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Marvel Star Wars #99

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Marvel Star Wars #99: "Touch of the Goddess"
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"Touch of the Goddess"

Fenn Shysa joins forces with the Rebels when the Nagai attack worlds near Mandalore.

Written by Jo Duffy.
Illustrated by Ron Frenz and Sam de la Rosa.

TheForce.net Comics review:

In the Ewoks' Bright Tree Village, Lando consoles Luke over Kiro's death as Rik and Chihdo do the same for Dani. Bahb, Jahn, Marruc, and Rahuhl watch jealously as Leia talks with Fenn Shysa, who joined forces with the Rebels when the Nagai attacked worlds near Mandalore. With the help of Bey, Han's half-Corellian childhood protector, Fenn formed a resistance group against the Nagai. ... Han threatens to level Godo; Ackbar forbids this, but Luke and others, including Wedge, Nien Nunb, Fenn, Bey, and two ex-Imperials, Maggie and Trif, back him up...

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