While the upcoming William Shakespeare’s The Merry Rise of Skywalker promises an Elizabethan journey to the worlds of Pasaana, Kef Bir, and Exegol, there are countless other planets in a galaxy far, far away. Whether you find yourself in the civilized Core Worlds or the farthest reaches of the Outer Rim, may these books be with you (as well as the Force, of course)…
Posted by Ryan Miorelli
It’s Carrie Fisher’s birthday on October 21 and we still can’t believe she’s gone. She was everything we could ever want in a modern-day hero – bold and brash and unapologetically honest. To honor our dearly departed space mom on her special day, we’re sharing our favorite pieces of Carrie Fisher advice.
Posted by Danielle Mohlman
This month’s release of Solo: A Star Wars Story has a lot of people excited to see the posthumous return of Han Solo. But if you’ve been paying attention to social media, you know there’s a solid chance that ticket sales will equally be driven by Donald Glover’s portrayal of Lando Calrissian. And with good reason. With the flash of a single, mischievous smile, we’re reminded of exactly what makes this character great: the enigmatic man with a perpetual ace up his sleeve. This roguish quality has led to novels, comics, video games, and more. And in each of them, Lando narrowly escapes danger to see another day, truly cashing in on each of his nine lives. And that’s exactly what makes him the perfect inspiration for this post and a leader to those that followed in his steps: absolute heroes that absolutely should be dead by now.
Posted by J. B. Kish
What happens when it's Quirk Cat Week and Star Wars Day? A super cute Star Wars kitty round up, of course. Read on, and Meow the Fourth be with you.
Posted by Quirk Books Staff
[Movie still from Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Lucasfilms and Walt Disney Pictures]
It's December again, which means of all things going on, the most important is a new Star Wars movie. There's also some holiday which is rumored to be right around the corner, but that takes a close second to the continued stories of the Skywalker family. We wanted to take a look at some other pop culture characters who are the last of their kind.
Posted by David Winnick