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scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 03:29 PM
Disney buys Lucasfilm... More Star Wars movies to come

http://www.deadline.com/2012/10/disney-acquires-lucasfilm-star-wars-creator/

Raskolnikov
10-30-2012, 03:31 PM
Beat me to it - huge breaking news. Outta control.

Wonder what this means re: the old ones. Will they be able to release 4-6 on blu-ray without Lucas and his "revisions"?

Furthermore: what do you think the odds are that even Disney can make a better movie than The Phantom Menace?

TuralyonW3
10-30-2012, 03:34 PM
Will ford fisher and Hami be involved is the ?

redbreegull
10-30-2012, 03:36 PM
someone shoot me in the fucking face please

scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 03:44 PM
...with a giant load

scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 03:47 PM
Lucas was sole owner of Lucasfilms. I wonder if this includes the gaming and TV divisions, which were the only real active parts of his business in the past few years.

Kind of shocked about this. Lucas has always swore he'd never again allow a studio to control his films.

killtrocity
10-30-2012, 03:47 PM
Honestly, the prequels were kind of like Disney films anyway. Poor George sold his baby. I wonder how Disney will adhere to the established lore and what this means for the hardcore nerds. Again though, the cartoons kind of fucked with the lore already - resurrecting Darth Maul? never shoulda killed him in the first place. The Force Unleashed? Jesus... It's like Star Wars is too big to be controlled by a single man anymore.

scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 03:49 PM
there have been plans for years to do a live action television series. rumors were that there were storylines written for several seasons worth of episodes. it never seemed to get off the ground, though.

scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 03:50 PM
Seeing Episode 1 for the first time was like my first listen to Zeitgeist. Halfway through both of them I started to wish i could rewind time and pretend neither had ever been made

redbreegull
10-30-2012, 03:51 PM
there have been plans for years to do a live action television series. rumors were that there were storylines written for several seasons worth of episodes. it never seemed to get off the ground, though.

yeah, Lucas said he planned to do this like a decade ago, but then just within the last two years or so he said Star Wars was completely over with and he would never do anything else in the franchise.

Star Wars already has several tiers of recognized "canon," so I'm sure this will just add another level to that nonsense

killtrocity
10-30-2012, 03:53 PM
yeah I was 10 when that came out, so I loved Episode I.

scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 03:59 PM
I used to be a hardcore boarder on theforce.net boards.... all the way back to the very beginning of that website. As strange as netphoria is or has ever been, that the SW fan scene is some of the weirdest shit i've ever been witness to online.

killtrocity
10-30-2012, 04:07 PM
haha TFN... forgot about that place. Did you ever go to Killer Movie Forums?

scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 04:13 PM
No. I made a deal with myself not to let my SW obsession bleed into other boards. Although, there was a small group of us at TFN who created an invite only board about 10 yrs ago after the site admins kept locking an ongoing mega thread that we had started. The sole purpose of the secret board was so we could all all log in at night and get wasted. sort of like the gen board in here.

redbreegull
10-30-2012, 04:14 PM
yeah I loved Ep 1 when it came out as well (I was 9). Sebulba was fucking cool in 1999. I didn't really become disillusioned until after all the prequels were done and I could admit to myself that they are balls

Banana
10-30-2012, 04:17 PM
Hopefully it's not as brainless and stupid as The Avengers movie or any of the other Marvel movies.

Catherine Wheel
10-30-2012, 04:23 PM
Hopefully it's not as brainless and stupid as The Avengers movie or any of the other Marvel movies.

Have you seen the trailer for Iron Man 3? Looks like a big improvement over the last one.

scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 04:23 PM
a piece I wrote for GloriousNoise.com the year the last Star Wars film was released.

http://gloriousnoise.com/2005/revenge_of_the_blue_yoda_socie

When The Phantom Menace opened 16 years to the day after Return Of The Jedi, I was married, had a mortgage and was in a perfect position to get clobbered. The pre-hype run-up to the movie had caught me off guard. I got into the spoiler hunt. I spent hours online at theforce.net arguing with other geeks, a passion which also led me to other obscure online associations, such as The Blue Yoda Society. At work I started doodling Tie Fighters and Storm Troopers on my Power Point Presentations during meetings. When Toys R Us rolled out the first toys in the Phantom Menace line, my friend Jake [Um, Jake who? - ed.] and I were there, digging through the mountain of Kenner shit looking for the “rare” action figures. My life had degenerated and I was living in the 3rd grade all over again. Except now I had the money to buy what I used to have to beg for. I was a God damn mess.

I managed to get passes to an early screening of Menace. Jake and I drove across the state to Pontiac, Michigan. It was a pilgrimage of sorts. Alas, The Phantom Menace sucked ass. Although I went on defending the film for years, it was an enormous disappointment. Within a few weeks I’d given up on the every expanding line of new Star Wars toys. And although I took my mother to see the film over Memorial Day weekend (as we had every single other Star Wars film in years past), the experience fell flat. I came to realize that the expectations of childhood and the fantasy life of my younger years didn’t fit in my adult life. It was a marketing ploy, a let down, a great big joke punctuated by “Jar Jar’s Big Adventure.”

scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 04:23 PM
Have you seen the trailer for Iron Man 3? Looks like a big improvement over the last one.

there is no way that The Mandarin is not going to suck

Catherine Wheel
10-30-2012, 04:37 PM
Why do you think Mandarin is going to suck? Because he has supernatural powers unlike all the other Iron Man villains so far? Or because the actor who is playing him isn't oriental like the character?

Order 66
10-30-2012, 04:38 PM
i was actually hoping there'd be an episode 7. simply because Return of the Jedi was a lame way to end everything. i thought star wars could use a nice epilogue

but selling it to disney? even more movies? obviously not what i had in mind, and it sets open a nerd's pandora's box for everything that could go wrong. but... i am kinda sorta optimistic... i'm one of the weird few who actually enjoyed the prequels for what they were (at least episodes 2&3).. i dont think they 'raped my childhood' or anything. but then again star wars was never a big presence in my childhood to begin with

redbreegull
10-30-2012, 04:44 PM
Why do you think Mandarin is going to suck? Because he has supernatural powers unlike all the other Iron Man villains so far? Or because the actor who is playing him isn't oriental like the character?

people are asian, oriental is not an appropriate adjective for humans :)

i was actually hoping there'd be an episode 7. simply because Return of the Jedi was a lame way to end everything. i thought star wars could used a nice epilogue


I wonder if they will just ignore all the literature that tried to fill in the story post-ROTJ or if they will just make up new characters or what

scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 04:50 PM
Why do you think Mandarin is going to suck? Because he has supernatural powers unlike all the other Iron Man villains so far? Or because the actor who is playing him isn't oriental like the character?

it'll suck because it's a racist character, and the film studio won't be able to make his depiction PC and still interesting at the same time. I realize that it's Ironman's nemisis from the original comics, but it's probably best to leave it alone for the films.

scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 04:51 PM
del

Order 66
10-30-2012, 04:54 PM
I wonder if they will just ignore all the literature that tried to fill in the story post-ROTJ or if they will just make up new characters or what

yeah that's the goofiest thing about it really. there already is a sequel trilogy written (the thrawn trilogy) and it's critically acclaimed by fans. it'd be kind of tacky to just ignore it, i think they should at least try to incorporate some of the story elements in there. but whatevs

Order 66
10-30-2012, 04:57 PM
more likely i'm betting episode 7 will take place far in the future though. i think that was the word once rumors about this started last summer

redbull
10-30-2012, 04:58 PM
yeah that's the goofiest thing about it really. there already is a sequel trilogy written (the thrawn trilogy) and it's critically acclaimed by fans. it'd be kind of tacky to just ignore it, i think they should at least try to incorporate some of the story elements in there. but whatevs

I was gonna say, I would fucking love if they did the thrawn trilogy for these movies. and yeah, the EU canon is a nightmare, possibly worse than star trek before they nuked it all

AndySlash
10-30-2012, 05:09 PM
i'm one of the weird few who actually enjoyed the prequels for what they were (at least episodes 2&3)

i still think phantom menace was better than attack of the clones

Order 66
10-30-2012, 05:20 PM
attack of the clones had some pacing issues. and the infamous love scenes

but i think people don't really 'understand' the prequels. its supposed to be about a kid with a promising future who ends up evil, and it did it a competent job of that. it was never meant to be 'star wars 2'

scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 05:39 PM
Just saw a statement from Lucas saying that there will be 3 more films. And Lucas will not be directly involved beyond the story lines. He will not write or direct the next three films.

AndySlash
10-30-2012, 05:53 PM
attack of the clones had some pacing issues. and the infamous love scenes

my favorite scene is amidala falling out of the ship onto the dune, rolling down the sand knocked the fuck out. a trooper approaches and asks if she's ok, to which she gets up like nothing happened.

redbreegull
10-30-2012, 05:57 PM
Lucas has previously written off everything outside the movies, saying something along the lines of, "Those things don't take place in my universe," so the canon is gonna be way fucked now. For the prequels he was totally inconsistent in ideas he borrowed from literature and other sources that came out between the two trilogies versus ideas he totally ignored.

the only positive thing that could come out of this is possible seeing Boba Fett climb out of the Sarlaac (sp?) Pit

scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 06:02 PM
My bet is that the third trilogy is set after the events of ROTJ. That was always the scenario that Lucas had outlined. He has commented over the years that the original trilogy was the middle part of the story.

scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 06:05 PM
I don't think fans can resonably expect all the different forms of entertainment media to strictly follow the film cannon. It's too restrictive.

Lucas allowed it to drift as early as the late 70s when the first comics were written.

Not to mention the old Christmas special.

reprise85
10-30-2012, 06:22 PM
star wars sucks

killtrocity
10-30-2012, 07:50 PM
people are asian, oriental is not an appropriate adjective for humans :)



I wonder if they will just ignore all the literature that tried to fill in the story post-ROTJ or if they will just make up new characters or what

This is my main question. There is tons of good material in the books. Will they incorporate Luke's Jedi Academy and the Solo children? I bet Mark Hamill has nothing better to do.

killtrocity
10-30-2012, 07:59 PM
Just saw a statement from Lucas saying that there will be 3 more films. And Lucas will not be directly involved beyond the story lines. He will not write or direct the next three films.

