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Week 3

Friday November 16, 2007
3D Clone Wars Theatrical Release has acquired information about how the 3D Clone Wars may launch.

"During the Hasbro Fall 2007 Analyst Event this morning, they announced the much-anticipated "Star Wars" Clone Wars animated TV series would have a theatrical launch next year on August 8 and then on TV throughout the fall." (Hasbro Fall 2007 Analyst Event Audio) The Clone Wars Theatrical information you seek can be heard 56 minutes into the presentation.

LucasFilm responded to the information obtained by by stating: "I'd like to clarify Hasbro comments this AM about the Clone Wars TV series. We see it as a breakthrough animated television series and are exploring a number of innovative ways to introduce it to the public. No decisions regarding release strategy have been made yet."

They followed up with just one question. Is a theatrical release introducing the series in the works? The response was: "It's one of the many things being discussed but we have no decisions yet. For us it's all about finding a creative way to launch a creative TV series."

Last year when Rick McCallum was talking about another Star Wars movie, everyone thought he didn't know what he was talking about. So what he said might have been true, from a certain point of view.

Posted by: Jedi Power

Friday November 16, 2007
Path to the Force - Episode 229

Today we have Episode 229 of Star Wars Galaxies-Path to the Force which has been created by Nathan Ciprick. You will be able to access these stories through the Comics section. Check out the latest episode!

Star Wars Galaxies-Path to the Force-Episode 229

Be sure to join us next week for the two-hundred and thirtieth episode of Star Wars Galaxies-Path to the Force. Then join us every week as we continue to follow the adventures of the Wookiee E'nac from the Star Wars Galaxies videogame in the form of Gamics!

Posted by: Jedi Power

Thursday November 15, 2007
Movies Section Updated

Today I have updated the Movies Section with a new video clip from one of your favorite Star Wars video games! The latest scene we have provided is the The Return Home to Sulon from the Star Wars video game Dark Forces II: Jedi Knight that was released in 1997. You can find this video clip in the Video Game Scenes section. Special thanks to Ralexand for capturing and sharing the cutscene! If you have a movie clip or scene from any video game in a AVI, MOV, etc. format, please send it in!

Posted by: Jedi Power

Thursday November 15, 2007
Fan Fiction-Brave New Terror

Today we have added a fan fiction story from Jedi Jin Su to the Fan Fiction section. Here are the facts:

Title: Brave New Terror
Author: Jedi Jin Su E-mail:
Category: Drama
Timeline: Prequel Trilogy Era-Bridging the gap after Episode III and before Star Wars: A New Hope
Rating: PG-13 for violence and language and situations.
Summary: How do the characters already in place survive until Star Wars: A New Hope? This hopefully explains a few things and fills in the gaps in the story.
Status: This is Chapter I of a multipart piece.

Posted by: Jedi Power

Wednesday November 14, 2007
2008 Comics

Star Wars Legacy 20.jpg (71296 bytes)The Official Star Wars Site has provided a look at more Dark Horse Comics for Star Wars fans in 2008. It's the last stand of the Galactic Alliance! A new two-part story begins in Star Wars: Legacy as one of the Sith's most wily opponents risks everything to gain ground against the Empire!

For seven years, outlaw Admiral Gar Stazi has led the remains of the Galactic Alliance in hit-and-run operations against the Sith-led Empire. When word reaches him of a nearly completed, top-secret Imperial construction, he gambles his entire fleet to seize the project and turn the tide of war against the Sith!

Star Wars: Legacy #20 is by John Ostrander, Brad Anderson and Douglas Wheatly. It is due out on January 16.

A year-long event with repercussions for every era and every hero in the Star Wars galaxy begins in Knights of the Old Republic.

When a terrible vision reaching more than four thousand years into the future alerts the secret Jedi Covenant to the importance of Taris, they activate an operative already on this planet overrun by Mandalorians. There, in the deadly Undercity, she will encounter a monstrous threat, an ancient legend, and Zayne Carrick, the Padawan accused of killing his fellow students!

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic #25, the first part of the "Vector" storyline, is by John Jackson Miller, Scott Hepburn, Michael Atiyeh and Travis Charest. It is scheduled for release on January 30. For anyone who never knew where to start with Star Wars comics, "Vector" is the perfect introduction to the entire Star Wars line! For any serious Star Wars fan, "Vector" is the must-see event of 2008, with major happenings throughout the most important moments of the galaxy's history!

The conclusion of a shocking two-part tale pitting the Sith Empire against the Galactic Alliance in an all-out space battle! The Sith have lured outlaw Admiral Gar Stazi into a trap to destroy the Alliance once and for all. Yet Stazi is no fool -- he may have agreed to play the Sith's game, but not with the cards they expect! Meanwhile, forces loyal to the deposed Emperor Roan Fel wait on the sidelines. Are they here to help, to hurt, or simply make off with whatever's left when the dust settles?

Star Wars: Legacy #21, by John Ostrander, Omar Francia, Brad Anderson and Doug Wheatley is scheduled for release on February 20.

The second part of the biggest Star Wars story of 2008 begins with Mandalorians galore and ends with the arrival of a seemingly unstoppable threat! Fugitive Padawan Zayne Carrick and his con-artist companion Gryph have fallen into a situation even more dangerous than the one they escaped on war-torn Taris--surrounded by enemies and trapped in close-quarters with a deadly agent of the group who framed Zayne for killing his fellow Jedi-in-training!

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic #26, the second part of "Vector," is by John Jackson Miller, Scott Hepburn, Michael Atiyeh, and Dustin Weaver. It is due out on February 27.

