Classic Star Wars: A Long Time Ago Trade Paperback #1
July 2002
"Doomworld", 369ppg, $29.95

Cover Pencils: Carmine Infantino
Cover Inker: Terry Austin



COMMENTS
The first of seven trade paperbacks published by Dark Horse Comics that reprints the entire line of Marvel Star Wars comic books. This trade paperback collects Star Wars #1-20.

The cover features the image from Star Wars #14 recolored with a different background.


Related Issues
Star Wars (Marvel) #1 Star Wars (Marvel) #2 Star Wars (Marvel) #3 Star Wars (Marvel) #4 Star Wars (Marvel) #5 Star Wars (Marvel) #6 Star Wars (Marvel) #7 Star Wars (Marvel) #8 Star Wars (Marvel) #9 Star Wars (Marvel) #10 Star Wars (Marvel) #11 Star Wars (Marvel) #12 Star Wars (Marvel) #13 Star Wars (Marvel) #14 Star Wars (Marvel) #15 Star Wars (Marvel) #16 Star Wars (Marvel) #17 Star Wars (Marvel) #18 Star Wars (Marvel) #19 Star Wars (Marvel) #20 Marvel Special Edition featuring Star Wars #1 Marvel Special Edition featuring Star Wars #2 Marvel Comics Illustrated Version of Star Wars Marvel Special Edition featuring Star Wars #3 Marvel Movie Showcase Featuring Star Wars #1 Marvel Movie Showcase Featuring Star Wars #2 Classic Episode IV - A New Hope #1 Classic Episode IV - A New Hope #2


Trade Paperbacks and Alternate Covers
A New Hope Trade Paperback A Long Time Ago Trade Paperback #2 A Long Time Ago Trade Paperback #3 A Long Time Ago Trade Paperback #4 A Long Time Ago Trade Paperback #5 A Long Time Ago Trade Paperback #6 A Long Time Ago Trade Paperback #7 A New Hope Trade Paperback (Wal*Mart DVD Edition)



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