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Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) comic books

  • Issue #0AE
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 0AE

    6 3/4 x 9 1/4. American Entertainment Exclusive. Reprints stories from Marvel Comics' Pizzazz magazine from the late 70's by Roy Thomas, Archie Goodwin, Howard Chaykin, Tony DeZuniga, & Marie Severin.

  • Issue #0AU
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 0AU
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($0.70) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    6 3/4 x 9 1/4. Another Universe Exclusive. Reprints stories from Marvel Comics' Pizzazz magazine from the late 70's by Roy Thomas, Archie Goodwin, Howard Chaykin, Tony DeZuniga, & Marie Severin.

  • Issue #1A
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 1A

    Prelude to Rebellion: Part 1 of 6 – Written by Jan Strnad. Art by Anthony Winn and Robert Jones. Ki-Adi-Mundi is a Jedi Knight of formidable power and influence, but not on his own homeworld of Cerea. Most of the planet's citizens are happy to continue their low-tech lives of simplicity, isolated from the Republic, but a new generation of Cereans crave speeder bikes and starships, and are prepared to fight their elders for them! How can a Jedi take up arms against his own children? 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1AU
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 1AU

    Another Universe.com Exclusive Edition. Cover by Ken Kelly. Prelude to Rebellion part 1 of 6. By Jan Strnad & Anthony Winn.

  • Issue #2A
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 2A
    • Signed by cover artist Ken Kelly with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.50) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: White
    • Label #0255400003

    Prelude to Rebellion: Part 2 of 6 – Written by Jan Strnad. Art by Anthony Winn and Robert Jones. Ki-Adi-Mundi, Jedi Knight of the planet Cerea, has been charged with murder, and only the high technology of the Republic can exonerate him. But this isn't the most brutal irony: Ki's own teenage daughter is an accessory to the murder! Sinister forces are gathering around Cerea, but what could they possibly want with a remote, low-tech farm world? 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2AU
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 2AU
    • Signed by cover artist Ken Kelly with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Another Universe.com Exclusive Edition. Cover by Ken Kelly. Prelude to Rebellion part 2 of 6. By Jan Strnad & Anthony Winn.

  • Issue #3A
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 3A
    • Signed by cover artist Ken Kelly with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Prelude to Rebellion: Part 3 of 6 – Written by Jan Strnad. Art by Anthony Winn and Robert Jones. As Ki-Adi-Mundi gets closer to the truth of who is seeking to destabilize his homeworld, and why, he comes closer and closer to his own doom, and only the dimly remembered teachings of his diminutive Jedi Master can save him! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4A
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 4A

    Prelude to Rebellion: Part 4 of 6 – Written by Jan Strnad. Art by Anthony Winn and Robert Jones. Sylvn and the fugitives have taken flight from Cerea, but their starship's cargo hold is fit to burst with a load of unstoppable alien beasts. Action was what the youngsters hoped to find in the spacelanes beyond their provincial homeworld, but now they have more than they bargained for, and a trial back home to face the consequences of their actions is beginning to sound downright cozy! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #5A
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 5A

    Prelude to Rebellion: Part 5 of 6 – Written by Jan Strnad. Art by Anthony Winn, John Nadeau and Robert Jones. High above the desert sands of Tatooine, a battle of life and death is taking place! On a freighter loaded with bloodthirsty beasts, lone Jedi Ki-Adi-Mundi must fight his way to his daughter, trapped in a malfunctioning escape pod with the merciless -- but just as helpless -- criminal Ephant Mon. Only Ki can save them, but the only way to save them may be to let Ephant Mon escape . . . with Ki's daughter! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #6A
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 6A

    Prelude to Rebellion: Part 6 of 6 – Written by Jan Strnad. Art by Anthony Winn, John Nadeau and Robert Jones. As Ki races to save his daughter from the clutches of the vile gangster Jabba the Hutt, he inadvertently discovers that the Hutt crime lord is secretly procuring munitions for a war fleet massing in orbit above Tatooine. Suddenly, Ki's problems on his homeworld of Cerea seem very small indeed! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #8
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 8