Now I'm very, very excited. I'm beginning to think the original was a fluke and Empire was the best for a reason:

Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
Directed by
Irvin Kershner

Writing credits
Leigh Brackett (screenplay) and
Lawrence Kasdan (screenplay)

George Lucas (story)

Order 66
10-30-2012, 08:01 PM
i'd be pretty shocked if the timeline took place soon enough after RotJ where any of the (human) characters are still alive, personally

Order 66
10-30-2012, 08:05 PM
strangely i'm most curious anbout the soundtrack. john williams has to be like 90 now or something

redbreegull
10-30-2012, 08:07 PM
It will seem totally retarded if they can't at least find a way to keep the story moving forward as an unfolding timeline, like how 123 and 456 are directly connected

Order 66
10-30-2012, 08:13 PM
off the top of my head i'm assuming it'll involve the skywalker lineage. with luke or anakin or whoever appearing in their spirit form or whatever. or maybe an original character is still around as a cyborg hybrid or some off the wall shit. and it'll involve the return of the sith

killtrocity
10-30-2012, 08:14 PM
^ agreed, if they're going to focus on completely different characters, they might as well just do a TV show on ABC. As was rumored like 5-10 years ago

redbreegull
10-30-2012, 08:16 PM
I mean really just because you kill the dictator doesn't mean his empire falls apart. The insurgency has probably now turned into an all-out civil war.

redbreegull
10-30-2012, 08:17 PM
the jedi shit is all boring too, it would be better if they didn't focus on that

scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 08:19 PM
the jedi shit is all boring too, it would be better if they didn't focus on that


That makes no fucking sense. It's the foundation of the entire story and the mythology.

killtrocity
10-30-2012, 08:20 PM
http://www.hitfix.com/motion-captured/what-to-watch-for-now-that-disney-owns-lucasfilm

This guy argues pretty soundly that it will be an entirely new story.

First, I think it's a safe bet that all of your poring over your "Star Wars" expanded universe novels to figure out if he's doing the Thrawn movies or the New Jedi Order series can relax. They won't be adapting books. They mentioned today that Lucas has written treatments for three new films, and there is no way he's going to let those films say "based on a story by Timothy Zahn". Those stories exist, fans are able to enjoy them now, and simply translating them to the screen is a losing proposition on all sides. The general public has no investment in those books, and for filmmakers who become involved with the series moving forward, there's no up side to simply adapting someone else's "Star Wars" story when there is almost limitless room to invent new stories that take place in that universe and even in that continuity.


Disney dude and GL reassuring the fanbase that it's all good, man

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scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 08:25 PM
In the first series of novels from back in the 80s the story continued after ROTJ and followed Luke and Leia and the rebuilding of the Jedi order. Leia was married to Han and they had children.

redbreegull
10-30-2012, 08:26 PM
That makes no fucking sense. It's the foundation of the entire story and the mythology.

the prequels way OD'd on the jedi/sith bullshit and all the annoying, forced PADAWAN type dialogue that came with it, it was really fucking grating. There have been plenty of cool Star Wars stories that have been done outside the movies about non-Jedi, so it could definitely work. unfortunately they won't try this and we will inevitably get three more movies of MIDICHLORIAN PADAWAN DARK SIDE bullshit

redbreegull
10-30-2012, 08:26 PM
maybe I'm just too old to think this is cool anymore

scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 08:26 PM
I've always thought the novels sucked. I always preferred the comics

scottytheoneand
10-30-2012, 08:29 PM
the prequels way OD'd on the jedi/sith bullshit and all the annoying, forced PADAWAN type dialogue that came with it, it was really fucking grating. There have been plenty of cool Star Wars stories that have been done outside the movies about non-Jedi, so it could definitely work. unfortunately they won't try this and we will inevitably get three more movies of MIDICHLORIAN PADAWAN DARK SIDE bullshit

I agree that the prequels were a letdown. But the films, as long as Lucas has any say, will always involve the Jedi in some way. He always used the extended universe to tell the stories that fall outside that.

reprise85
10-30-2012, 09:02 PM
why do you guys have such a hard on for this franchise

TuralyonW3
10-30-2012, 09:04 PM
CHEWBACA IS DEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD

killtrocity
10-30-2012, 09:05 PM
There is no way they don't involve Jedi in the story. That's most of your marketability right there - lightsabers. Kids love lightsabers. Hell, so do I. They squeeze as many of the damn things as they can into pretty much every visual EU property regardless of whether it makes sense.

killtrocity
10-30-2012, 09:07 PM
reprise it's because we were little boys at one time

reprise85
10-30-2012, 09:14 PM
i didnt see them until i was 14 so i guess i just dont get it

Order 66
10-30-2012, 09:20 PM
i didn't really dig star wars either.. i thought it was just okay it wasnt a life changing event for me like with other people. but when the newer movies came out and i learned more about the mythos i got into it. but i'm not crazy into it like wearing costumes and knowing all the minor characters' backstory and everything

Order 66
10-30-2012, 09:23 PM
that said i'll prolly go into the theaters like a giddy little girl with the new movie. unless the previews are just god awful

Toast
10-30-2012, 09:25 PM
Super excited for this, I have a feeling it's gonna be awesome.

TuralyonW3
10-30-2012, 09:28 PM
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Knights of the Old Republic #24: Knights of Suffering (collected in Knights of the Old Republic: Volume Four: Daze of Hate, Knights of Suffering; Dark Horse)

Galactic Republic Defense Ministry Daily Brief #KD0092 (included exclusively in Knights of the Old Republic #24; Dark Horse)

Interference (a Hyperspace exclusive)

The Secret Journal of Doctor Demagol (a Hyperspace exclusive)

Entry #6272: In transit, again.

Knights of the Old Republic (Dark Horse)

#25–28: Vector (parts 1–4)

[Issues 25-28 collected in Vector: Volume 1]

#29–30: Exalted

[Issues 29-30 collected in Knights of the Old Republic: Volume Six: Vindication]

The Secret Journal of Doctor Demagol (a Hyperspace exclusive)

Entry #6305: Progress.

Knights of the Old Republic (Dark Horse)

#31: Turnabout

#32–35: Vindication

[Issues 31-35 collected in Knights of the Old Republic: Volume Six: Vindication]

The Secret Journal of Doctor Demagol (a Hyperspace exclusive)

Entry #6358: Ruination avoided.

Knights of the Old Republic #36–37: Prophet Motive (collected in Knights of the Old Republic: Volume Seven: Dueling Ambitions; Dark Horse)

The Secret Journal of Doctor Demagol (a Hyperspace exclusive)

Entry #6378: Success Delayed.

Knights of the Old Republic (Dark Horse)

#38: Faithful Execution

#39–41: Dueling Ambitions

[Issues 38-41 collected in Knights of the Old Republic: Volume Seven: Dueling Ambitions]

#42: Masks (collected in Knights of the Old Republic: Volume Eight: Destroyer)

The Secret Journal of Doctor Demagol (a Hyperspace exclusive)

Entry #6429: Disaster, again.

Knights of the Old Republic #43–44: The Reaping (collected in Knights of the Old Republic: Volume Eight: Destroyer; Dark Horse)

The Secret Journal of Doctor Demagol (a Hyperspace exclusive)

Entry #6447: Patience has paid off.

Knights of the Old Republic #45–46: Destroyer (collected in Knights of the Old Republic: Volume Eight: Destroyer; Dark Horse)

The Secret Journal of Doctor Demagol (a Hyperspace exclusive)

Entry #6469: They live. They all live.

Knights of the Old Republic #47: Demon (collected in Knights of the Old Republic: Volume Nine: Demon; Dark Horse)

The Secret Journal of Doctor Demagol (a Hyperspace exclusive)

Entry #6477: The last step.

Knights of the Old Republic #48–50: Demon (to page 16; page 88, trade paperback) (collected in Knights of the Old Republic: Volume Nine: Demon; Dark Horse)

The Secret Journal of Doctor Demagol (a Hyperspace exclusive)

Final Entry

Knights of the Old Republic #50: Demon (page 17‒end; page 89‒end, trade paperback) (collected in Knights of the Old Republic: Volume Nine: Demon; Dark Horse)



3962

Knights of the Old Republic: War #1-5





3960

Lost Tribe of the Sith (Del Rey/Ballantine ebook)

Purgatory

Sentinal



RPG

Onderon Cutoff (Wizards of the Coast)



3964‒3960 BBY

Galactic Timeline: Record 009: The Mandalorian Wars (swtor.com)



3959–3956 BBY

RPG

Iridonian Darkness (Wizards of the Coast)

Czerka 431 (Wizards of the Coast)

Permanent Demotion (Wizards of the Coast)

Korriban Creatures (Wizards of the Coast)

The Betrayal of Darth Revan (Wizards of the Coast)

Opportunities (Wizards of the Coast)

Part 1: Crossing Paths

Part 2: Misinformed

Part 3: Destiny Awaits



3956 BBY

Knights of the Old Republic (Lucasarts home video game)

Galactic Timeline: Record 008: The Jedi Civil War (swtor.com)



RPG

Payback (Wizards of the Coast)



3956–3951 BBY

The Old Republic: Revan (Del Rey/Ballantine)





3951 BBY

Tales #24: Unseen, Unheard (Dark Horse; collected in Tales Volume 6)

Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords (Lucasarts home video game)

The Sith Lords Chronicles (Knights of the Old Republic II website: Lucasarts)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part One: History and Holocrons: The Second Sith War

Part Three: The Reformation of Revan

Part Four: Darth Revan’s Sith Holocron



3756 BBY

Galactic Timeline: Record 007: Peace for the Republic (swtor.com)



3681 BBY

Galactic Timeline: Record 006: Onslaught of the Sith Empire (swtor.com)

The Old Republic: The Third Lesson (Insider #124; Titan)



3678 BBY

The Old Republic: Blood of the Empire (webcomic; swtor.com; Dark Horse)

Act #1: Shades of the Sith

Act #2: The Broken World

Act #3: Burn the Future

[Reprinted in The Old Republic #4-6: Blood of the Empire; Collected in The Old Republic: Volume 1: Blood of the Empire]



3671 BBY

Galactic Timeline: Record 005: The Battle of Bothawui (swtor.com)



3667 BBY

Galactic Timeline: Record 004: The Empire Changes Strategy (swtor.com)

The Old Republic: Smuggler's Vanguard (starwars.com)



3661 BBY

Galactic Timeline: Record 003: The Return of the Mandalorians (swtor.com)



3660 BBY

Galactic Timeline: Record 002: Mandalorian Blockade is Broken (swtor.com)



3653 BBY

The Old Republic: Threat of Peace (webcomic; swtor.com; Dark Horse)

Act I: Treaty of Coruscant

Act II: New Galactic Order

Act III: Uncertain Surrender

[Reprinted in The Old Republic #1-3: Threat of Peace; Collected in The Old Republic: Volume 2: Threat of Peace]

The Old Republic: Deceived (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Galactic Timeline: The Treaty of Coruscant (swtor.com)



3645 BBY

Red Harvest (Del Rey/Ballantine)



3643 BBY

The Old Republic: Fatal Alliance (Del Rey/Ballantine)



