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Star Wars Droids: The Protocol Offensive
Attribution information
Writer
Penciller

Igor Kordey

Letterer

Sean Konot

Cover artist

Igor Kordey

Editor
Publication information
Publisher

Dark Horse Comics

Publication date

September 3, 1997

Pages

48

General information
Era

Rise of the Empire era

Timeline

c. 5.5 BBY[1]

Series

Droids

Issue number

One-shot

The Protocol Offensive was a one-shot of the Star Wars: Droids comic series. It includes a one-page afterword by Ryder Windham. It was published on September 3, 1997 by Dark Horse Comics.

Publisher's summaryEdit

Plotted by Star Wars novelist Brian Daley (Han Solo at Stars' End) and written by See-Threepio actor Anthony Daniels and Droids writer Ryder Windham, with painted illustrations by Tales of the Marvels artist Igor Kordey. It's See-Threepio and Artoo-Detoo saving the planet Tahlboor, in an adventure set years before Star Wars: A New Hope! This prestige-format one-shot has it all.

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Characters

Creatures

Droid models

Locations

Organizations and titles

Sentient species

Vehicles and vessels

Weapons and technology

Miscellanea


Behind the scenesEdit

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Cover art.

The idea for the script came from Ryder Windham, who approached Brian Daley and Anthony Daniels to collaborate on a comic, as he had been in contact with both and knew that they had enjoyed working together for the Star Wars radio dramas. After talk between the three, Daley produced a rough outline, but work was halted first by Daley and Daniels' involvement in the Return of the Jedi radio adaption and then Daley's death. Several months later Windham was persuaded by Bob Cooper to take Daley's place, and he and Daniels produced the finished version of the script.

For the planning and writing of the script, R2-D2's words were written in English, only translated to whistles and beeps for the final version.

It was originally to be titled Unfriendly Persuasion.

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Star Wars: Droids: The Adventures of R2-D2 and C-3PO
Episodes
Ewoks and Droids Adventure Hour
"The White Witch" · "Escape Into Terror" · "The Trigon Unleashed" · "A Race to the Finish"
"The Lost Prince" · "The New King" · "The Pirates of Tarnoonga" · "The Revenge of Kybo Ren" · "Coby and the Starhunters"
"Tail of the Roon Comets" · "The Roon Games" · "Across the Roon Sea" · "The Frozen Citadel"
The Great Heep
Films
Star Wars Animated Adventures: Droids
The Pirates and the Prince · Treasure of the Hidden Planet
Books
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The Lost Prince · The White Witch · The Pirates of Tarnoonga · Escape from the Monster Ship
Dragon Books series
The White Witch · The Trigon Unleashed · Escape Into Terror · A Race to the Finish
The Droid Colouring Book of the Future
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Dark Horse
The Kalarba Adventures: 1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · Artoo's Day Out · Special · Trade paperback
Rebellion: 1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · Trade paperback
Season of Revolt: 1 · 2 · 3 · 4
Apple Jacks · The Protocol Offensive · Omnibus
MyComyc
Neutralizing Trigon I · Kea Kidnapped · The Stolen Ship · Sabotaged Droid
Troublesome Outing · The Secret Disk · The Cloud
Multimedia
Toy line · Card game · Video game · "In Trouble Again" · "The Droids Re-Animated"
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