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Dark Empire was a series of comic books written by Tom Veitch and illustrated by Cam Kennedy . They were originally released by Dark Horse Comics between December 1991 and October 1992 as a 6-issue bi-monthly series, which were later compiled and sold as trade paperback. The name generally applies to both the original Dark Empire , as well as its two sequels Dark Empire II and Empire's End . All three comic series detailed the resurrection of Emperor Palpatine in clone bodies.

Six years after the Battle of Endor , the fight for freedom rages on. Darth Vader is dead, but a reborn Empire —under a mysterious new leader —strikes back at the struggling Rebel Alliance . Massive World Devastators , more powerful and unstoppable than the Death Star , ravage entire planets , while the ruthless heirs of Jabba the Hutt place a monumental price on the heads of Princess Leia and her husband, Han Solo . Along with Lando , Chewbacca , Artoo , Threepio , and other old allies, Han and Leia struggle to protect the future for their unborn child . But their greatest foe may be their closest friend: Luke Skywalker …

Dark Empire is a Star Wars comic book metaseries produced by Dark Horse Comics . It consists of a six-issue limited series written by Tom Veitch and drawn by Cam Kennedy ( Dark Empire I ), followed by a second six-issue limited series by Veitch and Kennedy ( Dark Empire II ) and a two-issue limited series written by Veitch and drawn by Jim Baikie ( Empire's End ). Dark Empire in particular, is notable for being one of the very first Star Wars comics to be produced by Dark Horse Comics, who had acquired the comic rights to the Star Wars franchise in the early 1990s.

The Dark Empire I story was originally developed by Tom Veitch and Cam Kennedy for Marvel Comics . After difficulties with Marvel, the project was picked up by Dark Horse Comics. [1]

Dark Empire I was a six-issue limited series published bimonthly in 1991 and 1992 , Dark Empire II was also a six-issue limited series published from 1994 to 1995 and Empire's End , two-issue limited series published in 1995. All three series, plus a sourcebook, would be combined in a hardbound omnibus in 2010.

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Dark Empire was a series of comic books written by Tom Veitch and illustrated by Cam Kennedy . They were originally released by Dark Horse Comics between December 1991 and October 1992 as a 6-issue bi-monthly series, which were later compiled and sold as trade paperback. The name generally applies to both the original Dark Empire , as well as its two sequels Dark Empire II and Empire's End . All three comic series detailed the resurrection of Emperor Palpatine in clone bodies.

Six years after the Battle of Endor , the fight for freedom rages on. Darth Vader is dead, but a reborn Empire —under a mysterious new leader —strikes back at the struggling Rebel Alliance . Massive World Devastators , more powerful and unstoppable than the Death Star , ravage entire planets , while the ruthless heirs of Jabba the Hutt place a monumental price on the heads of Princess Leia and her husband, Han Solo . Along with Lando , Chewbacca , Artoo , Threepio , and other old allies, Han and Leia struggle to protect the future for their unborn child . But their greatest foe may be their closest friend: Luke Skywalker …

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Dark Empire was a series of comic books written by Tom Veitch and illustrated by Cam Kennedy . They were originally released by Dark Horse Comics between December 1991 and October 1992 as a 6-issue bi-monthly series, which were later compiled and sold as trade paperback. The name generally applies to both the original Dark Empire , as well as its two sequels Dark Empire II and Empire's End . All three comic series detailed the resurrection of Emperor Palpatine in clone bodies.

Six years after the Battle of Endor , the fight for freedom rages on. Darth Vader is dead, but a reborn Empire —under a mysterious new leader —strikes back at the struggling Rebel Alliance . Massive World Devastators , more powerful and unstoppable than the Death Star , ravage entire planets , while the ruthless heirs of Jabba the Hutt place a monumental price on the heads of Princess Leia and her husband, Han Solo . Along with Lando , Chewbacca , Artoo , Threepio , and other old allies, Han and Leia struggle to protect the future for their unborn child . But their greatest foe may be their closest friend: Luke Skywalker …

Dark Empire is a Star Wars comic book metaseries produced by Dark Horse Comics . It consists of a six-issue limited series written by Tom Veitch and drawn by Cam Kennedy ( Dark Empire I ), followed by a second six-issue limited series by Veitch and Kennedy ( Dark Empire II ) and a two-issue limited series written by Veitch and drawn by Jim Baikie ( Empire's End ). Dark Empire in particular, is notable for being one of the very first Star Wars comics to be produced by Dark Horse Comics, who had acquired the comic rights to the Star Wars franchise in the early 1990s.

The Dark Empire I story was originally developed by Tom Veitch and Cam Kennedy for Marvel Comics . After difficulties with Marvel, the project was picked up by Dark Horse Comics. [1]

Dark Empire I was a six-issue limited series published bimonthly in 1991 and 1992 , Dark Empire II was also a six-issue limited series published from 1994 to 1995 and Empire's End , two-issue limited series published in 1995. All three series, plus a sourcebook, would be combined in a hardbound omnibus in 2010.

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