This was a story that Bleeding Cool ran last week, looking at Joe Books’ solicitations for September 2016. We received word from Joe Books that Disney wasn’t happy. That the Star Wars Rebels book wasn’t a comic, but a “cinestory”. And could we change the title? A cinestory, is when you take the actual screencaps… Read more »
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Canadian publisher Joe Books has a roaring trade in adapting Disney and Pixar movies as comic books – and now Dreamworks as well. The Disney Princess and Frozen titles in particular get a lot of attention. Well, now it’s time for Star Wars. As Marvel Comics stops their Star Wars Rebels title, so Joe Books… Read more »
Disney and Lucasfilm announced today that the second season of Star Wars Rebels will come to DVD and Blu-ray on August 30th. Rebels continues to focus on the crew of the smuggler ship Ghost as they become increasingly involved in the activities of the emerging Rebel Alliance. For young Ezra, it also means coming to… Read more »
I hope you weren’t expecting much in the way of Star Wars news out of this year’s EA E3 press conference. We just got a sizzle real for the future of EA’ Star Wars projects under the publisher’s banner. There was a big moment of note though. We got a brief look at one shot… Read more »
In a new trailer for LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures, the legend of the Kyber Saber is revealed. It’s a powerful weapon the Emperor would love to get his desiccated hands on. Unfortunately, the situation goes over the head of the Rowan Freemaker. LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures debuts on Disney XD on… Read more »
We live in a world where game design is getting ever accessible, which is great. We’ve seen the indie scene grow so very fast and powerful, and it is great to watch happen. However, as developers who are fans of properties decide to mess around with licences, we are seeing the rules of copyright bend… Read more »
Jonathan Rich writes for BleedingCool.com Like many of you reading this, I was obsessed with the original Star Wars films as I was growing up. However I took my devotion to a galaxy far, far, away beyond collecting the comic books, action figures, vehicles and playsets, and wrote letters to the Official Star Wars Fan… Read more »
Comics and Cosplay here at Bleeding Cooling to teach you all about Cosplay tips. They write… In this new episode of comics and cosplay, Salim shows of the first part of his Captain Phasma helmet build from Star Wars the Force Awakens. Plus he shows how to use SCIGRIP to weld 3D printed parts together… Read more »
Money had certainly been spent on it. It would have been a big seller for the publisher. So why exactly was it that the Star Wars: Rogue One mini-series and one-shot comics from Marvel were cancelled months after being announced? I’m told it’s all down to rewrites. Re-writes, reshoots, changes to the movie and no… Read more »
Image Comics will be announcing June 29th as Millar Day, to celebrate the comic book work of Mark Millar, and are giving retailers discount off a number of his collected works. Yesterday on his forum, Mark Millar also teased a number of upcoming comics and what we are to expect coming up.. A reveal on… Read more »
Everything I have seen from LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens suggests that Tt Games is really trying to expand their formula. From new stories to new game mechanics, it seems this one might push the boat out in ways LEGO games some times struggle to. One of the characters getting expanded story content is… Read more »
One of the big complaints about Star Wars: Battlefront was its lack of substantial options for single players. There was no campaign, instead having just a few little tutorial missions, leaving many fans quite unhappy. Well, EA have now announced why the game didn’t have a campaign – and it is for the reason you… Read more »
ComicBook.com have noticed that the planned Rogue One prequel comic, a three part series and a one shot, has been cancelled by Marvel before it could be published. They cite that all bookstore orders for the collection have been canceled by retailers, including Amazon. Marvel had problems with the Force Awakens-continuity C-3PO Special that explained how the… Read more »
From the German website Jedi-Bibliotek via the British JediNews details for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story have emerged through advance book solicitation details This team of “heroes of the Rebel Alliance” is sent to steal the plans of the First Death Star: Felicity Jones plays Jyn Erso, a gifted soldier and warrior. Diego Luna plays… Read more »
Your first look at Scott Koblish‘s Millenium Falcon variant cover for Star Wars: Han Solo. One copy can be ordered by retailers for every ten standard copies they order.
While Star Wars: Battlefront failed to impress everyone, I think it’s hard to deny that the game gets a lot of things right. It looks amazing, and often, it felt convincing too. It’s major problems felt more structural, things that could be helped in future versions of the games. Well, unsurprisingly, it looks like another in… Read more »
In celebration of May the Fourth, Tony Award Nominee and musical sensation Hamilton mastermind Lin-Manuel Miranda performed his contribution to Star Wars: The Force Awakens — with his backing band and director J.J. Abrams in tow — in front of fans hoping to get tickets to tonight’s performance of Hamilton (via The Verge). According to… Read more »
After Disney took over the Star Wars licence, they quickly passed off video game duties, at least in the AAA space, to EA. And, boy. are EA capitalizing. On top of DICE’s work on Battlefront, Uncharted‘s ex-creative lead Amy Hennig is working on another Star Wars game with Visceral. And now we can add yet another project to… Read more »
May the 4th is Star Wars holiday, as perpetuated by fandom (and quite a few marketing teams.) You can bet your bottom dollar that that means we are going to see Star Wars stuff today. And indeed, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens has capitalized with this new trailer. It’s actually pretty cool too. It covers… Read more »
Tomorrow is May The Fourth. Star Wars Day. And John Tylor Christopher is launching two of his variant covers that are likely to be in big demand. An action figure variant cover for Star Wars: Han Solo #1. We’re talking Han from “The Empire Strikes Back.” We’re talking Cloud-City-cool Han (and I don’t mean the frozen-in-carbonite thing)…. Read more »
Tomorrow is Star Wars Day. Which gives you 24 hours to make a BB-8 of your very own… …okay, you can make a start at least. This is just part one.
Here is a fun little video that basically shows us Star Wars: The Force Awakens as done with emojis. Be warned though, if you are one of the seventy-two people who haven’t seen this film yet and are planning to… there are spoilers. Just not THAT spoiler. And it was posted by Disney.
May Day! This is the Top Ten Bleeding Cool Bestseller List, as compiled by a number of comic stores from their sales on Wednesday and Thursday. It measures what are known as the “Wednesday Warriors”, those who can’t wait to the weekend to get this week’s comics. We salute you, and the keenness you bring… Read more »