Long Time Ago - Marvel Star Wars Legends Comics Series - The Star Wars 2022 Reading List And Schedule
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The Star Wars (2013-2014) #0
A companion to the eight-issue adaptation of The Star Wars, this is an exclusive peek behind the scenes at the designs that have brought a new—yet incredibly familiar—galaxy to life. Included in this volume are the never-before-seen comics sequences that were used in the pitch to George Lucas!
Long Time Ago Reading List And Schedule For 2022
The Star Wars
January - Issue #1
February - Issue #2
March - Issue #3
April - Issue #4
May - Issue #5
June - Issue #6
July - Issue #7
August - Issue #8
Collects The Star Wars #1-8. Before Star Wars, there was The Star Wars! This collection is the official adaptation of George Lucas's rough-draft screenplay for what would become Star Wars, the film that changed motion pictures and the world. You'll see familiar characters and places--but not all is the same in this long-ago and faraway galaxy. Still, strap yourself in for high adventure and lazersword duels, Jedi Knights, Princess Leia, Han Solo, and a battle to defeat the evil Empire!
Star Wars: Splinter of the Mind's Eye
September - Issue #1
October - Issue #2
November - Issue #3
December - Issue #4
Deep in the swamplands of the planet Mimban lies a powerful crystal, capable of giving its possessor an invincible mastery of the Force. In the right hands, it could save the galaxy. But in the wrong hands, it could destroy it. While the explosion of the first Death Star still reverberates through the cosmos, Luke Skywalker finds that the war he thought he won was only a battle, and that the dark side of the Force still stalks the galaxy.
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This series is dedicated in loving memory of Charley Lippincott, who George Lucas hired in late 1975 to join the first Star Wars production as Vice President of Advertising, Publicity, Promotion & Merchandising. He is responsible for Star Wars comics becoming a reality with Marvel! The Force will be with him, always.
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