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Comics With Kenobi is a weekly podcast dedicated solely to contemporary Star Wars comics published by Marvel and IDW Publishing. It features views, reviews and news about Star Wars comics, along with the Saga's wider reach, too. We also feature writers, artists, colorists, letterers and editors involved with the titles to give you, the listener, more detail and context about these books that are part of Star Wars canon and lore.

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The Padawans have gathered again to talk about issues #12 and #13 of Star Wars Adventures. There's much to be learned in the stories, be it the dangers of revisionist history to knowing one's self worth. Emily, Micah, Amy and Matt bring... more

It was a quiet week in Star Wars comics until it wasn't. Jeff McGee and Matt Moore discuss Chuck Wendig's reveal that he's been "fired" by Marvel, the implications it may have and the reactions it's drawn. Also discussed? The solid... more

This week's episode is about endings, both in the comics and beyond the comics, too. Star Wars #55 brings an end to Kieron Gillen's destructive and damaging -- to the Rebel Alliance -- "Hope Dies" arc, leaving Han, Luke and Leia... more

The adventures of Black Squadron concludes its run in the pages of Star Wars: Poe Dameron #31 in an inspiring, almost poetic manner, while the mysteries of the force prove to much to ignore as a former employer comes calling in Star... more

There's a crisis in continuity, again, as Star Wars #54 kills off a familiar Rogue One face, while the Falcon is taken to Vandor for a new reason in Lando: Double or Nothing #5, the final issue of the mini series. We're also joined by... more

In the last issue of The Last Jedi Adaptation #6 there's a redemption that plays out so well, it should have been in the film it was adapting. In the pages of Darth Vader #21, there's an image of Anakin so horrifying that you'll need to... more

Nock this one down for the ages: Doctor Aphra Annual #2 was a true gem, not just because of Winloss and Nokk, but as a prime example of how an annual can advance a regular series, too. Similarly, the action in Star Wars #53 did not... more

The Poe Dameron Annual #2 is a solid story that shows why an annual is such a stepping stone for a comics series' wider storytelling reach. Lando: Double or Nothing #4 remains a great example of serial storytelling that blends earnest... more

Sheev plants the shiv deep into Vader's back while Doctor Aphra contends with a troubled past and a very uncertain future as we discuss the events of Darth Vader #20 and Doctor Aphra #23. There's also news about the addition of... more

From the backstory of Solo: A Star Wars Story's mercurial Tobias Beckett to Charles Soule holding nothing back in the penultimate issue of Poe Dameron, this past week's Marvel Star Wars comics delivered action, daring and an ominous... more

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