Chuck Wendig


Dark Visions: A New Darth Vader Mini from Marvel in the Shadow of Chuck Wendig

Following the firing of writer Chuck Wendig and subsequent cancellation of his planned Darth Vader series, Shadow of Vader, Marvel has announced a brand new five-issue Darth Vader miniseries called Darth Vader: Dark Visions. Set to hit stores in March, the book will be written by Dennis Hopeless with art on issue 1 by Paolo […]


Chelsea Cain Responds to Chuck Wendig’s Marvel Firing With One Word: Union

This week, the comics community was rocked by a scandal that people will be talking about for some time. Yes, that’s right, dear reader, Wendig went. Author Chuck Wendig was fired by Marvel in the middle of the just-announced Star Wars: Shadow of Vader mini-series, according to Wendig, due to his tweets consisting of “too […]

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Chuck Wendig Says He Was Fired from Marvel Star Wars Comics for Politics

Chuck Wendig was set to launch a new Marvel Star Wars Comic, Shadow of Darth Vader, in February, but it looks like he’s already been taken off the book before the first issue hits stands. According to Wendig, he’s been removed from Shadow of Vader as of issue #4, and also another Star Wars book that […]


Darth Vader Annual #2 Review: A Brutal Prequel to Rogue One

Grand Moff Tarkin discovers Darth Vader scouring the data vaults on Scarif. Vader wants to know about Project Stardust, but Tarkin isn’t happy about this intrusion. Tarkin, with the help of the Emperor, informs Lord Vader that he is to assist Tarkin in any way he can, and this leads the Dark Lord to Geonosis, […]

Writer’s Commentary – Chuck Wendig On Turok #1

Dynamite has sent over a writer’s commentary by Chuck Wendig, where he looks at the first issue of the new Turok series. Cover by Aaron Lopresti, interiors by Alvaro Sarraseca. The fascist Saurian soldiers of the Varanid Empire-part dinosaur, part man, all bad news-have seized control of the Lost Valley, and only the mysterious man known […]

Exclusive Advanced Look Inside Turok #1

Yesterday, Dynamite announced their new Turok series from writer Chuck Wendig and artist Álvaro Sarraseca. Today we have an exclusive look inside the first issue with three black and white pages from Sarraseca. Also below you can see the covers by covers by Aaron Lopresti, Álvaro Sarraseca, Aaron Conley, and Andy Belanger. Turok #1 will ship in […]

Chuck Wendig To Write New Turok Series For Dynamite

Following along with The Sovereigns and the new Magnus series, Dynamite has announced the return of Turok in a new series from writer Chuck Wendig (Star Wars: Aftermath, Hyperion) and artist Álvaro Sarraseca (Witchblade). With the debut issue set for release in August 2, 2017, Turok #1 also features a bonus Doc Spektor back-up story by […]


Yes, It’s True: Jar Jar Binks Is Officially Returning To Star Wars

Beloved Star Wars prequel character Jar Jar Binks is making his long-awaited triumphant return to the Star Wars universe… in the pages of a book. Oh yeah, that’s right, we said in a book. And just in a single interlude chapter at that! What are you gonna do about it, @FilmClickbait?! According to a story currently circling the […]

Nik Virella Quickdraws Hyperion

Nik Virella got her start with Marvel when she was tapped to work with Cullen Bunn on Return of the Living Deadpool. She then worked on 1872 with Gerry Duggan and now on Hyperion with Chuck Wendig. She is the latest artist to be featured in a Marvel Quickdraw, as we see her working on […]

Dark Circle’s Newest On-Going, The Shield, Continues This Week

Dark Circle’s newest on-going series, The Shield, continues this week with a second issue by writers Adam Christopher and Chuck Wendig. THE SHIELD #2 “Daughter of the Revolution, Part 2” Running out of places to hide, the Shield discovers she is not without allies. Detective Nicole Simmons seems to know exactly who—and what—the Shield is, […]

A Look Inside Dark Circle’s The Shield #2

Dark Circle has sent over some preview pages for the second issue of their new on-going series The Shield. The series focuses on Victoria Adams, her origin as a hero in 1776 and the secret history of the United States. That’s a hook you don’t see in very many comics. THE SHIELD #2 Script: Adam […]

Dark Circle Previews The Shield #1

We have an look inside the next ongoing series from Dark Circle, The Shield #1. The series is being written by Adam Christopher and Chuck Wendig with art by Drew Johnson, Rachel Deering and Kelly Fitzpatrick. THE SHIELD #1 –  “Daughter of the Revolution, Part 1” Since the dawn of the republic, whenever her country […]

NYCC ’15: New Star Wars Novels Announced At Star Wars Now Panel

During the Star Wars Now panel, the following new prose novels were announced: A short Ebook called The Perfect Weapon by Delilah S. Dawson featuring a character from The Force Awakens named Bazine. It will be released in November. A Star Wars: New Republic novel called Bloodlines set six years before The Force Awakens by […]

Star Wars Aftermath: The Expanded Universe Will Not Go Quietly

By Spencer Ellsworth “Force Friday” came and went this last week, giving us a host of amazing Star Wars toys, and therefore an empty wallet for me. It also gave us the first licensed post-Return of the Jedi novel, Chuck Wendig’s Aftermath, since Disney retconned the Expanded Universe in 2014. Lest you missed it, the […]

Imperial Dispatch: The New Republic Returns To Canon

When Disney rebooted the Expanded Universe last year, every assumption fans had about the state of play following Return of the Jedi was called into question; even the existence of the New Republic. Initial reports from Star Wars: The Force Awakens suggested the Rebel Alliance was never able to secure a foothold in galactic central […]

Haunted Futures With Warren Ellis, Richard Kadrey, John Reppion And Chuck Wendig

Salome Jones writes for Bleeding Cool: At Ghostwoods, we’re turning to Kickstarter to help fund this year’s list of books, including an incredible anthology with the working title of Haunted Futures. It’s a sci fi/fantasy collection by a number of excellent, popular authors. Many of them have written for comics, including Warren Ellis, Richard Kadrey, […]