    Outlander #2 by Timothy Truman, Tom Raney, and Mark Lipka; cover by Ken Kelly As Ki-Adi-Mundi prepares to return to the desert wastes of Tatooine in search of a wayward Jedi, he is stopped by an old friend and mentor. The Dark woman has news for the Cerean Jedi, and he¹s not going to like it! Once on Tatooine, Ki meets with the crime lord Jabba the Hutt. Despite the fact that the slimy crime lord had only recently threatened the life of Ki¹s daughter, Ki-Adi-Mundi has no choice but to ask for Jabba¹s aid in his search. Ki receives the aid, but nothing from Jabba the Hutt is ever free! On sale July 21 FC, 32pg$2.50 " Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #9
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 9
    • Signed by writer Timothy Truman and cover artist Ken Kelly with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Outlander #3 by Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi, and Mark Lipka; cover by Ken Kelly Only the hardiest beings in the galaxy can withstand the blistering sands of Tatooine for very long, so one can only imagine the fortitude of the nomadic Tusken Raiders who make their home there. But even the toughest among the Sand People, Sharad Hett, may not be able to survive an attack by the dreaded krayt dragon, Tatooine¹s fiercest predator, unless Jedi Ki-Adi-Mundi offers to help! On sale August 25. FC, 32pg$2.50" Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #11
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 11

    Outlander #5 by Tim Truman, Rick Leonardi, and Mark Lipka; cover by Ken Kelly Bounty hunter Aurra Sing has located the Tusken camp where Ki-Adi-Mundi and Sharad Hett have hidden themselves. Now it's time for her boss, Gardulla the Hutt, to turn up the heat and eliminate the Tusken menace forever! This is one issue you won?t want to miss! Featuring the storytelling talents of Tim Truman, the pencilling prowess of Rick Leonardi, and the deep, rich inks of Mark Lipka! Plus a cover by Ken Kelly! On sale October 27 FC, 32pg" Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #12
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 12

    Outlander #6 by Tim Truman, Rick Leonardi, and Mark Lipka; cover by Ken Kelly Ki and the Tuskan settlement are under attack from a mob of citizens goaded on by Gardulla the Hutt. As if that weren't enough, Aurra Sing chooses that moment to appear and cause even more trouble. Epic battles, revealed secrets, and a hero falls. Tim Truman, Rick Leonardi, and Mark Lipka make this an issue not to miss! Featuring a cover by Ken Kelly! On sale November 24 FC, 32pg" Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #14
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 14

    Emissaries to Malastare #2 by Tim Truman, Tom Lyle, and Robert Jones; cover by Mark Schultz Half of the Jedi Council has been sent to the world of Malastare?one of the last worlds to hold Podraces?to negotiate a peace treaty between two warring factions. But the whole affair is being manipulated by a secret, third party, out to assassinate the Jedi! This story arc features many familiar characters from The Phantom Menace. Witness the ongoing adventures that bridge the gap between Episodes I & II! On sale January 26 FC, 32pg"; Emissaries To Malastare #2 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #15
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 15

    Emissaries to Malastare #3 by Tim Truman, Tom Lyle, and Robert Jones; cover by Mark Schultz As the world of Malastare begins to thrum to the rocket thrusts of the galaxy's greatest Podracers, the Jedi Council members are threatened from all sides! Lannik Terrorists, Ffib priests, and half of the galaxy's most nefarious crime lords are here, and justice is the last thing on their minds! And in the hard-bitten world of Podracing, they've never stopped a race just because a few sentients have tumbled onto the track?even if those unfortunate beings are Jedi Knights! On sale February 23 FC, 32pg" Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #16
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 16

    Emissaries to Malastare #4 by Tim Truman, Tom Lyle, and Robert Jones; cover by Mark Schultz As Lannik terrorists and Ffib priests prepare to wipe out half of the Jedi Council, the Jedi must ask themselves: is there any hope for peace, or was this a ruse all along? The answer lies somewhere among the rocky flats and methane pools of Malastare, but so does death, and for one of the team, life will never be the same again! On sale March 22 FC, 32pg Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #18
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 18

    Emissaries To Malastare #6 by Timothy Truman, Tom Lyle, and Robert Jones; cover by Mark Schultz Jedi Masters Mace Windu and Depa Billaba stumble across a savage pitfighting ring in the depths of the Smugglers Moon. But the ringmasters are very determined to keep their audience happy, and what could be more exciting than rancors and vicious akk dogs against the galaxy's strongest Jedi? Don't miss the stunning conclusion to "Emissaries to Malastare!" FC, 32pg Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #20
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 20

    Twilight #2. by John Ostrander, Jan Duursema, and Rick Magyar; cover by Jan Duursema Quinlan Vos searches for his past ? and the Devaronian Villie is his reluctant helper. First stop, the home of Bib Fortuna, right-hand man to the nefarious Jabba the Hutt! Can Quin resist the pull of the dark side when dealing with lowlifes like Bib? His search for the mysterious woman, Aayla, will take him from a band of thugs to a stolen ship pursued by smugglers! Get on board and see if he makes it! FC, 32pg Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #21
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 21

