Star Wars Omnibus: A Long Time Ago...., Vol. 4

Star Wars Omnibus A Long Time Ago Vol This volume collects over five hundred pages of Star Wars adventures from the classic era of the original films Luke Skywalker and his Rebel friends battle the oppressive Empire in stories set shortly

  • Title: Star Wars Omnibus: A Long Time Ago...., Vol. 4
  • Author: Archie Goodwin Mary Jo Duffy David Michelinie Gene Day Ron Frenz Kerry Gammill Klaus Janson M. Hands
  • ISBN: 9781595826404
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Paperback
  • This volume collects over five hundred pages of Star Wars adventures from the classic era of the original films Luke Skywalker and his Rebel friends battle the oppressive Empire in stories set shortly before and after the galaxy s restoration to a New Republic in Return of the Jedi.This volume collects Marvel Comics Star Wars 68 85, as well as the original four issue aThis volume collects over five hundred pages of Star Wars adventures from the classic era of the original films Luke Skywalker and his Rebel friends battle the oppressive Empire in stories set shortly before and after the galaxy s restoration to a New Republic in Return of the Jedi.This volume collects Marvel Comics Star Wars 68 85, as well as the original four issue adaptation of Star Wars Return of the Jedi

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    One thought on “Star Wars Omnibus: A Long Time Ago...., Vol. 4

    1. Ivy

      5 starsNice to know more about what happened during Return of the Jedi. Also nice to see everyone again. Funny that they made Drebble again. Can't wait to read A Long Time Ago Volume 5!!!!!!

    2. Jedi Sunni

      #68 The search begins: The title says it all as our traditional Star Wars cast set out to find the where abouts of their beloved friend Han Solo. In this story we follow the brave Princesses Leia to the planet of Mandalore. There they find a bounty hunter I am very intrigued by. I was also happy to see a mandalorian in general and get some of the plants back story. Overall I rate this issue a 4.5 out out of 5.0.#69 Death in the city of bone: This was a solid story with plenty of great action. I [...]

    3. Jaime Krause

      The art is detailed and the color is very good. I feel like these Marvel comics have a better quality than prior ones.Luke brandishes his lightsaber a bit too often, in my opinion, though.It's spectacular too - there are only TWO mentions of an event occurring in a past issue, and they were different, non-recursive issues. Here are some things that happen and my thoughts, but they're not a near play-by-play review like I normally put out.68. The Search BeginsLeia and Lando are on a world with sl [...]

    4. MC

      The comics collected in Star Wars Omnibus: A Long Time Ago Volume Four have the distinction of being the first time that anyone envisioned a post-Return of the Jedi storyline. And at first, it is quite clumsy, to say the least. Near the end of the collected issues therein, Marvel Comics four-issue special adaptation of Return of the Jedi takes place, and then. meandering. That's really the best way I can describe the issues directly afterwards. The later comics collected in the fifth volume, whi [...]

    5. Matt

      Glad all the old Marvel comics were collected in Dark Horse's Omnibus format before the license went back to Marvel. With what Marvel is going to charge for the reprinted "Legends" comics I don't think these vintage comics will be worth purchasing in the future.The stories are a little strange and the art isn't great, but they probably kept many fans entertained while they waited between movies. I always assumed that the majority of the old Marvel comics took place before the original Star Wars. [...]

    6. Joseph

      Much better. They tied up their story that they had going with trying to rescue Han. It was sort of a mess still because of the gap between the movies and the fact that a major character was basically captured. So they were stuck on the story line, which at times wasn't very good.Then had the Return of the Jedi 4 part comic. Although I was really disappointed and sort of dumbfounded that the issue right after Return they went back to Tatooine. Well Han ran off there to look for work because he n [...]

    7. Grant

      Another nostaligic trip. One can see the editors and writers struggling with first the question of what do do between ESB and ROJ - how many side trips can our heroes make before they get to Tatooine to resecue Han Solo? - and then after ROJ - didn't the good guys win? Still and all, it's fun to reread stories one used to have to wait for month by month.

    8. Michael

      My favorite volume of the classic Marvel Star Wars omnibus collections. This one covers the period leading up to and including Return of the Jedi, and includes some of the best stories and art that they did. Happy childhood memories come flooding back with each page.

    9. Daniel Rose

      The comic books leading upto Return of the Jedi and just following it give a lot of good background that I feel is important to someone who actually care's about all the in's and out's of the star wars back stories.

    10. Julia S

      AWESOME! Adventures of Luke, leia, chewie, r2d2, see threepio, while han solo is trapped in carbonite. And then, complete story of return of the jedi!

    11. Richard Evey jr.

      An interesting read as always. They're bringing in characters, events, and places from earlier books as part of the ongoing story. Marvel put real effort in to this series.

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