In today’s book review, we get inside the mind of the Mad Titan in Barry Lyga’s prequel novel leading to The Snap. No doubt Thanos is brutal in his logic, but this book asks us fascinating questions about the nature of love, isolation, sacrifice, and, ultimately, “salvation.” Check out our review on Anchor.
We all know Leia was the true badass Skywalker twin. By the time she was nineteen, she was an accomplished Senator with a PhD and a leader of the Rebellion who could command a room of pilots without so much as standing on a soapbox. However, in her book, Claudia Gray takes a deeper dive… Continue reading Book Review: Leia Princess of Alderaan
If you're in the mood for a lighthearted, satirical "what-if" in the Star Wars universe, Jeffrey Brown's comics are just the ticket. In Darth Vader and Son and Vader's Little Princess, Brown illustrates a hilarious scenario where Darth Vader struggles raise to Luke and Leia while also weaving in enough easter eggs to woo any hardcore… Continue reading Dad Vader: Jeffrey Brown’s Alternate Star Wars Universe
When Jason Reynolds' agent called him about writing a book about Miles Morales, the first thing he said was: "Never heard of him." "He's a Spider-Man in Brooklyn who's black and Puerto Rican," she explained. He paused. "Continue..." Throughout his work, Reynolds has written with the intention to teach young boys of color how to… Continue reading Jason Reynolds Wrote His Miles Morales Book In 28 Days
For fans of the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, E.K. Johnston’s novel Ahsoka is required reading. In the TV series, we saw Ahsoka Tano transform from the brash and sassy Padawan, to the experienced young general, to the Jedi who left the Order after a loss of faith. Johnston continues the Ahsoka character arc we deserved in the… Continue reading Ahsoka: A Star Wars Story