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Yoda? You seek Yoda!

And soon, readers can explore a new chapter in the Jedi Master’s journey with the Marvel Star Wars: Yoda miniseries. Just announced at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2022, the new comic is set in the moments before Luke Skywalker’s arrival on Dagobah in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, as the Jedi reflects on his life and his regrets.

Told in three arcs by three writers — Cavan Scott, Jody Houser, and Marc Guggenheim — the series will hurtle back in time to take readers to key moments in Yoda’s life during the prequel era and with a first story set in The High Republic, as he ruminates on the past. With covers from Phil Noto, artists Nico Leon, Luke Ross, and Alessandro Miracolo will illustrate the 10-issue run.

STAR WARS: YODA #1 arrives in October


During Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2022, Lucasfilm released the first trailer for Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 2, streaming exclusively on Disney+ this fall.



Jude Law will star in a new Disney+ series set in the galaxy far, far away, opposite a group of four lost children trying to make their way back to their home planet.

The show, titled Skeleton Crew, was formally announced at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim. Vanity Fair's recent cover story, Star Wars: The Rebellion Will Be Televised, revealed that it was being executive produced by director Jon Watts and writer Chris Ford, who worked together on Spider-Man: Homecoming for Marvel.

“It’s the story about a group of kids, about 10 years old, from a tiny little planet who accidentally get lost in the Star Wars galaxy,” Watts told the crowd. “It’s the story of their journey trying to find their way home.”



Star Wars is ready to bring another original series to life thanks to its most recent order! Following rumors of its announcement, Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi has been announced at last. Star Wars Celebration 2022 confirmed as much for fans, and now, netizens are hunting high and low for details on the project. At the official panel came word that the series will feature six episodes and include characters from across the Star Wars prequels including Qui-Gon Jinn (with Liam Neeson returning to voice the character), Count Dooku when he was still a Jedi, Mace Windu, Anakin Skywalker, and yes, Ahsoka. The series debuts later this year on Disney+.

"When I fly back and forth working on The Mandalorian, I'd write stories on the plane to pass the time. And I got this story," Dave Filoni said at the panel. "I wanted to explore some characters...and base them in ideas I had while making The Clone Wars...that wouldn't be a full show." The series will be a variety of shorts with three of them specifically focusing on Ahsoka. Others will include episodes set within the Jedi Temple, and a reunion between Anakin and Ahsoka.


Warner Bros and DC have released the first trailer for Black Adam, as well as its first batch of posters. The movie is coming exclusively to cinemas October 21.



Marvel Studios’ top-secret Thunderbolts movie looks to have gained momentum as Deadline has learned that Jake Schreier is set as director of the new Marvel tentpole. Black Widow scribe Eric Pearson is penning the script with Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige producing.

Not much is known about the plot of the film other than it revolves around a group of villains who are sent on missions commissioned by the government. Another element that remains vague is which characters will be part of this team since the film is technically still is in development, though sources say Marvel has been in touch with certain individuals who already are part of the MCU to make sure to keep an opening in their schedules for next summer when it shoots.

That said, some of the characters who could potentially be appearing in the film include Baron Zemo, Yelena Belova, Ghost, Taskmaster, The Abomination, US Agent and the Winter Soldier.


Netflix released a short teaser trailer for The Sandman to announce the upcoming shows release date, August 5th.



Director Todd Phillips posted to Instagram the first confirmation that the sequel to 2019’s “Joker” is moving forward on Tuesday — including the cover of the script, written by Phillips and Scott Silver, his collaborator on the first film, with the eyebrow-raising title “Joker: Folie à Deux.”

In the same post, Phillips included a shot of star Joaquin Phoenix reading the screenplay.

A spokesperson for Warner Bros. did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Phillips’ Instagram post.



Following the death of Kentaro Miura back in May 2021, many assumed that would be the end of his manga magnum opus, Berserk. However, it seems that this is no longer the case.

In a long and very thoughtful explanation from people at Hakusensha, the manga’s publisher, it’s clear that the Berserk manga will continue on via Studio Gaga and Kouji Mori, the latter being a childhood friend of Miura.

Studio Gaga was a manga production studio founded by Miura and was done so that his assistants could be included in his works under an official collective name. This effectively means that the same people that helped Miura make Berserk, will be the same team continuing it.

In addition, Kouji Mori is the only person that Miura explained the whole of Berserk’s story to, including its ending.



This fall, a DC icon returns… and so do the dead in DC Horror Presents: Sgt. Rock vs. The Army of the Dead.

The story begins in Berlin, 1944. The Nazis are flanked on all fronts by the combined Allied forces, and defeat seems inevitable. In a last-ditch effort to turn the tide of the war, Hitler and his team of evil scientists create a serum that resurrects their dead soldiers, creating an army of the dead even stronger than they were in life.

Sgt. Rock, hero of the European Theatre, and his Easy Company find themselves dispatched into enemy territory to face off against the strangest, most horrific enemies they’ve encountered yet: Nazi Zombies.

Written by the expert in battling the evil dead, Bruce Campbell (Ash Vs. Evil Dead), this six issue miniseries is an action-packed, terrifying adventure. Eisner and Harvey Award-Winning Artist Eduardo Risso (100 Bullets) brings the battlefield to gruesome life as the Easy Company tears across Europe.


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