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Star Wars Omnibus (2006) Omnibus TPB vol. 01

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2012-02-23 05:17:08 mikebo Removed Character Numb, Ten
2012-02-23 05:17:08 mikebo Removed Character Antilles, Wedge
2012-02-23 05:17:08 mikebo Removed Character Skywalker, Luke
2012-02-23 05:17:08 mikebo Removed Character Loro, Elscol
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Michael A. Stackpole
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Darko Macan
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Peet Janes
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Haden W. Blackman - 'Shug_Ninx'
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Mike Baron
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Allen Nunis
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Tomás Giorello
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Gary Erskine
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Edvin Biuković
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator John Nadeau
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Andy Mushynsky
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Tomás Giorello
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Jordi Ensign
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator David Nestelle
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Michael Atiyeh
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Michael David Thomas
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Annie Parkhouse
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Steve Dutro
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Dave Cooper
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Removed Creator Edvin Biuković
2012-02-23 05:16:18 mikebo Added Creator David "Dave" Marshall
2012-02-23 05:06:32 mikebo Removed Story Arc The Phantom Affair
2012-02-23 05:06:30 mikebo Removed Story Arc The Rebel Opposition
2012-02-23 04:58:18 mikebo Removed Creator Dave Dorman
2012-02-23 04:58:18 mikebo Added Creator Doug Wheatley
2009-04-17 14:48:16 primewax Added Cover Added cover (large)
2009-04-17 14:22:40 primewax Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2009-02-02 19:49:51 mikebo Imprint 39
2008-07-13 13:39:18 mikebo Added Character Numb, Ten
2008-07-13 13:39:18 mikebo Added Character Antilles, Wedge
2008-07-13 13:39:18 mikebo Added Character Skywalker, Luke
2008-07-13 13:39:18 mikebo Added Character Loro, Elscol
2007-08-27 21:15:29 Rac Name X-Wing Rogue Squadron vol. 1 X-Wing Rogue Squadron Volume 1
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Haden W. Blackman - 'Shug_Ninx'
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Michael A. Stackpole
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Mike Baron
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Darko Macan
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Peet Janes
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Tomás Giorello
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Allen Nunis
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Edvin Biuković
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Gary Erskine
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Tomás Giorello
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Andy Mushynsky
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator John Nadeau
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Jordi Ensign
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Michael Atiyeh
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator David Nestelle
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Michael David Thomas
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Steve Dutro
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Edvin Biuković
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Dave Cooper
2007-07-17 16:28:26 davidscarter Added Creator Annie Parkhouse
2006-06-17 21:18:21 DarthSkeptical Notes This issue kicks off the Omnibus line of Star Wars TPBs from Dark Horse, at last putting long out-of-print issues into the hands of new readers. "The Rebel Opposition" and "The Phantom Affair" (issues 1-8 of Star Wars: X-Wing Squadron), in particular, have never been traded before--nor even seen in print since their original monthly issues in 1995.

That said, the volumes take an unusual approach to trade reprinting. Instead of collecting issues by publication date or by story line, this volume makes it clear that the intent is to publish stories according to their point on the Star Wars time line.

This issue, for example collects the most recently-published series, Star Wars: X-Wing--Rogue Leader (which begins on Endor, immediately after the Ewok celebrations at the close of Return of the Jedi), and immediately follows it with stories from the mid-1990s (which happen about a month after the Battle of Endor).

The interesting result of this publication decision is that 100% of the material in this volume is being published in trade format for the first time.

This volume also contains a very helpful biographical section at the end of the book, allowing new readers to become fully acquainted with the characters featured in the stories of the Rogues.

This issue kicks off the Omnibus line of Star Wars TPBs from Dark Horse, at last putting long out-of-print issues into the hands of new readers. "The Rebel Opposition" and "The Phantom Affair" (issues 1-8 of Star Wars: X-Wing Squadron), in particular, have never been traded before--nor even seen in print since their original monthly issues in 1995.

That said, the volumes take an unusual approach to trade reprinting. Instead of collecting issues by publication date or by story line, this volume makes it clear that the intent is to publish stories according to their point on the Star Wars time line.

This issue, for example collects the most recently-published series, Star Wars: X-Wing--Rogue Leader (which begins on Endor, immediately after the Ewok celebrations at the close of Return of the Jedi), and immediately follows it with stories from the mid-1990s (which happen about a month after the Battle of Endor).

