Star Wars fans rejoice! Especially fans of early Star Wars comics or of comic strip history. IDW and the Library of American Comics are releasing Star Wars: The Classic Newspaper Comics, which finally delivers the original daily and Sunday strips in all their glory!
As Star Wars fans, we’ve gotten burned before. I know that. We’ve all been conned into buying the same thing two or three times in different packaging. It’s true. And even though these comics have been published (of a sort) before, this is really the first time we’re getting the strips in their original and complete form.
(previous interviews in this series can be found here.)
Welcome to another installment of 5 Questions with a 5-Year-Old. Today, Zoey chats with Peter Beagle, author of the classic The Last Unicorn.
Originally published in 1968, The Last Unicorn is a fantasy novel about a unicorn who thinks she is the last of her kind and sets out on a quest to discover what happened to the other unicorns. Along the way, she teams up with the magician Schmendrick, gets attacked by the demon Red Bull, becomes human, falls in love, attacks the villainous King Haggard, and saves the kingdom.
Not only is it a classic work of fantasy literature, but the 1982 Rankin-Bass animated film solidified its place in popular culture and became a classic for the 80s generation. Despite the fact that the novel has been in print for more than 45 years, for many people my age, the movie is the only version of the story they know.