STAR WARS: CRIMSON EMPIRE
Graphic Novel and 2 Bust-Ups Exclusive Micro-Bust

Source: (Crimson Empire)

Year: 2005
(Direct Market Exclusive)

Assortment: Comic Books / Bust-Ups

Publishers:
Dark Horse Comics
Gentle Giant Studios

Retail: $24.99

Item Number: 1-59617-036-1

UPC Number: 761568106503

Includes:

  • Star Wars: Crimson Empire
  • Holographic Darth Sidious Bust-Up
  • Royal Guard Bust-Up
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Comments: Dark Horse has teamed up with Gentle Giant Studios to bring you an exclusive Star Wars graphic novel and micro-bust package. Enclosed in the box is Dark Horse's classic Star Wars tale, Crimson Empire, and 2 Gentle Giant bust-ups, including an exclusive blue holographic Darth Sidious figure. This figure will never to be replicated and is only available in this highly limited package! The other bust-up is a gorgeous ruby red Royal Guard. Both bust-ups are between 2"-3" tall.

    Crimson Empire is one of Dark Horse's most popular Star Wars titles. In all the Empire, there are no more fearsome warriors than the Emperor's Imperial Guard, and none is more loyal than Kir Kanos. But when Carnor Jax—the most formidable of this elite brotherhood—betrays the Emperor and orders the murder of the Guard, Kir must escape to carry out his duty to avenge his master.

    This exclusive Crimson Empire package is only available to the Direct Market.

    Points of Interest:
  • The holographic Darth Sidious is exclusive to this set, and uses the same sculpting as the normal figure from Series 2.
  • The Royal Guard Bust-Ups figure was previously released in Series 2.
  • The Crimson Empire comic book was originally published in December 1998 and reprints the entire 6-issue series .
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