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One-shot. Available July 21, 2021.
Written by JUSTINA IRELAND
Penciled by LUCA PIZZARI & MORE
Cover by Mahmud Asrar
Variant cover by Bernard Chang.
Features Deva Lompop.
JABBA NEVER FORGIVES! JABBA NEVER FORGETS!
JABBA THE HUTT is one of the most powerful and ruthless gangsters in the galaxyâ€”and BOBA FETT, his most trusted bounty hunter, has failed him. How will Jabba deal with betrayal? VIOLENTLY. And what does this have to do with a bounty hunter with ties to the HIGH REPUBLIC?
As it turns out, Jabba has a deep bounty hunter bench.
In Marvel's special one-shot, Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters: Jabba the Hutt #1, the titular crime boss has grown impatient waiting for the delivery of Han Solo. He calls upon Deva Lompop â€” an ancient, legendary bounty hunter â€” to finish the jobâ€¦
War of the Bounty Hunters: Jabba the Hutt #1, from writer Justina Ireland and artists Ibraim Roberson and Luca Pizzari, with a cover by Mahmud Asrar and Matthew Wilson, arrives July 21 and is available for pre-order now on Comixology and at your local comic shop.
Important Dates in History
- BOUNTYHUNTER66 rated this item and wrote this review on July 29, 2021:
Worst comic about Star Wars I have ever read and and Boba Fett was in it I would have preferred to have not read it. The only good part is the cover.
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Last UpdatedJul 20, 2021
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