Set years before they appeared in that cantina in A New Hope, Han Solo and Chewbacca traveled to the Corporate Sector to find fortune and glory in Han Solo at Star's End, a novel by Brian Daley. This series reprints the comic strip series, which in turn was an adaptation of the novel. The pair of smugglers end up in a secret prison called Star's End, where Han is forced to create a prison breakout in order to save the Wookiee's life.

Adapted by Archie Goodwin and Alfredo Alcala, this series introduces Bollux and Blue Max, a pair of droids that Han is stuck with for a period of time. Perry McNamee, Igor Kordey, and Stan and Vince contribute the coloring and cover paintings. Once again Al Williamson provides the cover artwork for the trade paperback.

HAN SOLO AT STARS' END
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Collected Edition
Han Solo At Stars' End Trade Paperback


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