At the time of this article, the biggest movie to hit theaters has already made 1.5 billion dollars worldwide. The latest movie not only invigorated a franchise that needed a fresh take, but also brought speculations, rumors and fan theories as to where the series will be heading to next. I’m talking of course about Alvin and the Chipmunks: Road Chip. Where could they go next? Las Vegas? The Moon? Will Jason Lee ever be able to escape the clutches of this major blockbuster? Does his family know he’s still alive?
Joking aside, the title says it all. Star Wars. You want to talk about it. We’ve been talking about it. Let’s do this, space cowboy.
What we’re going to do here is lay out some major plot points then dive deeper into possible directions the franchise could go. Remember, (pretty-much) everything is retconned at this point, so anything is game. Books, comics, even fanfictions, are game for “Disney-appropriation”. Here, we’re going to go through each character, some questions left unanswered, and some theories afterwards. So where do we start?
(W) Randy Stradley
(A) Doug Wheatley
(Cover) Dan Jackson, Benjamin Carre
Reunited with the ragtag crew of the Uhumele, Jedi Dass Jennir is surprised to find them plotting with another Jedi to take down the iron fist of the new Galactic Empire — Darth Vader himself! Having only just found love and a reason to live, Jennir is reluctant to join-but their plan may be too good to pass up.
A vanishing planet and an impostor revealed . . . a deadly trap and a dangerous escape. When Ania Solo set out in search of adventure, little did she know trouble, peril, and the Sith would be along for the ride!
The loving, affectionate parody that skewers one of the greatest science fiction franchises of all time continues! In the tradition of ROBOT CHICKEN: STAR WARS and SPACEBALLS, join Lady Leica and Jean-Luc Groundwalker as they set off to rescue Al Alone from the briny clutches of Jean Baptiste! Will they succeed, or will the dark side of IT get in the way? Find out as the year’s hottest parody prepares to reach its conclusion!
Today’s Artist Spotlight is on Travis Charest a Canadiancomic book, penciller, inker and painter, known for his work on such books asDarkstars, WildC.A.T.s, Grifter/Shi, WildC.A.T.s/X-Men: The Golden Age andThe Metabarons. He has also done extensive cover work for many other books, such as various Star Wars series from Dark Horse Comics.