Boba Fett #1/2 ("Salvage")

1997  |  Wizard Magazine / Dark Horse Comics

Boba Fett #1/2, Cover Art
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Boba Fett #1/2 ("Salvage")
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Exclusively available from Wizard Magazine with "Certificate of Authencity." Variant version: gold cover. Included in the Enemy of the Empire trade paperback. Published by Dark Horse Comics.

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Writer: John Wagner
Penciller: Carlos Ezquerra
Inker: Carlos Ezquerra
Letterer: Vickie Williams
Colorist: Cary Porter
Cover Artist: Timothy Bradstreet
Editor: Peet Janes

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