Welcome to Jovial Jay's Jedi Journals, here at Rebelscum.com,
your one stop source for Star Wars literature and media.

Published pamphlets, four-color fantasy, printed paraphernalia—all these elements have been part of the Star Wars literature lexicon since before 1977. Jedi Journals is here to provide you with a detailed directory of collectible comics, back-dated books, and magnificent magazines. Feel free to frolic in our three main sections: Comics, Books and Magazines. They all provide a varying variety of valuable information on any and all literature that bears the name Star Wars.

It is our intention here at Jedi Journals to be as accurate and thorough as possible, but sometimes errors occur. If you find any errors in our copious catalogues, I welcome feedback and notes that any Rebel Readers care to submit. Email all explanations, eloquent or elsewise, to here at Rebelscum.

If you feel that you have an item to improve the informational content of the Journals, please read our submission guidelines. So please check your blasters at the door, dust off your library card, and enjoy your visit!

Upcoming Publications (top)
All dates and previews listed are provided by Dark Horse Comics.
July 23, 2014
Legacy, Volume 2 #17
The Star Wars Hardcover
The Star Wars Trade Paperback
 
July 30, 2014
Rebel Heist #4
Steam Wars #5
 
August 13, 2014
Star Wars (2013) #20
Upcoming Publications (top)
All dates and previews listed are based off Amazon.com release dates.
October 2014
Star Wars: The Essential Characters (10/7/2014-Softcover)
Recent & Upcoming Publications (top)
The most recent magazines added to the Journals.
Last 10 Issues Added
The Clone Wars Comic, Vol 6 #47 (6/6/2013)
Geek #7 (6/1/2013)
The Clone Wars Comic, Vol 6 #46 (5/2/2013)
The Clone Wars Comic, Vol 6 #45 (4/4/2013)
The Clone Wars Comic, Vol 6 #44 (3/7/2013)
Wired (2/17/2013)
The Clone Wars Comic, Vol 6 #43 (2/7/2013)
The Clone Wars Comic, Vol 6 #42 (1/10/2013)
The Clone Wars Comic, Vol 6 #41 (12/13/2012)
The Clone Wars Comic, Vol 6 #40 (11/15/2012)


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