Classic Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Trade Paperback (Wal*Mart DVD Edition)
September 2006
104ppg, $19.96

Cover Artist, Front: Bob Larkin
Cover Artist, Back: Al Williamson



COMMENTS
Included with the Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back unaltered 1980 theatrical edition DVD from Wal*Mart.

This edition is a perfect bound "graphic novel" and reprints the Dark Horse 1995 reprinted edition of the original Marvel Star Wars comics, and is a reprint of the Classic Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Trade Paperback. The front cover is a modified version of the 1980 Marvel Super Special #16 cover by Bob Larkin, while the back cover is a smaller modified version of Al Williamson's art from Star Wars #39 (The Empire Strikes Back part 1).


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
The Empire Strikes Back Trade Paperback The Empire Strikes Back – The Special Edition Trade Paperback A New Hope Trade Paperback (Wal*Mart DVD Edition) Return of The Jedi Trade Paperback (Wal*Mart DVD Edition) Classic Star Wars Box Set
The Empire Strikes Back (Wal*Mart DVD) (back cover) The Empire Strikes Back (Wal*Mart DVD) Box Front



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