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Review: 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' is a Fun, Fast-Paced Space Adventure

Solo: A Star Wars Story Review

The “Star Wars Expanded Universe” – Lucasfilm’s stockpile of officially licensed books, comics, video games, television series, spin-off films, and other media created outside of the official canon – began with the 1978 novel, Splinter of the Mind’s Eye. Written by Alan Dean Foster, the direct sequel to George Lucas’s original 1977 film drew inspiration from early drafts of the script. In 1979, author Brian Daley expanded the universe further with Han Solo at Stars’ End, the first in a trilogy of Solo-centric adventures (which would later be turned into comic books). For over 35 years, the EU gave Star Wars fans what they wanted most – more Star Wars – even if the stories and character developments weren’t considered canon by the creator. ›››

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