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The original comic adaptation of the greatest space-fantasy film of all is remastered for the modern age with all-new coloring by Chris Sotomayor! Weeks before George Lucas' first STAR WARS film hit theatres, Marvel gave fans their first look at Luke Skywalker, boldly asking: "Will he save the galaxy, or destroy it?" You may know the answer, but that doesn't spoil the funThe original comic adaptation of the greatest space-fantasy film of all is remastered for the modern age with all-new coloring by Chris Sotomayor! Weeks before George Lucas' first STAR WARS film hit theatres, Marvel gave fans their first look at Luke Skywalker, boldly asking: "Will he save the galaxy, or destroy it?" You may know the answer, but that doesn't spoil the fun of seeing STAR WARS: EPISODE IV - A NEW HOPE like never before...including scenes that never made the silver screen! When Princess Leia is taken prisoner, Luke, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Han Solo, Chewbacca, C-3PO and R2-D2 ride to the rescue and take on Darth Vader in his awesome Death Star. It's six against a galaxy - one that's far, far away and a long time ago! May the Force be with you, in the mighty Marvel manner! COLLECTING: Star Wars (1977) 1-6 (remastered)...

Title : Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope
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ISBN : 9780785193494
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 128 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope Reviews

  • Julie
    2019-03-17 23:54

    This is the reprinted edition of the original comic adaptation of Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope. I actually own a few of the issues but hadn't read them (I'm not sure I own #1 so I hadn't bothered with the others). The artwork was pretty off-putting at first - which is mostly just a product of the time it was made and what comic artwork looked like in general. It grew on me, though, and good grief - by the end of the comic I was just as sucked into the story as I get with the movie.It is fascinating tracing how some little details got changed. I really can't believe they put the comic out before the movie actually hit theaters. There are some names or story details that are different because the comic was based on a slightly earlier version of the script. I love these little tidbits - like you're seeing a bit of history forming.I'd definitely read more of the original Marvel comics. I think they've all been reprinted so it should be easy to find.

  • Anna
    2019-03-05 23:54

    3.5

  • Trey Nowell
    2019-03-02 01:38

    Some interesting differences in dialogue and sequences, a few I liked, but preferred usually the original events.