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October 2010

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The following news items were posted on Star Wars Books during October 2010:
Knight Errant #5 cover revealed:
Posted: 29th October
In their latest blog entry[External site - opens in a new window/tab], Dark Horse Comics has revealed the cover for the fifth and final issue of Knight Errant: Aflame.
Knight Errant: Aflame #5 is expected to be released in early February 2011.

Preview for Knight Errant #2:
Posted: 28th October
Dark Horse Comics has posted a six-page preview[External site - opens in a new window/tab] for the second issue of Knight Errant: Aflame by John Jackson Miller with art by Federico Dallocchio:

Jedi Knight Kerra Holt thought she was prepared for anything that could happen on the volunteer mission that took her deep into Sith space. But now, trapped behind enemy lines, Kerra looks toward a life without the support of the Republic...and if her headstrong ways continue to lead her actions, she may end up without any support at all!

Knight Errant: Aflame #2 is due for release on 10th November 2010.


New Releases:
Posted: 28th October
Star Wars Galaxy Comic #1
Premier Comic Book
Titan Comics ( [UK] )
Featuring reprints of Invasion: Refugees, Purge: The Hidden Blade & The Old Republic: Threat of Peace.

The Clone Wars: Villains
Hardback Pop-Up Storybook (14 pages)
Grosset & Dunlap
( [ US ] )
The adventure continues as the villains rise to power in this companion to the amazing Heroes pop-up storybook. Experience the power of the dark side with nine three-dimensional pop-ups of fan favorites such as General Grievous and Assaj Ventress along with fifteen different comic book–style stories.


New Releases:
Posted: 27th October
Blood Ties: Jango & Boba Fett #3 (part 3 of 4)
Comic Book by Tom Taylor, Chris Scalf et al.
Dark Horse Comics ( [US] & [UK] [import])
Approximately 2 years before the Battle of Yavin:
Boba Fett has discovered that his father left a legacy to someone Boba has never heard of. He manages to track down the man, but if he is to learn the reasons behind Jango's posthumous generosity...more

Invasion: Rescues #5 (part 5 of 6)
Comic Book by Tom Taylor, Colin Wilson et al.
Dark Horse Comics ( [US] & [UK] [import])
Approximately 25 years after the Battle of Yavin:
Kaye Galfridian has taken command of a New Republic army, but her first mission has forced her to fight against some of the very refugees she has come to rescue!...more


New Releases:
Posted: 26th October
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 2
DVD and Blu-Ray Box Set
LucasFilm Animation ( [US] )
Between 22 and 19 years before the Battle of Yavin:
Collating all 22 episodes from The Clone Wars Season 2 on DVD and high definition Blu-Ray with added bonus features.

Death Troopers
Paperback Novel by Joe Schreiber
Del Rey ( [US] )
Approximately 1 year before the Battle of Yavin:
Pressed into action by Emperor Palpatine, Imperial forces have stepped up efforts to hunt down and imprison Rebel sympathizers, shipping them off to newly formed detainment moons via huge prison barges. By necessity these barges are floating chambers of degradation and vice...more

Star Wars Insider #121
Magazine
Titan Magazines ( [US] )
Featuring exclusive concept art from  The Force Unleashed II video game, plus latest news from The Clone Wars animated series and The Old Republic MMO video game.


New Release:
Posted: 25th October
Lost Tribe of the Sith: Purgatory
e-Book Novella by John Jackson Miller
Del Rey ( [US] & [UK] )
Approximately 5,000 years before the Battle of Yavin:
The mighty Sith dynasty founded on the planet Kesh by the survivors of the shipwrecked Omen has endured for a thousand years and so has the merciless Sith code, which prizes power above all else. Lady Orielle Kitai enjoys power as the scion of a noble family...more
The fifth title in the Lost Tribe of the Sith series is available for free download from StarWars.com[External site - opens in a new window/tab].

