The Resistance is outnumbered…Luke Skywalker has finally been found…and the Rebels fight against a growing evil. The First Order will stop at nothing to conquer the galaxy, and it’s up to our heroes to defend it! So this spring Marvel will take the story of Star Wars: The Last Jedi to a whole new dimension, just as it did with Rogue One, Marvel will be publishing a six-issue comic adaptation, to be written by Gary Whitta (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Star Wars Rebels) with art from Michael Walsh and Mike Spicer(Star Wars Annual, Hawkeye, The Vision). And rest assured, this sacred Jedi text will be a page-turner.
The six issues will retell the story of Rian Johnson’s film, but Marvel is also promising that the series will contain “never-before-seen” material. Perhaps, like the upcoming novelization of The Last Jedi, the comic adaptation will contain scenes of Han Solo’s funeral and further elaborate the relationship between Resistance sisters Paige and Rose Tico. Or perhaps it’ll be something else entirely. Mike del Mundo’s cover for the first issue certainly paints porgs in a whole new light.
The first two issues of Marvel’s The Last Jedi comic will hit stores on May 2, with the second issue following on May 16. Below, check out a variant cover for the first issue featuring Rey in her Jakku days, illustrated by none other than former Marvel editor-in-chief Joe Quesada.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi has been consistently on our minds since its recent release. It’s a spectacular reignition of so many core tenets of the Star Wars franchise, and has really fleshed out the new generation of characters. With that said, Bottleneck Gallery have teamed up with Acme Archives and Lucasfilm to release four new Star Wars prints from Alice X. Zhang!
Alice’s newest prints feature four character portraits that blend the core of these characters from the Star Wars universe along with Alice’s exceptional digital painting abilities. From Rey’s fiery resolve to Luke’s stubborn wiseness to Kylo’s internal struggle to Leia’s light and hope, Alice has really captured the heart of these characters.
Again IMAX has revealed special new posters will be available for fans to acquire as part of their theatrical celebration for The Last Jedi. The posters, based off art print designs created by artist Dan Mumford who did the same series of 4 posters for The Force Awakens, will be available to collect at IMAX cinema’s in the UK.
The second Dan Mumford Star wars: The Last Jedi poster has just been released featuring titanic Battle of Crait.
The third Dan Mumford Star wars: The Last Jedi poster has just been released featuring Finn and Captain Phasma epic fight aboard The Supremacy.
The fourth and final Dan Mumford Star wars: The Last Jedi poster has just been released featuring Kylo Ren and Snoke with the Praetorian Guard.
Bottleneck Gallery has unveiled an incredible new Star Wars poster from Matt Taylor, an artist I’ve posted before about and is known for his aesthetically beautiful compositions and his sublime colouring. Taylor’s take on A New Hope really has that classic feel while emphasizing aspects of the story, such as Vader’s looming presence and grip over the galaxy.
This stunning screen print with metallic gold ink, the Hand-numbered timed edition print is available from The Bottleneck Gallery, and officially licensed by Acme Archives
This Star Wars: The Last Jediposter is so impressive, you’d be mistaken into thinking it was an ‘official’Last Jedi Poster, but it’s just fan art, but it’s by no ordinary fan, Preedee Thinnakorn Na Ayudhya is a professional Advertising Image Manipulator and Retoucher with 10 Years experience in the industry.