3643 ‒ 3641 BBY

The Old Republic (Lucasarts/Bioware home video game)

The Old Republic: The Lost Suns #1-5 (Dark Horse)



3032 BBY

Galactic Battlegrounds (Mission 3.1–3.3) (Lucasarts home video game)



3000 BBY

Lost Tribe of the Sith: Pantheon (Del Rey/Ballantine ebook)



2000 BBY

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part One: History and Holocrons: Darth Ruin



Circa 1500 BBY

Visionaries: Prototypes (Dark Horse)



1032 BBY

Essential Atlas Extra: The Knight Errant Gazetteer (starwars.com)

Knight Errant: Influx (a Hyperspace exclusive)

Knight Errant: Aflame #1-5 (Dark Horse)

Knight Errant (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Knight Errant: Deluge #1-5 (Dark Horse)



1010 BBY

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: Sith Lightsabers



1006 BBY

Darth Bane: Path of Destruction, a Novel of the Old Republic (Prologue) (Del Rey)



1003 BBY

Darth Bane: Path of Destruction, a Novel of the Old Republic (Part One: chapters 1– 5) (Del Rey)



Circa 1010 BBY – 1001 BBY

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Four: The Sith Code

Part Four: Sith Worlds



1002 BBY – 1000 BBY

Darkness Shared (Gamer #5: Wizards of the Coast; Hyperspace)

Darth Bane: Path of Destruction, a Novel of the Old Republic (Part One: chapter 6 – Part Two) (Del Rey)



1000 BBY

Darth Bane: Path of Destruction, a Novel of the Old Republic (Part Three) (Del Rey)

Jedi vs. Sith #1–6 (click here for detailed chronology) (Dark Horse: collected in Jedi vs. Sith and 30th Anniversary Collection)

Darth Bane: Rule of Two (Chapters 1–9) (Del Rey)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Four: The Rule of Two



Bane of the Sith (Gamer #3: Wizards of the Coast; Hyperspace)



996 BBY

Tales #17: All for You (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 5)



990 BBY

Darth Bane: Rule of Two (Chapters 10–end) (Del Rey)

Darth Bane: Dynasty of Evil (Del Rey)



700 BBY

Tales #16: Heart of Darkness (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 4)



671 BBY

Evocar (Xim Week: The Despotica: Part IV: Evocar; Hyperspace)



580 BBY

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Five: Zeison Sha

Part Five: Matukai



232 BBY

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Three: The Dark Jedi Conflict



Circa 300 to 100 BBY

Tales #17: The Apprentice (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 5)

Tales #5: Yaddle’s Tale: The One Below (flashback) (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 2)



155 – 150 BBY

Chewbacca #1: Chapter 1: Mallatobuck (flashback) (Dark Horse: collected in Chewbacca and 30th Anniversary Collection)



89 BBY

Legacy of the Jedi (chapters 1–6) (Scholastic)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: Malacia



88 BBY

Star Wars #4–6: Vow of Justice (flashback) (Dark Horse: collected in Prelude to Rebellion)



85 BBY

Yoda: Dark Rendezvous (flashback) (page 10, paragraph 6 – page 15, paragraph 5) (Del Rey)



76 BBY

Legacy of the Jedi: (Dooku and Qui-Gon Jinn: pages 1–96) (Scholastic)



73 BBY

Star Wars #0: Prelude to Rebellion (flashback) (former online comic)



72 BBY

Republic Commando: Order 66 (Chapter 1) (Del Rey/Ballantine)



67 BBY

Star Wars #4–6: Vow of Justice (Dark Horse: collected in Prelude to Rebellion)



67-65 BBY

Darth Plagueis (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part One: Enlistment

Chapter 1: The Underworld

Chapter 2: The Inner Landscape

Chapter 3: The Woebegone

Chapter 4: The Meaning of Death

Chapter 5: Homecoming

Chapter 6: The Hunter's Moon

Chapter 7: There Where They Used to Stand

Chapter 8: Victims of Their Own Device

Chapter 9: Untapped Reserves

Chapter 10: The Cycle of Violence

Chapter 11: Avatar of Mortality

Chapter 12: Seduced by the Dark Side of the Force



60 BBY

Millennium Falcon (chapter one) (Del Rey/Ballantine)



58 BBY

Jango Fett: Open Seasons #1 (flashback) (Dark Horse: collected in Jango Fett: Open Seasons and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Tales #13: Stones (flashback) (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 4)



55 BBY

Chewbacca #1: Chapter 2: Attichitcuk (flashback) (Dark Horse: collected in Chewbacca and 30th Anniversary Collection)



54 BBY

Darth Plagueis (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: Apprenticed to Power

Chapter 13: Riders on the Storm

Chapter 14: The Shape of His Shadow



53 BBY

Darth Plagueis (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: Apprenticed to Power

Chapter 15: Quantum Being

Chapter 16: Bold as Love

Chapter 17: Days of Wine and Impropriety

Chapter 18: Artful Dodging

Chapter 19: The Trials

Chapter 20: The Canted Circle

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Three: The Dark Jedi Conflict (page 134-5)





52 BBY

Jango Fett: Open Seasons #2 (flashback) (Dark Horse: collected in Jango Fett: Open Seasons and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Darth Plagueis (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: Apprenticed to Power

Chapter 21: Investiture



47 BBY

Tales #13: Survivors (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 4)



47 – 45 BBY

Tales #13: Children of the Force (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 4)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: Telekinesis



44 BBY

Tales #13: The Secret of Tet Ami (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 4)

Jedi Apprentice (Scholastic)

#1: The Rising Force

#2: The Dark Rival

#3: The Hidden Past (Scholastic)

Tales #14: Mythology (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 4)

Jedi Apprentice (Scholastic)

#4: The Mark of the Crown

#5: The Defenders of the Dead

#6: The Uncertain Path

#7: The Captive Temple

#8: The Day of Reckoning

Legacy of the Jedi: (Qui Gon Jinn and Obi Wan Kenobi: pages 97–144) (Scholastic)

Star Wars #36–39: The Stark Hyperspace War (flashback) (Dark Horse; collected in The Stark Hyperspace War)

Star Wars #42: Rite of Passage (flashback) (Dark Horse; collected in Rite of Passage)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part 2: Force Lightning



43 BBY

Jedi Apprentice (Scholastic)

#9: The Fight for Truth

#10: The Shattered Peace

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (chapter one) (Scholastic)

Tales #20: George R. Binks (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 5)

Star Wars #3: Prelude to Rebellion (flashback) (page 12) (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)



Tales #9: Hate Leads to Lollipops (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 3)



42 BBY

Tales #5: Yaddle’s Tale: The One Below (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 2)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: Telepathy



41 BBY

Jedi Apprentice (Scholastic)

#11: The Deadly Hunter

#12: The Evil Experiment

#13: The Dangerous Rescue

Special Edition: Deceptions (chapters 1–10) (Scholastic)

#14: Ties That Bind

#15: The Death of Hope

#16: The Call to Vengeance



40 BBY

Jedi Apprentice (Scholastic)

#17: The Only Witness

#18: The Threat within



39 BBY

Secrets of the Jedi (chapters 1–20) (Scholastic; collected in Legacy of the Jedi/Secrets of the Jedi omnibus)



38 BBY

Jedi Apprentice: Special Edition #2: The Followers (chapters 1–12) (Scholastic)

Qui-Gon and Obi Wan: The Aurorient Express #1–2 (Dark Horse; collected in Omnibus: Rise of the Sith)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 1) (Scholastic)



37 BBY

Qui-Gon and Obi Wan: Last Stand on Ord Mantell #1–3 (Dark Horse; collected in Omnibus: Rise of the Sith)



36 BBY

Dark Horse Presents: Annual 2000, Girls Rule: Aurra’s Song (flashback) (Dark Horse; collected in Omnibus: Rise of the Sith)



34 BBY

Jedi Quest: The Path to Truth (prologue) (Scholastic)

Jedi Quest #2 (flashback: pages 3-6) (Dark Horse)

Jango Fett: Open Seasons #3 (flashback) (Dark Horse: collected in Jango Fett: Open Seasons and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

The Monster (Gamer #2: Wizards of the Coast; Hyperspace)

Tales #14: Urchins (collected in Tales Volume 4)

Darth Plagueis (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Three: Mastery

Chapter 22: Ordinary Beings



Circa 35 – 33 BBY

Tales (Dark Horse)

#1: Life, Death and the Living Force (collected in Tales Volume 1)

#12: Once Bitten (flashback) (collected in Tales Volume 3)

#7: Jedi Chef (collected in Tales Volume 2)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: Affect Mind/Jedi Mind Trick

Part Two: Morichro

Challenge #58: The Battle for Mandalore (GDW Inc.)





#10: Nameless (collected in Tales Volume 3)



33 BBY

The Jedi Council: Acts of War #1–4 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback and Omnibus: Rise of the Sith)

Darth Plagueis (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Three: Mastery

Chapter 23: Under the Midnight Sun

Chapter 24: Sith'ari

Chapter 25: The Discreet Charm of the Meritocracy

Darth Maul: Saboteur (Del Rey e-book: collected in Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter paperback)

Star Wars #0: Prelude to Rebellion (former online comic)

Star Wars #1–6: Prelude to Rebellion (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback and Omnibus: Rise of the Sith)

Tales #3: Deal with a Demon (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 1)

Star Wars Junior: Droids Everywhere! (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (flashback) (Tenth Entry: Past and Future) (Scholastic)



38 – 32 BBY

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 2) (Scholastic)



32 BBY

Darth Plagueis (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Three: Mastery

Chapter 26: Their Baser Nature

Cloak of Deception (chapters 1–33) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Tales #5: A Summer’s Dream (collected in Tales Volume 2)

Cloak of Deception (chapters 34–end) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Jango Fett: Open Seasons #4 (flashback) (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Episode I: Queen in Disguise (Random House)

The Starfighter Trap (Gamer #1: Wizards of the Coast; Parts One, Two, and Three online)

Tales #7: Single Cell (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 2)

Galactic Battlegrounds (Mission 1) (Lucasarts home video game)

Darth Plagueis (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Three: Mastery

Chapter 27: Calibrations

Darth Maul #1–4 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback, Omnibus: Rise of the Sith and 30th Anniversary Collection)

Tales #24: Marked (collected in Tales Volume 6)

Episode I Adventures (Scholastic)

#1: Search for the Lost Jedi

#2: The Bartokk Assassins

#3: The Fury of Darth Maul

#4: Jedi Emergency

#5: The Ghostling Children

#6: The Hunt for Anakin Skywalker

#7: Capture Arawynne

#8: Trouble on Tatooine

#9: Rescue in the Core

#10: The Festival of Warriors

#11: Pirates from Beyond the Sea

#12: The Bongo Rally (chapters 1–12)

