Classic Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back #1
August 1994
"The Empire Strikes Back - Book One", 51ppg, $3.95

Writer: Archie Goodwin
Artist, Cover Artist: Al Williamson
Art Assist: Carlos Garzon
Colorist: James Sinclair
Letterer: Rick Veitch
Cover Colors: Matthew Hollingsworth
Editor: Bob Cooper
Editor: Edward Martin III



COMMENTS
This issue reprints Marvel comics Star Wars #39-41, recolored and edited for this new format. All chapter titles have been removed as have issue credits and next issue blurbs.

All original credits have been listed on the inside cover, and remain the same as in the original issues except James Sinclair has recolored the entire issues artwork.

The two pages immediately following the story contain reprints of the covers from issues #39 & 40 minus all text and are recolored. The last 11 pages are new and have original production art from The Empire Strikes Back.


Related Issues
Marvel Comics Illustrated Version of The Empire Strikes Back Marvel Special Edition featuring Star Wars, Volume 2 #2 Marvel Super Special #16 Star Wars (Marvel) #39 Star Wars (Marvel) #40 Star Wars (Marvel) #41 Classic Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back #2


Trade Paperbacks and Alternate Covers
The Empire Strikes Back Trade Paperback The Empire Strikes Back – The Special Edition Trade Paperback Star Wars Omnibus: Episodes I-VI – The Complete Saga Classic Star Wars Box Set The Empire Strikes Back Trade Paperback (Wal*Mart DVD Edition)



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