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Star Wars Tales (1999) - #21
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Jeremy Barlow - 'Thomas Andrews'

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Cover Date: October 2004
Cover Price: US $ 5.99

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Format: Color; Anthology

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Star Wars Tales (1999) #21

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With this issue, Tales becomes a different kind of anthology. Though there is still the potential for an "Infinities" story, the book is now a mixed time-period in-continuity anthology. And, instead of a lot of small vignettes, there are typically only three or four stories in each issue, and stories generally continue for several issues. In other words, it became a way to have a second home for original stories that might just as easily have appeared in Republic or Empire--although the stories did tend to focus on very minor, or even original, characters.

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