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Reviewed by Adam on August 12, 2014
Despite the show not premiering until October, DK has released Star Wars Rebels: The Visual Guide to give fans a sneak peek. Warning: May contain spoilers!
Reviewed by Adam on May 20, 2014
The LEGO Star Wars Visual Dictionary gets updated and expanded...
Reviewed by Justin on April 9, 2014
A significant course correction that shows there's still some life left in the Dark Horse series.
Reviewed by Justin on March 13, 2014
Jettisoning the weight of its more cumbersome plot lines helps The Star Wars soar.
Reviewed by Justin on March 12, 2014
A mess of an issue that goes nowhere and does nothing.
Reviewed by Adam on March 8, 2014
Love them or loathe them, Angry Birds Star Wars is destined to be around for a while, so much so that DK recently released the Angry Birds Star Wars Character Encyclopedia.
Reviewed by Adam on March 5, 2014
Adam Nettina and Adam Throne are back again in their tag-team reviews. This time, they're focusing on the Han Solo centric novel Star Wars: Honor Among Thieves .
Reviewed by Justin on February 12, 2014
The finale to "Five Days Of Sith" is Star Wars storytelling at its best!
Reviewed by Justin on February 5, 2014
Disappointment. Overwhelming disappointment.
Reviewed by Eric on January 28, 2014
Eric Carrasco and Justin Bolger present their differing takes on a brutal journey to the galaxy far, far away.
Reviewed by Justin on January 15, 2014
Hock finally has what he wants, the attention of Darth Vader... but is that a good thing?
Reviewed by Justin on January 8, 2014
A fine return to form for the series follows Darth Vader as the Dark Lord of the Sith embarks upon a five day rip roaring, rampaging, revenge-fueled journey!
Reviewed by Justin on January 1, 2014
Your official guide to a different version of the galaxy far, far away…
Reviewed by Justin on December 26, 2013
From the writer of Darth Vader and the Ninth Assassin comes an all new tale featuring the Dark Lord of the Sith!
Reviewed by Justin on December 11, 2013
In the immortal words of Luke Skywalker, "I think we took a wrong turn!"
Reviewed by Justin on December 4, 2013
An improved entry that gets the alternate take on the galaxy far, far away moving in the right direction again.
Reviewed by Adam on December 2, 2013
Star Wars Art: Concept is a great idea in theory -- but does the "Concept" live up to its promise?
Reviewed by Justin on November 13, 2013
The heat of battle tests existing relationships and reveals new alliances!
Reviewed by Adam on November 12, 2013
The Making of Return of the Jedi is possibly the most highly coveted work of nonfiction to come out of the Star Wars publishing pantheon in the past year. The question everyone with $85.00 wants to know is, is it worth buying?
Reviewed by Justin on November 6, 2013
The Star Wars, you disappoint me. I was beginning to hold you in such high esteem. Surely, you can do better.
Reviewed by Adam on October 18, 2013
Star Wars: Complete Vehicles is the the latest title in the series of books that provide incredible cross-sections of the spaceships and craft from the Star Wars galaxy.
Reviewed by Adam on October 14, 2013
The action-packed Fate of the Jedi finale is directly connected to and builds off of the events of Legacy of the Force and many other sources from the EU. Is the explosive Apocalypse's end really nigh for the classic Star Wars characters? Is the final noise a bang or a whimper? Does the book truly signify anything important for fans?
Reviewed by Adam on October 9, 2013
To coincide with the animated series of the same name, DK release LEGO Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles.
Reviewed by Justin on October 9, 2013
A reflective moment of calm as a raging storm approaches…
Reviewed by Justin on October 2, 2013
Catch up with Dark Horse’s amazing Star Wars reboot with this trade paperback collecting the first six issues of the new series!
Reviewed by Justin on September 30, 2013
Adventure, excitement, and a serious knockout punch. A Jedi craves these things and more in Issue #2 of The Star Wars!
Reviewed by Eric on September 24, 2013
William Shakespeare and George Lucas. In less capable hands, a book called William Shakespeare’s Star Wars would probably be an insult to both, but Ian Doescher knows his Sith.
Reviewed by Adam on September 24, 2013
A first time Star Wars author sets off to navigate the tricky continuity of the Original Trilogy era, all while focusing on one of the ‘Big Three’ characters of the Galaxy Far, Far, Away. If the combination made you suspicious of Martha Wells' Leia-centric novel, Empire and Rebellion: Razor’s Edge, than you weren’t alone.
Reviewed by Adrick on September 23, 2013
It's a great concept: a Star Wars western novel. But can John Jackson Miller pull it off? Read on to find out!
Reviewed by Adam on September 8, 2013
We've all been there: A Star Wars book we've been looking forward to since the release date was set, only to find that as we turn the final page, our expectations fall painfully short. To say it's "a bummer" is an understatement. But every now and then a more welcoming scenario crosses our sights, as an unexpected novel—by a rookie Star Wars author, no less—thrills us like it was our first time watching the films. Jeff Grubb's Scourge is one of those novels.
Reviewed by Justin on September 7, 2013
Han Solo gets back to shooting first in the third issue of Dark Horse Comics’ rebooted Star Wars!

Reviewed by Adam on September 6, 2013
I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that Troy Denning’s Crucible might have been the most anticipated new Star Wars novel for 2013. With all due respect to Timothy Zahn’s Scoundrels and John Jackson Miller’s Kenobi, it’s just not everyday we’re promised the definitive last word on the Big Three characters of the Star Wars universe.

Or are we?
Reviewed by Justin on September 4, 2013
An interesting experiment that uses the elemental building blocks of the galaxy far, far away to provide fans a glimpse of what Star Wars might have been…
Reviewed by Justin on September 4, 2013
A triumph of characterization that enriches the Star Wars mythology.
Reviewed by Justin on September 3, 2013
Star Wars comics take a superbly executed first step into a rebooted world…