- "So let's have no talk of leaving the planet, Skywalker! I need you and your droids for my war-- a war to win final control of this world once and for all!"
- ―Governor Quarg
Star Wars 13: Day of the Dragon Lords! is the thirteenth issue in the Marvel Star Wars series of comics.
On Drexel, Luke Skywalker decides to join Governor Quarg's group in their battle against the Dragon Lords, at least for the time being. Meanwhile aboard Crimson Jack's space cruiser, Han Solo is trying to talk his way out of trouble when Jack and his crew realize that they have been duped into coming to Drexel. But Quarg's jamming equipment on the planet's surface causes a disruption on the space cruiser, which is enough of a diversion to allow Solo, Chewbacca, and Princess Leia Organa to escape in the Millennium Falcon to the surface below. The Falcon splashes onto the water covered surface of Drexel, right in the middle of an epic battle between Quarg's men, piloting hydra craft, and the Dragon Lords. One of the hydra craft attacks the Falcon just as its occupants are exiting from its top hatch. Luke, who is also piloting a hydra craft in the battle, immediately turns on his new comrades and rushes to save the fallen Rebels. He finds only Chewbacca, who, thinking Luke was responsible for the attack, becomes enraged at the young Rebel.
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Behind the scenesEdit
In flashback, Quarg talks about the wreck-and-salvage operation his father used to run back in the days of the Old Republic. In the flashback a number of dead or wounded Jedi are depicted—arguably the first such appearance of Jedi from the pre-Empire period.
- Star Wars: A Long Time Ago... Volume 1: Doomworld
- Star Wars Omnibus: A Long Time Ago.... Volume 1
- Star Wars: The Original Marvel Years Volume 1
- Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: The Original Marvel Years Vol. 1
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ The Comic Reader #155