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Star Wars Ramblings (Episode 7 and Beyond!)

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It’s been roughly three months since The Force Awakens opened in theaters. There’s a good chance you saw it more than once (alas here’s your spoiler warning just in case), and rightfully so. The team that worked on it did a stellar job. However there’s a weird Twilight Zone-type universe where I worked on it, and here’s what I would do differently, and how the story would progress beyond Episode … Read More →

The Wal-Tor Weekly Review

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This week on the Wal-Tor Weekly Review, I become woefully overwhelmed at the amount of awesome comics that come out this week.  Seriously, this might be the best set of releases we’ve seen thus far this year.  Today we’ll take a look at the all-new Archie series by Mark Waid and Fiona Staples, the new Star Wars Lando miniseries kicking off and the start of Marvel’s new Civil War. Archie … Read More →

Star Wars: Agents Of The Empire – 2015 Weekly Writer Challenge – John Ostrander (Part 2)

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John Ostrander is no stranger to writing for the world of Star Wars comics. Having penned many well loved Star Wars series for Dark Horse, such as Star Wars: Legacy, Star Wars: Dawn Of The Jedi, and even greatly contributing to Star Wars: Republic, Ostrander has shown time after time that he is a great candidate for writing anything Star Wars related. Read More →

The Wal-Tor Weekly Review

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This week we get the highly anticipated launches of the Darth Vader solo series from Marvel, Jimmie Robinson’s dystopian tale “The Empty”, and another gritty chapter of “Southern Bastards” Read More →

Top Five Star Wars Starters – 5. Empire Volume 2: Darklighter

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Early in January we received the news that wasn’t really news at all: the Star Wars comic book license is going to revert to Marvel in 2015. Although everybody expected this to happen (many of us were scratching our heads asking ‘what took so long?’), the official word really put things into perspective. All of a sudden, we need to come to terms with the realities of the announcement. On … Read More →