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Comics With Kenobi #114 -- Searching With My Good Eye Closed

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We're remembering Peter Mayhew, discussing Han Solo's struggles when it comes to duty now for the future and if extreme violence is allowable to topple evil as we engage in a robust conversation about Star Wars #65 and Star Wars: Age of Rebellion -- Han Solo #1.

Joining us this week is writer Ken Lowery whose fan-made, head-canon comic, Rebel: A Rogue One Story, gives readers an entertaining Jyn Erso story about the lengths she's willing to go to protect a child from the Empire.

As for news, we'll be getting a four-issue, weekly mini series from Marvel in October under the Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker aegis called Allegiance by Ethan Sacks and Luke Ross, while the Wookiees of Kashyyyk will defend their planet against the First Order, along with a backup tale about R2-D2, C-3PO and BB-8, in the pages of Star Wars Adventures #27-29 in stories by Michael Moreci, Derek Charm, Tony Fleecs and John Barber.

This week's Star Wars comics, out May 8, include:

  • Doctor Aphra #32
  • Star Wars: Age of Rebellion -- Boba Fett #1
  • Star Wars Adventures #21
  • Star Wars: Age of Republic -- Villains (Trade paperback collecting the Count Dooku, Darth Maul, General Grievous and Jango Fett one shots, along with portions of Age of Republic -- Special)

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