This is no surprise, because Dawson’s music of choice for accompanying the Phasma novel is a heady mix of Mad Max: Fury Road and Star Wars. What’s not to love about that?
There is nothing Star Wars canon loves more than relentlessly filling in the gaps between the movies. But sometimes there are pretty big questions left by the films that need explaining... like Marvel’s latest comic answering how Phasma survived being tossed in the garbage on the exploding Starkiller Base to appear in …
Next Friday isn’t just the day all the shiny new Last Jedi toys come out—it’s when the “Journey to The Last Jedi” begins, with a whole swathe of new books and comics ready to flesh out Star Wars canon... including the mysterious past of Captain Phasma.
This Force Friday, September 1, fans are finally going to learn something about Captain Phasma. That’s when Delilah S. Dawson’s new canon Star Wars novel, Phasma, is released. And to commemorate it, Del Ray Books just revealed three very mysterious and intriguing new characters.
Talk about robo-rachnophobia. With stainless steel springs and rubber joints to mimic the smooth motion and physics of insects, the remote-controlled Phasma bot speeds along faster than you'd expect. Here it is running around in downtown Tokyo: