Weekly EU Releases: Jan 20th – 26th

If you like Mandalorians, then this week was made for you. We’ve got one Expanded Universe release and a new episode of The Clone Wars, and both feature the popular warrior culture.

Blood Ties Volume 2 – Boba Fett is Dead from Dark Horse Comics releases on Wednesday. Collecting the second arc of the Fett focused comic series, Boba Fett is Dead follows Connor Freeman, the son of one of Jango Fett’s clones, as he gets wrapped up in the intrigue surrounding the supposed death of Boba Fett. The arc is written by Tom Taylor and features beautiful art from Chris Scalf.

The Clone Wars continues on Saturday with “Shades of Reason.” Without saying too much so as to avoid spoilers, you can expect to see the start of Darth Maul’s and Death Watch’s attempt to take over Mandalore. Sith, Mandalorian warriors, underworld groups like the Hutts, Black Sun, and the newly introduced Pikes…the Jedi are going to have their work cut out for them this time.

Take a look at the summaries for this week’s releases below, and be sure to check out our EU Release Schedule. There have been lots of updates recently!

Blood Ties Volume 2 – Boba Fett is Dead

The news spreads from one end of the galaxy to the other like wildfire: Boba Fett, the galaxy’s most feared bounty hunter, is dead.

But members of the team that killed Fett are themselves being picked off one by one by a mysterious avenger, and Connor Freeman—the son of one of Jango Fett’s clones—gets drawn into the whodunit. Freeman is recruited against his will to find and safeguard a particular bounty hunter on a distant world with an unknown connection to Boba Fett . . . Collects Star Wars: Blood Ties—Boba Fett Is Dead #1–#4.

* Dead, but more dangerous than ever!

The Clone Wars – “Shades of Reason”

Pre Vizsla and Maul attack Mandalore and Duchess Satine, but their alliance is soon tested.

[DarkHorse.com | Wookieepedia]

 

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