By Sebastian Quiroz
05/26/2020 12:11 pm
Star Wars: The High Republic It is one of the most interesting proposals for this galaxy far, far away. Thanks to this new project being carried out 200 years before the events of The Phantom Menace, writers have the freedom to create characters and conflicts throughout different comics and books, without worrying about the Skywalker family. However, a greater threat than any Sith stands in the way, and his name is COVID-19.
That’s right, the global pandemic that has affected practically all aspects of today’s society, now It has caused the delay of several The High Republic books and comics planned for this year. Novels like Light of the Jedi and Into the Dark will hit the market until January 5, 2021 and February 2, 2021 respectively. Previously, its release dates were August and October. On the other hand, several comics have been delayed indefinitely.
Here’s what Lucasfilm Publishing creative director Michael Siglain said about these changes to his release schedule:
“In these unprecedented times, we have made the decision to move the release of Star Wars: The High Republic to January 2021 to ensure that the release is as good and epic as it deserves to be. Now I know that waiting is not easy. And I know fans have been excited about this ever since it was first announced. I am there with you. I have also been waiting to tell this story for years. And while I still can’t say much about it, I can tell you that our story architects, Claudia Gray, Justina Ireland, Daniel Jose Older, Cavan Scott, and Charles Soule, continue to work in this new era of short stories. You will hear from them this summer and when you do, be sure to ask them about ‘The Hero of Hetzal,’ ‘the twins,’ the ‘Blade of Bardotta,’ the Starros and San Tekka clans, and the Storms ’. You will not believe what they have in store for the Jedi and the Republic. “
On related topics, Star Wars Episode I: Racer has been indefinitely delayed on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Similarly, this is the most important scene in Star Wars, according to Dave Filoni.
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