What Does Canon Mean In Comics?

What does its canon mean?

Canon is anything that actually happened in the original story, and not an adaptation. Or anything officially stated by the creator(s) through some other means. Basically, it’s what actually counts when having a discussion of the story or characters.

What does canon mean in Marvel?

Canon. In the context of fiction, the canon of a fictional universe comprises those novels, stories, films, etc. that are considered to be genuine (or “official”), and those events, characters, settings, etc. that are considered to have inarguable existence within the fictional universe.

Where did the term Canon come from?

The use of the word “canon” originated in reference to a set of texts derives from Biblical canon, the set of books regarded as scripture, as contrasted with non-canonical Apocrypha.

What Star Wars comics are canon?

Star Wars Canon Comics

  • Star Wars: Princess Leia by Mark Waid, Terry Dodson, Rachel Dodson, Jordie Bellaire, and Joe Caramagna.
  • Star Wars: Skywalker Strikes by Jason Aaron, John Cassaday, and Laura Martin.
  • Star Wars: Poe Dameron, Black Squadron by Charles Soule, Phil Noto, and Joe Caramagna.