Classic Star Wars: A New Hope Trade Paperback
November 1995
104ppg, $9.95

Inker: Rick Hoberg
Inker: Bill Wray
Letterer: Carol Lay
Letterer: Michael W. Royer
Cover Artist: Adam Hughes
Cover Artist: Twentieth Century Fox
Collection Editor: Lynn Adair
Book Design: Scott Tice
Book Design: Harald Graham
Collection Design Manager: Brian Gogolin
Publisher: Mike Richardson



COMMENTS
This trade paperback collects Classic Star Wars: A New Hope #1-2.

The inside of the front and back covers are black and white versions of the cover art for Classic Star Wars: A New Hope #1 & 2.

In this edition, the first page of story art (with the Star Destroyer firing on the Blockade Runner) has been removed and the text displayed in the familiar receding words.


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 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
Classic Star Wars Box Set A Long Time Ago Trade Paperback #1 A New Hope Trade Paperback (Wal*Mart DVD Edition)
Classic A New Hope Trade Paperback - Box Set Version



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