In celebration of two decades of Star Wars comics, Dark Horse has released a mega bundle containing all of its Star Wars material. The bundle, priced at $300, is a digital collection of 568 comics published since 1991.
Dark Horse announced the sale on Facebook by saying:
We may be saying goodbye to Star Wars, but not without giving you one last chance to save on all the digital comics from a galaxy far, far away. From now through December 31st, every single Star Wars issue is 50% off, or you can own the entire DH Digital collection for just $300. It's now or never
Dark Horse's expanded universe comics were recently downgraded to 'Legends' status (with the exception of Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir), leaving the way for fellow Disney brand Marvel to take the reins of the comic series in the new year.
If you need this Star Wars comic collection in your life, you can purchase it from the Dark Horse website.
The moment fans have been waiting for has finally arrived...
While this teaser doesn't give much away, it does definitely confirm leaked information about X-Wings starfighters, the Millennium Falcon, and stormtroopers.
We'd love to know what you think about the new teaser trailer; did it live up to your expectations?
Months of speculation have come to an end as the title for Star Wars Episode VII was officially revealed.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens was announced as the title completed principle photography on 6th November, as revealed on the official Star Wars Twitter feed.
The film started shooting at Pinewood Studios in the UK in May this year, and has not been without it's hiccups; including a fortnight shutdown after Harrison Ford suffered a broken leg after a run in with a malfunctioning door on the iconic Millennium Falcon.
It had long been heavily rumored that the title of the latest episode of the saga would be The Ancient Fear, a rumor now officially put to rest.
The Force Awakens is scheduled to hit the big screen in just over a years time on 18th December 2015.
Star Wars Expanded Universe Timeline
Check out the timeline! It's still under construction!
In the continuity of the Star Wars saga there are eight clearly defined eras into which every story fits, and you can see these listed below.
The earliest stories occur Before the Republic, and tales of the Sith Wars and Jedi Civil War take place during the Republic era. The time of the Star Wars prequels are nestled within the Rise of the Empire era, which comes to an end with the Battle of Yavin and the start of the Rebellion era. After the fall of the Empire comes a New Republic, but the galaxy is changed again when the Yuuzhan Vong invade the galaxy at the start of the New Jedi Order era. The future is unclear, but many tales have already been told in the Legacy era...
The final publishing category is Infinities, which are often alternate universe or other stories considered non-canon. We currently have not included these stories in our timeline.
As new stories are always being added, this is a continuous work in progress, so if you spot a mistake or omission please let us know!
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