Agent of the Empire – Hard Targets 5 Dawn of the Jedi – Prisoner of Bogan 3
Posted by Jay on February 28, 2013 at 10:11 AM CST
This week, the exciting conclusion to Agent of the Empire – Hard Targets is out. Everyone—including Boba Fett—is after the young Count Dooku. As Cross and the Count’s loyal security guard attempt to whisk the boy to safety, they are surrounded by enemies! In the past, Cross had the power and authority of the Empire behind him. Now he has nothing but his fists! John Ostrander, Davidé Fabbri & Christian Della Vecchia conclude one of the best series in recent months!

Also on shelves is Dawn of the Jedi – Prisoner of Bogan #3. After a brief hiatus, this John Ostrander/Jan Duursema power series really ramps up! Xesh and Daegen Lok are on a mission to build Forcesabers—a weapon that Lok knows will take him closer to his vision of being leader of the Je’daii. But the Je’daii Rangers are on the pair’s trail, and this first encounter between the Je’daii and the prisoners of Bogan will carry heavy consequences!

And, for the fans who live in the electronic realm, the digital comics available this week at digital.darkhorse.com include: Star Wars: Agent of the Empire – Hard Targets #5, Boba Fett: Death, Lies, and Treachery, & Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi – Prisoner of Bogan #3.
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