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Star Wars: A Hunter's Fate (2004) - Greedo's Tale
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Cover Date: 2004
Cover Price: Free

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Format: Black & White; Webcomic; 103 pages

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Adapts the short story "A Hunter's Fate: Greedo's Tale" from the print anthology, Star Wars: Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina, by Tom and Martha Veitch.

Some characters listed below appear very briefly, and without speaking. Others, such as Admiral Ackbar, are assumed, as they are never addressed by name. Ackbar, in particular, is an interesting case, because neither he, nor any Mon Calamari, appear in the original text version of the story. Thus his appearance here (or if it's not him, then "the Mon Calamari's appearance") creates a tiny canon war just within this title alone. Which is the canonical version of the story, the text or the webstrip?

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