Starfighter: Crossbones was a three-issue series of comics published by Dark Horse Comics between January 9, 2002 and March 13, 2002. It is set in 24 BBY. This spin-off was based on the successful video game Starfighter. This series has not been collected as a trade paperback, but was eventually collected in Omnibus: Menace Revealed.
|Organizations and titles||Sentient species||Vehicles and vessels||Weapons and technology||Miscellanea|
Organizations and titles
Vehicles and vessels
Weapons and technology
|Collected (TPB) issue||Released issue||Future issue|
|Issue||Title||Publication date||Trade paperback||TPB pub date||Omnibus collection||Omnibus pub date|
|Starfighter: Crossbones||Omnibus: Menace Revealed||July 22, 2009|
|1||Starfighter: Crossbones 1||January 9, 2002|
|2||Starfighter: Crossbones 2||February 13, 2002|
|3||Starfighter: Crossbones 3||March 13, 2002|
Behind the scenesEdit
Star Wars Starfighter: Crossbones was supposed to include only alien characters; author Ramón F. Bachs was explicitly asked not to include any Humans. However, he convinced the rest of the team to include one Human as a background character in the cantina. That Human was a caricature of Star Wars fan Skippy Farlstendoiro, who has met Bachs many times usually disguised as a Mon Calamari. As such, "Farlstendoiro" appeared next to a Mon Calamari. Furthermore, two other humans appear in the first issue: Vana Sage (in a hologram) and Adi Gallia, although Adi Gallia may have still been considered a near-Human at the time of the comics' printing, as that was her (inaccurate) designation in the The New Essential Guide to Characters.