Star Wars Titles From Dark Horse For November 2010

Jay Cochran - August 10, 2010


Tom Taylor (W) and Chris Scalf (A/Cover)

On sale Nov 24
FC, 40 pages

Boba Fett is on a mission to uphold his father’s honor. But when a bounty is paid, and the crime lord who issued it still refuses to call off his vendetta, Boba Fett’s own sense of honor is offended. Forget about bounties; now there’s hell to pay!

Boba Fett takes on a crime lord. Check.
And the crime lord’s army of minions. Check.
And a giant, rampaging rancor. Check and double-check!


Mick Harrison (W), Douglas Wheatley (P/Cover), Dave McCaig (C), Chris Chuckry (C), and Dan Jackson (C)

On sale Nov 10
FC, 136 pages
TPB, 7" x 10"

Three months after the events in Revenge of the Sith . . .

In a time when all Jedi are fugitives, surviving Jedi Dass Jennir is trying to live as an outlaw without actually becoming one. Accepting a job from a mysterious beauty, Jennir sets out to rid her town of a gang of slave runners. But when he finds that his employer hasn’t been completely honest with him, he begins to doubt the course she’s set him on. Outlaw or not, there’s one thing he knows for certain: he has vowed to save this town—and a Jedi never gives up!

Meanwhile, Darth Vader makes a discovery that has him questioning his own future and the plans of Emperor Palpatine. There are many questions and few answers in these dark times!

• Explore the uncharted Star Wars era between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope!

• Collects Star Wars: Dark Times #13–#17, and the prologue from Dark Times #0.


John Jackson Miller (W), Federico Dallocchio (A), Michael Atiyeh (C), and Joe Quinones (Cover)

On sale Nov 10
FC, 40 pages

Jedi Knight Kerra Holt thought she was prepared for anything that could happen on the volunteer mission that took her deep into Sith space. But now, trapped behind enemy lines, Kerra looks toward a life without the support of the Republic . . . and if her headstrong ways continue to lead her actions, she may end up without any support at all!

• The second issue in a brand-new series, with a brand-new hero, in an uncharted era of Star Wars!

• John Jackson Miller is also writing a Knight Errant novel for Del Rey starring Kerra Holt in an original adventure! See her here first!

The galaxy united against the Sith Empire!


John Ostrander (W), Jan Duursema (P/Cover), Dan Parsons (I), Brad Anderson (C), and Sean Cooke (Cover)

On sale Jan 5
FC, 104 pages
TPB, 7" x 10"

One hundred thirty-three years after Luke Skywalker made his final stand against the Emperor and Darth Vader, the Galactic Alliance, Emperor-in-exile Roan Fel’s forces, and the reunited Jedi Order are finally ready to take on the Sith Empire. Everyone is out of hiding, and the battle lines have been drawn!

Cade Skywalker is back in action, as well—leading a personal vendetta against the Sith, and brought to the brink of having to accept his family legacy or deny it once and for all!

• Collects Star Wars: Legacy #47–#50.


Alexander Freed (W), Dave Ross (P), Mark McKenna (I), Michael Atiyeh (C), and
Benjamin Carré (Cover)

On sale Nov 3
FC, 40 pages

The hunt for the emperor’s apprentice continues in this tale of Sith vs. Sith!

Proving his worth to the Dark Council by capturing Exal Kressh may be the end of young Sith Teneb Kel; and a brief encounter with his skilled prey brings some questions to the surface . . . Why would a loyal apprentice betray her emperor and the entire Sith Empire?

• Based on the highly anticipated MMOG from LucasArts and BioWare!

• Written by senior game writer Alexander Freed!

• The newest Star Wars era begins here!
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onetruebluex2 - 2008-08-06 @ 8:37 pm

Yeah I know Hogan has done his share of crap in the past, but I still feel for him. After you get through that celebrity exterior, he is still a human being. I really hope he and Linda can get all this junk out of thier systems for good, get back together and just be parents from now on. I know lots of celebs act like this, but anybody can be turned into a money-junkie. I've never been rich or famous so I wouldn't know. LOL! @loll@

BeautifulDisaster - 2008-08-06 @ 4:17 am

I loathe Hulk Hogan.

But, I feel a little bad seeing what Terry Bollea is going through. At one time, he and Linda were in love. And, I'm sure that deep down, he still loves her. But, she's going through the mid-life crisis that money, botox, and attention can cause wealthy real-life "desperate housewives" to go through.

That said, Terry is no saint. Nobody is. But, he is seemingly always on the TMZ, Perez Hilton, ET, The Insider, etc. (this time Access Hollywood) kinds of media which cause celebrities to become public pariahs. This divorce shouldn't be a story to anybody but the Bollea family. Yet, it is a national story in gossip rags because the vultures will not let it die and because he will not allow them to let it die. Hogan has been a media whore for years and it shows.

This is a sad fall from grace of a guy who, in the mid 1980s, was a wonderful rolemodel for children. The sad thing is that as I have grown from a child to an adult, I have seen a once-heroic figure become a sad cartoon character who's show I wish I could turn off. Sadly however, his cartoon show is his real existence. I just wish he could hear that "lay low, stop talking, go away until this blows over" advice and actually take it to heart.

DarthJoe - 2008-08-06 @ 2:55 am

Count me in as one of the people who still like Hulk.

If you watched any of the last season of Hulk Knows Best, you know it was Linda's decision to get the divorce...Hulk didn't want it. Definitely a mid-life crisis or something on her part.

TommyGoth - 2008-08-06 @ 1:02 am

You made a few good points. Linda probably is going through a mid-life crisis.

But you may not have been off by a mile. There are little things that make me think Liinda hasn't always been that way. Like at Bash at the Beach 94 if you look in the middle of the front row when Hogan drops the leg on Flair and then pins him, there is a woman in a black dress jumping up and down (much like I was at that same moment). Yep, it was Linda.

They seemed very much in love (most of the time) on Hogan Knows Best. She's probably just money hungry these days. It'd be a shame if he lost his millions because of her. I know a lot of people don't like him, but he's my hero.

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