In 2001, Dark Horse began publishing a new quarterly anthology title that would allow the world's greatest comics creators a chance to tell their own Star Wars Tales. Without the limitations of continuity, many of the stories in these pages don't really fit into the established Expanded Universe. Most of the tales are stand alone stories, but each one gives a fresh take on the characters fans have come to love, and allows creators who cannot commit to an ongoing title a chance to create their own little corner of that galaxy far, far away.

STAR WARS TALES
Tales #1 Tales #2 Tales #3 Tales #4 Tales #5 Tales #6
Tales #7 Tales #8 Tales #9 Tales #10 Tales #11 Tales #12
Tales #13 Tales #14 Tales #15 Tales #16 Tales #17 Tales #18
Tales #19 Tales #20
Photo Cover Variants
Tales #5 Tales #6 Tales #7 Tales #8 Tales #9 Tales #10
Tales #11 Tales #12 Tales #13 Tales #14 Tales #15 Tales #16
Tales #17 Tales #18 Tales #19 Tales #20
STAR WARS TALES (Revamp)
Tales #21 Tales #22 Tales #23 Tales #24
Tales #21 Tales #22 Tales #23 Tales #24
Special Editions
Tales  Free Comic Book Day 2002 Special Star Wars Halloween Special 2009
Collected Editions
Tales Volume 1 Trade Paperback Tales Volume 2 Trade Paperback Tales Volume 3 Trade Paperback Tales Volume 4 Trade Paperback Tales Volume 5 Trade Paperback Tales Volume 6 Trade Paperback


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