Star Wars: Legacy Exclusive Hardcover #1
April 2007
"Broken", 22ppg, $19.99

Cover Artist: Jan Duursema



COMMENTS
This exclusive hardcover edition collects Legacy #1-3 & #5-7.

The coloring of Deliah Blue (in issue #7, making her seem more like Marisiah Fel) has been corrected for this edition.

A typo inside the cover, indicates it reprints issues One thru Three and Five thru Six, when it should be Five thru Seven. Also the cover art is mis-credited to Adam Hughes, when it should be Jan Duursema.

You can read the write-up on this at StarWars.com.
SYNOPSIS
Exclusive Hardcover available thru StarWarsShop.com

Limited to 1500

StarWarsShop is now offering the U.S. exclusive hardcover edition of Star Wars: Legacy Volume 1 -- Broken.

The perfect jumping-on point for any reader, Broken collects issues #1-3 and #5-7 of the ongoing Legacy series, and features cover art of Darth Talon by longtime Star Wars artist Jan Duursema for this exclusive hardcover edition.

In an all-new adventure set more than a century after Return of the Jedi and the New Jedi Order, the Jedi Temple is attacked, the Emperor is betrayed, and the Sith are born anew! Not since Luke Skywalker first stepped aboard the Millennium Falcon has the galaxy seemed like such a vast, exciting, dangerous place!

Readers will meet a host of new characters, see fleets of new spaceships, and visit scores of exotic locations -- some new and some familiar.

Make sure to get this exclusive hardcover edition with stunning cover artwork of Darth Talon from StarWarsShop today!


Related Issues
Legacy #1 Legacy #2 Legacy #3 Legacy #5 Legacy #6 Legacy #7


Trade Paperbacks and Alternate Covers
Legacy Hardcover #1 Legacy Trade Paperback #1 30th Anniversary Collection #12



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