Dark Horse Star Wars Solicitations for July

April 17, 2012 at 12:00 am | Posted in Comic Books, Dark Horse, Star Wars News | Leave a comment
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Here is the Star Wars rundown on Dark Horse Comics solicitations for July.

Darth Maul: Death Sentence #1 (of 4)

Writer: Tom Taylor
Penciller: Bruno Redondo
Cover Artist: Dave Dorman

Release Date: July 25
32 pages, $2.99

By now the galaxy has learned the terrible truth: Sith Lord Darth Maul still lives. Worse, he has joined forces with his brother Savage Opress! The Jedi are searching for them and, after Maul and Opress cut a murderous swath through the Outer Rim, so is an army of mercenaries hired by a wealthy mine owner. Darth Maul has a price on his head, and for him there is only one way to deal with such a problem: go directly to the source!

• A direct follow-up to the events in the television series The Clone Wars!

Blood Ties: Boba Fett is Dead #4 (of 4)

Writer: Tom Taylor
Artist/Cover Artist: Chris Scalf

Release Date: July 25
40 pages, $3.50

The man behind the murder of Boba Fett has sent his army of mercenaries to kill Fett’s ex-wife and child, and Boba’s half-brother Connor Freeman. But what if Boba Fett isn’t quite as dead as everyone thinks? Then there might be… Hell. To. Pay.

Darth Vader and the Ghost Prison #3 (of 5)

Writer: Haden Blackman
Artist: Agustin Alessio
Cover Artist: Dave Wilkins

Release Date: July 18
32 pages, $3.50

Cadet Tohm, in the company of Darth Vader, Moff Trachta, and the wounded Emperor, has finally reached the mysterious Ghost Prison. Vader battles the Jedi guard and Trachta wreaks vengeance on a particular prisoner. The Emperor’s condition is stabilized, but they must find a way to combat the uprising back on Coruscant. Vader plans to use the only army available to him—the inmates of the Ghost Prison. But the prisoners have begun to revolt…

Knight Errant: Escape #2 (of 5)

Writer: John Jackson Miller
Penciller: Marco Castiello
Inker: Vincenzo Acunzo
Colorist: Michael Atiyeh
Cover Artist: Benjamin Carré

Release Date: July 11
32 pages, $3.50

Working with a team of Sith reconnaissance troops searching for a powerful relic, Jedi Knight Kerra Holt is getting a firsthand look at the battles between warring Sith lords. Witnessing all the destruction is making her have second thoughts about her mission, but painful memories push her forward, overriding her conscience. Kerra is falling deeper into the world of the Sith—will she be able to climb out?

Crimson Empire Saga

Writers: Mike Richardson, Randy Stradley
Penciller: Paul Gulacy
Inkers: P. Craig Russell, Randy Emberlin
Colorists: Dave Stewart, Michael Bartolo
Cover Artist: Dave Dorman

Release Date: Sept 12
504 pages, $34.99, Hardcover, 6” x 9”

The blood-soaked tale of the last surviving member of Emperor Palpatine’s Royal Guard is now complete in one dust-jacketed hardcover edition! From revenge to redemption, the story of Kir Kanos takes him from the deserts of Yinchorr, to the halls of Imperial power, and to the inner circle of the New Republic. Included are encounters with Darth Vader, Boba Fett, Luke Skywalker, and Leia Organa Solo. An epic tale in one epic tome!

This will include the short comics, the Kenix Kil one-shot, and the handbook.

Crimson Empire III: Empire Lost TPB

Writer: Mike Richardson
Penciller: Paul Gulacy
Colorist: Michael Bartolo
Cover Artist: Dave Dorman

Release Date: Sept 19
144 pages, $19.99, trade paperback

Kir Kanos, the last surviving member of Emperor Palpatine’s Royal Guard, is ready to settle a score with Luke Skywalker and those others whom he blames for the death of his Emperor. But standing in Kanos’s path is his former adversary and almost love interest Mirith Sinn. And both of them have become pawns in a secret plot by an Imperial cabal!

Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

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