Marvel's adaptation of Return of the Jedi (October 1983–January 1984) appeared in a separate, eponymous four-issue limited series [17] as well as in Marvel Super Special #27 [18] [19] and in a mass market paperback. [20]

From 1985–1987, the animated children's series Ewoks and Droids inspired comic series from Marvel's Star Comics line . [21] [22] [23]

In 1978, Pendulum Press , under their educational series Contemporary Motivators , also published a 31-page loose adaptation of Star Wars by Linda A. Cadrain and Charles Nicholas . Produced as part of a package which included an audio tape and a film strip, the comic was specifically designed for classroom use, with typeset instead of hand lettering, and vocabulary appropriate for children. [28]

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Marvel's adaptation of Return of the Jedi (October 1983–January 1984) appeared in a separate, eponymous four-issue limited series [17] as well as in Marvel Super Special #27 [18] [19] and in a mass market paperback. [20]

From 1985–1987, the animated children's series Ewoks and Droids inspired comic series from Marvel's Star Comics line . [21] [22] [23]

In 1978, Pendulum Press , under their educational series Contemporary Motivators , also published a 31-page loose adaptation of Star Wars by Linda A. Cadrain and Charles Nicholas . Produced as part of a package which included an audio tape and a film strip, the comic was specifically designed for classroom use, with typeset instead of hand lettering, and vocabulary appropriate for children. [28]

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The events in Classic Star Wars take place between the first and second Star Wars films, and each issue is jam-packed with action. Our debut issue is no exception: Luke and Leia embark on a scouting mission, are pursued by Imperial troops, and fall into the clutches of a bounty hunter whose real target is Han Solo! Whew! The whole shebang is written by Archie Goodwin, drawn by Al Williamson, and colored by Steve Buccellato, with a new cover by Williamson.

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Marvel's adaptation of Return of the Jedi (October 1983–January 1984) appeared in a separate, eponymous four-issue limited series [17] as well as in Marvel Super Special #27 [18] [19] and in a mass market paperback. [20]

From 1985–1987, the animated children's series Ewoks and Droids inspired comic series from Marvel's Star Comics line . [21] [22] [23]

In 1978, Pendulum Press , under their educational series Contemporary Motivators , also published a 31-page loose adaptation of Star Wars by Linda A. Cadrain and Charles Nicholas . Produced as part of a package which included an audio tape and a film strip, the comic was specifically designed for classroom use, with typeset instead of hand lettering, and vocabulary appropriate for children. [28]

Marvel's adaptation of Return of the Jedi (October 1983–January 1984) appeared in a separate, eponymous four-issue limited series [17] as well as in Marvel Super Special #27 [18] [19] and in a mass market paperback. [20]

From 1985–1987, the animated children's series Ewoks and Droids inspired comic series from Marvel's Star Comics line . [21] [22] [23]

In 1978, Pendulum Press , under their educational series Contemporary Motivators , also published a 31-page loose adaptation of Star Wars by Linda A. Cadrain and Charles Nicholas . Produced as part of a package which included an audio tape and a film strip, the comic was specifically designed for classroom use, with typeset instead of hand lettering, and vocabulary appropriate for children. [28]

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The events in Classic Star Wars take place between the first and second Star Wars films, and each issue is jam-packed with action. Our debut issue is no exception: Luke and Leia embark on a scouting mission, are pursued by Imperial troops, and fall into the clutches of a bounty hunter whose real target is Han Solo! Whew! The whole shebang is written by Archie Goodwin, drawn by Al Williamson, and colored by Steve Buccellato, with a new cover by Williamson.

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This 20-issue series reprinted Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson's Star Wars newspaper strip circa 1981-1984. Williamson provided new covers for the series. The first installment finds bounty hunter Skorr kidnapping Luke and Leia on Ord Mantell. Han plays the hero and gets lots of good lines. Script by Archie Goodwin, pencils by Al Williamson, inks by Steve Buccellato. Cover by Williamson. Cover price $2.50.

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Han, Leia, Luke, and the gang escape bounty hunter Skorr and come across an apparent Imperial traitor. Darth Vader takes part in trying to capture the Falcon and its crew. Script by Archie Goodwin, pencils by Al Williamson, inks by Steve Buccellato. Cover by Williamson. Contains Dr. Giggles poster centerfold. Cover price $2.50.

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