The second phase of the Star Wars: The High Republic publishing initiative has arrived. Get ready to go full force in the literary galaxy far, far away…
Star Wars: The High Republic Phase 2 has arrived and it promises to kick the literary adventures of the galaxy far, far away into high gear. Not only has Justina Ireland and Tessa Gratton’s Path of Deceit (read our review) hit bookshelves this week, but Marvel’s relaunch of the comic book series gets underway on October 12. But today, just when we thought we’d seen it all, Lucasfilm has dropped an all-new trailer for Phase 2 designed to whet our appetites for the adventures that await us. Check it out below:
Watch the trailer for the next phase of the epic publishing initiative – Star Wars: The High Republic. Set centuries before the Skywalker saga, the New York Times best-selling series continues as the Jedi and the Republic venture deeper into the unknown than ever before.
QUEST OF THE JEDI
The second phase, aptly named ‘Quest of the Jedi’ takes place roughly 150 years before the events of Phase One, and will build on Phase One’s loose plot threads. Which is sure to tantalize every Star Wars fan. Moreover, the planet Jedha, made famous in Rogue One, is expected to be a main focal point of Marvel’s series. And that alone is more than enough to have fans of all ages excited to explore this new era of franchise lore.
Phase 2 of The High Republic publishing initiative kicks off this week. Our review of Justina Ireland and Tessa Gratton’s Path of Deceit is already headlining our homepage. You can check it out here.
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