Star Wars Releasing Six Books To Tie Into Galaxy’s Edge

Star Wars announced today that they will be releasing a total of six books that will dive into the massive theme park expansion coming to both Disneyland and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This is in addition to the Marvel comic books already announced.

Here are the titles of the six books:

  • Marvel Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge miniseries – Written by Ethan Sacks – Art by Will Sliney – Issue #1 available: April 24, 2019 – Black Spire Outpost has long been frequented by smugglers, merchants, and travelers from every corner of the galaxy looking to make their score on the infamous black market — or experience the exotic thrills the remote world of Batuu alone has to offer. Aliens like the infamous Dok-Ondar, a proprietor of rare and one-of-a-kind antiquities, thrive on the unique opportunities which abound on the lawless outpost at the very edge of Wild Space in this all-new miniseries from Marvel writer Ethan Sacks (Old Man Hawkeye) and artist Will Sliney (Solo: A Star Wars Story).
  • Black Spire – Written by Delilah Dawson – Available: September 3, 2019 – In this novel, a prequel to the Disney Parks experience, General Leia Organa dispatches her top spy to Batuu in a desperate search for Resistance allies.
  • A Crash of Fate – A Crash of Fate (Disney Lucasfilm Press) – Written by Zoraida Córdova – Available: August 6, 2019 – In this Young Adult novel, Izzy and Jules were best friends until Izzy’s family abruptly left Batuu when she was six. Now she’s back, and Jules, the boy who never left, is unsure what to make of her. While on the run from vengeful smugglers and an angry pirate, the two friends will come to terms with who they are, and what they mean to each other.
  • Star Wars: Myths & Fables – Written by George Mann – Illustrations by Grant Griffin – Available: August 6, 2019 – In this middle-grade novel, hear the thrilling space tales, fables, and myths that are told in a galaxy far, far away. The book features two stories that take place on the remote Outer Rim world of Batuu, plus many other untold tales from the edge of the galaxy, lushly illustrated in a style that pays homage to real-world children’s classics.

StarWars.com also mentions that a Galaxy’s Edge kids comic AND even a Galaxy’s Edge cookbook!

Will you be picking up all of these books? It will sure make the wait for Galaxy’s Edge seem a bit shorter!

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Clint Gamache started Thrillgeek back in 2013 to share his love of theme parks, pop culture and other geeky stuff with the world. He can be found on Twitter @iamcgeed