[Books 5-8 reprinted in Star Wars Adventures 7-10)

Tales #3: The Death of Captain Tarpals (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 1)

Episode I Adventures #12: The Bongo Rally (chapter 13) (Scholastic)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 3) (Scholastic)

Tales #6: Thank the Maker (flashback portions) (collected in Tales Volume 2)

A Queen's Diary (to page 21) (DK Readers)

Darth Plagueis (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Three: Mastery

Chapter 28: Chain of Command (to page 328)

Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter (Del Rey)

Darth Plagueis (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Three: Mastery

Chapter 28: Chain of Command (page 329 to end)

Episode I: Anakin’s Fate (Random House)

The Dream

Watto's Shop

Anakin's Secrets

The Jawas

The Sandcrawler

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 1) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: Anakin’s Fate (The Race) (Random House)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 2) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: Anakin’s Fate (The Space Pilot) (Random House)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (Prologue) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

RPG: Peril on Naboo (Secrets of Naboo; Wizards of the Coast)

Darth Plagueis (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Three: Mastery

Chapter 29: The Force Strikes Back (to page 342)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 3) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapters 1–2) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

Episode I Journal: Darth Maul (Entry 1–2) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala (Entry 1: Blockade) (Scholastic)

Episode I Adventures #13: Danger on Naboo (chapters 1–3) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #11)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 4) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapters 3) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

Episode I Adventures #13: Danger on Naboo (chapters 4–5) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #11)

Star Wars Junior: Jedi Escape (Scholastic)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 5) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I Adventures #13: Danger on Naboo (chapters 6–8) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #11)

Star Wars Junior: Obi-Wan's Bongo Adventure (Scholastic)

Episode I: Dangers of the Core (Random House)

Star Wars Junior: C-3PO's Big Adventure (pages 1–12) (Scholastic)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 6) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 4) (Scholastic)

The Queen’s Amulet (Chronicle Books)

Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala (Entry 2: Invasion) (Scholastic)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 7) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapters 4–5) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

Episode I Adventures #13: Danger on Naboo (chapters 9–10) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #11)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 8) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapters 6) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

A Queen's Diary (pages 22–23) (DK Readers)

Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala (Entry 3: Capture) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Darth Maul (Entry 3) (Scholastic)

Episode I Adventures #13: Danger on Naboo (chapters 11–12) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #11)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace #1 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

Episode I: Anakin Skywalker (page 1–17) (Dark Horse: collected in Episode I Adventures and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace #½ (1st tale: pages 1–2) (Wizard/Dark Horse: collected in Episode I Adventures and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Podracing Tales: The Conspirators (pages 19–22) (Starwars.com online website)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace #½ (1st tale: pages 3–4) (Wizard/Dark Horse: collected in Episode I Adventures and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Episode I: Anakin Skywalker (page 18) (Dark Horse: collected in Episode I Adventures and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Episode I Adventures #14: Podrace to Freedom (chapter 1) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #12)

Episode I: Anakin Skywalker (page 19) (Dark Horse: collected in Episode I Adventures and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Star Wars Junior: Catch That Pit Droid! (Scholastic)

Episode I: Anakin Skywalker (page 20–end) (Dark Horse: collected in Episode I Adventures and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 9) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapters 7–8) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala (Scholastic)

Entry 4: Everything New and Strange

Entry 5: Anakin

Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (Scholastic)

First Entry: I Meet an Angel

Second Entry: Magnet for Trouble

Episode I Adventures #14: Podrace to Freedom (chapters 2–4) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #12)

Episode I: Jar Jar’s Mistake (Random House)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 10) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 9) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala (Scholastic)

Entry 6: Fate is a Tangle

Entry 7: A Way Out

Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (Third Entry: Jedi Secrets) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Darth Maul (Entry 4–5) (Scholastic)

Episode I Adventures #14: Podrace to Freedom (chapter 5) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #12)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 11) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 10) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala (Entry 8: Bargains) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Darth Maul (Entry 6) (Scholastic)

Episode I Adventures #14: Podrace to Freedom (chapter 6) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #12)

Podracing Tales (Starwars.com online website)

Podracing Tales

The Saboteur

The Favorite

The Conspirators (pages 23–24)

The Amateur

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 12: to page 160) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: Queen Amidala (Dark Horse: collected in Episode I Adventures and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Podracing Tales: Day of the Boonta (Starwars.com online website)

Episode I: Anakin’s Pit Droid (pages 1–43) (Random House)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 12: page 161–end of chapter) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 11) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (Fourth Entry: We Prepare for the Race) (Scholastic)

Episode I Adventures #14: Podrace to Freedom (chapter 7) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #12)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 13) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 12) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (Fifth Entry: The Race of My Life) (Scholastic)

Episode I Adventures #14: Podrace to Freedom (chapters 8–9) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #12)

Episode I: Anakin’s Pit Droid (pages 44–end) (Random House)

Podracing Tales: The Race (Starwars.com online website)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace #2 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

Episode I: Qui Gon Jinn (Dark Horse: collected in Episode I Adventures and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace #½ (2nd tale) (Wizard/Dark Horse: collected in Episode I Adventures and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 14) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 13) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

A Queen's Diary (pages 24–27) (DK Readers)

Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala (Entry 9: The Hands of a Boy) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (Sixth Entry: The Biggest Surprise) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Darth Maul (Entry 7–8) (Scholastic)

Episode I Adventures #14: Podrace to Freedom (chapters 10–11) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #12)

Podracing Tales: The Aftermath (Starwars.com online website)

Star Wars Junior (Scholastic)

C-3PO's Big Adventure (pages 13–end)

Podrace!

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Two: to page 37, par. 4) (Scholastic)

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 15: to page 201) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 14) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (Seventh Entry: A Difficult Decision) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Darth Maul (Entry 9) (Scholastic)

Episode I Adventures #14: Podrace to Freedom (chapter 12) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #12)

Episode I: Darth Maul's Revenge (Random House)

Star Wars Junior: Sith Attack (Scholastic)

Episode I: Anakin's Race for Freedom (Random House)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 5: to page 59) (Scholastic)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Two: page 37, par. 5 – page 39, last par.) (Scholastic)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 15: page 201–end of chapter) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala (Entry 10: Some Great Evil) (Scholastic)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace #½ (4th tale) (Wizard/Dark Horse: collected in Episode I Adventures and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 16) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 15) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala (Entry 11: Queen) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (Eighth Entry: The Queen) (Scholastic)

Episode I Adventures #15: The Final Battle (chapter 1) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #13)

Episode I: Anakin to the Rescue (Random House)

Darth Plagueis (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Three: Mastery

Chapter 29: Chain of Command (page 343 to end)

Chapter 30: Taking the Future From the Now

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 17) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Two: page 40–41) (Scholastic)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 18) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapters 16–17) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala (Entry 12: Galactic Senate) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (Ninth Entry: The Future is Uncertain) (Scholastic)

Galactic Battlegrounds (Mission 2) (Lucasarts home video game)

Episode I Journal: Darth Maul (Entry 10) (Scholastic)

Episode I Adventures #15: The Final Battle (chapter 2) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #13)

Star Wars Junior: Meet the Jedi High Council (Scholastic)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 19) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 18–19) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala (Entry 13: Return) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (Tenth Entry: Past and Future) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala (Entry 14: The Alliance) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (Eleventh Entry: Another Surprise) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Darth Maul (Entry 11–12: to page 87) (Scholastic)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Two: page 42–43, last par.) (Scholastic)

Episode I Adventures #15: The Final Battle (chapters 3–5) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #13)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace #3 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 20) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I Journal: Darth Maul (Entry 12: page 88–end of chapter) (Scholastic)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 21) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 20) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (Twelfth Entry: A Greater Enemy Appears) (Scholastic)

Episode I Adventures #15: The Final Battle (chapters 6) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #13)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapters 22–23) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapters 21–22) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala (Entry 15: The Plan) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (Thirteenth Entry: The Battle) (Scholastic)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Two: page 44–47) (Scholastic)

Episode I Adventures #15: The Final Battle (chapters 7) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #13)

Galactic Battlegrounds (Mission 3.4–3.7) (Lucasarts home video game)
Battle for Theed (Wizards of the Coast Roleplaying Game: Free Sneak Preview)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 24) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace (chapter 23) (Scholastic; Collector's Edition: Borders Exclusive)

Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (Fourteenth Entry: A Bitter Triumph) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala (Entry 12: Joy and Mourning) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Darth Maul (epilogue) (Scholastic)

Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (Scholastic)

Introduction: Naboo

Time to Go

Episode I Adventures #15: The Final Battle (epilogue) (Scholastic; reprinted in Star Wars Adventures #13)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 5: page 60–end of chapter) (Scholastic)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Two: page 48–end) (Scholastic)

Darth Plagueis (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Three: Mastery

Chapter 30: Taking the Future From the Now

Prologue

Episode I: Obi Wan Kenobi (Dark Horse: collected in Episode I Adventures and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace #½ (3d tale) (Wizard/Dark Horse: collected in Episode I Adventures and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Episode I: The Phantom Menace #4 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

Star Wars Episode I Storybooks (Random House)

Watch Out, Jar Jar!

I Am a Jedi

I Am a Droid

I Am a Pilot

I Am a Queen

A Queen's Diary (pages 28–end) (DK Readers)

Star Wars Junior (Scholastic)

Droid to the Rescue

General Jar Jar

Gungan Trouble!

Save Naboo!