The interesting result of this publication decision is that almost all of the material in this volume is being published in trade format for the first time.

This volume also contains a very helpful biographical section at the end of the book, allowing new readers to become fully acquainted with the characters featured in the stories of the Rogues.

2006-06-16 17:37:12 DarthSkeptical Notes This issue kicks off the Omnibus line of Star Wars TPBs from Dark Horse, at last putting long out-of-print issues into the hands of new readers. "The Rebel Opposition" and "The Phantom Affair" (issues 1-8 of Star Wars: X-Wing Squadron), in particular, have never been traded before--nor even seen in print since their original monthly issues in 1995.

That said, the volumes take an unusual approach to trade reprinting. Instead of collecting issues by publication date or by story line, this volume makes it clear that the intent is to publish stories according to their point on the Star Wars time line.

This issue, for example collects the most recently-published series, Star Wars: X-Wing--Rogue Leader (which begins on Endor, immediately after the Ewok celebrations at the close of Return of the Jedi), and immediately follows it with stories from the mid-1990s (which happen about a month after the Battle of Endor).

This issue kicks off the Omnibus line of Star Wars TPBs from Dark Horse, at last putting long out-of-print issues into the hands of new readers. "The Rebel Opposition" and "The Phantom Affair" (issues 1-8 of Star Wars: X-Wing Squadron), in particular, have never been traded before--nor even seen in print since their original monthly issues in 1995.

That said, the volumes take an unusual approach to trade reprinting. Instead of collecting issues by publication date or by story line, this volume makes it clear that the intent is to publish stories according to their point on the Star Wars time line.

This issue, for example collects the most recently-published series, Star Wars: X-Wing--Rogue Leader (which begins on Endor, immediately after the Ewok celebrations at the close of Return of the Jedi), and immediately follows it with stories from the mid-1990s (which happen about a month after the Battle of Endor).

The interesting result of this publication decision is that 100% of the material in this volume is being published in trade format for the first time.

This volume also contains a very helpful biographical section at the end of the book, allowing new readers to become fully acquainted with the characters featured in the stories of the Rogues.

2006-06-16 17:33:41 DarthSkeptical Notes This issue kicks off the Omnibus line of Star Wars TPBs from Dark Horse, at last putting long out-of-print issues into the hands of new readers. "The Rebel Opposition" and "The Phantom Affair" (issues 1-8 of Star Wars: X-Wing Squadron), in particular, have never been traded before--nor even seen in print since their original monthly issues in 1995.

That said, the volumes take an unusual approach to trade reprinting. Instead of collecting issues by publication date or by story line, this volume makes it clear that the intent is to publish stories according to their point on the Star Wars time line. Thus they are "pseudo-historical" documents.

This issue, for example collects the most recently-published series, Star Wars: X-Wing--Rogue Leader (which begins on Endor, immediately after the Ewok celebrations at the close of Return of the Jedi), and immediately follows it with stories from the mid-1990s (which happen about a month after the Battle of Endor).

This issue kicks off the Omnibus line of Star Wars TPBs from Dark Horse, at last putting long out-of-print issues into the hands of new readers. "The Rebel Opposition" and "The Phantom Affair" (issues 1-8 of Star Wars: X-Wing Squadron), in particular, have never been traded before--nor even seen in print since their original monthly issues in 1995.

That said, the volumes take an unusual approach to trade reprinting. Instead of collecting issues by publication date or by story line, this volume makes it clear that the intent is to publish stories according to their point on the Star Wars time line.

This issue, for example collects the most recently-published series, Star Wars: X-Wing--Rogue Leader (which begins on Endor, immediately after the Ewok celebrations at the close of Return of the Jedi), and immediately follows it with stories from the mid-1990s (which happen about a month after the Battle of Endor).

2006-06-16 17:33:06 DarthSkeptical Notes This issue kicks off the Omnibus line of Star Wars TPBs from Dark Horse, at last putting long out-of-print issues into the hands of new readers. "The Rebel Opposition" and "The Phantom Affair" (issues 1-8 of Star Wars: X-Wing Squadron), in particular, have never been traded before--nor even seen in print since their original monthly issues in 1995.

