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Star Wars: Tag & Bink Are Dead   (2001)
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Publisher: Dark Horse Comics

Publication Date: October 2001 - December 2001

Country: United States

Language: English

Notes:
An unusual (and highly humorous) perspective on STAR WARS, but it may not be so far over the edge as to be called "Infinities". In the personal opinion of this reader, at least, it doesn't break the back of any major bit of continuity, and thus is "really" STAR WARS.

Perhaps the most significant thing about this work is that it was penned by Kevin Rubio, who also created Troops, arguably the most downloaded STAR WARS fan film in history.

The title and storyline are deliberately evocative of the 1960s Tom Stoppard play, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Like that work, which sought to look at the events of Hamlet through the eyes of two minor characters, Tag and Bink Are Dead derives its comedy from taking a tour of duty in the Rebellion through the prism of two of its most insignificant participants.

Number of issues cataloged: 2

Number of users with this title in their pull list: 1



Issue   Title   Story Arc   Cover Date
2
  Tag and Bink Live
 
  December 2001
1
  Tag and Bink are Dead
 
  October 2001







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