ongoing war between those who like the movies and those who not only hate them, but hold a deep resentment for both Lucas and those who liked the movies.

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Biggest Comic Book Busts of 2010

With 12 categories dedicated to our “Favorites of 2010″ we thought we’ve spread enough praise to have at least one category dedicated to those things that weren’t our favorites, our “Biggest Busts of 2010.” Could be anything; a book, a creator, a news item, a specific moment — just anything that, well, busted.

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My Comic Book Obsession Part Two: Geek Life

As Geek Life kicks off the second half of its year-long run, I enter the 1990s and beyond with part two of My Comic Book Obsession!

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Star Wars comics coming to ACB

  • June 15, 2010 11:34 am
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That right, ACB is going to start covering some Star Wars comics. From Legacy and Invasion on a monthly basis, to trade reviews (you may already have noticed our Knights of the Old Republic review) and a weekly blog that will lead up to Star Wars Celebration V.

So bookmark our Star Wars tag HERE, and make sure to come back for more!


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