Video guide to Millennium Falcon: A 3-D Owner's Guide:
Posted: 25th October
Keeper of the Star Wars Holocron, Leland Chee, presents his own guide to Millennium Falcon: A 3-D Owner's Guide by Chris Trevas and Chris Reiff which was published in August by Scholastic Books:

For more video guides to various Star Wars books visit Star Wars Books' YouTube Channel[External site - opens in a new window/tab].
(Source: via ClubJade.net[External site - opens in a new window/tab])


The Clone Wars: The Way of the Warrior
Posted: 24th October
As reported by Eddie van der Heijden at TheForce.Net[External site - opens in a new window/tab], The Clone Wars: The Way of the Warrior story book from Sunbird is now available to order from WHSmith online[External site - opens in a new window/tab] in the UK.
First announced by StarWars.com[External site - opens in a new window/tab] back in August, The Clone Wars: The Way of the Warrior is a thrilling story where a customized avatar draws upon all their skills and courage to outwit an evil bounty hunter. To create an avatar, the individual makes a choice between siding with the Republic to become a Jedi or joining the forces of darkness to adopt the guise of a Sith. The book can be personalized by selecting facial features along with hair style and color to create a likeness. The customized character will appear throughout the story alongside iconic figures such as Yoda, Anakin and Count Dooku.
A US version will be available later this Fall.

First look at Star Wars: Choices of One:
Posted: 22nd October
StarWars.com has posted the cover art[External site - opens in a new window/tab] for Timothy Zahn's Star Wars: Choices of One novel due next summer. Although the cover art by John Van Fleet is not final, it is "close enough to share".
Star Wars: Choices of One is set to be "a classic Star Wars adventure set in the time between A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back, featuring Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia and Mara Jade". It is due for hardback release in July 2011 and marks the return of Zahn during the 20th Anniversary of the publication of his first Star Wars book in 1991, Heir to the Empire.
(Source: StarWars.com[External site - opens in a new window/tab])

Ostrander & Duursema discuss Legacy's legacy and its future:
Posted: 22nd October
ComicBookResources.com has posted an interview[External site - opens in a new window/tab] with Star Wars: Legacy creators John Ostrander and Jan Duursema.
In the interview Ostrander and Duursema discuss the legacy that their stories has created for both themselves, publisher Dark Horse Comics and the fans. They also take time to talk about Legacy's future in the upcoming six-part mini-series Legacy: War that begins in December.

Previews for Blood Ties: Jango & Boba Fett #3 and Invasion: Rescues #5:
Posted: 21st October
Dark Horse Comics has posted three-page previews for Blood Ties: Jango & Boba Fett #3[External site - opens in a new window/tab] and Invasion: Rescues #5[External site - opens in a new window/tab]. In Blood Ties: Jango & Boba Fett #3 (of 4) Boba Fett has discovered that his father left a legacy to someone Boba has never heard of. He manages to track down the man, but if he is to learn the reasons behind Jango's posthumous generosity, Boba Fett must first save the man from an army of bounty hunters who want the guy's head! While in Invasion: Rescues #5 (of 6) Kaye Galfridian has taken command of a New Republic army, but her first mission has forced her to fight against some of the very refugees she has come to rescue! Mutated by Yuuzhan Vong bioengineering, the refugees have become monstrous killing machines who can only be "saved" by death.
Both comic books are due to be released on 27th October.

New Release:
Posted: 21st October
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Comic #13
Comic Book
Titan Comics ( [UK] )
Between 22 and 19 years before the Battle of Yavin:
Featuring an original short comic story The Guns of Nar Hekka plus puzzles, games and free cover gift.

Knight Errant: Influx now online at StarWars.com:
Posted: 19th October
StarWars.com[External site - opens in a new window/tab] has posted Knight Errant: Influx, short story prequel to the John Jackson Miller's new comic and novel series Knight Errant. Set prior to the events of Knight Errant: Aflame #1 (released last week by Dark Horse Comics), it serves to introduce characters and themes for both comics readers and readers of the forthcoming novel, Knight Errant, due out in paperback in January in the US.

Lost Tribe of the Sith: Purgatory available from 25th October:
Posted: 19th October (UPDATED: 21st October)
Sue Rostoni, LucasBooks' Executive Editor, has announced via StarWars.com Forums[External site - opens in a new window/tab] that the fifth Lost Tribe of the Sith story by John Jackson Miller, Purgatory, will be available for free download from Monday 25th October. Sue also stated that the story's cover and synopsis should be published soon on StarWars.com.

