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.

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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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Moving into our nineteenth year of shooting Star Wars collectibles, we pause for a moment to consider legacy. Our photography is obviously recognizable because of the blue background, but looking further back, especially after we published The Man Who Shot Luke Skywalker galleries last December, we've put our minds to offering more classic Kenner backgrounds to our galleries. Follow this link to have a look and then let us know if you'd like to continue to explore this train of thought.
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