    Twilight #3 by JOHN OSTRANDER, JAN DUURSEMA, and RICK MAGYAR; cover by JAN DUURSEMA Aayla Secura is the Padawan apprentice of the mysterious Jedi Quinlan Vos, and Vos needs to know why she disappeared ? and that knowledge is trapped in the dark recesses of his lost memory. And as Vos searches for answers, he may not like what he finds, as those who appear to be friends turn out instead to be lethal enemies. Join Quinlan in his deadly quest for the truth in the third chapter of "Twilight." On sale August 23 FC, 32pg (3 of 4) Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #22
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 22

    Twilight #4 by JOHN OSTRANDER, JAN DUURSEMA, and RICK MAGYAR; cover by JAN DUURSEMA After finally finding his Padawan apprentice Aayla Secura, Jedi Quinlan Vos uncovers a chain of corruption and vice that reaches much further than he ever thought possible...leading all the way to the galactic Senate on the planet of Coruscant! It's up to Quinlan to find the parties responsible for the kidnap and torture of his Padawan and bring them to justice. Make sure you don't miss this exciting final chapter in the "Twilight" story arc. FC, 32pg (4 of 4) Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #23
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 23

    Infinity's End: Part 1 of 4 – Written by Pat Mills. Art by Ramon F. Bachs and Raul Fernandez. Cover by Andrew Robinson. The planet Ova and all its inhabitants have mysteriously disappeared. Now it's up to Jedi Quinlan Vos to discover why. His investigation takes him on an undercover journey to the planet of Dathomir where he must take on the role of a slave and bend to the will of the various warring clans of witches who rule the planet. Will Quin be able to find the answer to Ova's disappearance before he falls prey to the dark side? Find the answers to these questions and more in the first exciting chapter of "Infinity's End!" 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #24
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 24

    Infinity's End: Part 2 of 4 – Written by Pat Mills. Art by Ramon F. Bachs and Raul Fernandez. Cover by Andrew Robinson. On the witch-world of Dathomir, as Jedi Quinlan Vos continues his investigation into the disappearance of the planet Ova, Quin is forced to dig a little deeper by masquerading as a slave. When he uncovers the secrets of the Infinity Gate and the grotesque hag Ros-Lai, he takes a step closer to the truth about the planet's disappearance -- and a step closer to the dark side. Will he unearth the mystery? Or will he find out that some stones are better left unturned? 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #25
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 25
    • Signed by cover artist Andrew Robinson with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Infinity's End: Part 3 of 4 – Written by Pat Mills. Art by Ramon F. Bachs and Raul Fernandez. Cover by Andrew Robinson. The witch Ros Lai has revealed her true self to Jedi Quinlan Vos, and now she wants him dead. While Quin wants to find a way into the Star Chamber in order to stop it from being used ever again, Ros Lai needs to activate the Chamber's power in order to kill her wicked mother, the witch Zalem. Either way, it looks like Quin is going to have to deal with a whole mess of angry witches before his job will be finished! Written by acclaimed Marshal Law creator Pat Mills and illustrated by the sensational Joker/Mask penciller Ramon Bachs, "Infinity's End" is a white-knuckle Episode I-era blockbuster! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #26
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 26
    • Signed by cover artist Andrew Robinson with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Infinity's End: Part 4 of 4 – Written by Pat Mills. Art by Ramon F. Bachs and Raul Fernandez. Cover by Andrew Robinson. The power of the Star Chamber is unleashed! Jedi Quinlan Vos loses a friend while attempting to save an entire planet from destruction. There's no light at the end of this tunnel. Don't miss this earthshaking conclusion to "Infinity's End." Written by acclaimed Marshall Law creator Pat Mills and illustrated by the sensational Joker/Mask penciller Ramon F. Bachs with inks by Raul Fernandez, "Infinity's End" is a white-knuckle Episode I-era blockbuster! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #27
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 27
    • Signed by artist Randy Green with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Starcrash #1 by DOUG PETRIE, RANDY GREEN, and ANDY OWENS;cover by RANDY GREEN This issue, meet Jedi Yoshi Raph-Elan. On his way to a meeting of Jedi, Yoshi is attacked by an unknown enemy. Stranded without even a lightsaber, he must find out what this new threat wants. Along the way, he meets the beautiful princess Lourdes, and learns a lesson about trusting ancient prophecies. And it's all brought to you by Doug Petrie (Buffy: Ring of Fire and writer for the Buffy TVS TV series), Randy Green (Witchblade), and Andy Owens (Buffy and Angel). FC, 32pg (one-shot) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #28
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 28

