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Jabba the Hutt: The Dynasty Trap
Attribution information
Writer

Jim Woodring

Penciller

Art Wetherell

Inker

Monty Sheldon

Letterer

Steve Dutro

Colorist

Rachelle Menashe

Cover artist

Mark Harrison

Publication information
Publisher

Dark Horse Comics

Publication date

August 1, 1995

Pages

32

General information
Era

Rise of the Empire era

Timeline

5 BBY

Series

Jabba the Hutt

Issue number

3

Preceded by

Jabba the Hutt: The Hunger of Princess Nampi

Followed by

Jabba the Hutt: Betrayal

Jabba the Hutt: The Dynasty Trap was the third issue in the Jabba the Hutt series of one-shot comic books. It was released August 1, 1995.

Publisher's summaryEdit

Jabba has got a hot freighter on his hands and he's looking to unload it, quickly and discreetly. Enter Cabrool Nuum, a second-hand ship trader whose reputation for discretion is as long as his many years in the business. Unfortunately for Jabba, the years seem to have caught up with Cabrool, and his murderous offspring have taken advantage of the old man's dotage, just as they plan to take advantage of Jabba's impending arrival! In a seedy corner of the galaxy, on a planet of back-stabbing opportunists, Jabba the Hutt is about to land face first in The Dynasty Trap!

Plot summaryEdit

Jabba the Hutt
The Dynasty Trap
Following his meeting with Gaar
Suppoon, Jabba the Hutt and his men
attempted to overtake a Nuffin freighter,
only to find themselves in the massive
clutches of Princess Nampi of Orooturoo.
Through the loss of Jabba's second
in command, Jabba defeated Nampi, and once
again increased his power.

Although it may prove difficult to sell the
captured Nuffin freighter on the black market,
Jabba is only encouraged by the possibility of
even greater fortune.

AppearancesEdit

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

Characters

Creatures

  • Nog (Mentioned only)
  • Whog (Mentioned only)

Locations

Organizations and titles

Sentient species

Vehicles and vessels

Weapons and technology

Miscellanea


Behind the scenesEdit

In this story, Jabba claims he doesn't have any offspring, since this was written before the Clone Wars movie. In the film The Clone Wars Rotta is his son. Possible retcon explainations for this include that Rotta died or was disowned at some point during the intervening years. Or, the Hutt may have simply lied.

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