Classic Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Trade Paperback
November 1995
102ppg, $9.95

Script: Archie Goodwin
Penciller, Interior Cover Art: Al Williamson
Inker: Carlos Garzon
Colorist: James Sinclair
Colorist: Frank Lopez
Letterer: Rick Veitch
Interior Cover Art: Cam Kennedy
Cover Artist: Twentieth Century Fox
Series Editor: Bob Cooper
Series Editor: Edward Martin III
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: The Empire Strikes Back #1-2.

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

All pages from the monthly issues are represented here except the splash page from #44. This is replaced by art off the cover of issue #44 instead.


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 Star Wars (Marvel) #42 Star Wars (Marvel) #43 Star Wars (Marvel) #44 Classic Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back #1 Classic Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back #2


Trade Paperbacks and Alternate Covers
Classic Star Wars Box Set The Empire Strikes Back – The Special Edition Trade Paperback The Empire Strikes Back Trade Paperback (Wal*Mart DVD Edition)
Classic The Empire Strikes Back Trade Paperback - Box Set Version



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