Marvel Comics Illustrated Version of Return of the Jedi
May 1983
155ppg, $2.50

Writer: Archie Goodwin
Illustrator: Al Williamson
Illustrator: Carlos Garzon
Illustrator: Ron Frenz
Illustrator: Tom Palmer
Illustrator: Dan Green
Illustrator: Bill Sienkiewicz
Letterer: Ed King
Cover Artist: Marie Severin
Cover Artist: Frank Giacoia
Production Supervisor: Sol Brodsky
Art Director: John Romita
Cover Art Production: Ron Fontes
Interior Coloring: Ken Feduniewicz
Interior Production: Carl Wirshba
Production: Danny Crespi
Production: Ron Zalme
Production: Rick Parker
Production: John Morelli
Production: Joe Albelo
Production: Nora Maclin
Production: José Marzan
Production: Barry Shapiro
Production: Rob Carosella
Production: Harry Candelario
Production: Stu Schwartzberg
Production: Laurie Sutton
Production: Nancy Dodaro
Production: Ed Norton
Production: Lynn Cohen
Production: Margaret Clark
Editor: Mary Jo Duffy
Associate Editor: Michael Higgins
Editor-in-Chief: Jim Shooter



COMMENTS
Paperback sized adaptation of Return of the Jedi.

The artwork is also laid out specifically for the paperback medium, with 2-3 panels per page.

iSBN: 0-939766-58-2


Related Issues
Marvel Super Special #27 Return of the Jedi Return of the Jedi #1 Return of the Jedi #2 Return of the Jedi #3 Return of the Jedi #4 Classic Episode VI - Return of the Jedi #1 Classic Episode VI - Return of the Jedi #2


Trade Paperbacks and Alternate Covers
Return of the Jedi Trade Paperback Return of the Jedi – The Special Edition Trade Paperback Return of The Jedi Trade Paperback (Wal*Mart DVD Edition)
Marvel Comics Illustrated Version of Return of the Jedi (back cover)



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