Dark Horse Extra #46
April 2002
"Poison Moon" part 3, $0.25

Writer: Michael Carriglitto
Artist: Adrian Sibar
Colorist: Daniel Jackson

CHARACTER
Featured
Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker

Supporting
Et Rex

Villain
Alysun Celz

CREATURE
mynock

COMMENTS
Dark Horse Extra was a 25 periodical sold thru comic specialty shops. It was 14 3/4" wide and 21 1/2" tall, folded once vertically. On some occasions it may also have been folded again horizontally. It contained three serialized strips, two on the front page and one on the back. Inside was a full page poster (measuring 14 3/4" by 21 1/2") and a full page devoted to upcoming releases called "News from the Stable" by Ivana Fanboy. The rear page also featured an ad and a column on the Dark Horse Web Site called "Rumblings in the Force" by Jedi Master J'lee Sondaw.

This issue also features Spyboy: Wrassle Hassle part 3 by Pop Mhan, Norman Lee, Sanford Greene & Dan Jackson and Usagi Yojimbo part 2 by Stan Sakai & Jason Hvam, plus a poster for Lone Wolf 2100 by Ramon Bachs & Raul Fernandez.

Thanks to Joe K. for the review copy and cover scan of this issue.
SYNOPSIS
Obi-Wan demands the alien identify himself. He tells Obi-Wan to relax, that he is Et Rex and he was being transported to the Council but he hadn't killed anyone. He was framed and that the Dark Jedi is actually Alysun.

Meanwhile back on the ship, Alysun tells Anakin that she doesn't believe Obi-Wan is coming back and that they should take his ship and leave. Anakin says they can't leave until it's safe. Alysun asks him if he thinks it's funny how appearances can be deceiving; just before she blasts him with Force lightning.



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