Tag Greenley and Bink Otauna are dead. The two Rebel soldiers chose to disguise themselves as stormtroopers to escape the icy clutch of death. Eventually they found their way onto the Death Star where they (along with everyone else on the battle station) were blown to smithereens. That's how issue #1 of Tag & Bink Are Dead ended. So, if they're dead—how exciting is the second issue going to be?! PLENTY! And it's HILARIOUS to boot! Make sure not to miss this final chapter in the lives of Tag & Bink! Written by Kevin Rubio (creator of the Internet film sensation TROOPS and the laugh-riot short stories "A Death Star Is Born" and "Force Fiction" from Star Wars Tales) and illustrated by the masterful Lucas Marangon.
Tag and Bink Live
It is a dark time for Dark Horse Comics. Numerous death threats and two failed assassination attempts have done little to curb the procrastinating tendencies of the writer, who in the last issue wrote himself into a hole by killing the main characters in the first part of a two issue series… Or did he?
After endless amounts of research, four outlines, three complete rewrites, and two computers late Kevin finally felt comfortable enough with his efforts to turn in a draft. (Okay, truth be told I was in serious danger of never being hired to do another story again.)
So, when we last left Bink and Tag they were screaming down a trench being pursued by the Millennium Falcon… Or were they? Did Tag and Bink actually die? Were they able to escape the destruction of the all-powerful Death Star? Turn the page and see…
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Behind the scenesEdit
In the party room of Massassi Station, a broken Monolith (from 2001: A Space Odyssey), a hat containing the number 42 (from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy), and the rabbit suit and walrus mask from Magical Mystery Tour can be seen.