The sense of hope and excitement in the air can only mean one thing: a new Star Wars movie is coming. Each previous trilogy has defined a generation, and to celebrate this next epochal event we present the special double Star Wars collectible issue of Birth.Movies.Death.
Packed with words and art by a diverse group of collaborators, this Star Wars issue celebrates the entire breadth of the Saga, from clones to ewoks and beyond, to the new era beginning this December.
In the pages of this magazine you'll journey with Luke Skywalker, investigate Darth Vader's psychology, tour the universe of Star Wars, experience the rush of collection toys, see exclusive new Marvel Comics art and more.... all in a gorgeous wraparound Mondo cover by Matt Taylor.
We are proud of this issue and believe it marks a new phase for Birth.Movies.Death. Join us as this magazine jumps to hyperspace!
Read more about the issue below:
This December audiences return to a galaxy far, far away with STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS, and Alamo Drafthouse and BIRTH.MOVIES.DEATH. are commemorating this cinematic event by releasing a double-sized collector’s issue extravaganza! Celebrating almost 40 years of the STAR WARS saga, this 88-page special issue will feature an exclusive Mondo cover by artist Matt Taylor, interior art by renowned designer Chris Bilheimer, a redemption code for a free pack of Topps STAR WARS Card Trader cards and history and appreciation of the films, toys, comics and more that have defined the STAR WARS universe.
Articles from top writers around the galaxy include:
"I Hate You, Darth Vader" by psychologist Andrea Letamendi, Ph.D.
"Han Solo: Cooler Than Carbonite" by Hollywood Reporter editor Marc Bernardin
"A STAR WARS Guide to the Galaxy" by Alamo Drafthouse Dallas/Fort Worth creative manager James Wallace, infographic design by Chris Bilheimer
"A Brief and Slightly Personal History Of The STAR WARS Toys" by Mondo Creative Director of Toys and Collectibles Brock Otterbacher
"True Tales From The 1999 EPISODE I Line" by writer Sarah Sprague, illustrated by Bill Mudron and THE SABERTOOTH VAMPIRE creator Mike Russell
And many more!