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Aayla Secura


Star Wars #19
Star Wars #20
Star Wars #22
Dark Horse Extra #36
Dark Horse Extra #37
Star Wars #32
Star Wars #33
Star Wars #34
Star Wars #35
Star Wars #36
Star Wars #37
Star Wars #38
Star Wars #39
Episode II – Attack of the Clones #4 (Cameo)
Star Wars #42 (both also appear as children in flashback)
Star Wars #43
Star Wars #44
Star Wars #45
Republic #49 (Featured, as Jaayza)
Republic #50 (Supporting)
Jedi – Aayla Secura (Featured, uses alias Tuulaa Doneeta)
Republic #65 (Supporting)
Republic #68 (Featured)
Obsession #1 (Supporting)
Republic #72 (Supporting, also as Jayzaa)
Republic #73 (Cameo, in hologram)
Republic #74 (Supporting)
Republic #75 (Supporting)
Visionaries Trade Paperback (Cameo)
Episode III – Revenge of the Sith #3 (Supporting, dies)
Republic #76 (Supporting)
Republic #77 (Supporting)


San Diego Comic-Con 2014
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