Star Wars #16

    Star Wars » Star Wars #16 - Book IV, Part I: Rebel Jail released by Marvel on April 2016.

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    Book IV, Part I: Rebel Jail last edited by deactivated-5fc35cfc8b974 on 04/16/20 09:57AM View full history


    The Rebels travel to a prison base having taken an important captive in VADER DOWN.

    Unfortunately, they aren't the only ones with their eyes on the prisoners.

    The adventures of Luke Skywalker and the Rebel Alliance continue!

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverTerry Dodson & Rachel Dodson1
    VarVariant CoverLeinil Francis Yu2
    VarSketch Variant CoverTerry Dodson3
    VarVariant CoverStuart Immonen4
    VarAction Figure Variant CoverJohn Tyler Christopher5


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    Dr. Aphra is the Real Merc with the Mouth in Star Wars #16 0

    “Smugglers… I hate smugglers.” Such are the words of Dr. Aphra regarding Sana Starros after the mercenary declines good credits to jailbreak Vader’s former ally from an allegedly unassailable Alliance supermax. They are, much like Aphra herself, a clear reference to Harrison Ford’s second most famous role, Indiana Jones, and the good archaeologist’s signature phrase, “Snakes… I hate snakes!”The brief interaction between Solo’s gender-...

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