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Debut of the "Boba Fett is Dead" Comic Series

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This week was the debut of the new Star Wars: Blood Ties 4-part series called "Boba Fett is Dead."

The news spreads from one end of the galaxy to the other like wildfire: Boba Fett, the galaxy's most feared bounty hunter, is dead.

But when members of the team that killed Fett are themselves picked off one by one, Connor Freeman--the son of one of Jango Fett's clones--gets pulled into the action in a most unexpected way!

The series is written by Tom Taylor. The artwork and cover is Chris Scalf.

The publisher, Dark Horse Comics, has a preview of the comic's first few pages online.

The series "Blood Ties" was previously used for a Boba / Jango four-part comic book series, "A Tale of Jango and Boba Fett."


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