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The Star Wars Scrapbook was a section within the Star Wars comic strip. It usually occupied the second panel of the strip, and only appeared in the Sunday strips, starting with the story arc Darth Vader Strikes, taking a brief hiatus with Iceworld only to return in Revenge of the Jedi. These panels depict many Star Wars characters, vehicles, creatures, and locations that were known at the time of the original trilogy. They were meant to be disposable, so that newspapers that laid out their Sunday comics in an alternate format could exclude them without those readers missing any of the story.[1]

Scrapbook entriesEdit

Darth Vader StrikesEdit

The Serpent BeastsEdit

  • Tusken Raider (August 2, 1981)
  • Han Solo on the ice planet Hoth (August 9, 1981)
  • Luke Skywalker (August 16, 1981)
  • IG-88, droid bounty hunter (August 23, 1981)
  • Rebel Blockade Runner (August 30, 1981)
  • R2-D2; Artoo Detoo (September 6, 1981)
  • Boba Fett (September 13, 1981)
  • TIE Fighter, Twin-ion engine combat crafts of the Empire (September 20, 1981)
  • Rebel Snowspeeder (September 27, 1981)
  • Chewbacca's crossbow blaster (October 4, 1981)
  • Luke's lightsaber (October 11, 1981)
  • Han Solo's blaster (October 18, 1981)
  • Life pod (October 25, 1981)
  • Stormtrooper laser gun (November 1, 1981)

The Deadly ReunionEdit

Traitor's GambitEdit

The Night BeastEdit

The Return of Ben KenobiEdit

The Power GemEdit

Revenge of the JediEdit

  • Boba Fett (November 21, 1982)
  • Darth Vader (November 28, 1982)
  • Imperial Stormtrooper (December 5, 1982)
  • Governor Tarkin (December 12, 1982)
  • Cockpit-Y-Wing Fighter (December 19, 1982)
  • Jawa Sandcrawler (December 26, 1982)
  • Death Star Laser Cannon (January 2, 1983)
  • Lobot, Lando Calrissian's Cloud City Aide (January 9, 1983)
  • Quad-laser guns Millennium Falcon (January 16, 1983)
  • General Dodonna (January 23, 1983)

Doom MissionEdit

  • Millennium Falcon Cockpit (January 30, 1983)
  • Imperial Star Destroyer (February 6, 1983)
  • Scout Walker (February 13, 1983)
  • Admiral Ackbar (February 20, 1983)
  • Death Star Droid (February 27, 1983)
  • Darth Vader's TIE Fighter (March 6, 1983)
  • Boba Fett (March 13, 1983)
  • R2-D2 Artoo Deetoo (March 20, 1983)
  • AT-AT Driver (March 27, 1983)
  • See-Threepio C-3PO (April 3, 1983)
  • Darth Vader (April 10, 1983)
  • IG-88 Droid Bounty Hunter (April 17, 1983)

Race for SurvivalEdit

  • Chewbacca (April 24, 1983)
  • Han Solo (May 1, 1983)
  • Admiral Ackbar, Mon Calamari Leader (May 8, 1983)
  • Admiral Griff (May 15, 1983)
  • Rebel Blockade Runner (May 22, 1983)
  • Lando Calrissian (May 29, 1983)
  • Sand Skiff (June 5, 1983)
  • B-Wing Rebel Fighter (June 12, 1983)
  • Rebel A-Wing Fighter (June 19, 1983)
  • Rebel A-Wing Fighter-Front View (June 26, 1983)
  • Bib Fortuna-Aide to Jabba the Hutt (July 3, 1983)
  • Wicket the Ewok (July 10, 1983)

The Paradise DetourEdit

  • EV-9D9 (July 17, 1983)
  • Head of Imperial Snow Walker (July 24, 1983)
  • Yoda, the Jedi Master (July 31, 1983)
  • Lando Calrissian (August 7, 1983)
  • Imperial TIE Interceptor (August 14, 1983)
  • Imperial Scout Walker (August 21, 1983)
  • Rebel A-Wing Back View (August 28, 1983)
  • Rebel A-Wing Top View (September 4, 1983)
  • Darth Vader's lightsaber (September 11, 1983)
  • Chewbacca's cross-bow blaster (September 18, 1983)
  • Dewback, Lizard of Tatooine (September 25, 1983)
  • Gamorrean Guard (October 2, 1983)

A New BeginningEdit

  • Jabba the Hutt (October 9, 1983)
  • Tauntaun (October 16, 1983)
  • Salacious Crumb (October 23, 1983)

Notes and referencesEdit

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

AppearancesEdit

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