The next chapter in The High Republic Adventures saga begins now!
The Force is strong in the latest Dark Horse Comics and Lucasfilm Publishing team-up, beginning with Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Phase IIIissue #1. In this new comics chapter, the marauders known as the Nihil have claimed numerous sectors of space for themselves. Worlds are trapped in this insidious Occlusion Zone. And so are the Jedi. But is there still hope? Find out in the latest phase of the The High Republic Adventures saga, written by New York Times bestselling writer Daniel José Older, with interior art and cover by Harvey Tolibao and colors by Michael Atiyeh. The issue will also feature a variant cover by Soroush Barazesh.
“Are you here to help us overthrow the Nihil?”
It has been one year since the fall of Starlight. Padawan Lula Talisola and many others are missing and presumed dead. At the Almohaj Cantina, a Republican Outpost on the planet of Eriadu, Zeen mourns…and waits. When an intriguing transmission is received from Tartak Vil, a warlord on the remote moon of Bracront, Zeen, Qort, and a void-contemplating droid named 5A-G3 must venture once more into hyperspace to repair their fractured team and, perhaps, the galaxy.
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Phase III #1 (of many) will be in comic shops December 6, 2023. Both the original and variant cover edition of the comic are available for pre-order now at your local comic shop for $3.99.
Praise for recent Star Wars comics:
“The High Republic Adventures #5 is Daniel José Older and his team firing on all cylinders.”—Star Wars News Net
“The future of Star Wars has arrived, and it takes place hundreds of years in the past.”—The Washington Post
“Star Wars: Hyperspace Stories #1 is a great beginning to this new Dark Horse series. It features a story set in one of the most beloved Star Wars time periods…”—The Comicbook Dispatch
“If this issue [Star Wars: Hyperspace Stories #3] earned a standalone series, we wouldn’t be disappointed, as we’re given an adventure full of action and humor to flesh out the relationship fans loved watching throughout the sequel trilogy.”—ComicBook.com