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace #1–2 (Manga) (Dark Horse)

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace PhotoComic (Dark Horse)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part One: History and Holocrons: Return of the Sith

Darth Plagueis (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Epilogue

Starfighter (Lucasarts Home Video Game)

Starfighter: Crossbones #1-3 (flashback on pages 6–8) (Dark Horse; collected in Omnibus: Menace Revealed)

The Bounty Hunters: Aurra Sing (Dark Horse: collected in Bounty Hunters)

Episode I: The Gungan Frontier (Lucasarts home video game)

Tales (Dark Horse)

#2: Incident at Horn Station

#8: Bad Business

#21–24: Nomad, Chapters One to Four

[Issue #2 collected in Tales Volume 1; Issue 8 collected in Tales Volume 2; Issues 21-24 collected in Tales Volume 6]

Star Wars #7: Outlander (Dark Horse: collected in Outlander and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Six: Arrival at the Jedi Temple

Star Wars #8–12: Outlander (Dark Horse: collected in Outlander and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Bounty Hunter (Lucasarts home video game)

Jango Fett: Open Seasons #1–4 (Dark Horse: collected in Jango Fett: Open Seasons and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: The Force as a Source of Energy (pages 90-1)

Part Three: The Conversion of Count Dooku



Tales (Dark Horse)

#7: Force Fiction

#24: Fett Club

[Issue 7 collected in Tales Volume 2; Issue 8 collected in Tales Volume 6]



31 BBY

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: Illustrious Lightsabers (pages 103-4)

Star Wars #13: Emissaries to Malastare (pages 1–15) (Dark Horse: collected in Emissaries to Malastare and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Three: to page 54) (Scholastic)

Star Wars #13: Emissaries to Malastare (pages 16–end) (Dark Horse: collected in Emissaries to Malastare and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Three: page 55–end) (Scholastic)

Star Wars (Dark Horse)

#14–18: Emissaries to Malastare

[Issues 13-18 collected in Emissaries to Malastare and Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins]

#19–22: Twilight

[Issues 19-22 collected in Twilight]

Star Wars (Dark Horse)

#23–26: Infinity’s End

#27: Star Crash

[Issue #27 collected in Omnibus: Menace Revealed]

Attack of the Clones: Anakin: Apprentice (flashback) (Random House)

Chapter 2: Remembering

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: The Seven Forms

Part Two: The Marks of Contact



30 BBY

Star Wars #28-31: The Hunt for Aurra Sing (Dark Horse: collected in The Hunt for Aurra Sing and Omnibus: Menace Revealed)

Dark Horse Extra #35-37: Heart of Fire (collected in Omnibus: Menace Revealed)

Star Wars (Dark Horse)

#32–35: Darkness

#36–39: The Stark Hyperspace War

#40–41: The Devaronian Version

[Issues 32-35 collected in Darkness; Issues 36-39 collected in The Stark Hyperspace War]

Attack of the Clones: Anakin: Apprentice (flashback) (Random House)

Chapter 3: Droid on the Rampage

Deep Spoilers (Gamer #4: Wizards of the Coast; Hyperspace)

Republic Commando: Triple Zero (chapter 1: to page 20; SFBC: to page 267) (Del Rey)



29 BBY

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Six: Jedi Training

Star Wars #42–45: Rite of Passage (Dark Horse: collected in Rite of Passage)

Jedi Apprentice: Special Edition: Deceptions (chapters 11–end) (Scholastic)

Rogue Planet: Chapter 1 (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Attack of the Clones: Anakin: Apprentice (flashback) (Random House)

Chapter 4: The Garbage Pits

Rogue Planet: Chapters 2–end (Del Rey/Ballantine)



28 BBY

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: Psychometry

Jedi Apprentice: Special Edition #2: The Followers (chapters 13 to end) (Scholastic)

Jedi Quest: Path to Truth (chapters 2–3) (Scholastic)

Attack of the Clones: Anakin: Apprentice (flashback) (Random House)

Chapter 5: Anakin's Quest

Chapter 6: The Vision

Jedi Quest: Path to Truth (chapter 4) (Scholastic)

Jedi Quest #1 (Dark Horse: collected in Omnibus: Menace Revealed)

Jedi Quest: Path to Truth (chapters 5–10) (Scholastic)

Jedi Quest #2 (Dark Horse: collected in Omnibus: Menace Revealed)

Jedi Quest: Path to Truth (chapters 11–16) (Scholastic)

Jedi Quest #3 (Dark Horse: collected in Omnibus: Menace Revealed)

Jedi Quest: Path to Truth (chapters 17–end) (Scholastic)

Jedi Quest #4 (Dark Horse: collected in Omnibus: Menace Revealed)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Six: First Mission



27 BBY
Jedi Quest (Scholastic)
#1: Way of the Apprentice

#2: The Trail of the Jedi

Outbound Flight (Del Rey)

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume One: The Paradise Snare (flashback) (Del Rey)

Chapter Two: Ylesian Dreams (page 19, par. 5 – page 22, par. 5; SFBC edition: page 21, par. 3 – page 23, par. 7)
Jango Fett (Dark Horse: also collected in 30th Anniversary Collection Volume 4)

Zam Wessel (Dark Horse: also collected in 30th Anniversary Collection Volume 4)

Dark Horse Extra #44–47: Poison Moon (collected in Omnibus: Menace Revealed)

26 BBY

Starfighter: Crossbones #1-3 (Dark Horse: collected in Omnibus: Menace Revealed)
Jedi Quest (Scholastic)
#3: The Dangerous Games

#4: The Master of Disguise



25 BBY

Attack of the Clones: Anakin: Apprentice (flashback) (Random House)

Chapter 7: A Double Life

Chapter 8: The Deadly Race

Jedi Quest #5: The School of Fear (Scholastic)

Tales: A Jedi’s Weapon (Dark Horse: Free Comic Book Day; reprinted in Tales #12; collected in Tales Volume 3)


24 BBY

Republic #46–48: Honor and Duty (Dark Horse; collected in Honor and Duty)

Jedi Quest (Scholastic)

#6: The Shadow Trap

#7: The Moment of Truth

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume One: The Paradise Snare (flashback) (Del Rey)

Chapter Two: Ylesian Dreams (page 23, par. 6 – page 27, par. 7; SFBC edition: page 24, par. 4 – page 27, par. 5)

Tales #13: Stones (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 4)

Visionaries: The Eyes of Revolution (Dark Horse)

A Traveler's Journals of Ralltiir (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 1: World of Watchers

Part 2: The Wayward Ithorian

Part 3: Exhibition

Part 4: The Ithorian and the Tiger

Part 5: The Kalmec



23 BBY
Jedi Quest (Scholastic)
#8: The Changing of the Guard
#9: The False Peace
#10: The Final Showdown

Star Wars Adventures (Scholastic)

#1: Hunt the Sun Runner

#2: The Cavern of Screaming Skulls

#3: The Hostage Princess

#4: Jango Fett vs. The Razor Eaters

#5: The Shape Shifter Strikes

#6: Warlords of Balmorra

Tales (Dark Horse)

#13: Puzzle Piece (collected in Tales Volume 4)

#18: Way of the Warrior (collected in Tales Volume 5)

Blood Ties: Jango and Boba Fett #1-4 (flashback) (Dark Horse)

Dark Horse Presents: Annual 2000, Girls Rule: Aurra’s Song (Dark Horse; collected in Omnibus: Rise of the Sith)

Clone Wars Adventures: Volume 9: Appetite for Adventure (Dark Horse)

Dining at Dex's (a Hyperspace exclusive)

Practice Makes Perfect (Hasbro/Toys ‘R’ Us Exclusive #3:Dark Horse mini-comic: collected in Omnibus: Menace Revealed)

Manga Silver: Dark Jedi (Tokyopop)



Circa 30-23 BBY

Tales #13: The Sith in the Shadow (collected in Tales Volume 4)



22 BBY

The Illustrated Star Wars Universe: Dagobah (First Week Summary to Fourth Week Summary) (Bantam)

Holonet News: Volume 531: #45–46 (Lucasfilm online content)

The Illustrated Star Wars Universe: Dagobah (Fifth Week Summary to Sixth Week Summary) (Bantam)

Holonet News: Volume 531: #47–51 (Lucasfilm online content)

Jedi Starfighter (Missions 1–6) (Lucasarts Home Video Game)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (prelude) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

The Approaching Storm (chapters 1–17) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Holonet News: Volume 531: #52–53 (Lucasfilm online content)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapters 1–2: page 20) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

The Approaching Storm (chapter 18) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Holonet News: Volume 531: #54 (Lucasfilm online content)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 2: page 21–chapter 3) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Holonet News: Volume 531: #55 (Lucasfilm online content)

Attack of the Clones: Jango Fett: Bounty Hunter (Random House)

1. Father and Son

2. A New Mission

3. Partners

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 4) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Attack of the Clones: Jango Fett: Bounty Hunter (4. The Decoy) (Random House)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapters 5–6) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Four: to page 62, par. 2) (Scholastic)
Anakin Skywalker: A Jedi’s Journal (Random House)

Manga Black: Dear Anakin (Tokyopop)

Attack of the Clones: Anakin: Apprentice (Random House)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 7) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 1) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Attack of the Clones: Jango Fett: Bounty Hunter (5. The New Plan) (Random House)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 8) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Holonet News: Volume 531: #56 (Lucasfilm online content)

Attack of the Clones: Jango Fett: Bounty Hunter (Random House)

6. Jedi Alert

7. The Chase

8. A New Hunter

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 6) (Scholastic)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Four: page 62, par. 3 – page 67, par. 4) (Scholastic)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapters 2–3) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 9–10) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 4) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones #1 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

Boba Fett #1: The Fight to Survive (chapters 1–4) (Scholastic; included in Boba Fett: Part I: Survival)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 11–12) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 5) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Bushforb, Slyther (Databank entry; Starwars.com)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 13) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 6) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Four: page 67, par. 5 – page 70, par. 3) (Scholastic)

Jedi Starfighter (Missions 7–9) (Lucasarts Home Video Game)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 14–16) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 7) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Boba Fett #1: The Fight to Survive (chapter 5) (Scholastic; included in Boba Fett: Part I: Survival)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Four: page 70, par. 4 – page 72, par. 4) (Scholastic)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 17) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 8) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 7) (Scholastic)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 18) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 9) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones #2 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

Boba Fett #1: The Fight to Survive (chapter 6) (Scholastic; included in Boba Fett: Part I: Survival)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 19–20) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 10) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Boba Fett #1: The Fight to Survive (chapters 7–9) (Scholastic; included in Boba Fett: Part I: Survival)

Asteroid Ambush (Lego Magazine May/June 2002)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 21)

Boba Fett #1: The Fight to Survive (chapter 10) (Scholastic; included in Boba Fett: Part I: Survival)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 8) (Scholastic)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 22) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 11) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones #3 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

Precipice (a Hyperspace exclusive)

Jedi Starfighter (Missions 10) (Lucasarts Home Video Game)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 23) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapters 12–13) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Four: page 70, par. 5–end) (Scholastic)

Boba Fett #1: The Fight to Survive (chapters 11–14) (Scholastic; included in Boba Fett: Part I: Survival)

Tales #14: The Lesson (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 4)

Machines of War (Hasbro/Toys ‘R’ Us Exclusive #4: Dark Horse mini-comic: collected in Omnibus: Menace Revealed)

Jedi Starfighter (Missions 11–12) (Lucasarts Home Video Game)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 24) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 14) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Attack of the Clones: Battle in the Arena (Random House)

Attack of the Clones: I am a Jedi Apprentice (Random House)

Most Precious Weapon (Hasbro/Toys ‘R’ Us Exclusive #2: Dark Horse mini-comic: collected in Omnibus: Menace Revealed)

Jedi Starfighter (Missions 13–15) (Lucasarts Home Video Game)

The Clone Wars (Geonosis: Missions 1–3) (Lucasarts home video game)