UPDATE (21st Oct.): StarWars.com[External site - opens in a new window/tab] has posted details of the cover and a brief synopsis for Purgatory:

The mighty Sith dynasty founded on the planet Kesh by the survivors of the shipwrecked Omen has endured for a thousand years -- and so has the merciless Sith code, which prizes power above all else. Lady Orielle Kitai enjoys power as the scion of a noble family and member of the elite Sith Sabers. But Lillia Venn, as reigning Grand Lord of the Sith, possesses absolute power, and is determined to keep it.
When a failed regicide sparks a political, and literal,  bloodbath, and suspicion falls on Orielle, she is swiftly condemned to slavery by the ruthless Grand Lord Venn. But seeing the cunning power play for what it is, Orielle vows to strike back. And at the ramshackle home of a poor dirt farmer with an astounding secret, she discovers the means to make her vengeance a devastating reality.


New Release:
Posted: 13th October
Knight Errant: Aflame #1 (part 1 of 5)
Comic Book by John Jackson Miller, Federico Dallocchio, Michael Atiyeh et al.
Dark Horse Comics ( [US] & [UK] [import])
Approximately 1,032 years before the Battle of Yavin:
A newly knighted Jedi on her first mission, eighteen-year-old Kerra Holt has joined a band of Jedi volunteers traveling deep behind enemy lines, with no support from the Republic and little chance of survival. She thinks she is prepared for anything. She's wrong...more
The first issue in an exciting new series set 1,000 years before The Phantom Menace!

Extended synopsis for Red Harvest:
Posted: 12th October
Publisher Del Rey has updated their listing page[External site - opens in a new window/tab] for Joe Schreiber's second Star Wars horror novel Red Harvest with an extended synopsis. The first synopsis appeared back in June in Random House's Spring 2011 Catalogue but this new synopsis is more than twice as long. As it contains potential spoilers, highlight between arrow heads to read:

>>>The era of the Old Republic is a dark and dangerous time, as Jedi Knights valiantly battle the Sith Lords and their ruthless armies. But the Sith have disturbing plans—and none more so than the fulfillment of Darth Scabrous’s fanatical dream, which is about to become nightmarish reality.
Unlike those other Jedi sidelined to the Agricultural Corps—young Jedi whose abilities have not proved up to snuff—Hestizo Trace possesses one extraordinary Force talent: a gift with plants. Suddenly her quiet existence among greenhouse and garden specimens is violently destroyed by the arrival of an emissary from Darth Scabrous. For the rare black orchid that she has nurtured and bonded with is the final ingredient in an ancient Sith formula that promises to grant Darth Scabrous his greatest desire.
But at the heart of the formula is a never-before-seen virus that’s worse than fatal—it doesn’t just kill, it transforms. Now the rotting, ravenous dead are rising, driven by a bloodthirsty hunger for all things living—and commanded by a Sith Master with an insatiable lust for power and the ultimate prize: immortality . . . no matter the cost.
<<<

Red Harvest by Joe Schreiber is due for release in hardback in the US on December 28th while his first Star Wars horror novel, Death Troopers, is due for release in paperback in the US on 26th October.
(Source: RandomHouse.com[External site - opens in a new window/tab] via NJOE.com[External site - opens in a new window/tab])


New Release:
Posted: 12th October
The Making of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
Hardback Book by J. W. Rinzler
Del Rey ( [US] ); Aurum Press ( [UK] )
J.W. Rinzler uses his unprecedented access to the Lucasfilm archives, and their treasure trove of never-before-published photos, design sketches, paintings, production notes, interviews, anecdotes, and scripts, to take us back thirty years to relive the entire production process...more

