Cere Junda stumbles upon a familiar feeling conspiracy engulfing the world of Ontotho in Jedi: Fallen Order – Dark Temple #2.
Nostalgia and old traditions hold the fate of the galaxy in their hands as the Resistance fights for the support of Mon Cala in Star Wars: Allegiance #3.
Since Richard Donner’s Superman: The movie, nothing has had a greater impact on the superhero film genre than the shared universe.
In Doctor Aphra #36, all the cons around the Rebels’ super weapon come crashing down on the Empire. One rogue archaeologist was ahead of the game all along.
A Jedi Padawan struggles with patience as she accompanies her master on a mission of exploration that is, naturally, more than it seems in Jedi: Fallen Order – Dark Temple #1.
Leia finds that old alliances are unreliable in the fight against the First Order while Poe and Finn encounter bounty hunters in Star Wars: Allegiance #2.
Kylo Ren competes against the legacy of an ancestor in Star Wars: Age of Resistance – Kylo Ren #1.
Han and Leia see the fault in their mission while Threepio struggles with the ethics of his. Meanwhile, a stranger preys on Luke’s naivety in Star Wars #71.
All the mystery around Dok-Ondar, the Sword of Khashyun, and Kendoh’s gang is resolved in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge #5.
Supreme Leader Snoke attempts to push his apprentice to his limits in Star Wars: Age of Resistance – Supreme Leader Snoke #1. The test reveals plenty about Kylo Ren.
Poe experiences his first encounter with the Resistance and learns his future may not lie with the Republic in Star Wars: Age of Resistance – Poe Dameron #1.
General Hux demonstrates exactly how he rose to power in the First Order in Star Wars: Age of Resistance – General Hux #1.
This is exactly what we’re seeing time and time again on the most horrific days of national news, when we’re forced to grapple with yet another mass shooting. We keep calling these young murderous men “loners,” yet they’re clearly anything but. This is why Joker looks truly terrifying, because in real life, we’re surrounded by Arthur Flecks — and don’t know what to do about it.