Galactic Battlegrounds: Clone Campaigns (Missions 7.1 and 8.1) (Lucasarts home video game)

Boba Fett #1: The Fight to Survive (chapter 15) (Scholastic; included in Boba Fett: Part I: Survival)

The Clone Wars: Wild Space (Chapters One–Three) (Del Rey)

Republic Commando: Zero Hour-Geonosis (Campaign 1) (Lucasarts home video game)

Republic Commando: Hard Contact (Prologue, Chapter 1) (Del Rey)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (Epilogue) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (chapter 15) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones #4 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 9) (Scholastic)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part One: History and Holocrons: The Battle of Geonosis

The Illustrated Star Wars Universe: Dagobah (Twelfth Week Summary to Thirteenth Week Summary: Final Entry) (Bantam)



Tag & Bink: Episode I: Revenge of the Clone Menace (Dark Horse; collected in Tag & Bink Were Here)

Tales (Dark Horse)

#20: Failing up with Jar Jar Binks

#20: Nobody's Perfect

[collected in Tales Volume 5]

Full of Surprises (Hasbro/Toys ‘R’ Us Exclusive #1:Dark Horse mini-comic: collected in Omnibus: Menace Revealed)



Month 1 ABG (After the Battle of Geonosis)

Boba Fett #1: The Fight to Survive (chapters 16–21) (Scholastic; included in Boba Fett: Part I: Survival)

Republic Commando: Triple Zero (chapter 1: page 21–end of chapter; SFBC: to page 267–end of chapter) (Del Rey)

Republic Emergency Broadcast System (Holonet News: 13:5:23)

Death in the Catacombs (Insider #79: Wizards of the Coast)

Elusion Illusion: A Tale of the Clone Wars (Insider #66: Wizards of the Coast; Hyperspace)

Clone Wars Adventures Volume 8: One of a Kind (Dark Horse)

Republic #72: Trackdown (flashback: pages 1–3) (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 8: The Last Siege, The Final Truth)

Boba Fett #1: The Fight to Survive (chapters 22–end) (Scholastic; included in Boba Fett: Part I: Survival)

Galactic Battlegrounds: Clone Campaigns (Lucasarts home video game)

Sev'Rance Tan Campaign: Missions 7.2–7.7

Echuu Shen-Jon Campaign: Missions 8.2–8.6

The Clone Wars (Lucasarts home video game)

Rhen Var: Mission 4

Raxus Prime: Mission 5

Boba Fett #2: Crossfire (chapters 1–8; included in Boba Fett: Part I: Survival)

The Clone Wars (Raxus Prime: Missions 6–7) (Lucasarts home video game)

Boba Fett #2: Crossfire (chapters 9–end) (Scholastic; included in Boba Fett: Part I: Survival)

Republic #49: Sacrifice (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume I: The Defense of Kamino)

The Clone Wars (Lucasarts home video game)

Alaris Prime: Missions 8–10

Rhen Var: Missions 11–12

Thule Moon: Mission 13

Thule: Missions 14–16

Boba Fett #3: Maze of Deception (Scholastic; included in Boba Fett: Part I: Survival))



Month 2 ABG

Clone Wars: Volume I: Episodes 6–7 (Cartoon Network series: Season One)

[adapted in Clone Wars Photocomic, pages 41–60: 1st half of page; Dark Horse]

Republic #50: The Defense of Kamino (Dark Horse)

Brothers in Arms

Jango's Legacy

No End in Sight

[collected as Clone Wars Volume I: The Defense of Kamino]

Boba Fett #4: Hunted (Scholastic)

Republic #51–52: The New Face of War (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 2: Victories and Sacrifices)

The Clone Wars: The Pengalan Tradeoff (Insider #65: Wizards of the Coast; Hyperspace)



Month 3 ABG

The Clone Wars: The League of Spies (Insider #73: Wizards of the Coast; Hyperspace)

Republic Commando: Hard Contact (Chapter 2–end) (Del Rey)

Republic #53: Blast Radius (flashback) (Dark Horse: collected as Clone Wars Volume 2: Victories and Sacrifices)

Jedi: Mace Windu: Schism (Dark Horse: collected as Clone Wars Volume I: The Defense of Kamino)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: Vaapad

Clone Wars Adventures: Volume 8: Old Scores (Dark Horse)

Clone Wars Adventures: Volume 10: Graduation Day (Dark Horse)



Month 4 ABG

Omega Squad: Targets (included in Republic Commando: Triple Zero; Insider #81: Wizards of the Coast)

Tales #14: Tides of Terror (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 4)

Republic #53: Blast Radius (Dark Horse: collected as Clone Wars Volume 2: Victories and Sacrifices)

Storm Fleet Warnings (Hasbro Short Story Collection: Paizo Publishing)

Duel (Hasbro Short Story Collection: Paizo Publishing)

The New Droid Army (Lucasarts home video game)

Clone Wars: Volume I: Episodes 1–5 (Cartoon Network series: Season One)

[adapted in Clone Wars Photocomic, pages 8–40; Dark Horse]

Clone Wars Adventures: Volume 1: Fierce Currents (Dark Horse)

Clone Wars: Volume I: Episodes 12–16 (Cartoon Network series: Season Two)

Clone Wars: Volume I: Episodes 8–10 (Cartoon Network series: Season One)

[adapted in Clone Wars Photocomic, pages 60: 2nd half of page–end; Dark Horse]

Clone Wars: Volume I (Cartoon Network series: Season Two)

Episode 11

Episodes 17–20

Clone Wars: Volume II: Episode 21 (first segment) (Cartoon Network series: Season Three)

Clone Wars Adventures (Dark Horse)

Volume 3:

Rogue's Gallery

Volume1:

Blind Force

Heavy Metal Jedi

Volume 2:

Hide in Plain Sight (reprints Clone Wars Adventures: Free Comic Book Day)

Run Mace Run

Skywalkers (flashback)

Volume 3:

The Package

A Stranger in Town

One Battle

Volume 7:

Spy Girl

This Precious Shining

Volume 8:

Versus

Pathways

Volume 9:

Life Below

No Way Out

Volume 10:

Chain of Command

Waiting

Tales #17: Dark Journey (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 5)



Clone Wars: Volume II: episode 21 (second segment) (Cartoon Network animated series: Season Three)



Month 5 ABG

Jedi: Shaak Ti: Catspaw (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 2: Victories and Sacrifices)

Clone Wars Adventures Volume 7: Impregnable (Dark Horse)

Republic #54: Double Blind (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 4: Light and Dark)

Jedi: Aayla Secura (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 4: Light and Dark)

Jedi: Count Dooku (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 4: Light and Dark)

Republic (Dark Horse)

#55: Rainmakers (retitled Blood and Rain in trade paperback)

#56: Stormchasers (retitled Thunder and Lightning in trade paperback)

#57: Lightning Rods (retitled Thunder and Lightning in trade paperback)

#58: Floodgates (retitled Thunder and Lightning in trade paperback)

#59: Enemy Lines (retitled The Storm after the Storm in trade paperback)

#61: Dead Ends

[Issues 55-59 collected in Clone Wars Volume 3: Last Stand on Jabiim; issue 61 collected in Clone Wars Volume 5: The Best Blades]



Circa 22 BBY

Arkanian Chill (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 1: A Cold Reception

Part 2: Hyrim Focela

Part 3: Ice Palaces

Part 4: The Re-Engineered



Month 6 ABG

Shatterpoint (chapters 1–23) (Del Rey)

Equipment (Hasbro Short Story Collection: Paizo Publishing; included in the Shatterpoint paperback; Del Rey)

Shatterpoint (Afterword: The Jedi's War) (Del Rey)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Five: Korunnai

Republic (Dark Horse)

#63: Striking from the Shadows

#64: Bloodlines

#60: Hate and Fear

#62: No Man's Land

[Issues 60-62 and 64 collected in Clone Wars Volume 5: The Best Blades; Issue 63 collected in Clone Wars Volume 4: Light and Dark]

The Clone Wars: The Colossus of Destiny (Dark Horse)

Jedi: Yoda (retitled The Best Blades in trade paperback) (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 5: The Best Blades)

Republic (Dark Horse)

#65-66: Show of Force

#67: Forever Young

[collected in Clone Wars Volume 6: On the Fields of Battle]

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Five) (Scholastic)

Changing Seasons (Wizards of the Coast)

Part I: Guardian of the People (Insider #76: Hyperspace)

Part II: People of the Guardian (Insider #77; Hyperspace)

Legacy of the Jedi (pages 145–end) (Scholastic; collected in Legacy of the Jedi/Secrets of the Jedi omnibus)

Secrets of the Jedi (Part Two: chapters 21 to 33) (Scholasticcollected in Legacy of the Jedi/Secrets of the Jedi omnibus)

Hero of Cartao: A Tale of the Clone Wars (Wizards of the Coast)

Episode I: Hero's Call (Insider #68)

Episode II: Hero's Rise (Insider #69)

Episode III: Hero's End (Insider #70)

The Cestus Deception (chapters 1–32, first ½ of page) (Del Rey)

The Hive (Del Rey e-book; included in The Cestus Deception paperback)

The Cestus Deception (chapter 32: second ½ of page–chapter 82) (Del Rey)



Month 7 ABG

Jedi Trial (Del Rey)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Two (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 18: The Zillo Beast

Episode 19: The Zillo Beast Strikes Back

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Two (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 16: Cat and Mouse

The Clone Wars: Shadowed (Starwars.com webcomic)The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 16: The Hidden Enemy

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (prologue–chapter 4) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (prologue – chapter 2) (Grosset & Dunlap)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapters 5–6: Hanger Deck, Jedi Cruiser) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapters 3–5) (Grosset & Dunlap)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 7: Hanger Deck, Jedi Cruiser) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 6) (Grosset & Dunlap)

The Clone Wars: The New Padawan (Grosset & Dunlap)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 7: Jabba's Palace, Tatooine–end of chapter) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 7) (Grosset & Dunlap)

The Clone Wars: Operation: Huttlet (chapter 1) (Grosset & Dunlap)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 8) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 8) (Grosset & Dunlap)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 9–10) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 9–10) (Grosset & Dunlap)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 11–13) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 11–12) (Grosset & Dunlap)

The Clone Wars: Operation: Huttlet (chapters 2–3) (Grosset & Dunlap)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 14) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 13–14) (Grosset & Dunlap)

The Clone Wars: Anakin in Action! (DK Publishing)

The Clone Wars: Operation: Huttlet (chapter 4) (Grosset & Dunlap)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 15) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 15) (Grosset & Dunlap)

The Clone Wars: Battle at Teth (Grosset & Dunlap)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapters 16–17) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 16–18) (Grosset & Dunlap)