Dark Horse NOT to release a 'new' SW comic book series every month in 2011:
Posted: 8th October (UPDATED: 9th October)
At the Diamond Retailer Breakfast meeting at New York Comic-Con, Dark Horse Comics announced that, as part of their 25th Anniversary year in 2011 and also to celebrate their 20th Anniversary of publishing Star Wars comics, they will release one new Star Wars comic book series every month for the entire year.
New series already announced include Darth Vader and the Lost Command by Haden Blackman (beginning in January) and Crimson Empire III by Mike Richardson and Randy Stradley (due to start in March). While at Celebration V, Dark Horse Comics announced that once the miniseries Legacy: War had finished its 6-issue run (probably in May), series creators John Ostrander and Jan Duursema would be working on something completely different - this leaves a seven month window in which they could release their new series before the end of 2011. Also announced at Celebration V, was the release of a 20th Anniversary Edition of Tom Veitch and Cam Kennedy's iconic series Dark Empire in 2011 - although how 'new' the re-issue of a 20-year old series could be described is debatable.
Given that Dark Horse Comics has previously stated that they would launch eight new Star Wars series next year, and not twelve (one for every month as speculated at New York Comic-Con), we must assume that the remaining four months of the year must be for the return of existing series such as Dark Times (possibly beginning February), Invasion (possibly starting in August), a new Blood Ties miniseries and the possibility that one month may also include the release of the 20th Anniversary Edition of Dark Empire.
(Source: BleedingCool.com[External site - opens in a new window/tab])

UPDATE (9th Oct.): Randy Stradley, Dark Horse Comics' Senior Editor has clarified that Dark Horse Comics do not have plans to launch twelve new Star Wars comic book stories in 2011, never mind one per month. In a statement made to EUCantina.net[External site - opens in a new window/tab] he said:

At best, my proposed schedule had eight new Star Wars series (and “new” includes the next arcs of existing series like Star Wars: Invasion and Dark Times) total. Spread across the year. Some things on that schedule have already started to move, though none (so far) have fallen out of 2011. But there was never a plan for twelve new Star Wars series in 2011.

While on Dark Horse Comics' Message Boards[External site - opens in a new window/tab] Randy wrote:

We do not, and never did, have plans to release a new Star Wars series each month in 2011. We do have new series planned, but not 12.

And explained how the original statement made at New York Comic-Con appears to have been misconstrued:

At the Retailers' breakfast, Dark Horse PR guy Jeremy Barlow, after mentioning that there were going to be a bunch of new Star Wars series launching in 2011, said something like "there will be comics from at least one new series every month." That somehow got misconstrued as "one new series launching every month."


Comics for December, New Year and beyond:
Posted: 8th October
In their latest solicitations, Dark Horse Comics has announced the following Star Wars comics due for release in December, January and March:

Invasion: Rescues #6 (of 6)
Comic book by Tom Taylor, Colin Wilson, Wes Dzioba, Jo Chen
Approximately 25 years after the Battle of Yavin
The rescues have all been attempted, and the rescuers—Finn Galfridian and his sister Kaye—have learned fateful lessons about the Yuuzhan Vong invaders.
But Finn has also learned a secret about his mother and received clues about the mystery surrounding him. Finn knows that someday he must go back to the fight to free his homeworld from the invaders, as well as return to Luke Skywalker’s Jedi Academy and complete his Jedi training. But first he has a mission that he must complete in order to complete himself...

Available: December 15th 2010

Knight Errant: Aflame #4 (of 5)
Comic book by John Jackson Miller, Ivan Rodriguez, Belardino Brabo, Marcio Loezer, Michael Atiyeh, Joe Quinones
Approximately 1,032 years before the Battle of Yavin
Jedi Kerra Holt prevented the destruction of the mining colony of Chelloa…but she also began a Sith-on-Sith war, and the colony is in the middle! Complete annihilation has not come to the planet of Chelloa by the hand of Sith Lord Odion, but a war between him and his rival brother, Lord Daiman, might not leave much of the planet for either of them to rule. It’s up to Kerra to find the advantage in the rivalry between the two Sith.
Available: January 12th 2011

Legacy: War #2 (of 6)
Comic book by John Ostrander, Jan Duursema, Dan Parsons, Brad Anderson
Approximately 137 years after the Battle of Yavin
It’s all-out war as the Sith Empire unleashes its forces—and its secret weapons—on the rest of the galaxy. As Emperor-in-Exile Roan Fel loses ground against the Sith, he plots to use the enemy’s own devices against them—regardless of the cost in innocent lives.
Meanwhile, Cade Skywalker has a plan to draw out Darth Krayt for a showdown, a Sith spy within Fel’s ranks is revealed, and Fel’s own spy meets her fate!

