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Fett in Future Empire Comic

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On December 1st, expect to see Boba Fett to appear in the newest comic from the Empire series.

Ron Marz (author, Jango Fett series and Empire #26) returns to extrapolate the post-Clones connection between Boba Fett and the Stormtroopers, illustrated by Fett-newcomer Adriana Melo (artist, Empire #22 and 26). Cover by also-newcomer Tommy Lee Edwards (artist, Empire #26).

Boba Fett is on a mission. But this time his objective is not a person, but a thing: a holo-projector containing an irreplaceable recording. The one caveat is that the device is somewhere in the wreckage of a massive Star Destroyer, guarded by Imperial fighters and scheduled for destruction by the Empire to prevent any salvageable parts from falling into Rebel hands.

An impossible mission? Not for the greatest bounty hunter in the galaxy. Stormtroopers beware! Boba Fett is on a mission, and none had better stand between him and his prize!

More information on Boba Fett comics at our Bounty catalog.


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