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August 16, 2013 at 10:44 am | Posted in Around the Web, Comic Books, Conventions, Dark Horse, News, Regular Feature, Star Wars, Star Wars News | Leave a comment

Here is this week’s roundup of Star Wars related news.


Kicking off the news, Star Wars artist Dave Dorman will be on Dennis Miller radio today at 11:45 AM. You can listen via livestream here.


Star Wars artist Stephane Roux is going to be doing an alternate cover for Harley Quinn #0 which will be out in November. In addition, his artwork is being used as the official poster for New York Comic Con.

Brian Wood teased an image from the next issue of Star Wars.

Comic artist Carlos D’Anda posted a cool picture of his finished inkwash of Boba Fett.


If you’re at Gencon, be sure to check out Troy Denning‘s book signings today at 11 AM, tomorrow at 10 AM (all in Hall D).  He’ll also be at the Forgotten Realms panel on Saturday at 4 PM in Room 120. R.A. Salvatore is also at Gencon and you can catch his signings today from 11 AM to Noon in Hall D, and his panel from 4 to 6 PM in Room 120.

Saturday: Book signing 10 – 11am Hall D, Fate of the Forgotten Realms panel 4 – 6pm Room 120

On Youtube, gamonaexklusiv posted a couple nice interviews from Star Wars Celebration Europe II. One is with Jeremy Bulloch and Peter Mayhew, the other with Ian McDiarmid and Anthony Daniels.

Worldcon aka Lone Star Con 3 is coming up fast. This year it will run from August 29 to September 2 in San Antonio, Texas. Guests include Martha WellsWalter Jon WilliamsDave Wolverton, George R.R. Martin and many others. You can check out the official site for the full list. They will also have several special events which Martha Wells will be participating such as the Drinks with Authors and the Booksworn and Friends Worldcon Party which will be Thursday August 29 at 8:00 PM location TBA,

John Jackson Miller has confirmed he’ll be heading to New York Comic Con.

Pete over at Lightsaber Rattling posted a video highlighting some of Pablo Hidalgo’s panel at D23.

Pete also has a rundown of the other events.

Fandom has some cool articles worth checking out. Tim Veekhoven and Mark Newbold wrote up a cool piece on real life animals in the Star Wars movies. Jennifer Heddle wrote a piece in defense of the Marvel comics. Tim also did another post on creatures in Star Wars, this time focusing on Return of the Jedi.


Star Wars author Tim Lebbons is now officially an Ironman after swimming 2.4 miles, cycling 112 miles, then running 26.2 miles all with no breaks and in a 17 hour time limit. Tim managed to do it in 14 hours and 12 minutes and recounted the entire experience right here. I think it’s safe to say that Tim is now a Jedi. The Force is certainly with him.

Movies and Television

There’s a trailer out for the Star Wars Downunder fan film. You can check out their official site here.

You can also check out another fan film Hunt for the Holocron and their official site.

Harrison Ford shares a little about Anchorman 2 which will be out in December.

Thanks to Jedi News for spotting that one.


Wrapping up the news for this week, Leland Chee, the keeper of the holocron, now has a Hasbro action figure. The figure was made specifically by Hasbro, thus marking their first original contribution to Star Wars since the cruisemissile trooper released in 1998. The new character is named Selig Kenjenn and is based on Leland’s likeness. It’s a Toys R Us exclusive and part of the Battle of Geonosis: Jedi Knights Pack.

Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

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