Star Wars: A New Dawn – Book Review

John Jackson Miller has provided the first official book from the new canon material. A New Dawn  gives Star Wars fans an insight into the Life of Kanan Jarrus after the events of Order 66, highlighting how he began fighting the Empire, his love for women and how he met a very special woman who... Continue Reading →

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Star Wars: Thrawn – Comic Book Review

As the Imperial crew of the Strikeforce investigate an uncharted planet, they are attacked, and a lone Chiss warrior infiltrates the ship before being captured. The Warrior is Mitth 'Raw' Nuruodo, or as he prefers to be called, Thrawn; he is brought before the Emperor where Thrawn asks for a position in the Imperial Navy... Continue Reading →

Star Wars: Mace Windu: Jedi of the Republic – Comic Book Review.

Star Wars comics are great as they offer readers the chance to delve deeper into the lives of some of their favourite characters from the franchise; this is the case for Mace Windu, despite not being the strongest of the comic series’, Jedi of the Republic offers readers an insight into some of Windu’s actions... Continue Reading →

Star Wars: The Force Awakens – Book Review

When I read a film novelisation, I look for things that may not have featured in the film, or scenes that have been expanded on to further enhance the story; Alan Dean Fosters provides readers with some extra scenes, more character insight as well as answers several questions asked after watching the The Force Awakens.... Continue Reading →

Frank Henson Interview – Scout Trooper

Scout troopers, also known as biker scouts and Imperial sharpshooters, were specially trained stormtroopers of the Imperial Army's Stormtrooper Corps. They were used by the Galactic Empire on a range of missions, which mostly involved reconnaissance. They had lighter armour than standard stormtroopers, much like their urban counterparts, patrol stormtroopers. Succeeding the clone scout troopers... Continue Reading →

Star Wars: Cassian & K-2SO – Comic Book Review

For fans wondering how Cassian met K2-SO and reprogrammed the droid, this is the comic for them. Cassian is sent on a mission to obtain Imperial security protocols; the mission ends up taking a turn for the worse and leaves the Rebel needing to improvise, leading to K2-SO the Imperial droid being reprogrammed in order... Continue Reading →

Kevin Layne Interview – Resistance Bomber Pilot

To crack heavily armoured targets, the Resistance called upon two squadrons of MG-100 StarFortress bombers laden with powerful proton bombs. The bombers were committed to another mission during the raid on Starkiller Base, but rushed back to D’Qar for the base’s evacuation. Escorted by swift starfighters, Cobalt Squadron attacked the initial wave of First Order... Continue Reading →

Who’s Who in the Star Wars Universe? – Cassian Andor

With the Recent announcement of a live-action Rogue One prequel show, and with Diego Luna reprising his role as Cassian Andor, here's everything you need to know about the Rebel Soldier. Cassian Jeron Andor, also known by the aliases Willix, Aach, Joreth Sward, and the title Fulcrum, was a male soldier, pilot and Intelligence officer... Continue Reading →

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