New Releases: ‘Doctor Aphra #16’, ‘The High Republic Adventures #10’ & More

November 17, 2021 at 11:37 am | Posted in Comic Books, IDW, Marvel, Star Wars | Leave a comment
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Five new Star Wars comic releases today from IDW and Marvel.

Doctor Aphra #16

Writer: Alyssa Wong, Artist: Minkyu Jung, Cover Artists: Chris Sprouse (Lucasfilm 50th anniversary variant), Sway (variant), Sara Pichelli (standard cover)

A DEADLY GAME! DOCTOR APHRA and SANA STARROS have escaped the VERMILLION, but there’s no escaping CRIMSON DAWN: their spies are EVERYWHERE! As DOMINA TAGGE contends with moles within TAGGE CORPORATION and Aphra struggles with the damage inflicted on her by a POWERFUL ARTIFACT, they strike one last bargain…But who can Aphra really trust?

Details: Rated T, $3.99

The Monster of Temple Peak #4 (of 4)

Writer: Cavan Scott, Artist/Cover Artist: Rachael Stott

Follow former Jedi turned saber-for-hire monster hunter Ty Yorrick in this adventure-packed High Republic miniseries by Cavan Scott and Rachael Stott! In the final part, Ty uncovers the truth deep in the Gretalax’s cave and must make a choice: the way of the Jedi or the way of the monster hunter? She must choose fast in order to protect the villagers and bring harmony to the settlement.

Details: $4.99

The High Republic Adventures #10

Writer: Daniel Jose Older, Artist: Toni Bruno, Cover Artist: Harvey Tolibao

Chaos at Takodana! The Padawans must once again face the Nihil after they’ve attacked the Jedi temple. Overwhelmed and outnumbered, the heroes are backed into a corner until an unlikely Padawan among them unmasks their full potential and saves the day! New York Times bestselling writer Daniel José Older (Star Wars: Last Shot) and artist Toni Bruno bring IDW into The High Republic, a massive publishing crossover spanning comics and prose!

Details: $3.99

The High Republic Adventures TPB 1

Writer: Daniel Jose Older, Artist: Pow Rodrix, Artist/Cover Artist: Harvey Tolibao

Two hundred years before the events of the Skywalker Saga, the galaxy is experiencing unparalleled peace-until a new enemy threatens everything the Jedi have built. In the days of the High Republic, the Jedi are at the height of their power. But the emergence of the piratical, anarchic Nihil proves that even the most successful peace is fragile, and the Jedi’s influence is neither as pervasive nor as benevolent as they would believe. Now Lula, Farzal, and Qort, inexperienced Jedi Padawans, must help the inhabitants of Trymant IV in the wake of a Nihil attack. All the while, they’ll face suspicion and outright opposition from a group of subversive citizens who resent and fear the Jedi. Two of those citizens, Zeen and Krix, will have to decide whether to accept the Padawans’ aid or try to save the day on their own. Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures is part of a broader publishing initiative exploring a mysterious, bygone era of the Galactic Republic through comics and prose. Collects Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures issues #1-5.

Details: $12.99

Star Wars Episodes IV-IX Adaptation Box Set

Writer: Alessandro Ferrari

Explore the Star Wars galaxy in a whole new light with this box set of stylishly illustrated graphic novel adaptations. “Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi. You’re my only hope.” “Do. Or do not. There is no try.” “That’s how we’re gonna win. Not fighting what we hate, saving what we love.” “Confronting fear is the destiny of a Jedi.” Relive all the events from the twin sunset over Tatooine to the lightning-streaked skies of Exegol with this handsome selection of paperbacks, adapted from the films by writer Alessandro Ferrari. Each book combines the epic wonder of a galaxy far, far away with streamlined, young-reader friendly designs, making this a visual treat for longtime fans and a great introduction for newcomers. This special box set collects the graphic novel adaptations of A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi, and The Rise of Skywalker.

Details: $59.99

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