There are many more mysteries of just how the Force works in Star Wars than there are examples of us seeing the ways it works across the entire movie saga. It’s still a relative unknown to both us as the audience and the denizens of the galaxy far, far away at large. But we kind of know one thing: how it doesn’t work.
The current arc in Marvel’s Poe Dameron comic series is set in a tantalizing context: the moments immediately after the events of Star Wars: The Last Jedi come to a close. But while it can’t look too far ahead, it still manages to find some emotional time for the tattered heroes of the Resistance to decompress.
After Star Wars Rebels came to an end earlier this year, we knew the next chapter of Star Wars animation was close, and now we know exactly what it is. And it’s extremely exciting. The new chapter in Lucasfilm’s world is leaving behind the age of the Rebellion to tell a new saga set in the run-up to Star Wars: The…
So far, Marvel Comics’ Poe Dameron series has given us a look at the hotshot Resistance pilot’s rise to glory as the leader of Black Squadron before the events of the sequel movie trilogy. But its most recent issue has brought us not just to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but beyond it—helping to recontextualize an…
The new Star Wars trilogy takes a long time to get its heroic trio together. Finn, Rey, and Poe don’t all end up in the same room together until the very last moments of The Last Jedi, and while that meeting is poignant, it’s not nearly enough for passionate fans. Do they hit it off? What do they chat about? Where’s…
John Boyega’s luck with pilots is, apparently, not quite as good as the character he plays.
After Rey’s parentage and Snoke’s identity, the third most talked-about mystery of The Force Awakens is probably Poe Dameron’s sexuality. And Oscar Isaac loves it.
Hot Toys’ expensive, yet gorgeous figures are known for their often jaw-dropping likenesses. The intricately detailed figures are almost like little homonculi, and we’ve frequently joked that they’ve basically captured the souls of the actors they’re depicting. But sad news ahead: Not even Hot Toys could get Poe…
Star Wars has droids for everything: translation, repairs, services, what have you—but, apparently, those droids do much more than we ever thought. In issue #20 of the Marvel’s Poe Dameron comic, it was revealed that BB-8 has some kind of love interest. No. Really.
How come kids get all the coolest stuff?
Yes, you’re seeing that correctly. That is the cockpit pod of a TIE Fighter with some X-Wing foils strapped around it. I don’t know whether to think that it’s rad or be personally offended at my beloved X-Wings being used in such a state. Probably a bit of both.
Star Wars’ droids are usually meant to be a little bit too cute for their own good—just look at BB-8! But we also love when that cuteness is subverted with a violent streak, like with Knights of the Old Republic’s HK-47, Rebels’ Chopper, or the Darth Vader comic’s Triple Zero and BT. Or, case in point, this astromech…
It’s only Thursday, but you’re probably more than ready for the weekend. If you’re feeling a bit down, or if you just want to see something awesome, this quick character profile of Lego Poe Dameron will do the trick.
Ever since Marvel announced that Poe Dameron would be getting his own Star Wars comic, we’ve been very eager to read it. Thankfully, it was worth waiting for. Just like the film that inspired it, Poe Dameron is a blast—one lays down the groundwork for something even better come after it.
You’ve probably seen Star Wars: The Force Awakens a few times—but on April 5, you get to discover it all over again when it arrives on Blu-ray. The disc includes a great documentary called Secrets of The Force Awakens, and we’re excited to debut an exclusive clip.
Marvel is really looking forward to its Poe Dameron comic. I mean, it’s understandable—mainly because we’re also incredibly excited for Marvel’s new ongoing Star Wars series—but man, Marvel’s going all out. As in, they’re taking over an entire day to celebrate all things Poe.
Fact: The X-Wing books were the best Star Wars books. Double fact: The Rogue Squadron comics from Dark Horse were awesome. Unassailable triple fact: Poe Dameron is the best. Bearing all this in mind, we’re just a touch excited about Marvel’s upcoming Poe Dameron comic, which seems to be a spiritual successor to the…
The first episode of the recently announced Lego Star Wars: The Resistance Rises short series is here, and it’s all about Poe Dameron being dashing, strangely deep-voiced, and a bit of a goofball while he goes on a rescue mission to save Admiral Ackbar from the First Order.
Okay so the innate handsomeness of being Oscar Isaac isn’t included, but just as Poe’s jacket suited Finn, we’re sure anyone wearing this would get a Dameron seal of “Damn, looking good” approval. It’s that nice a jacket.
It’s been a miserably sad week in the world of popular culture, but here’s something to cheer us all up: Marvel’s Star Wars comics are officially delving into The Force Awakens content in style, with a series all about our new favorite X-Wing pilot, Poe Dameron.