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Designer COMING SOON! o( DEBRA B AILEY )o Here's more Star Wars reading that you won't want to miss! Assistant Editor STAR WARS: EMPIRE #2J by JEREMY BARLOW and BRANDON BADEAUX o( KATIE MOODY )o Cover by KILIAN PLUNKETT It was supposed to be an easy gig ... transport a young woman across the desert to the waiting arms of her friends. But nothing's ever easy for Editor reformed smuggler BoShek, and he soon finds himself in the middle of a struggle between a o( DAVELAND ) o militant cell of the Rebel Alliance and Imperial operatives - and in direct conflict with his own desires to avoid galactic...
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Designer COMING SOON! o( DEBRA B AILEY )o Here's more Star Wars reading that you

won't want to miss!

Assistant Editor

STAR WARS: EMPIRE #2J by JEREMY BARLOW and BRANDON BADEAUX o( KATIE MOODY )o Cover by KILIAN PLUNKETT It was supposed to be an easy gig ... transport a young woman across the desert to the waiting arms of her friends. But nothing's ever easy for Editor reformed smuggler BoShek, and he soon finds himself in the middle of a struggle between a o( DAVELAND ) o militant cell of the Rebel Alliance and Imperial operatives - and in direct conflict with his own desires to avoid galactic politics. With the fires of civil war burning around him, Publisher BoShek may be forced to make a stand with one side or the other ... unless he can make a run ... o( MIKERICHARDSON )o The fust full-feature comics adventure of one of the most intriguing characters from the Mos Eisley cantina, the " Rockabilly Spaceman" himself, BoShek! Special thanks to On sale July 7 .J ONATHAN R INZLER and AMY GARY at Lucas Licensing. STAR WARS: RBPUBUC #67 by RANDY STRADLEY and BRANDON BADEAUX Cover by BRIAN CHING Advertisino ~ General Kenobi ' s clone army is sent on a (503 ) 652-88 ' 5 x 37D diversionary mission to distract a massive Separatist anny long enough for newly knighted Jedi Tohno - a girl barely older than Anak..in Skywalker - to infiltrate a droid factory a nd Comic Shop Locat· r S~rvice: destroy it. The key to the mission is to attract the (888 ) 226-.4226 Separatist' s attention without actually engaging them in combat. But Anakin feels that he witnessed the sacrifice of enough young Jedi WWW . OARKHORSE.COM during the disastrous mission to Jabiim, and he can't stand the prospect of another one. WWW . S T ARWARS. COM Can Anakin learn to put the Republic's objectives ahead of his own feelings, or will his misguided STAR WARS TALES #20, Jtmr P ' ' bM ~ o.k Horse Comics, heroism jeopardize the lives of thousands in order Inc., 10956 SE MaJn Strefl.. • CJa .-nn. SUr Wars C2004 to save one? And what about Master Tohno? Lucasfilm Ud. & "' AD rilhU resawd. Ud -*r aabartz.ation. Text Doesn't she have a say about her own part of the and illustrations for Star W.-s nks ~ CJIM IMtifilm Ud. Dark Horse Comics® Is a tradetxwit ol Did flanr c.c.6a. Inc.. registered mission? Another action-packed battle in the in various categories and comttries.. AI n,bU ~ No portion of Clone Wars, and a serious decision-point in the this publication may be reproduced« u "**•cd.ln any form or by career of Anakin Skywalker! any mean.s, without the express wnna-aa pc n:alw.Jon of Dark Horse Comics, Inc. Names, characun. pUas.. ·!ncMmls futured in this On sale J uly 28 publication either art' the product at Llw ~ ~tlon or are used fictitiously. Any re~ 10 • ::c= (Uvlng or dead), events, institutions, or locales. llalall.ls cotnddental. P RINTED IN CANADA,

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