Dark Horse's graphic novels, as trade paperbacks are known in the United Kingdom, have been published under license from Lucasfilm since 1994 by Boxtree Limited, a small independent publishing house who initially focused on TV and movie tie-ins. They became part of Pan Macmillan - the largest general book publishers in the UK - in 1996 and continued to print Dark Horse Comics collected editions until the Spring of 2001 when the license passed over to Titan Magazines.

The current license holders, Titan Magazines, are the largest publisher of film and television literature in Europe. Their license from Lucasfilm allows them to publish the monthly Star Wars magazine, reprint selected Dark Horse comics and graphic novels (trade paperback) for the British market as well as run the Official Star Wars Fanclub in the United Kingdom and Eire.

The following are those graphic novels printed by both publishing houses in chronological order according to the Dark Horse timeline.

OLD REPUBLIC ERA
Tales of the Jedi - Golden Age of the Sith (UK Edition) Tales of the Jedi - Freedon Nadd Uprising (UK Edition) Tales of the Jedi - Fall of the Sith (UK Edition) Tales of the Jedi - Dark Lords of the Sith (UK Edition) Tales of the Jedi - The SIth War (UK Edition)
Tales of the Jedi - Redemption (UK Edition) Jedi Vs Sith (UK Edition)
RISE OF THE EMPIRE ERA
Clone Wars Trade Paperback 1 (UK Edition) Clone Wars Trade Paperback 2 (UK Edition) Clone Wars Trade Paperback 3 (UK Edition) Droids (UK Edition) Droids - Rebellion (UK Edition)
Droids - Season of Revolt (UK Edition) Jabba the Hutt - The Art of the Deal Trade Paperback (UK Edition)
REBELLION ERA
A Long Time Ago... Volume 1 - Doomworld (UK Edition) A Long Time Ago... Volume 2 - Dark Encounters (UK Edition) A Long Time Ago... Volume 3 - Resurrection Of Evil (UK Edition) A Long Time Ago... Volume 4 - Screams in the Void (UK Edition) A Long Time Ago... Volume 5 - Fool's Bounty (UK Edition)
A Long Time Ago... Volume 6 - Wookiee World (UK Edition) A Long Time Ago... Volume 7 - Far Far Away (UK Edition) A New Hope (UK Edition) The Empire Strikes Back (UK Edition) Return of the Jedi (UK Edition)
Star Wars (UK Edition) The Empire Strikes Back (UK Edition) Return of the Jedi (UK Edition) Splinter of the Mind's Eye (UK Edition) River of Chaos Trade Paperback (UK Edition)
Classic Star Wars Volume 1 (UK Version) Classic Star Wars Volume 2 (UK Version) Classic Star Wars Volume 3 (UK Version) Shadows of the Empire (UK Edition) Shadows of the Empire - Evolution (UK Edition)
NEW REPUBLIC ERA
Heir to the Empire (UK Edition) Dark Force Rising (UK Edition) The Last Command (UK Edition) Crimson Empire (UK Edition) Crimson Empire II (UK Edition)
Boba Fett - Bounty on Bar-Kooda (UK Edition) X-Wing Rogue Squadron - In the Empire's Service (UK Edition) X-Wing Rogue Squadron - The Warrior Princess (UK Edition)
NEW JEDI ORDER ERA
Union (UK Edition)
INFINITIES
Star Wars Tales 1 (UK Edition) Star Wars Tales 2 (UK Edition) Star Wars Tales 3 (UK Edition) Star Wars Tales 4 (UK Edition)


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