Available: January 26th 2011

Darth Vader and the Lost Command #1 (of 6)
Comic book by Haden Blackman, Rick Leonardi, Dan Green, Wes Dzioba, Tsuneo Sanda, Douglas Wheatley
Between 19 and 2 years before the Battle of Yavin
Still haunted by the events in Revenge of the Sith, Darth Vader must set aside his past and put his future on hold for a mission to the mysterious Ghost Nebula to locate—and if possible, rescue—a missing Imperial expeditionary force.
But what seems a perfect opportunity to lose himself in his duty is complicated by two factors: he is paired with a willful yet highly competent co-commander, and the officer they are being sent to locate is the son of Vader’s rising nemesis, Moff Tarkin
.
Available: January 26th 2011

The Old Republic Volume 1: Blood of the Empire
Graphic Novel by Alexander Freed, Dave Ross, Mark McKenna, Michael Atiyeh, Benjamin Carré
Approximately 3,678 years before the Battle of Yavin
Collating all three issues from The Old Republic: Blood of the Empire comic book series.
Available: March 2nd 2011


New Release:
Posted: 7th October
The Clone Wars: Defenders of the Republic
Paperback Children's Novel by Rob Valois
Grosset & Dunlap ( [US] )
Between 22 and 19 years before the Battle of Yavin:
This children's novel follows a group of clone troopers as they rise through the ranks from cadets, to rookies, and all the way to elite ARC troopers.

New Release:
Posted: 6th October
The Old Republic #4 (Blood of the Empire - part 1 of 3)
Comic Book by Alexander Freed et al.
Dark Horse Comics ( [US] & [UK] [import])
Approximately 3,678 years before the Battle of Yavin:
A Sith apprentice pitted against a Republic army; an alien slave caught in the crossfire; a mysterious true-blood on a journey through the crime-ridden streets of Peragus spaceport. These individuals will fall under the shadow of the Emperor and the Dark Council, and their actions will define the future.

EUCantina interview Sean Williams:
Posted: 5th October
Affiliate EUCantina.net has posted their interview[External site - opens in a new window/tab] with Sean Williams, author of The Force Unleashed II novelisation and The Old Republic: Fatal Alliance.
In the interview they discuss Sean's Star Wars novels, including both The Force Unleashed II novelisation and The Old Republic: Fatal Alliance, and as such the interview does contain some minor spoilers.
To read the interview, click here[External site - opens in a new window/tab].

New Releases:
Posted: 5th October
The Force Unleashed II
Hardback Novel by Sean Williams (also available as Audio Book)
Del Rey ( [US] ); Titan Books ( [UK] )
Approximately 2 years before the Battle of Yavin:
Juno mourned Starkiller as dead...but now he is back, purged of all memories and programmed to kill. And as fate brings Juno and Starkiller closer to reuniting, with Darth Vader determined not to lose his assassin a second time, they will both have to make a stand. The prize is freedom...more

The Force Unleashed II
Graphic Novel by Haden Blackman et al.
Titan Books ( [UK] )
Approximately 2 years before the Battle of Yavin:
More than just a comic adaptation of The Force Unleashed II video game, this comic story contains a parallel story featuring Boba Fett...more

The Clone Wars Magazine #1
Comic Magazine
Titan Magazines
( [US] )
Between 22 and 19 years before the Battle of Yavin:
Featuring an original short comic story, The Droid Deception, plus puzzles, games and features on The Clone Wars Season 3.


John Jackson Miller discusses Knight Errant with ComicBookResources.com:
Posted: 4th October
John Jackson Miller, author of the forthcoming Knight Errant comic and novel series from Dark Horse Comics and Del Rey books, has discussed his new series with ComicBookResources.com[External site - opens in a new window/tab].
Also included is a preview of the first eight-pages from the first issue of Knight Errant: Aflame, the five-part comic story that begins with the release of issue #1 on 13th October.
As this interview discuss some aspects of Knight Errant it therefore contains possible spoilers.

