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Dark Forces: Rebel Agent
Attribution
Author(s)

William C. Dietz

Editor(s)
Cover artist(s)

Ezra Tucker

Illustrator(s)

Ezra Tucker

Penciller(s)

Ezra Tucker

Inker(s)

Ezra Tucker

Letterer(s)

Arthur Baker

Colorist(s)

Ezra Tucker

Publication information
Publisher
Released

March 11, 1998

Type

Hardcover

Pages

128

ISBN

0-399-14396-3

General information
Issue number(s)

2

Canon

C

Era(s)
Timeline
Series

Dark Forces (novellas)

Preceded by

Prophets of the Dark Side

Followed by

Dark Forces: Jedi Knight

Dark Forces: Rebel Agent was the second volume in the Dark Forces trilogy of novellas written by William C. Dietz. It was released March 11, 1998 by Dark Horse Comics and Boulevard, and both the hardcover and trade paperback contain twenty-five full-color illustrations by Ezra Tucker.

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EditionsEdit

Publisher's summaryEdit

HardcoverEdit

Back coverEdit

Secret Rebel Agent Kyle Katarn will do anything to avenge his father's untimely death at the hands of the Empire. When Kyle is threatened by 8t88 in a Nar Shaddaa bar, he tracks down the droid and secures a mysterious disk that could put him on the path to learning why his father was killed. Kyle soon finds that the disk contains information about a map to the Valley of the Jedi, a place his father had stumbled upon and kept secret. Now it's a race between Kyle and the Empire to see who can get to the map—and the Valley—first.

Based on the popular Star Wars: DARK FORCES and Star Wars: JEDI KNIGHT interactive games, Rebel Agent is part two of a trilogy written by acclaimed author William C. Dietz (The Final Battle) and illustrated by the award-winning artist Ezra Tucker (the Adventures of Little Nettie Windship children's book series).

Inside flapEdit

After Kyle's father, Morgan Katarn, discovers the Valley of the Jedi, Morgan passes along a description of it to a Jedi named Rahn, who falls into the hands of Jerec the Dark Jedi. From Rahn's mind, Jerec extracts information that leads back to the Katarn farm. Meanwhile, the droid 8t88 propositions Kyle in connection with a mysterious disk…and a chase ensues. Kyle secures the disk and learns of his father's discovery—but arrives too late to save the map. Or does he? The answer lies with 8t88.

This brand-new adventure trilogy provides background to, and incorporates elements of, the LucasArts DARK FORCES and JEDI KNIGHT interactive games. Rebel Agent follows Soldier for the Empire and prepares the way for Jedi Knight.

Trade paperbackEdit

Following Dark Forces—Soldier for the Empire, part two of this graphic-story-album trilogy chronicles the adventures of Kyle Katarn as he learns of the mysterious Valley of the Jedi, discovered by his father years ago. Trapped in the Valley is an enormous reservoir of energy, waiting to be released. Who will reach the Valley—and its power—first, Kyle, or the Dark Jedi known as Jerec? Written by William C. Dietz and accompanied by 25 painted illustrations by artist Ezra Tucker.

AppearancesEdit

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Characters Creatures Droid models Events Locations
Organizations and titles Sentient species Vehicles and vessels Weapons and technology Miscellanea

Characters


Creatures

Droid models

Events

Locations

Organizations and titles

Sentient species

Vehicles and vessels

Weapons and technology

Miscellanea


Cover galleryEdit

This is a gallery of the different cover variations of Dark Forces: Rebel Agent.

Notes and referencesEdit

External linksEdit


Dark Forces saga
Video games
Dark Forces · Jedi Knight · Mysteries of the Sith · Jedi Outcast demo · Jedi Outcast · Jedi Academy
Strategy guides
Dark Forces Manual: Coded Transmissions · Dark Forces: Official Player's Guide · Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II: The Official Strategy Guide
Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast: Official Perfect Guide · Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy: Prima's Official Strategy Guide
Novellas
Soldier for the Empire · Rebel Agent · Jedi Knight
Audio dramas
Soldier for the Empire · Rebel Agent · Jedi Knight · The Collector's Trilogy
Comics
Sand Blasted · Equals & Opposites · Jedi vs. Sith
Websites
N.R.I. Reports · The Dark Forces Saga · Kyle Katarn's Tale
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