Legacy, Volume 2 5 Agent of the Empire – Hard Targets Trade Paperback 1 Dawn of the Jedi – Prisoner of Bogan Trade Paperback 2
Posted by Jay on July 24, 2013 at 07:52 AM CST
First up is Legacy (Vol 2) #5, the conclusion to the "Prisoner of the Floating World" arc. Writers Corinna Bechko & Gabriel Hardman (with art from Hardman) continue to make strides in the life of Ania Solo. And in this case, she wouldn't be a Solo if the job was easy! Ania Solo and her friends are on a planetoid that’s on a collision course with a huge space station. The worse news: a mad Sith warrior stands between them and escape!

Also on sale today is the collected editions of the two recent hit series Agent of the Empire: Hard Targets and Dawn of the Jedi: The Prisoner of Bogan. Agent of the Empire follows Jahan Cross on his 2nd recorded mission to assassinate the Count of Serrano, avoid Boba Fett and romance the lady-pirates! It's a great mashup of Star Wars and James Bond brought to life by John Ostrander and Davidé Fabbri. Meanwhile, John switches alliances to tell the tales of the Dawn of the Jedi in that series 2nd arc. Both he and Jan Duursema tell the tale of the formation of the Jedi order (called the Je'daii) and their mysterious prison on the planet of Bogan. Both TPB's are available today.

And, for the fans who live in the electronic realm, the digital comics available this week at digital.darkhorse.com include: Star Wars: Legacy Volume 2 #5.
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