Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man: Revival – Graphic Novel Review

After being bitten by one of Oscorp’s genetically altered spiders, Miles Morales was encouraged by his friend to become the new Spider-Man after Peter Parker was murdered by Norman Osborn. Miles took on the mantle of Spider-Man and it’s been a roller coaster ride ever since.

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Who is the Black Panther? – Book Review

Following the plot of Hudlin’s 2005-2008 run on Marvel’s Black Panther, Jesse J Holland’s adventure shines the spotlight on the technologically superior kingdom of Wakanda and its king T’Challa as he fends off invasion led by M’Butu, Ulysses Klaw, The Rhino, and the Black Knight.

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Captain Marvel: StarForce On The Rise – Book Review

The Centum books that tie into the new Marvel Studios film releases have allowed fans to get more information on the build-up to these big events. Captain Marvel: Starforce On The Rise focuses on some of Vers adventures during her time with StarForce, acting as a prequel to the Captain Marvel movie released earlier this year.

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Star Wars: Lando – Comic Book Review

Marvel’s Lando Series is set prior to the events of Empire Strikes Back, and sees Lando seducing an Imperial Governor into giving him an item that he uses to pay off some debts he owes to Papa Toren. Upon arrival to pay off his debt with Toren, only a small fraction of the debt is honoured, leaving Lando in a predicament.

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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 in exchange for his knowledge of the unknown regions of the galaxy.

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Star Wars: Beckett – Comic Book Review

The Beckett comic series brings Star Wars fans three mini stories about a series of jobs Tobias Beckett, Val and Rio Durant encountered prior to the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story.

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Star Wars: DJ Most Wanted – Comic Book Review

Most Wanted shines the spotlight on DJ, the scoundrel played by Benicio Del Toro in The Last Jedi, exploring what he was up to not long before Rose and Finn find him in a prison cell, in Canto Bight. The comic sees DJ weave his way through different conflicts, putting himself before anyone and sticking to his own set of rules.

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Star Wars: Han Solo – Comic Book Review

Han Solo is by far one of the most beloved characters in Star Wars as well as film in general, so it comes to no surprise that the character has had several comic book runs over the years. In 2016, Marvel launched the 5 issues Solo series, focusing on the events that take place after the Death Star is destroyed when Han has returned to his smuggler roots.

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Comic Book Insights: 0-0-0 (AKA Triple-Zero)

 “I’m 0-0-0 or Triple-Zero if you prefer. I’m a protocol droid, specialized in etiquette, customs, translation and torture, ma’am.―0-0-0 introduces himself to Doctor Aphra.

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Doctor Aphra’s dynamic droid is one of the meanest and most terrifying characters in Star Wars. Triple-Zero was first introduced to us through the Darth Vader Marvel comic series. Triple-Zero accompanied his companion BT-1 (Bee Tee) and Doctor Aphra on her journey with the Sith Lord. Kieron Gillen (Triple-Zero’s creator) described the droid as “a ticking-time-bomb” for Doctor Aphra.

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