Marvel has released the Cover Artwork for the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge – Issue #5, with yet again more awesome artwork by Tommy Lee Edwards.
A TWO CUTTING SWORD!
KENDOH’S crew of mercenaries spring their heist to steal one of the rarest relics in the universe – the hilt of the fabled SWORD OF KHASHYUN from DOK-ONDAR’S DEN OF ANTIQUITIES. But with the FIRST ORDER tightening its grip on BLACK SPIRE OUTPOST and the notorious RED FURY STORMTROOPERS on their trail, can these master thieves survive long enough to collect their prize? And does Dok-Ondar have one last gambit to play?
Andre Zottolo from Artist of Design, who’s a good friend and longtime collaborator at MilnersBlog has applied his outstanding PhotoShop skills ‘yet again’ and cleaned up and removed all the text from the Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Vanity Fair Covers …Check out his exclusive work below.
In celebration of Star Wars Day, StarWars.com have revealed “Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,” a series of books and comics connected to the highly-anticipated movie.
“The Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker publishing program is there biggest and boldest film tie-in program yet,” Michael Siglain, Lucasfilm’s creative director of publishing, tells StarWars.com. “We’ve got exceptionally talented authors, artists, and publishers creating content for fans of all ages.
“While these titles will include some hints and Easter eggs for the new film, the majority of these titles will feature all-new stories set following the events of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Our ‘Journey to’ books and comics will star Rey, Finn, Poe, Rose, and, of course, Leia, Chewie, the droids, and the First Order.
“Here, you’ll get a glimpse at both the state of the galaxy and some of the ongoing battles between the Resistance and the First Order.
“As fans prepare for The Rise of Skywalker and the epic conclusion to the Skywalker saga, these stories are not to be missed.”
Pre-orders for the line launch early next week. Until then, check out covers, descriptions, and release dates for every title below — and happy Star Wars Day!
The Bottleneck Gallery is beginning their Star Wars Day celebrations a bit early, with the release of these awesome Star Wars Orginal Trilogy triptych prints by John Guydo’
John’s Star Wars prints encapsulate the original film trilogy, taking notable characters and moments, highlighting the conflict between Luke Skywalker and friends versus the Empire. The verticality in John’s triptych creates thematic consistencies between all three prints, and ties together so many elements from the original trilogy.
John’s prints will be available as a timed edition release over at Bottleneckgallery.com. A limited edition variant set will also be available!