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Darth Vader Strikes
Attribution
Writer

Archie Goodwin

Penciller

Al Williamson

Publication information
Publisher

Los Angeles Times Syndicate

Publication date

April 20 - July 26, 1981

Reprinted in
General information
Era

Rebellion era

Timeline

0 ABY

Part of

Star Wars Comic Strip

Preceded by

The Bounty Hunter of Ord Mantell

Followed by

The Serpent Masters

Darth Vader Strikes is a comic strip written by Archie Goodwin and illustrated by Al Williamson, originally published in 1981 by the Los Angeles Times Syndicate. It was later reprinted in Amazing Heroes magazine #6-12.

It was republished by Dark Horse Comics beginning on page 16 of Classic Star Wars 2, all throughout Classic Star Wars 3, and ending on page 11 of Classic Star Wars 4. It was again republished on StarWars.com's webstrips section of Hyperspace.

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Characters

Creatures

  • Bantha (Mentioned only)
  • Dewback (Star Wars scrapbook section only)
  • Tauntaun (Star Wars scrapbook section only)

Droid models

Events

Locations

Organizations and titles

Sentient species

Vehicles and vessels

Weapons and technology


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Starting with this story arc, each Sunday strip included a panel called the "Star Wars Scrapbook," which showed a character, weapon, or vehicle from Star Wars lore as it existed when the comic was created. This panel was meant to be disposable, so that newspapers which laid out their Sunday comics in an alternate format could exclude it without those readers missing any part of the story.[1]

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Star Wars Volume 1 (1991), Russ Cochran, publisher (page 160)

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