First Images From Star Wars: Dark Legends Revealed

First Images From Star Wars: Dark Legends Revealed

Check out these haunting images from the upcoming Star Wars horror book

Last week, we brought you news of the tantalizing new horror-themed Star Wars book titled: Star Wars: Dark Legends. The hotly anticipated book is being written by George Mann and illustrated by Grant Griffin who returns once more after his sterling work on the anthology book ‘Star Wars: Myths And Fables’ that was released last year.

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Being Star Wars and horror mega fans, we’ve been dying to get our first look at this bold new literary project, and now, thanks to StarWars.com the moment has finally arrived. The official home of Star Wars has published three glorious new images which you can see below. Join us as we get our first look at what the Star Wars horror universe really looks like.

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Sometimes, it’s good to turn to the dark side.

Star Wars: Dark Legends, a follow-up to the acclaimed Star Wars: Myths & Fables, reunites the creative team of writer George Mann and artist Grant Griffin for seven new fables set in a galaxy far, far away. Only this time, the tales focus on all things dark side and spooky. With the book set for release on July 28, 2020, StarWars.com snagged a first look at three of Griffin’s stunning — and creepy — new paintings, along with the artist’s own commentary on his work. (You may want to keep the lights on.)

Star Wars Dark Legends

Head over to StarWars.com for a closer look at what we can expect from these gripping, edge of your seat Star Wars stories – and check back for the latest updates as they emerge.

Star Wars: Dark Legends will be released on July 28, 2020, and is available for pre-order now.

 

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