Star Wars #1

    Star Wars » Star Wars #1 - Book I, Part I: Skywalker Strikes released by Marvel on March 2015.

    The Rebel Alliance are looking to defeat the Empire after the destruction of the Death Star.

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    Book I, Part I: Skywalker Strikes last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 01/18/21 07:51AM View full history


    Luke Skywalker and the ragtag band of rebels fighting against the Galactic Empire are fresh off their biggest victory yet-the destruction of the massive battle station known as the Death Star. But the Empire's not toppled yet! Join Luke along with Princess Leia, smugglers Han Solo and Chewbacca, droids C-3PO and R2-D2 and the rest of the Rebel Alliance as they strike out for freedom against the evil forces of Darth Vader and his master, the Emperor. Written by Jason Aaron (Original Sin, Thor: God of Thunder) and with art by John Cassaday (Astonishing X-Men, Uncanny Avengers), this is the Star Wars saga as only Marvel Comics could make it!

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverJohn Cassaday1
    REDCBSAlex Maleev2
    REWarp 9 Exclusive (Color)Alex Maleev3
    REWarp 9 Exclusive (B&W)Alex Maleev4
    REKings ComicsJoe Quinones5
    7thSeventh Printing Cover (Purple)John Cassaday6
    Var1:50 J. Scott Campbell Connecting Cover Variant AJ. Scott Campbell20
    Var1:25 John Cassaday Teaser Variant CoverJohn Cassaday21
    VarVariant CoverBob McLeod22
    VarMovie Variant CoverPhoto23
    VarWraparound Variant CoverJoe Quesada24-26
    VarWraparound Variant Sketch CoverJoe Quesada27-29
    VarAlex Ross Variant CoverAlex Ross30
    VarAlex Ross Sketch Variant CoverAlex Ross31
    VarVariant CoverSara Pichelli32
    VarYoung Variant CoverSkottie Young33
    VarHumorous Party Variant CoverJohn Tyler Christopher34
    VarHumorous Party Variant Sketch CoverJohn Tyler Christopher35
    VarAction Figure Variant CoverJohn Tyler Christopher36
    VarBlank Variant CoverNone37
    REAlex Ross Web Store Exclusive CoverAlex Ross38
    REAOD Collectables Exclusive Variant Black & White CoverDale Keown8
    REBAM! Exclusive CoverSimone Bianchi39
    RECards, Comics & Collectibles Exclusive CoverFrank Cho40
    REThe Cargo Hold Exclusive CoverJ. Scott Campbell41
    REForbidden Planet Exclusive CoverAdi Granov11
    REForbidden Planet Exclusive Sketch CoverAdi Granov12
    REHeroes & Fantasies Exclusive CoverDaniel Acuña15
    RELimited Edition Comix "Black & White" CoverMike Deodato Jr.17
    RELoot Crate Exclusive CoverGabriele Dell'Otto14
    REMidtown Exclusive Connecting CoverMark Brooks18
    REMidtown Exclusive "Black & White" Connecting CoverMark Brooks19
    REHasbro New York Toy Fair Previews Exclusive (PX) CoverPhoto42
    REMile High Comics Exclusive CoverHumberto Ramos43
    REThird Eye Comics Exclusive CoverDale Keown44
    RETidewater ComicCon Exclusive CoverPascal Campion45
    REVault Collectibles Exclusive CoverAmanda Conner16
    2ndSecond Printing Variant Cover (Black)John Cassaday13
    3rdThird Printing Variant Cover (Red)John Cassaday7
    4thFourth Printing Variant Cover (Red-Purple w/2 Suns)John Cassaday10
    5thFifth Printing Variant Cover (Yellow)John Cassaday9
    6thSixth Printing Variant Cover (Green)John CassadayMissing




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    A New Hope Continues 0

    I was really looking forward to this first issue of Star Wars. This is going to be the first Star Wars from Marvel and part of the official canon universe. I am happy to say that it fulfills some of my expectations.The story begins after the events of A New Hope. The main characters play interesting roles and spring into action once the mission kicks into high gear. Not to spoil anything, but the whole issue is nothing more than a good ol' Star Wars adventure, and that's a good thing.The writing...

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    Yes Disney owns your childhood, but it'll probably be okay. 0

    It always sucks when a comics company that was doing a great job with a licenced property gets the rug pulled out from under them. Brian Wood and Carlos DÁnda were doing a fine job with Star Wars until they had the bad luck to rub up against Disney's buyouts of both Lucasfilm and Marvel Comics, which pretty much guaranteed that the Star Wars licence would come quickly skipping back to Marvel. So now we have the first of what looks to be a whole slew of new Marvel Star Wars titles, and if ...

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