That said, the volumes take an unusual approach to trade reprinting. Instead of collecting issues by publication date or by story line, this volume makes it clear that the intent is to publish stories according to their point on the Star Wars time line. Thus they are a kind of "pseudo-hisorical" document.

This issue thus collects the most recently-published series, Star Wars: X-Wing--Rogue Leader, and immediately follows it with stories from the mid-1990s.

This issue kicks off the Omnibus line of Star Wars TPBs from Dark Horse, at last putting long out-of-print issues into the hands of new readers. "The Rebel Opposition" and "The Phantom Affair" (issues 1-8 of Star Wars: X-Wing Squadron), in particular, have never been traded before--nor even seen in print since their original monthly issues in 1995.

That said, the volumes take an unusual approach to trade reprinting. Instead of collecting issues by publication date or by story line, this volume makes it clear that the intent is to publish stories according to their point on the Star Wars time line. Thus they are "pseudo-historical" documents.

This issue, for example collects the most recently-published series, Star Wars: X-Wing--Rogue Leader (which begins on Endor, immediately after the Ewok celebrations at the close of Return of the Jedi), and immediately follows it with stories from the mid-1990s (which happen about a month after the Battle of Endor).

2006-06-16 17:30:08 DarthSkeptical Notes This issue kicks off the Omnibus line of Star Wars TPBs from Dark Horse, at last putting long out-of-print issues into the hands of new readers. "The Rebel Opposition" and "The Phantom Affair" (issues 1-8 of Star Wars: X-Wing Squadron), in particular, have never been traded before--nor even seen in print since their original monthly issues in 1995.

While generally a chronological printing of past issues dealing with the X-Wing pilots, this issue also collects the most recent series, Star Wars: X-Wing--Rogue Leader, which perhaps suggests that the intent of the Omnibus line is to print stories in timeline order, as opposed to publication order.

This issue kicks off the Omnibus line of Star Wars TPBs from Dark Horse, at last putting long out-of-print issues into the hands of new readers. "The Rebel Opposition" and "The Phantom Affair" (issues 1-8 of Star Wars: X-Wing Squadron), in particular, have never been traded before--nor even seen in print since their original monthly issues in 1995.

That said, the volumes take an unusual approach to trade reprinting. Instead of collecting issues by publication date or by story line, this volume makes it clear that the intent is to publish stories according to their point on the Star Wars time line. Thus they are a kind of "pseudo-hisorical" document.

This issue thus collects the most recently-published series, Star Wars: X-Wing--Rogue Leader, and immediately follows it with stories from the mid-1990s.

2006-02-13 03:43:12 DarthSkeptical Added Story Arc The Phantom Affair
2006-02-13 03:42:58 DarthSkeptical Added Story Arc The Rebel Opposition
2006-02-12 03:20:49 DarthSkeptical Added Creator Dave Dorman
2006-02-04 18:32:22 DarthSkeptical Format Standard Comic Issue Trade Paperback
2006-02-04 18:31:56 DarthSkeptical Notes This issue kicks off the Omnibus line of Star Wars TPBs from Dark Horse, at last putting long out-of-print issues into the hands of new readers. "The Rebel Opposition" and "The Phantom Affair" (issues 1-8 of Star Wars: X-Wing Squadron), in particular, have never been traded before--nor even seen in print since their original monthly issues in 1995.

While generally a chronological printing of past issues dealing with the X-Wing pilots, this issue also collects the most recent series, Star Wars: X-Wing--Rogue Leader, which perhaps suggests that the intent of the Omnibus line is to print stories in timeline order, as opposed to publication order.

This issue kicks off the Omnibus line of Star Wars TPBs from Dark Horse, at last putting long out-of-print issues into the hands of new readers. "The Rebel Opposition" and "The Phantom Affair" (issues 1-8 of Star Wars: X-Wing Squadron), in particular, have never been traded before--nor even seen in print since their original monthly issues in 1995.

While generally a chronological printing of past issues dealing with the X-Wing pilots, this issue also collects the most recent series, Star Wars: X-Wing--Rogue Leader, which perhaps suggests that the intent of the Omnibus line is to print stories in timeline order, as opposed to publication order.

2006-02-04 18:27:13 DarthSkeptical Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2006-02-04 18:27:13 DarthSkeptical Added Cover Added cover (large)

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