    The Hunt For Aurra Sing #1 by TIM TRUMAN, DAVIDE FABBRI, and CHRISTIAN DALLA VECCHIA;cover by JON FOSTER Get ready for some electrifying lightsaber battle action! Aurra Sing arrives on Coruscant with a mean streak, killing Jedi within the very shadows of the Temple. The Jedi Council must now decide how to deal with the infamous bounty hunter. Several Jedi Knights volunteer for the honor of bringing Sing to justice. But do they want justice or vengeance? It's going to take more than a grudge to bring down an assassin with a reputation for killing Jedi. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #29
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 29

    The Hunt For Aurra Sing #2 by TIM TRUMAN, DAVIDÉ FABBRI, and CHRISTIAN DALLA VECCHIA;cover by JON FOSTER With a team of Jedi on her tail, the murderous Aurra Sing meets her next clients ? exiled Quarrens from the planet Mon Calimari. The Quarrens seek revenge on the one who caused them to be banished from their ocean homeworld. And Aurra takes a special interest in this new job when she learns that her next hit is on the one she once called "teacher" ? the Dark Woman! But Aurra's date with her former master gets put on hold when she is confronted in space by a Jedi cruiser! Make sure you don't miss this second thrilling chapter of "The Hunt for Aurra Sing!" FC, 32pg (2 of 4) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #30
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 30
    • Signed by writer Timothy Truman with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    The Hunt For Aurra Sing #3 by TIM TRUMAN, DAVIDÉ FABBRI, and CHRISTIAN DALLA VECCHIA; cover by JON FOSTER Aurra Sing tracks her current target and former mentor, the Dark Woman, to a lush jungle world which is being bombarded by a seasonal meteor shower. On this beautiful yet dangerous planet, the Dark Woman seeks respite from the rigors of Jedi life and peace from her past, but her past failure has now been paid to hunt and kill her! Converging onto the same planet, Adi Gallia, Ki-Adi-Mundi, and A'Sharad Hett accompany a suspicious Quarren expedition from Mon Calamari to the surface, questioning the Quarren senator's motives and prepared to uncover the hidden reason behind his expedition! "The Hunt for Aurra Sing" continues in this exciting third chapter! On sale May 30 FC, 32pg (3 of 4) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #31
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 31

    The Hunt For Aurra Sing #4 by TIM TRUMAN, DAVIDÉ FABBRI, and CHRISTIAN DALLA VECCHIA; cover by JON FOSTER On a dangerous jungle planet, the Dark Woman is shot and wounded while Aurra Sing seeks to kill her next mark ? the corrupt senator, Tikkes. The three Jedi who stand in her way, Adi Gallia, Ki-Adi-Mundi, and A'Sharad Hett, attempt to defend the remnants of the senator's suspicious Quarren expedition, rescue the Dark Woman, and bring Aurra Sing to justice before she carries out another assassination! Sing is pleased with this chance to add to her lightsaber collection while completing another deadly job! When confronted by Sing, will A'Sharad Hett succumb to his darkest desires and ultimately seek vengeance for the murder of his father? Will three Jedi be enough to take down this heartless warrior? "The Hunt for Aurra Sing" concludes with this exciting finale! On sale June 27 FC, 32pg (4 of 4) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #32
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 32
    • Signed by writer John Ostrander with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    DARKNESS #1 by JOHN OSTRANDER, JAN DUURSEMA, and RAY KRYSSING; cover by JON FOSTER The saga of Quinlan Vos, a troubled Jedi still trying to regain stability after having his memory erased, continues in this latest Star Wars story arc. Despite his successful mission on Dathomir, the Jedi Council still feels that he walks dangerously close to the dark side. Kiffex, a prison planet under watch by the Guardians, is suddenly thrust into chaos when an unidentified enemy decimates a security compound. Quinlan Vos is specifically requested to investigate because of his Guardian ancestry, and he soon finds himself on another suicide mission. Developing subplots first introduced in "Twilight" and "Infinity's End" and debuting new Star Wars characters, this beginning salvo of "Darkness" sets the stage for a harrowing tale of horror and adventure. On sale July 25 FC, 32pg (1 of 4) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #33
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 33

    Darkness #2 by JOHN OSTRANDER, JAN DUURSEMA, and RAY KRYSSING; cover by JON FOSTER Bad things are happening on the prison planet of Kiffex. A Guardian outpost on the planet has been overrun by the vampiric Anzati and weapons from the outpost have spread to the inmates. When Jedi Quinlan Vos, a direct descendant of the Guardians, is summoned to help investigate the disaster, he cannot refuse. But the Jedi, who is struggling with the draw of the dark side, may be in for more than he bargained. Fortunately, Quin has the help of his scheming Devaronian pal Villie, his former Master, Tholme, and unexpected support in the shape of a small blind cook. Quin will need all the help he can get to survive this mission and avoid falling into the darkness... On sale August 22 FC, 32pg (2 of 4) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #35
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 35

