This time, Grand Moff Tarkin is back and is getting the 12" format as he is revealed as an Entertainment Earth exclusive Gentle Giant has designed the figure off of his Star Wars: A New Hope appearance with his Empire uniform Grand Moff Tarkin features an exact sculpt as his original 3.75" sculpt with a[...]
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Stellar work by the animation team there. Once we leave that first mission, we see a familiar address from a certain galactic ruler that took on new meaning, and we get our first glimpse of Grand Moff Tarkin He is not in the episode a ton, but his presence gives huge weight to the scenes he[...]
In addition, the series' voice cast will also include Ming-Na Wen as Fennec Shand, Stephen Stanton as Grand Moff Tarkin, and Andrew Kishino as Saw Gerrera Dave Filoni (The Mandalorian, SW: The Clone Wars), Athena Portillo (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels), Brad Rau (Star Wars Rebels, Star Wars Resistance), and Jennifer Corbett[...]
Star Wars collectors were shocked in February when Hasbro announced plans to not only re-release vintage Kenner style figures on throwback cards, but that they would be producing one of the figures not done back in the day, Grand Moff Tarkin Why Kenner didn't make Tarkin in the original line, I don't know But now[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Grand Moff Tarkin discovers Darth Vader scouring the data vaults on Scarif Vader wants to know about Project Stardust, but Tarkin isn't happy about this intrusion Tarkin, with the help of the Emperor, informs Lord Vader that he is to assist Tarkin in any way he can, and this leads the Dark Lord to[...]
Commander Thrawn and Eli Vanto are called to resolve a dispute between the local populace and human colonists of a planet called Cyphar. It is believed the criminal Nightswan is involved. Does it make for a good read?
This leads her into contact with duplicitous Moffs, treasonous advocacy groups, Commander Thrawn, and even Grand Moff Tarkin. Star Wars: Thrawn #3 cover by Paul Renaud Star Wars: Thrawn #3 is another text-intensive and low-action issue in the miniseries, but this one improves on the previous installment with its House of Cards-esque backstabbing and power plays. The issue,[...]
We take a look at Darth Vader #5 - in which we, and Vader, get a glimpse of what could have been had Vader chosen the light.