San Diego Comic-Con Comics #4
July 1995
"Heir to the Empire", 32ppg

Cover Artist: Kilian Plunkett
Cover Artist: Frank Miller



COMMENTS
Issued at the 1995 San Diego Comic-Com, this comic features previews of several Dark Horse comics including a 3-page black and white preview of Heir to the Empire (pages 7-9 of issue #1). The flip side features a Frank Miller cover, as well as his short story Fat Man and Little Boy.

Interior contents include: "The Mask in San Diego" story by Eury, Vest, and Janes, pencils by Neil Vokes, inking by Bruce Patterson; "Foot Soldiers" story by Jim Krueger, art by Michael Avon Oeming; "Star Wars: Heir to the Empire" the story is from the novel by Timothy Zahn, adapted to comics by Mike Baron, art by Olivier Vatine and Fred Blanchard; "Madman Pinup" art by Michael Allred; "Tarzan/John Carter: Warlords of Mars" story by Bruce Jones, art by Bret Blevins; "Barb Wire Pinup" pencils by Jim Hall, inking by Tom Simmons; "Cud Comix: Eno and Plum" story and art by Terry Laban; "Motorhead" story by D. G. Chichester, pencils by Karl Waller, inking by Tim Bradstreet; "Tex Avery in Comics: Droopy VS. The Red Baron" story by Robert V. Conte, art by Bill Morrison; "Fat Man and Little Boy" story by Frank Miller.




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