    Darkness #4 by JOHN OSTRANDER, JAN DUURSEMA, and RAY KRYSSING; cover by JON FOSTER Quinlan Vos is looking for his missing Padawan, Aayla. Unfortunately, she has fallen in with some bad company ? namely a vampiric dark Jedi name Karkko. To make things worse they are all trapped on a lawless prison planet crawling with mutant vampire-like aliens. Quin's pal Villie has a plan to get them off the planet but it doesn't include rescuing Aayla. That's something that Quin won't consider. He must face off against Karkko and rescue his Padawan ? or die trying. Make sure not to miss the conclusion of the thrilling Darkness story arc! On sale October 24 FC, 32pg (4 of 4) . . . $2.99 Cover price $0.99.

  • Issue #36
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 36

    The Stark Hyperspace War #1 by JOHN OSTRANDER, DAVIDÉ FABBRI, and CHRISTIAN DALLA VECCHIA; cover by JON FOSTER During a time of conflict, the galaxy's supply of bacta, used to treat the sick and injured, runs dangerously low making the existing supply highly valuable. The charismatic and bold Iaco Stark brings together a conglomeration of pirates and smugglers to form the Stark Commercial Collective. Their goal: liberate the existing supplies of bacta for the Outer Rim colonies. Intrigue and treachery abound until Senator Valorum arranges to bring in the Jedi to negotiate peace between the Republic, the Trade Federation, and the Stark Collective. Before talks can begin double-crosses are already being planned. But what exactly is the trap and who will fall victim? Don't miss out on this first issue in a new story arc which tells how Plo Koon became a permanent member of the Jedi Council! On sale November 28 FC, 32pg (1 of 4) . . . $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #38
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 38

    The Stark Hyperspace War #3 by JOHN OSTRANDER, DAVIDÉ FABBRI, and CHRISTIAN DALLA VECCHIA; cover by JAN DUURSEMA and DAVE MCCAIG The Stark Hyperspace War gets more intense. To prevent the Republic Senate from surrendering, the Jedi must get Senator Valorum back to Coruscant. The assaults grow heavier on the remnants of the Republic forces on Troiken and the fragile defense falls increasingly to Plo Koon. Can Qui-Gon Jinn find the secret of the virus that has corrupted the Republic nav computers and open up the hyperspace lanes to the Republic again? Meanwhile, Tholme and his apprentice, Quinlan Vos, struggle to get what they've learned back to the other Jedi. On sale January 23 FC, 32pg (3 of 4) . . . $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #39
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 39

    The Stark Hyperspace War #4 by JOHN OSTRANDER, DAVIDÉ FABBRI, and CHRISTIAN DALLA VECCHIA; cover by JON FOSTER While Tholme and Quinlan Vos try to make their escape from Thyferra, the Republic forces on Troiken stage a desperate battle against the overwhelming might of the Stark Collective. Can Plo Koon, Qui-Gon Jinn, and Adi Gallia rally the troops? And can they get Senator Valorum back to Coruscant before the Republic surrenders to Stark's demands? Don't miss the thrilling conclusion to the Stark Hyperspace War. On sale February 20 FC, 32pg (4 of 4) . . . $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #40
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 40

    The Devaronian Version #1 by JOHN OSTRANDER, DAVIDÉ FABBRI, and CHRISTIAN DALLA VECCHIA; cover by KILIAN PLUNKETT There's an ugly rumor making the rounds in the squalid cantinas and dives in the lowest levels of Coruscant. They're saying that Vilmarh Grahrk has gone soft, that he's working with the Jedi, that Villie has gone...legit. Our Devaronian rogue wants to set the record straight and he gives HIS somewhat jaundiced side of what has happened. The Devaronian Version, first of two parts, is a fine place for new readers to come on board as well as setting the stage for the next year of stories. Oh, and if you actually BUY his side of the story, Villie has a nice moon called Nar Shaddaa that he would LOVE to sell you! On sale March 20 FC, 32pg (1 of 2) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #41
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 41

    The Devaronian Version: Part 2 of 2 - Written by John Ostrander. Art by Davide Fabri and Christina Dalla Vecchia. cover by Killian Plunkett. At last -- the truth about how Villie wound up on the prison planet Kiffex, the truth on how he defeated a Dark Jedi and duped the Jedi for his freedom, and the truth about why he took Quinlan Vos as his apprentice. Well, sort of the truth. Well, okay, maybe not the truth at all. It's the second part of THE DEVARONIAN VERSION, our rogue Vilmarh Grahrk's side of the story thus far. A good place for new readers and a fun revision for long time readers. And if you believe this, Villie has a nice moon called Nar Shaddaa he would like to sell you! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #43
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 43

