IGN misreported on this and I got upset at first, they said that series would completely ignore the events of Episodes V and VI and tell a new take on the OT sequels; but if instead this series indeed just bridges the gap between episodes IV and V I'm cool with it specially with Brian Wood writi
Yeah, it's not a reboot, but it's being written without the foreshadowing of things to come (as if Dark Horse--rather than Marvel--had just acquired the license to Star Wars in 1977), IMO.
Always remember this stuff isn't real.
I do believe I have a New Hope that there will still be comics for me after the meltdown that will be MarvelNo. Thank you Dark Horse!
I Dig: Hawkeye, Hank Pym, Squirrel Girl, Moon Knight, Songbird, Wiccan, Pixie, the Underbolts and Avengers Academy (RIP Stature)
Star Wars: Dark Times,
Richard Stark's Parker by Darwyn Cooke,
Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye
JL, JLI, Aquaman, Flash, Green Arrow, Batman, Detective Comics, B: TDK, Batman and Robin, Action Comics, Superboy, Green Lantern, GLC, GL: NG, RL, Teen Titans, Men of War, JLD
im in as well
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As it is, I can't wait for this myself.
Well, looks like I'm paying money my first Star Wars, um, anything since, oh, the Special Edition trilogy.
"'Kirby got a shitty contract too, so get over it' isn't a great tagline."
Okay can someone explain what this is about? Is it taking place between the movies or what?
Man this looks good. The Alex Ross cover for #1 doesn't hurt either. Can't wait for this one. It's been a long time since I've been excited about a Darkhorse comic.
Pull List: Transformers, Green Lantern, Batman Inc, Justice League, East of West and Deathmatch.
I wonder if previous Dark Horse series like rebellion or empire will be referenced or if 1, will not be touched, or completely ignored, or are now out of continuity. That or will they start writing like the clone wars cartoon, that dont care any other previous work.
might be tempted to check this out for a few issues.
man, Wood has lots on his plate doesn't he? 5 monthly books if i'm not mistaken...