The Star Wars 0 Star Wars (2013) 13 Darth Vader and the Cry of Shadows 2 Dawn of the Jedi – Force War 3 Legacy, Volume 2 11
Posted by Jay on October 17, 2013 at 08:02 PM CST
Dark Horse has sent out solicitations for their January 2014 titles, including 5 Star Wars comics!

The Star Wars 0


THE STAR WARS #0
Jonathan Rinzler (W), Randy Stradley (W), Mike Mayhew (A), Sean Cooke (A), Kilian Plunkett (A), Stéphane Roux (A), Scott Kolins (A), and Nick Runge (Cover)

On sale Jan 1
FC, 32 pages
$3.99
One-shot

A companion to the eight-issue adaptation of The Star Wars, this is an exclusive peek behind the scenes at the designs that have brought a new—yet incredibly familiar—galaxy to life.

Included in this volume are the never-before-seen comics sequences that were used in Dark Horse’s pitch to George Lucas!

• Previously unpublished designs and comics pages!

• Companion to the official eight-issue adaptation of George Lucas’s original rough-draft screenplay for Star Wars!


Star Wars (2013) 13


STAR WARS (2013) #13
Brian Wood (W), Facundo Percio (P), Dan Parsons (I), Gabe Eltaeb (C), and Hugh Fleming (Cover)

On sale Jan 8
FC, 32 pages
$2.99
Ongoing

After a defeat by Rebel forces and the escape of prisoner Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader decides to clean house. From one end of the galaxy to the other, Vader’s “new broom”—a squad of elite stormtroopers backed by the Dark Lord’s own lightsaber—is sweeping the ranks of the Empire!

“Brian Wood’s writing of this new Star Wars series has been excellent from the first issue.”—Den of Geek


Darth Vader and the Cry of Shadows 2


STAR WARS: DARTH VADER AND THE CRY OF SHADOWS #2 (of 5)
Tim Siedell (W), Gabriel Guzman (A), Michael Atiyeh (C), and Felipe Massafera (Cover)

On sale Jan 15
FC, 32 pages
$3.50
Miniseries

Clone trooper Hock has been through much since being left for dead by his Jedi leaders in the Clone Wars. Now, Hock believes he has found a truly great warrior who deserves loyalty and commands respect—Darth Vader! If Hock can impress the Dark Lord as a stormtrooper, he will have earned respect of his own from the leader he admires most.

• Tim Siedell (@badbanana) has one of Time’s 140 Best Twitter Feeds!

“A wonderful installment for Star Wars fans.”—Comic Book Resources


Dawn of the Jedi – Force War 3


STAR WARS: DAWN OF THE JEDI – FORCE WAR #3 (of 5)
John Ostrander (W), Jan Duursema (P), Dan Parsons (I), Wes Dzioba (C), and David Michael Beck (Cover)

On sale Jan 15
FC, 32 pages
$3.50
Miniseries

Je’daii generals Daegen Lok and Xesh are captured by Xesh’s former Rakatan masters, and Xesh learns the truth behind his arrival on Tython. Half-mad with regret, he is forced to give the invaders the knowledge they need to defeat Xesh’s Je’daii friends—and enslave the entire planet!

• Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi Volume 1 is one of the highest-selling collections in years!

“An awesome read.”—Geeks of Doom


Legacy, Volume 2 11


STAR WARS: LEGACY, VOLUME 2 #11
Corinna Bechko (W), Gabriel Hardman (W/A), Rachelle Rosenberg (C), and Agustin Alessio (Cover)

On sale Jan 22
FC, 32 pages
$2.99
Ongoing

Just who is Ania Solo? Is she a lowly salvage dealer from a backwater planet, as she says, or is she an escaped prisoner and the murderer of an Imperial Knight, as the authorities claim?

• Gabriel Hardman returns as artist!

“Like the original theatrical release . . . readers are left with a set of characters to relate to, assimilate with and cheer on.”—Comic Book Resources
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