Advertised as a new version of Star Wars, renowned writer Brian Wood lends his take on the adventures in a galaxy far, far away. The only prerequisite for this series is that the reader has seen Episode IV; no other expanded universe knowledge is needed.

This series set many records with its debut including an astonishing four reprints of issue #1. Not even the Legacy series or Dawn of the Jedi have done that (with their series only having 2 or 3 reprints.) There are also several specialty variant covers, plus sketch versions of the first four issues, all done by fan-favorite Alex Ross.

STAR WARS
Star Wars (2013) #1 Star Wars (2013) #2 Star Wars (2013) #3 Star Wars (2013) #4 Star Wars (2013) #5
Star Wars (2013) #6 Star Wars (2013) #7 Star Wars (2013) #8 Star Wars (2013) #9 Star Wars (2013) #10
Star Wars (2013) #11 Star Wars (2013) #12 Star Wars (2013) #13 Star Wars (2013) #14 Star Wars (2013) #15
Star Wars (2013) #16 Star Wars (2013) #17 Star Wars (2013) #18 Star Wars (2013) #19 Star Wars (2013) #20
Reprints
Star Wars #1 (2nd printing) Star Wars #1 (3rd printing) Star Wars #1 (4th printing)
Variants
Star Wars #1 (Game Stop exclusive) Star Wars #1 (Hastings exclusive) Star Wars #1 (Alex Ross sketch variant) Star Wars #2 (Alex Ross sketch variant) Star Wars #3 (Alex Ross sketch variant) Star Wars #4 (Alex Ross sketch variant)
Star Wars #7 (SDCC 2013 Exclusive)
Specials
Free Comic Book Day 2012 Special Free Comic Book Day 2013 Star Wars (2013) (One for One) #1
Collected Editions
Star Wars (2013) Trade Paperback #1 Star Wars (2013) Trade Paperback #2 Star Wars (2013) Trade Paperback #3 Star Wars (2013) Trade Paperback #4


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