lunes, 28 de noviembre de 2011
Dark Horse Unveils 2012 Star Wars Plans
Direct from New York Comic Con, Dark Horse Comics announced its most exciting Star Wars titles, set for release in for 2012.
http://laguerradelasgalaxias-starwars.blogspot.com/ Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic . . .War
The Knights of the Old Republic video games and comics chronicle one of the most popular eras in Star Wars, making Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic—War the perfect entry point into the Star Wars galaxy.
The Republic and the Mandalorians are at war! Following the charismatic Revan, Jedi are joining the fight, despite the noninterference stance of the Council. One Jedi, however, has found himself on the front lines against his wishes—the peace-loving Zayne Carrick has been drafted!
Written by Star Wars master John Jackson Miller, with cover art by Benjamin Carré and a variant cover by Dave Wilkins, Knights of the Old Republic—War doesn’t just mark the return of one of the most popular eras in Star Wars video games and comics—it is an entry point for any reader interested in Star Wars!
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic—War is on sale January 11, 2012.
Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi
Series creators John Ostrander and Jan Duursema have gone from the future of Star Wars (Legacy) to the beginnings of that galaxy far, far away to reveal the mythic age of the Jedi’s origin. This is the Star Wars era of legend! Launching with a #0 issue, which will serve as the official guide for readers -Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi is the perfect jumping on point for any fan of Star Wars.
Here’s your first look at the Star Wars of 25,000 years ago—before there were lightsabers, when the ties to the Force were new, and before the Jedi spread out into the galaxy. It began with the mysterious pyramid ships—the Tho Yor—scattered to the eight corners of the galaxy, and ended with the establishment of an Order that would change the universe forever.
On the planet Tython, in the center of the galaxy, an order of warrior monks strives to maintain peace and to balance the mysterious power known as the Force. But a stranger is coming—one who will destroy both peace and balance, and open the galaxy to exploration and conquest. This is where it all begins.
Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi #0 is on sale 1 February 2012
Star Wars: Darth Vader & The Ghost Prison
Darth Vader is back and kicking ass in the brand new series announced today at New York Comic Con by Dark Horse Comics.
The upcoming 5-issue series is slated to be released next May and will be written by Haden Blackman, with artwork by Agustin Alessio.
Ghost Prison takes place a year after Revenge of the Sith and will showcase Darth Vader’s impact on the galaxy in ways fans have never seen. Darth Vader will serve the Emperor to the best of his abilities, after all – Darth Vader makes no mistakes.
Ghost Prison also marks the return of Star Wars character Moff Trachta who will be vital to how the series unfolds.
Star Wars: Darth Vader and The Ghost Prison is in stores May 2012.
Star Wars: Blood Ties – Boba Fett is Dead
Established Star Wars writer Tom Taylor is back with another stunning Blood Ties series to be released in April 2012.
“Boba Fett is dead. The most infamous hunter in the galaxy has been hunted. He’s lying, broken, on the desert floor. He’s more blaster-holes than man. It’s the ultimate ending. However, this is just the start of our story. With the fall of Fett broadcast across the galaxy, someone rises to avenge him. But who would care about the death of a man like Fett? Bounty hunters aren’t exactly known for their enduring, close friendships but even a man like Boba Fett has family… and now a Blood Tie demands blood.” -Tom Taylor
Star Wars: Knight Errant – Escape
The next installment of the sunning Knight Errant series was announced today. Star Wars: Knight Errant – Escapewill launch in June 2012 for a 5-issue arc.
Fan favorite John Jackson Miller is writing the series, with artwork from penciller, Marco Castiello, inking by Vincenzo Acunzo, colors by Michael Atiyeh and lettering by Michael Heiser.
John Jackson Miller’s Knight Errant novel for Del Rey was a New York Times Bestseller.