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First published in four issues of Star Wars Galaxy Magazine, published by Topps in 1995 thru 1996.
Highly regarded, four-part storyline pitting Jodo Kast — the famous Boba Fett imposter — against Boba Fett.
Dengar makes an appearance, along with Slave I.
Boba Fett disguises himself as a character named Brek Madek. Boba Fett also calls himself "Sarlacc Food."
Dark Horse Comics notes a January 1, 1997 publication date. The issue itself just says January 1997 inside.
Re-printed multiple times, including in 2021.
Writer: Andy Mangels
Penciller: John Nadeau
Inker: Jordi Ensign
Letterer: Michael Taylor
Colorist: Cary Porter
Editor: Peet Janes
Designer: Scott Tice
Cover Artist: John Nadeau
Retro Fett Comic Review: "Twin Engines of Destruction"
Published September 23, 2008 (updated February 2023)
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Boba Fett uses the name Sarlacc Food when typing a transmission to Dengar.p. 10
Boba Fett uses the name Sava Brec Madak when disguised and undercover.p. 14
- BFFC Admin rated this item and wrote this review on November 20, 2019:
Fantastic writing. Iconic artwork. Best Boba Fett story.
- HunterOfTheWeb064 rated this item and wrote this review on November 14, 2019:
I quite frankly, believe that this is one of the greatest comics out there. Truly a masterpiece.
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