Choose the title for a Star Wars novel:
Posted: 8th October (UPDATED: 11th October)
Publisher Del Rey are asking Star Wars fans to choose the release title for Michael Reaves and Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff upcoming novel. Although more commonly known by its working title, Star Wars: Holostar, Del Rey are asking fans to vote[External site - opens in a new window/tab] for one of three title choices: Star Wars: Shadow Games, Star Wars: Pursuit, and Star Wars: Shadow Play.
To help fans decide on which title they prefer Del Rey has also released the first synopsis for this novel due Fall 2011:

Stranded on Tatooine with a broken-down hyperdrive, Dash Rendar and crew—his Nautolan copilot, Eaden Vrill, and a droid named Leebo—have to find a way to raise credits. It comes in the lovely form of Javul Charn, a multi-talented human holostar being stalked by an over-zealous fan. She needs bodyguards to protect her during her tour along the Corellian Run; Dash needs credits. It’s a perfect match… until things begin to go wrong—seriously and dangerously wrong. By the time Dash realizes that the threat to Javul is not what it seems, he’s in up to his neck in a conspiracy that goes much deeper than anything he would have signed up for. Even with the help of his hated rival—Han Solo—will Dash be able to protect this spoiled entertainer, all the while being reminded that he couldn’t protect his own family?

UPDATE (11th Oct.): Voting has now closed and Del Rey has announced that the title selected with the greatest amount of votes was Star Wars: Shadow Games with just over 41% of the share of the votes cast. Thus the title of Michael Reaves and Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff upcoming novel due in paperback in the Fall next year will be titled Star Wars: Shadow Games.
(Source: Suvudu.com[External site - opens in a new window/tab])


First look at The Clone Wars Magazine #2:
Posted: 3rd October
With the first issue of Star Wars: The Clone Wars Magazine available this coming week in the US, Affiliate Partner TFAW.com[External site - opens in a new window/tab] has given us a first look at the cover and contents of the second issue due early December:

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Magazine bursts with all the action and adventure of the smash-hit Cartoon Network show! As well as the latest picture-packed news from the third season, this issue is crammed with character guides, features, puzzles, technology, posters, how-to-draw sections and the best of our reader letters, photos and drawings! All this, plus an awesome comic strip, as Anakin dives into the depths of Coruscant to rescue Padmé!

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Magazine issue #2 features the short comic story In Triplicate by Rik Hoskin with art by Tanya Roberts and will be available from 7th December in the US.


Knight Errant #1 teaser by Dark Horse Comics:
Posted: 2nd October
In their latest blog entry[External site - opens in a new window/tab], Dark Horse Comics teases readers with two preview pages containing pencil drawings from the first issue of Knight Errant: Aflame. While author John Jackson Miller discusses working on both the Knight Errant comic series and the novel: Working on both the comics series and the novel has resulted a lot of extra care and attention to the realms we’re visiting. Daiman’s and Odion’s worldviews are expressed in everything from their outfits to their space fleets; we’ve even got a Star Wars Atlas special coming up for StarWars.com, showing what’s where (as far as the Jedi know).
Knight Errant: Aflame is due for release on 13th October while the novel is due in the US on 25th January 2011.

The Force Unleashed II graphic novel preview:
Posted: 1st October (UPDATED: 5th October)
Although available in the US since Wednesday, Dark Horse Comics has only just now posted a four-page preview[External site - opens in a new window/tab] of The Force Unleashed II graphic novel, as written by Haden Blackman with art by Omar Francia.
Haden's comic adaptation of LucasArts' videogame story is a parallel story as seen through the eyes of bounty hunter Boba Fett, rather than the main protagonist Starkiller.
You can view the four-page preview here[External site - opens in a new window/tab].

UPDATE (5th Oct.): StarWars.com has posted a five-page preview[External site - opens in a new window/tab] of The Force Unleashed II graphic novel.


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