Star Wars: Women of the Galaxy by Amy Ratcliffe is a new hardcover book showcasing the female heroes, villains, rogues, and scoundrels from the Star Wars universe.
All facets of Star Wars publishing made their way to New York Comic Con, and they shared details of ongoing and upcoming stories and projects. Here are some of the highlights.
Packed with hundreds of fantastic images from concept art, paintings, and sketches, The Art of Solo: A Star Wars Story provides a behind-the-scenes look into the creative process of the film.
There was so much visual content tucked into every scene of Solo: A Star Wars Story that it was impossible to take it all in. Even with repeated viewings. For the fan looking for a deeper dive, Solo A Star Wars Story The Official Guide is a must read!
Rae Carson delivers a deceptively entertaining and fun adventure featuring Han Solo and Qi’ra in this prequel to Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Star Wars: Last Shot gives fans of Lando and Han real insights into their characters to the point that it makes watching, say, Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi or The Force Awakens again even more fun.
Jason Fry’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi Expanded Edition ranks among the top Star Wars film movie novelizations. John Liang explores why.
Dan Wallace’s “Star Wars: The Rebel Files” is a great behind-the-scenes look into the political machinations of the Rebel Alliance.
The Legends of Luke Skywalker is a junior novel that cannot be missed.
Among the many behind-the-scenes books that have been released in the wake of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the visually stunning The Art of Star Wars The Last Jedi by Phil Szostak is a must have for fans of the galaxy far, far away.
Delve deeper into the background of the latest Star Wars film with The Last Jedi: The Visual Dictionary. Mike Harris examines some tasty tidbits to be found in this intriguing volume.
SPOILER FREE With The Last Jedi about to devastate the box office, what threads that have been brought up in the various canon might be further explored in the film? A journey into the Unknown Regions.
Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks: The Final Dossier plays meta-fictional games with canonicity, delivering answers that are as concrete as they are mysterious. Stewart Gardiner unreliably narrates.