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

Paperback Graphic Novel
Published as Chewbacca.
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[things from another world]


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Hardback Graphic Novel
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Heroes for a New Hope

Comic & e-Comic Book Series
Published October thru December 2015
as Chewbacca #1, #2, #3, #4 & #5
by Marvel:

Issue #1Issue #2

Issue #3Issue #4

Issue #5

Gerry Duggan, Phil Noto et al.

Comic story published as:
Comic Book Series (2015)
e-Comic Book Series (2015)
Paperback Graphic Novel (2016)
Digital Graphic Novel (2016)
Hardback Graphic Novel (2016)

Story also published as:
Children's 8x8 Storybook (2018)

If you have read this book, please rate it:
1 review [Review score: 4 / 5]

After the battle of Yavin, Chewbacca is on his own when he crash lands his ship on an Imperial occupied planet. Now stranded, Chewie finds himself caught in the middle of trying to return to the rebellion and helping a young and feisty girl in need.

This story occurs after Episode IV: A New Hope.

Related Stories (in chronological order):

  • A New Hope
  • Chewbacca

Review by Darth Kondorr, Poland, 2016:

"This also is nothing mind blowing... just another story of an rather coincidental and unintentional hero, who actually was trying to be a hero somewhere else. I liked the energy between the main characters, but it reminded me too much of the chemistry between Chewie and Han. The story is so stand alone that it would not conflict with either the old or the new canon. The art is actually quite good and the way the dialogue is presented is also very true to the big screen.
Definetly not a must read, but a nice one."

Rating: 4 / 5

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