The Clone Wars: Operation: Huttlet (chapters 5–6) (Grosset & Dunlap)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 18) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 19) (Grosset & Dunlap)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 19) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 20–22) (Grosset & Dunlap)

The Clone Wars: Operation: Huttlet (chapter 7) (Grosset & Dunlap)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 20) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (chapter 23) (Grosset & Dunlap)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (epilogue) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

The Clone Wars: Operation: Huttlet (chapter 8) (Grosset & Dunlap)

The Clone Wars: The Battle Begins (Grosset & Dunlap)

The Clone Wars: The Galactic Photobook (Grosset & Dunlap)

The Clone Wars: Decide Your Destiny: The Way of the Jedi (Grosset & Dunlap)

The Clone Wars: Out Foxed (Target online exclusive; Grosset & Dunlap)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Three (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 1: Clone Cadets

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Three (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 3: Supply Lines

The Clone Wars: Prelude (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 1: Ambush (also available in A Galaxy Divided)

[adapted in The Clone Wars: Ambush; Grosset & Dunlap, and The Clone Wars: Yoda in Action; DK Readers]

The Clone Wars: Wild Space (Chapters Four–Eleven) (Del Rey)

The Clone Wars: The Fall of Falleen (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 6: Downfall of a Droid: Act I (also available in The Clone Wars: A Galaxy Divided Walmart Exclusive)

[adapted in The Clone Wars: Grievous Attacks!: Downfall of a Droid: chapters 1–2; R2-D2's Adventure: pages 1–10, Grosset & Dunlap, Downfall of a Droid; Ladybird]

The Clone Wars: Wild Space (Chapter Twelve) (Del Rey)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 6: Downfall of a Droid: Act II (also available in The Clone Wars: A Galaxy Divided Walmart Exclusive)

[adapted in The Clone Wars: Grievous Attacks!: Downfall of a Droid: chapters 1–2; R2-D2's Adventure: pages 1–10, Grosset & Dunlap, Downfall of a Droid; Ladybird]

The Clone Wars: Wild Space (Chapter Thirteen, to page 180) (Del Rey)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 6: Downfall of a Droid: Act III (also available in The Clone Wars: A Galaxy Divided Walmart Exclusive)

[adapted in The Clone Wars: Grievous Attacks!: Downfall of a Droid: chapters 1–2; R2-D2's Adventure: pages 1–10, Grosset & Dunlap, Downfall of a Droid; Ladybird]

The Clone Wars: Wild Space (Chapter Thirteen, page 181 – End) (Del Rey)

The Clone Wars: Discount (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 7: Duel of the Droids

[adapted in The Clone Wars: Grievous Attacks: Downfall of a Droid: chapter 7–end; R2-D2's Adventure: pages 21–end; Grosset & Dunlap; Rescue in the Sky; Leapfrog]

The Clone Wars: Shakedown (Starwars.com webcomic)

Holonet News: A Galaxy Divided (Starwars.com)

Holonet News: Rodia Supply Lanes Attacked by Pirates (Starwars.com)

The Clone Wars #1: Shipyards of Doom (Dark Horse)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 2: Rising Malevolence (also available in The Clone Wars: A Galaxy Divided)

[adapted in The Clone Wars: Jedi Adventures; DK Readers]

The Clone Wars: Meet Ahsoka Tano (Grosset & Dunlap)

The Clone Wars: Procedure (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 3: Shadow of Malevolence (also available in The Clone Wars: A Galaxy Divided)

The Clone Wars: Agenda (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 4: Destroy Malevolence (also available in The Clone Wars: A Galaxy Divided)

[adapted as Destroy Malevolence; Ladybird Books)

The Clone Wars: No Prisoners (Del Rey/Ballantine)

The Clone Wars: Mouse Hunt (Starwars.com webcomic)The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 5: Rookies (also available in The Clone Wars: Clone Commandos)

[adapted in Grievous Attacks; Grosset & Dunlap]

The Clone Wars: Secret Missions (Grosset & Dunlap)

Book 1: Breakout Squad

Book 2: Curse of the Black Hole Pirates

The Clone Wars: Departure (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 8: Bombad Jedi

[adapted in Bombad Jedi and Jar Jar's Big Day; Grosset & Dunlap]

The Clone Wars: Transfer (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 9: Cloak of Darkness

[adapted in Ambush; Grosset & Dunlap and Jedi Adventures; DK Readers]

The Clone Wars: Jedi in Training (DK Readers)



Lego Star Wars: Ambush! (Lego Club Magazine March/April 2008)

Lego Star Wars Comics (Lego.com)

No. 1: Kowakian Monkey Lizard

No. 2: Giant Spiders are Awesome

No. 3: Always Count Your Clones Before Take-Off

No. 4: You Can't Hit the Brakes in Space

No. 5: Orders and Orders

No. 6: Sith Make the Best Pancakes

No. 7: That's No Space Station

No. 8: Always Trust Secret Strategy #3

No. 9: Spinning isn't Always a Good Trick

No. 10: Every Brick has a Beginning

No. 11: A Droid in the Hand is Worth

No. 12: Clones Don't Even Know the...

No. 13: Do Clones Dream of Electric Mynocks?

No. 14: A Clone Trooper Always Obeys Orders

No. 15: A Clone By Any Other Name...

No. 16: Clones Are Famous Across...

No. 17: Clone Troopers Are Excellent Diplomats

No. 18: All Good Clones Must Come to an End

Lego Star Wars: The Hunt for R2-D2

Chapters 1-3 (Lego Club Magazine May/June 2009–July/August 2009)

Chapter 4 (Lego BrickMaster magazine July/August 2009)

Chapter 5 (Lego Club Magazine September/October 2009)

Chapter 6 (Lego Club Magazine November/December 2009)

Lego Star Wars: The Quest for R2-D2, Part 1 (starwars.lego.com)

Lego Star Wars: The Quest for R2-D2, Part 2 (starwars.lego.com)

Lego Star Wars: The Quest for R2-D2 (starwars.lego.com online game)

Lego Star Wars: The Kamino Code Mystery (Lego Club Magazine January/February 2010)

Lego Star Wars: An Ice Encounter (Lego Club Magazine March/April 2010)



21 BBY

Month 8 ABG

Holonet News: Chancellor Palpatine's Approval Rating Falls (Starwars.com)

The Clone Wars: The Dreams of General Grievous (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 10: The Lair of General Grievous

[adapted in Grievous Attacks; Grosset & Dunlap]

The Clone Wars: Bait (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 11: Dooku Captured

[adapted in Captured: chapters 1–5; Grosset & Dunlap]

The Clone Wars: Switch (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 12: The Gungan General

[adapted in Captured: chapters 6–9; Grosset & Dunlap]

The Clone Wars: Headgames (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 13: Jedi Crash

The Clone Wars: Neighbors (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 14: Defenders of the Peace

The Clone Wars: Cold Snap (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 15: Trespass

The Clone Wars: Crash Course (Dark Horse)

The Clone Wars: Journey Through Hyperspace (Ladybird Books)

The Clone Wars: Jedi Alliance (Lucasarts)

The Clone Wars: The Valley (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: Gambit (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Stealth

Siege

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 17: Blue Shadow Virus

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 18: Mystery of a Thousand Moons

The Clone Wars: Covetous (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 19: Storm Over Ryloth (also available in The Clone Wars: Clone Commandos)

[adapted in The Battle for Ryloth; Grosset & Dunlap]

The Clone Wars: Curfew (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 20: Innocents of Ryloth (also available in The Clone Wars: Clone Commandos)

[adapted in The Battle for Ryloth; Grosset & Dunlap]

The Clone Wars: The Ballad of Cham Syndulla (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 21: Liberty on Ryloth (also available in The Clone Wars: Clone Commandos)

[adapted in The Battle for Ryloth; Grosset & Dunlap]

The Clone Wars: Invitation Only (Starwars.com webcomic)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Six: Forbidden Love



Month 9 ABG

Republic Holonet News Core Edition 14:2:12 (Insider #65)

CIS Shadowfeed Dispatch 14:2:14 (Insider #65)

The Clone Wars: Hunting the Hunters (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: Hunting the Hunters, part 2 (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: Gunship over Florrum (Starwars.com videogame)

The Clone Wars: The Wind Raiders of Taloraan (Dark Horse)

The Clone Wars: Decide Your Destiny: The Lost Legion (Grosset & Dunlap)

The Clone Wars: Droids Over Iego (starwars.com)

The Clone Wars: Droids Over Iego: Bonus (starwars.com)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Three (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 2: ARC Troopers (adapted in Defenders of the Republic)

The Clone Wars (Dark Horse)

#7–9: In the Service of the Republic

[collected in The Clone Wars: In the Service of the Republic]

#10–12: Heroes of the Confederacy

[collected in The Clone Wars: Heroes of the Confederacy]

The Clone Wars: The Gauntlet of Death (free comic book day 2009; Dark Horse

[collected in The Clone Wars: In the Service of the Republic}

The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes: Join the Clone Wars (facebook.com)

The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes: HNN News (Lucasarts.com)

The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes: Holocomm (Lucasarts.com)

The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes (Lucasarts)

Galaxy's Most Wanted – IG Assassins (Republic Alert System Special Alert) (cartoonnetwork.com)

Galaxy's Most Wanted – Cato Parasitti (Republic Alert System Special Alert) (cartoonnetwork.com)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Two (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 1: The Holocron Heist

[adapted in The Holocron Heist; Grosset & Dunlap]

The Clone Wars: Act on Instinct: Parts One to Three (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Two (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 2: Cargo of Doom

The Clone Wars: Act on Instinct: Parts Four to Seven (Starwars.com webcomic)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Two (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 3: Children of the Force

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Two (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 20: Death Trap

Episode 21: R2 Come Home

Episode 22: Lethal Trackdown

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Three (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 7: Assassin

Episode 8: Evil Plans

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season One (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 22: Hostage Crisis

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Three (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 9: Hunt for Ziro

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Two (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 4: Senate Spy

The Clone Wars: A Prelude to Point Rain (Fan Days III Convention script; Starwars.com)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Two (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 5: Landing at Point Rain

Episode 6: Weapons Factory

Episode 7: Legacy of Terror

Episode 8: Brain Invaders

A Public Service Announcement from the Galactic Republic (Starwars.com)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Two (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 9: Grievous Intrigue

Episode 10: The Deserter

Episode 11: Lightsaber Lost



Month 10 ABG

Escape from Dagu (cancelled Del Rey novel)

CIS Shadowfeed Dispatch 14:3:10 Edition (Insider #66)

Republic Holonet News Core Edition 14:3:22 (Insider #66)

Tales #22: Honor Bound (Dark Horse; collected in Tales Volume 6)

Republic Commando: The Chaykin Cluster (Campaign 2; Lucasarts home video game)

