There’s been a whole bunch of news, and things have only slowed down long enough now for me to be able to post about them:
This week sees the release of Star Wars: From A Certain Point of View, in which I have a story about the Tusken Raiders we see in Star Wars: A New Hope. This charity edition supports First Book, a literacy organization, and includes stories from more than 40 different authors.
I’m appearing with no less than eighteen of them later this week at New York Comic-Con; that event is sold out. But you can obtain the book from the following locations:
But there’s a free event Friday at 4 in which I’ll be talking about Star Wars: Canto Bight, the hardcover Last Jedi tie-in that I’m in with Saladin Ahmed, Rae Carson, and Mira Grant. And speaking of that, we have a cover for that book, as seen here. It’s out on December 5, preorder here:
Another bit of news broke in September; I have a story coming up in Star Wars Adventures, the new kids’ comics series from IDW. It’s my first work for the company, and something else that’s been long in coming: my first story about Luke and Leia. I’ll post the release date when the story is scheduled.
I have some more Halo comics coming: one in October, one in December. I wrote Halo: Rise of Atriox #3 and #5 for Dark Horse, stories tying in with the the leader of the Banished group as seen in the Halo Wars 2 video game. That’s the cover of issue 5, seen at right.
On the event side, I’ll be appearing at an event at the Menomonee Falls Public Library near Milwaukee on October 28. Catch me at the Falls Library Comic Fest that day. More events are scheduled for the fall; details later.
That’s it for now: I realize I’m way behind on putting up my production notes for previous works, but this happens when I’m busy on making new ones!