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  • Variant cover art by Dave Dorman
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  • 1st official appearance of Leatherface in a comic book
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  • Three-issue adaptation of the 1985 movie
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  • First Star Wars comic book published by Dark Horse
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  • Variant cover with gold foil
  • Advertisement of Todd McFarlane's Spawn
  • Limited to 10,000 copies
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  • 1st appearance of Timecop
  • Double foldout cover featuring Predator and RoboCop
  • First published artwork in comics by John Paul Leon, interior
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  • Rebirth of Emperor Palpatine AKA Darth Sidious
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  • 1st appearance of Ghost (Elisa Cameron)
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  • 1st appearance of Barb Wire
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  • 5-issue miniseries that explores the Star Wars universe 4,000 years before the original 1978 film
  • Introduction of the Knights of the Old Republic timeline
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  • One-shot story pitting Godzilla against basketball player Charles Barkley
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  • 1st appearance of Nomi Sunrider, a Jedi Master
  • 1st appearance of Vima Sunrider, a Jedi Master, daughter of Nomi
  • There is an 8-page preview of this issue published in Dark Horse Comics #7 published 10 months earlier
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  • 1st cameo appearance of King Adas*, an overlord of the Sith planet Korriban and the first to use the title Sith'ari
  • *this appearance is questionable and more of a theory by Star Wars fans. The character pictured in this issue was not intended to be the first Sith but in a reference guide called Book of Sith: Secrets from the Dark Side (that was packaged inside of a Holocron), an explanation and accompanying image led fans to speculate that this was Adas
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  • 1st appearance of the Solo twins, Jacen and Jaina, the first born children of Han and Leia
  • Later Jacen Solo becomes Darth Cadeus
  • Jacen Solo is no longer a canon character in the Star Wars continuity but Kylo Ren shared many similarities with Jacen including his lineage, embracing the Dark Side and changing his name
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  • 176-page hardcover, limited to 1,000 copies
  • Collects Star Wars: Dark Empire (1994) #1 - #6
  • Leather bound with matching slipcase, gold-edged pages and signed/numbered
  • Original retail price: $99.99
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  • Wedge Antilles is a combat-hardened X-Wing pilot, one of the only fliers to survive the missions against both Death Stars
  • [December 2020 - a Rogue Squadron Disney+ series is confirmed with Patty Jenkins directing]
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  • Newsstand edition, UPC/barcode in lower left corner
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  • 1st appearance of Kir Kanos, a former member of Palpatine's Royal Guard who later took the name Kenix Kil as a bounty hunter
  • 1st appearance of Carnor Jax, a former member of the Royal Guard who proclaimed himself a Dark Lord of the Sith
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  • Painted back cover art by Dave Dorman
  • Composition inspired by the 1981 movie Raiders of the Lost Ark with Boba Fett replacing Indiana Jones, saving Marion Ravenwood
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  • Reprint of Star Wars: Crimson Empire #6 (1997 series)
  • Included in the Hasbro Comic Packs with Kir Kanos and Conor Jax action figures
  • *value reflects the sales of a sealed pack with action figures
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  • Reprint of Star Wars: Dark Empire II #1 (1994 series)
  • Included in the Hasbro Comic Packs with Emperor Palpatine and Luke Skywalker action figures
  • *value reflects the sales of a sealed pack with action figures
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  • Variant cover art by Dave Dorman, limited to 1,000 copies
  • Diamond Distributors retail exclusive