Star Wars Infinities: A New Hope | Wookieepedia | FANDOM powered by WikiaWorking in edtech, we at Whiteboard Advisors field our fair share of questions related to Star Wars. Just the other day, in fact, a client asked us about the vexing conundrum of Han Solo and Luke Skywalker's children. How are these characters related - if they're related at all? We thought that others might have the same question, so we put together a brief summary that untangles the conundrum. We hope you find it helpful and informative, and may the Force be with you. From the s until , the Star Wars universe consisted of the main movies, a few TV series, and countless books, comics, and video games. Many of the Expanded Universe stories take place after or in between the events of the movies, and follow the main characters as they grow and start families.
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In this blockbuster, fans get to experience the secret origin of the man who shot Greedo first! The movie also shows how Han met Chewie, how he became captain of the Millennium Falcon, and why he became a smuggler. That's not to say that Lucasfilm hasn't explored Han Solo's earliest adventures before. In fact, there are quite a few Legends novels and comics that explore Solo's days with a band of pirates and his days at the Imperial Academy. And since Disney purchased the rights to Star Wars , the company has continued to explore the life of the scruffy-looking nerf herder in his very own Marvel miniseries and the ongoing Star Wars comic. Even though, Han might be dead on the big screen - at least when it comes to the Harrison Ford version - the scoundrel lives on in the Expanded Universe.
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The editor needed someone to write a book—set between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens —under a tight deadline. Nothing quite so impossible as making the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs , but pretty close: Gray would have just six weeks to turn in a draft., This article is non-canon within the Star Wars Legends continuity. This article covers a Star Wars Legends subject that was published under the Infinities label or that Lucasfilm otherwise declared non-canon within the Legends continuity.
Still bummed that there were no new Star Wars comics last week? Never fear: Comic Book Galaxy is here, and while there are none to highlight from last week, there is plenty to be excited about today. In Top of the Stack you know, like 5 seconds ago , Comic Book Galaxy tried to highlight some of the best moments of issue 23 of Star Wars in a paragraph. The ingredients include classic dialogue, larger than life action sequences, and telling character moments. This is precisely why we need to take an even closer look at Star Wars In a book full of highlights, here are few that capture so much of what we love about the Star Wars saga.