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[A Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far, Far Away...]
Events that occur after Episode IV: A New Hope.

Hardback Graphic Novel
Published as Doctor Aphra.
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Doctor Aphra
COMIC STORIES
Kieron Gillen,‎ Jason Aaron,‎ Kev Walker,‎ Marco Checcetto,‎ Salvador Larroca et al.
Marvel

Story published as:
Hardback Graphic Novel (2018)

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Synopsis:
Rogue archaeologist Doctor Aphra barely escaped Darth Vader's wrath. If the Dark Lord of the Sith ever learns that she still lives, he'll hunt her to the ends of the galaxy. But for now, it's time for a return to what Aphra does best! With killer droids Triple-Zero and BeeTee-One in tow, she's off in search of the rarest of artifacts - as long as she can stay one step ahead of the Empire, bounty hunters...and just about everyone else! But soon, archaeologist and rebel pilot stand side-by-side when Aphra persuades Luke Skywalker to join her in a journey to the heart of the Screaming Citadel! What secret are they after? And when word gets out, can Han and Leia be far behind them?

This book collects the following comic stories:


Chronology:
These stories occur between Episode IV: A New Hope and Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.

Related Stories (in chronological order):

  • A New Hope
  • Aphra
  • Screaming Citadel
  • The Empire Strikes Back


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