The greatest adventure in the galaxy comes to life in this manga-sized adaptation of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, composed of frames taken directly from the movie! The battle between the cruel Galactic Empire and the ragtag Rebel Alliance reaches its highest pitch yet in this amazing pocket-sized photo comic!

The Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back digest-sized photo comic goes on sale March 26.

LucasArts' game The Force Unleashed, is poised to be the Star Wars event of the year. The game-play promises to be stunning, but we think it's the story that will blow you away. Revealed here are the origins of Darth Vader's secret apprentice, the deadly missions on which he was sent to track down and destroy Jedi, and the awesome decision he is forced to make that will, literally, change the way you look at the Star Wars saga!

Scripted by the game's author, Haden Blackman, the Star Wars: The Force Unleashed graphic novel can be enjoyed alone, or as a companion to the amazing new game. It features artwork by Brian Ching and David Ross. The 104-page graphic novel is due out April 2nd.

Learn the fate of the ancient Jedi Order's most legendary heroes in this huge collection! In a time when Jedi were numerous and the Sith Empire but a bitter memory, an ancient evil rose again, corrupting one of the Jedi's finest and igniting a war that ravaged worlds. The Sith were reborn, ties of friendship and family were betrayed, and the lives of Jedi Nomi Sunrider and Ulic Qel-Droma were changed forever.

The gargantuan 464-page Tales of the Jedi Omnibus, Volume 2 completes the epic Tales of the Jedi saga with "The Freedon Nadd Uprising," "Dark Lords of the Sith," "The Sith War," and "Redemption." It is written by Kevin J. Anderson and Tom Veitch, and features various artists. It is due out April 9.

And finally, complete your photo-comic saga with the manga-sized adaptation of Return of the Jedi. Experience the climax of one of the most beloved sagas in history as Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, and all the rest reach their ultimate destinies in this photo comic that fits perfectly into your pocket! Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi photo comic is due out April 16.

Posted by: Jedi Power

Wednesday November 14, 2007
Galactic Voyage's Anniversary - Serving for 8 Years

Well, as you can see by the new design, today we at Galactic Voyage are celebrating our 8th Anniversary! I started the site on November 14 back in the last century (1999). Thank you to all the Star Wars fans who have come and enjoyed Galactic Voyage these many years! It has been been a pleasure. Without the support of my family and your encouraging words, I am sure the site would have been gone long ago. I hope that Galactic Voyage will continue to grow and prosper in 2008. With the coming of The Force Unleashed, and the new 3D Clone Wars animated series, it looks to be a good year to come.

Now for what is a little different. Other than the design and lots of behind the scenes work, I have decided to make our most popular section (Ships) more streamlined and easier to find what you need. The Ships Section has now been broken into 3 new sections. Ships, Vehicles, and Bases & Space Stations. You will now find them separately from our Features Menu. These new sections have been broken down and grouped into categories for ease of use. I hope you will enjoy them!

Posted by: Jedi Power

Tuesday November 13, 2007
New Online Social & Trading Network Launches

If you are a Star Wars Collector and are into social networking, then this information is for you!, the free online social and trading network for collectors, young and old, dabbling and passionate, has been launched. With collectZing you can easily create and organize catalogues of your collectibles, and store important information about them.

The collectZing Marketplace is an online trading exchange where collectors can buy, sell and swap their collectibles, with no fees or costs during the beta period.

Members can list their items for sale with a range of different payment options, including collectZing’s own virtual currency the ‘Zing’. Potential buyers can then browse and make offers on the items – including offering one of their own items for a swap as part of the trade. The Marketplace is not auction based, so sellers can choose to accept any of the offers, meaning highest price does not necessarily guarantee success.

Unlike auction web sites, collectZing tracks the provenance of the items traded in the Marketplace, helping to prevent fraud and substantially improving the historical information available about a collectible the next time it is offered for sale in the Marketplace.

collectZing benefits all types of collectors. New collectors can learn from more experienced ones, join the community and make long-term friendships, and easily maintain a catalogue of all their new purchases and finds. More passionate collectors can benefit from the detailed object descriptions, which can be used to maintain financial and insurance information, track loans, trades and sale information. is the ideal online meeting place for collectors of anything at all. Most of us have something we collect - even if you don’t view yourself as a ‘collector’ you can still have fun on the site by creating collections of things that are meaningful to you.

Membership of is free, and it only takes a few minutes to join and set up your first collection. Just go to and click the Sign Up button. There are also two videos to introduce you to the world of collecting. You can view the videos on the home page of the website. People who sign up before December 14 will be in the draw for weekly prizes of Amazon vouchers or iPods, plus the Grand Prize of $1,000 cash, a $1,000 Amazon voucher and a Canon EOS digital camera package. is the latest venture for entrepreneurs, David Eedle and Fiona Boyd, cofounders of the successful internet site Arts Hub. The couple and the Arts Hub business are featured in the new book by Emily Ross and Angus Holland 50 Great e-Businesses and the Minds Behind Them (Random House, 2007). Other businesses featured in the book, include Google, Amazon, eBay, MySpace and YouTube.

Be sure to go have a look and tell them Galactic Voyage sent you!

Posted by: Jedi Power

Tuesday November 13, 2007
Path to the Force - Episode 228

Today we have Episode 228 of Star Wars Galaxies-Path to the Force which has been created by Nathan Ciprick. You will be able to access these stories through the Comics section. Check out the latest episode!

Star Wars Galaxies-Path to the Force-Episode 228

Be sure to join us later this week for the two-hundred and twenty-ninth episode of Star Wars Galaxies-Path to the Force. Then join us every week as we continue to follow the adventures of the Wookiee E'nac from the Star Wars Galaxies videogame in the form of Gamics!

Posted by: Jedi Power