Star Wars (2013) 10 Ewoks – Shadows of Endor Star Wars Omnibus: Wild Space 2
Posted by Jay on October 9, 2013 at 08:50 AM CST
This week, artist Carlos D’Anda returns to Star Wars #10 as Luke Skywalker and Wedge Antilles infiltrate an Imperial Destroyer. But now nine thousand stormtroopers are searching for them, and Darth Vader is aware of their presence. Completing their mission and escaping with their lives may be an either/or proposition! Brian Wood reached the halfway point of his run on the title and legendary Star Wars cover artist Hugh Fleming returns as well.

Also, out is a new digest - Ewoks: Shadows of Endor. Until now, the Ewoks had been able to ignore the arrival of the Empire’s stormtroopers on Endor. But when they discover their rivals, the Duloks, have been enslaved and a legendary beast has been awakened, the Ewoks realize they may have to prepare for war—as soon as they figure out how to survive the beast! This issue leads directly into the events of Return of the Jedi, ties into the beloved Ewoks TV series and movies, and is written and drawn by Zack Giallongo!

Finally, a second Wild Space omnibus filled with rare Star Wars gems is released! This trade paperback collects Visionaries, Podracing Tales originally presented at StarWars.com, Jabba The Hutt (The Garr Suppoon Hit, The Hunger of Princess Nampi, The Dynasty Trap, & Betrayal), The Jabba Tape, A Decade of Dark Horse #2 ("This Crumb for Hire" story only), Tag & Bink Are Dead #1-2, The Return of Tag & Bink–Special Edition, Tag & Bink–Episode I: Revenge of the Clone Menace, The Bounty Hunter's Scoundrel's Wages & Sergio Aragonés Stomps Star Wars. A great collection of rare and never-before-published material for only $24.99.

And, for the fans who live in the electronic realm, the digital comics available this week at digital.darkhorse.com include: Star Wars #10.
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