    Rite of Passage #2 BY JOHN OSTRANDER, JAN DUURSEMA, RAY KRYSSING, and DAVE MCCAIG; cover by JAN DUURSEMA & DAVE MCCAIG As Jedi Knight Quinlan Vos and his former Padawan Aayla each prepare to take the next step in their lives as Jedi (he to advance to the rank of Master, she from apprentice to Knight), they each make the decision to follow the living Force and see where it will take them. To their surprise, they both end up in the same place ? coming upon the threads of a kidnapping plot, a conspiracy against the Republic, and a father-and-son team of bodyguards with the training and the weapons to destroy two meddlesome Jedi! Star Wars action as you like it! On sale June 19 FC, 32pg (2 of 4) . . . $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #44
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 44

    Rite of Passage #3 by JOHN OSTRANDER, JAN DUURSEMA, RAY KRYSSING, and DAVE MCCAIG; cover by JAN DUURSEMA and DAVE MCCAIG Jedi Master Tholme has been captured by the dreaded Morgukai assassins, and the ship carrying his would-be resucers ? Jedi Quinlan Vos and Aayla Secura ? has been shot down in the lifeless deserts of the planet Kintan. The brave Jedi take everything the Endless Wastes have to throw at them, from searing heat to flesh-scouring sandstorms, but their real challenge comes when they must face the Morgukai... On sale July 17 FC, 32pg (3 of 4) . . . $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #45
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 45

    Rite of Passage #4 by JOHN OSTRANDER, JAN DUURSEMA, and RAY KRYSSING; cover by JAN DUURSEMA and DAVE MCCAIG To secure the future of the planet Ryloth ? and the continued stability of the Republic ? newly-Knighted Jedi Aayla Secura must breech an impenetrable fortress and rescue the young heir of one of Ryloth's ruling clans, while her former teacher, Quinlan Vos, fights a battle to the death against a father-and-son team of Morgukai assassins who are armed with weapons his lightsaber can't stop. It may be true that Jedi don't seek excitement, but excitement has found Quin and Aayla, and it will take every bit of their training to come out of this adventure alive! On sale August 21 FC, 32pg (4 of 4) . . . $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #46
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 46

    Honor and Duty #1 by JOHN OSTRANDER, TBA; cover by STEVE FIRCHOW An important Senate vote is immanent, and a Senator from a small system is suddenly in possession of two things he never expected to have: the power of a "swing" vote, and a death threat! At the insistence of the Supreme Chancellor, Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi and his Padawan Anakin Skywalker are ordered to help protect the Senator ? along with the Senator's regular team of Senate Guards. Ordinarily, four stalwart protectors would be more than enough to ensure the Senator's safety, but as the Jedi and the Guards discover, this situation is far from ordinary... Star Wars: Republic, and its sister title Star Wars: Empire, are now the flagships for Star Wars continuity comics! On sale September 18 FC, 32pg (1 of 4) . . . $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #47
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 47

    Honor and Duty #2 by JOHN OSTRANDER, C.P. SMITH, and JASEN RODRIGUEZ; cover by STEVE FIRCHOW Obi-Wan and Anakin have their hands full protecting one Senator Greyshade from attacks by droid assassins, sky-bike riding Dug assassins, and beautiful assassin princesses with diplomatic immunity. Meanwhile, Autem and Omin, the two Senate Guards who are also on the Greyshade assignment, discover a common link among the assassins ? a link that strikes a little too close to home for Autem. Action and adventure during the time that the Republic ruled the galaxy and the Jedi were the glue that held the Republic together! On sale October 18 FC, 32pg . . . $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #48
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 48

    Honor and Duty #3 by JOHN OSTRANDER, C. P. SMITH, and JASEN RODRIGUEZ; cover by STEVE FIRCHOW Obi-Wan and Anakin's lightsabers are working overtime as they are confronted by assassins on all sides ? a beautiful princess with a penchant for deadly toys and exotic martial arts; a radio-pathic alien with specially-constructed battle droids; and a crazed Dug on a speeder bike. Meanwhile, the two Senate Guards assigned to the case are making disturbing discoveries about the person who hired the assassins. For one of the Guard's, "family ties" may be a noose that drags him to death and disgrace! On sale November 20 FC, 32pg . . . $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #49
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 49

