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Classic Star Wars   (1992)
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Publisher: Dark Horse Comics

Publication Date: August 1992 - March 1994

Country: United States

Language: English

Notes:
Dark Horse's use of the term "Classic Star Wars" is confusing, to say the least. While it generally means "anything that Marvel did", it really means "anything anyone else did".

The nature of the license granted by LucasLicensing, then LucasBooks, was that virtually anything comics related that appeared in the North American market could potentially be reprinted by Dark Horse. Thus, even things like the syndicated newspaper comic strips were potential subjects for reprinting.

Hence we have here the reprinting of the original Williams/Goodwin syndicated strips, which appeared in nationwide syndication the couple of years following the release of Episode IV. . They are re-formatted so as to make the story lines more coherent. They are also colored for the first time. Some "clean-up" artwork was done, as well as a small amount of original artwork.

It should be pointed out that these strips weren't directly connected to the continuity of the Marvel books, which were originally published at about the same time. However, as the early Marvel Star Wars was headlined by Goodwin and Williamson, the strips and comic book issues do fit together pretty well. Of course, as with all this early Star Wars, they are somewhat inconsistent with the overall Star Wars time line today, in the light of Episode III, than they would've at the time of first publication.

Number of issues cataloged: 24



Issue   Title   Story Arc   Cover Date
20
 
 
  June 1994
19
 
 
  May 1994
18
 
 
  April 1994
17
 
 
  March 1994
16
 
 
  February 1994
15
 
 
  December 1993
14
 
 
  November 1993
13
 
 
  October 1993
12
 
 
  September 1993
11
 
 
  August 1993
10
 
 
  July 1993
9
 
 
  May 1993
8
 
 
  April 1993
7
 
 
  February 1993
6
 
 
  January 1993
5
 
 
  December 1992
4
 
 
  November 1992
3
 
 
  October 1992
2
 
 
  September 1992
1
 
 
  August 1992
TPB vol. 03
  Escape to Hoth
 
  January 1 1996
TPB vol. 02
  The Rebel Storm
 
  July 1 1994
TPB vol. 01
  In Deadly Pursuit
 
  June 1994
TPB Book 2
 
 
  1 1995







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