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Coming This March: Overkill

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A new one-shot Boba Fett comic is slated for March 1st. Following the solo issues Agent of Doom and the promotional brief Boba Fett #1/2, will the storyline and artwork live up to the original comics by Cam Kennedy and John Wagner?

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Who has more lives than Boba Fett? Why, Tag and Bink of course -- and all these hard-to-kill Star Wars stars will be gracing the comics pages in March of next year.

The month begins with Star Wars: Boba Fett -- Overkill, a one-shot by Thomas Andrews, Francisco Ruiz Velasco, with cover art by Adam Hughes. Boba Fett rockets onto the scene with blasters blazing in this stand-alone story. Summoned to settle the score between two warring factions, Fett quickly shows his employers the importance of always choosing the right tool for the job, and the folly of underestimating just how much damage and chaos a single Mandalorian can inflict. Once unleashed, Fett's drive to finish the job is unshakable, and both groups quickly realize they're dealing with a bigger and much deadlier mutual problem -- one that must be stopped before it obliterates everything!

Don't miss this essential piece of the Boba Fett mythos, due out on March 1st.


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We first noticed this story on October 20: Dark Horse 2006: Fett One-Shot

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