    Sacrifice#1 by JOHN OSTRANDER and JAN DUURSEMA; cover by RYAN BENJAMIN The Clone Wars begin here! With the Battle of Geonosis, the galaxy is officially plunged into war. As the Jedi Council struggles with their new role as leaders of the Republic's clone army, other Jedi operatives have taken on the job of intelligence gathering. On a vast space station known as "The Wheel," Jedi knight Aayla Secura is searching for a notorious gun-runner who can help her intercept the Separatist's latest secret plans. But spying is a dirty business, and operatives are often more expendable than the information they possess. Is this what being a Jedi has come to? With this issue, Star Wars: Republic jumps into the as yet unrevealed events in the time period between Episode II and Episode III ? the Clone Wars! If you're wondering what happens next after Attack of the Clones, this is where you find the answers! On sale December 18 FC, 32pg . . . $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #53
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 53

    "Blast Radius" HADEN BLACKMAN and BRIAN CHING; cover by BRIAN CHING On sale April 19, FC, 32pg, $2.99 An all-Jedi strike force is assembled for a secret mission to infiltrate a Skakoan Techno Union base that is supporting the Separatists. Among those selected for the mission is Obi-Wan Kenobi, who finds himself teamed with several legendary Jedi Masters. Surrounded by so many powerful individuals, Obi-Wan feels there is little he can bring to the mission. But when the base turns out to be a trap designed to kill Jedi, Obi-Wan finds himself in a leadership position, fighting for the survival of the team! Jedi powers, Jedi sacrifices, and another surprising confrontation! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #54
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 54

    JOHN OSTRANDER, JAN DUURSEMA, DAN PARSONS cover by TBA On sale May 21, FC, 32pg, $2.99 While the rest of the Jedi have become generals and are leading armies in the Clone Wars, Quinlan Vos has remained in the shadows. Sent undercover by the Jedi Council to spy on the Separatists, the Council now fears that Quin has gone too deep. Is he still an agent for the Republic, or has he turned traitor? When Quin disobeys an order to return to Coruscant, another Jedi is sent to bring him back?or end his treachery! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #55
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 55

    HADEN BLACKMAN and BRIAN CHING cover by KEV WALKER On sale June 18, FC, 32pg, $2.99 The Battle of Jabiim part 1 of 4 General Kenobi and his First Lieutenant, Anakin Skywalker, find themselves transferred to a post on the rain-soaked planet Jabiim. The fighting is fierce, and the vast majority of the locals have sided with the Separatists ?leaving the Republic's outposts isolated and vulnerable. In the face of mounting casualties and shrinking resources, Obi-Wan leads what he hopes will be a crippling attack on the enemy. But the environment is against the Jedi and his clone troops?the rain won't let up, their war machines bog down in the mud, and air support is non-existent! This might be Obi-Wan's final mission! A pivotal battle in the Clone Wars, it sets the stage for a young Jedi to become a hero, for others to become martyrs, and for a decision that will affect the next generation of the Skywalker family! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #56
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 56

    HADEN BLACKMAN and BRIAN CHING cover by TOMÁS GIORELLO On sale July 16, FC, 32pg, $2.99 "The Battle of Jabiim" Part 2 (of 4)?Obi-Wan Kenobi is MIA, presumed dead. When his master is killed in a battle with Jabiimi rebels, Anakin Skywalker finds himself assigned to a squad of similarly "orphaned" Padawans. The non-stop rain and violent storms on Jabiim suit Anakin's mood of despair punctuated with rage. Some of the other Padawans feel the same way. Whether they're aware of it or not, they all have chips on their shoulders and are looking for either revenge...or a way to follow their dead masters in death. When a routine re-supply mission turns into a life or death fight, Anakin is faced with a choice: either set his feelings aside and follow his training, or give into his anger and use the power of the dark side! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #57
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 57

    HADEN BLACKMAN/BRIAN CHING cover by TOMÁS GIORELLO On sale August 20, FC, 32pg, $2.99 Fighting along side a squad of young Jedi whose Masters have been casualties of the Clone Wars, Anakin Skywalker is finally feeling at peace with himself and the anger he holds inside. So, of course, he receives new orders to report to a rear echelon position? just as the "Padawan Pack" is commanded to hold an indefensible position against an overwhelming Separatist attack! This issue depicts a major battle in the Clone Wars?and a turning point in the career of the young man who will one day become Darth Vader! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #58
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 58

    HADEN BLACKMAN & BRIAN CHING cover by TOMÁS GIORELLO On sale September 17, FC, 32pg, $2.99 The planet Jabiim is falling to the Separatists, and the final command rests on the shoulder's of Anakin Skywalker. Obi-Wan is missing in action, and all of Anakin's fellow Jedi are dead. The honorable thing to do would be to fight to the last man ? or clone ? alongside the loyalist Jabiimi. The smart thing would be to live to fight another day ? save as many of his remaining troops as possible and retreat. Will Anakin listen to his heart, or his head? Should he die a hero, or survive to become a general? And which decision is the right one? Is there a "right" choice? Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #59
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 59

    JOHN OSTRANDER/JAN DUURSEMA/DAN PARSONS cover by ANDY BRASE In the aftermath of a battle on the desert moon of Aargonar, Anakin Skywalker finds himself stranded behind enemy lines with the last person in the galaxy that he wants to be with: fellow Jedi A'Sharad Hett ?from a Tusken Raider clan on their native Tatooine. For Anakin, their struggle to make it back to the Republic's lines also becomes a test of whether he can control his hatred of the Tuskens?and whether or not he can keep the shameful secret of his murder of the Tusken tribe... Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #61
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 61

    Dead Ends - Written by John Ostrander. Art by Brandon Badeaux and Armando Durruthy. Cover by Brian Ching. While the Clone Wars continue, sinister plans are afoot within the Senate. Senator Bail Organa's ship is attacked by pirates and former Supreme Chancellor Valorum returns to warn of treachery behind the scenes. With the Jedi away at the wars, citizen Senators must fight for the preservation of the Republic against the power of the Sith. Characters in this issue: Senator Bail Organa; Adi Gallia; Plo Koon; Ki-Adi-Mundi; Yoda; Senator Mon Mothma; Anakin Skywalker; Supreme Chancellor Palpatine; Finis Valorum; Senator Ask Aak. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #62
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 62

    by JOHN OSTRANDER (W) and TOMÁS GIORELLO (A) BRIAN CHING (cover) On sale February 18, FC, 32pg, $2.99 Escaping from Ventress Asajj's fortress, Obi-Wan Kenobi and the clone trooper Alpha are pursued by Separatists and bounty hunters. Crash landing on a desolate planet, they are soon cornered. The bounty hunters give Alpha a choice: walk away from the fight, or die with his Jedi companion. Will Alpha's "live to fight another day" training win out? Or can the Force reveal another way to survive the ordeal before time runs out? Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #64
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 64

    JOHN OSTRANDER (W), GREG TOCCHINI (A) TOMÁS GIORELLO (Cover) On sale April 00, FC, 32pg, $2.99 As the fires of revolution sweep across the galaxy, it's impossible to gauge the number of personal tragedies caused by the Clone Wars. But some tragedies are more calculated than others, and when they result in the deaths of a Jedi Master and his Padawan, they deserve a closer look. Jedi Ronhar Kim strikes up a friendship with a rising politician, never dreaming that, years later, the relationship will make him the target of one of the greatest evils the galaxy has ever seen! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #65
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 65

    JOHN OSTRANDER (W) and JAN DUURSEMA (A) On sale May 26, FC, 32pg, $2.99 Part 2 (of 2)?Mace Windu Unleashed! In the aftermath of one of the battles of the Clone Wars, a new threat arises: the Jedi discover that someone has placed a bounty on Jedi?the deader, the better. Rather than have his Jedi be targets on and off the battlefield, Mace Windu assembles a team of the toughest Jedi available. Their mission? Explain to the Bounty Hunters Guild, in no uncertain terms, that attacking Jedi is a very, very bad idea. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #66
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 66

    JOHN OSTRANDER (W), JAN DUURSEMA (P), AND DAN PARSONS (I) On sale June 23, FC, 32pg, $2.99 Four Jedi with prices on their heads versus a space station full of bounty hunters! Really, need we say more? Mace Windu has decided that it's time for the Jedi to flex their muscles demonstrate to the Bounty Hunters' Guild the folly of attacking Jedi. It's going to be a hard lesson?and one the Guild won't soon forget. Meanwhile, Count Dooku sends renegade Jedi Quinlan Vos to teach a similar lesson to the person who originated the bounties. Is it a case of opposite sides working toward the same end, or are the Separatists still one step ahead of the Jedi? ? Star Wars is now available worldwide (except UK). Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #67
    Star Wars (1998 Dark Horse 1st Series) 67

    RANDY STRADLEY (W) and BRANDON BADEAUX (A) BRIAN CHING (Cover) On sale July 28, FC, 32pg, $2.99 General Kenobi's clone army is sent on a diversionary mission to distract a massive Separatist army long enough for newly knighted Jedi Tohno to infiltrate a droid factory and destroy it. The key to the mission is to attract the Separatist's attention without actually engaging them in combat. But Anakin feels that he witnessed the sacrifice of enough young Jedi during the disastrous mission to Jabiim, and he can't stand the prospect of another one. Can Anakin learn to put the Republic's objectives ahead of his own feelings, or will his misguided heroism jeopardize the lives of thousands in order to save one? And what about Master Tohno? Doesn't she have a say about her own part of the mission? Cover price $2.99.