Republic Commando: Triple Zero (prologue) (Del Rey)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Three (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 3: Sphere of Influence

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Two (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 12: The Mandalore Plot

Episode 13: Voyage of Temptation

Episode 14: Duchess of Mandalore

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Two (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 16: Bounty Hunters

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Three (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 5: Corruption

Episode 6: The Academy







Month 11 ABG

CIS Shadowfeed Dispatch 14:4:12 Edition (Insider #67)

Republic Holonet News Core Edition 14:4:14 (Insider #67)



Circa 8–11 Months ABG

Clone Wars Adventures (Dark Horse)

Volume 5: Bailed Out

Volume 6

It Takes a Thief

Means and Ends



Month 13 ABG

Republic Commando: Triple Zero (Del Rey)



Month 14 ABG

CIS Shadowfeed Dispatch 14:7:01 Edition (Insider #68)

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Three (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 10: Heroes on Both Sides

Episode 11: Pursuit of Peace

Episode 15: Senate Murders

Episode 12: Nightsisters

Episode 13: Monster

Episode 14: Witches of the Mist

Episode 15: Overlords

Episode 16: Altar of Mortis

Episode 17: Ghosts of Mortis

Episode 21: Padawan Lost

Episode 22: Wookiee Hunt



Republic Holonet News Core Edition 14:7:02 (Insider #68)



Month 15 ABG

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Four (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 1: Water War

Episode 2: Gungan Attack

Episode 3: Prisoners

Episode 4: Shadow Warrior

Episode 5: Mercy Mission

Episode 6: Nomad Droids

Episode 7: Darkness on Umbara

Episode 8: The General

Episode 9: Plan of Dissent

Episode 10: Carnage of Krell

Episode 11: Kidnapped



Month 16 ABG

The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Four (Lucasfilm/Cartoon Network)

Episode 12: Slaves of the Republic

Episode 13: Escape from Kadavo

Episode 14: A Friend in Need

[These three episodes adapt The Clone Wars #1–6: Slaves of the Republic; Dark Horse:

Chapter 1: The Mystery of Kiros

Chapter 2: Slave Traders of Zygerria

Chapter 3: The Depths of Zygerria

Chapter 4: Auction of a Million Souls

Chapter 5: A Slave Now, a Slave Forever

Chapter 6: Escape from Kadavo]

Episode 15: Deception

Episode 16: Friends and Enemies

Episode 17: The Box

Episode 18: Crisis on Naboo

Episode 19: Massacre

Episode 20: Bounty

Episode 21: Brothers

Episode 22: Revenge

Tales #19: Rather Darkness Visible (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 5)

Republic Commando: Odds (Insider #87: Wizards of the Coast; included in Republic Commando: True Colors)

Republic Holonet News Core Edition 14:9:04 (Insider #70)

Republic Holonet News Core Edition 14:9:04 (Insider #71)

Republic Commando: True Colors (prologue – chapter 3) (Del Rey)

CIS Shadowfeed Dispatch 14:9:15 Edition (Insider #70)

CIS Shadowfeed Dispatch 14:9:15 Edition (Insider #71)

Republic Commando: True Colors (chapter 4 – chapter 7) (Del Rey)

Republic Commando: True Colors (chapter 8 – 16) (Del Rey)



Republic Holonet News Core Edition 14:9:01 (Insider #69)

CIS Shadowfeed Dispatch 14:9:08 Edition (Insider #69)



Month 17 ABG

Republic Commando: True Colors (chapter 17) (Del Rey)

Star Wars #24: Silent Drifting (flashback) (Marvel: reprinted by Dark Horse in A Long Time Ago...Volume 2: Dark Encounters)



Month 18 ABG

Republic Commando: True Colors (chapters 18–19) (Del Rey)

Visionaries: Deep Forest (Dark Horse)



Month 19 ABG

Republic Commando: True Colors (final chapter) (Del Rey)



20 BBY

Month 20 ABG

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Four: The Confession of Darth Tyranus

CIS Shadowfeed Dispatch Year's Start Fete Day Edition (Insider #72)

Republic Commando: Order 66 (prologue) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Republic Holonet News Core Edition 15:01:03 (Insider #72)

Republic Holonet News Core Edition 15:01:13 (Insider #73)

CIS Shadowfeed Dispatch 15:01:15 Edition (Insider #73)

General Grievous #1–4 (Dark Horse; collected in trade paperback)

Clone Wars Adventures Volume 6: The Drop (Dark Horse)



Month 21 ABG

Republic Holonet News Core Edition 15:2:22 (Insider #74)

CIS Shadowfeed Dispatch 15:2:29 Edition (Insider #74)



Month 22 ABG

Republic Holonet News Core Edition 15:3:02 (Insider #75)

CIS Shadowfeed Dispatch 15:3:21 Edition (Insider #76)

Republic Holonet News Core Edition 15:3:29 (Insider #76)



Month 24 ABG

Republic #68: Armor (pages 1–3) (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 6: On the Fields of Battle)

Medstar I: Battle Surgeons (Del Rey)

Medstar: Intermezzo (Insider #83; IDG Entertainment; Hyperspace)

Medstar II: Jedi Healer (Del Rey)

Republic Commando: Order 66 (Chapter 2) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Republic #68: Armor (pages 4–end) (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 6: On the Fields of Battle)



Month 30 ABG

Clone Wars Adventures Volume 4: Another Fine Mess (Dark Horse)

Routine Valor (Dark Horse: Free Comic Book Day)

Yoda: Dark Rendezvous (Del Rey)

Boba Fett (Scholastic)

#5: A New Threat

#6: Pursuit

Republic #69–71: Dreadnaughts of Rendili (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 6: On the Fields of Battle)

Clone Wars Adventures (Dark Horse)

Volume 4: The Brink

Volume 7: Creature Comforts

Volume 10: Thunder Road

Republic #72–73: Trackdown (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 8: The Last Siege, The Final Truth)



Month 31 ABG

Republic Commando: Order 66 (Chapters 3–5) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Obsession #1–5 (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 7: When They Were Brothers)



Circa Months 28–31 ABG

Visionaries: The Artist of Naboo (Dark Horse)

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume One: The Paradise Snare (flashback) (Del Rey)

Chapter Two: Ylesian Dreams (page 34, par. 4 – page 38; SFBC edition: page 32, par. 10 – page 36, par. 3)



19 BBY

Month 32 ABG

Free Comic Book Day (2005) (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 7: When They Were Brothers)



Month 33 ABG

Republic Commando: Order 66 (Chapters 6–11) (Del Rey/Ballantine)



Month 34 ABG

Republic Commando: Order 66 (Chapter 12: to page 267, subheading) (Del Rey/Ballantine)



Month 35 ABG

Republic Commando: Kashyyyk (Mission 3) (Lucasarts home video game)

Critical Discoveries

The Rescue of Tarfful

Obliterate the Outpost

Republic Commando: Order 66 (Chapter 12; page 267, subheading – chapter end) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Republic Commando: Kashyyyk (Mission 3) (Lucasarts home video game)

The Bridge at Kachiro (coterminous with chapter above)

The Wookiee Resistance

Search and Destroy

Labyrinth of Evil (chapters 1–16) (Del Rey)

Evasive Action: Reversal of Fortune (webstrips #1–24) (Starwars.com)

Visionaries (Dark Horse)

Wat Tambor and Quest for the Sacred Eye of the Albino Cyclops

Sithisis

Labyrinth of Evil (chapters 17–27) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Republic #74–77: Siege of Saleucami (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 8: The Last Siege, The Final Truth)

Labyrinth of Evil (chapters 28–29, 32) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Evasive Action: Reversal of Fortune (webstrips #25–39) (Starwars.com)



Circa 31–35 Months ABG

Clone Wars Adventures Volume 5 (Dark Horse)

What Goes Up...

Heroes on Both Sides

From the Official Records of the Senate of the Old Republic (Rebel Alliance Sourcebook: Chapter One; West End Games)



Clone Wars: Volume II: episodes 22 – 25 (Cartoon Network animated series: Season Three)



Month 36 ABG

Clone Wars Adventures Volume 6: To the Vanishing Point (Dark Horse)

Labyrinth of Evil (chapters 30–31, 33–39) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Republic Commando: Order 66 (Chapter 13) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Labyrinth of Evil (chapters 40–41) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Dark Times #6: Parallels (pages 1–7) (Dark Horse; collected in Dark Times: Volume 2: Parallels)

Evasive Action: Reversal of Fortune (webstrips #40–54) (Starwars.com)

Labyrinth of Evil (chapter 42) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Republic Commando: Order 66 (Chapter 14) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Evasive Action: Reversal of Fortune (webstrips #55–59) (Starwars.com)

Labyrinth of Evil (chapter 43) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Evasive Action: Reversal of Fortune (webstrips #60–74) (Starwars.com)

Labyrinth of Evil (chapters 44–50) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Evasive Action: Reversal of Fortune (webstrips #75–84) (Starwars.com)

Labyrinth of Evil (chapters 51–end) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Manga Black: Evil Eyes (pages 1–11) (Tokyopop)

Republic Commando: Order 66 (Chapter 15) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (Introduction: The Age of Heroes) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Evasive Action: Reversal of Fortune (webstrips #85–110) (Starwars.com)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (Part One: Victory) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Chapter 1: Anakin and Obi-Wan

Chapter 2: Dooku

Chapter 3: The Way of the Sith

Chapter 4: Jedi Trap

Chapter 5: Grievous

Chapter 6: Rescue

Chapter 7: Obi-Wan and Anakin 2

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (chapters 1–3) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Millennium Falcon (Chapter Two) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (Part Two: Seduction) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Chapter 8: Fault Lines

Chapter 9: Padme

Millennium Falcon (Chapters Three – Four) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (chapter 4) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (Part Two: Seduction) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Chapter 10: Masters (to page 177, paragraph 2)

Chapter 10: Masters (page 181, second 1/2 of page – end of chapter)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (chapters 5–6) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 10) (Scholastic)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith #1 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

Manga Black: Evil Eyes (pages 12–end) (Tokyopop)

Republic Commando: Order 66 (Chapter 16) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Republic Commando: Kashyyyk (Mission 3) (Lucasarts home video game)

The Final Strike (coterminous with chapter above)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (Part Two: Seduction) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Chapter 11: Politics

Chapter 12: Not from a Jedi

Chapter 13: The Will of the Force

Chapter 14: Free Fall in the Dark

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (chapters 7–9) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 11) (Scholastic)

Evasive Action: Reversal of Fortune (webstrips #120–124) (Starwars.com)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (Part Two: Seduction) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Chapter 15: Death on Utapau (to page 271)

Chapter 10: Masters (page 177, paragraph 3 – page 181, first 1/2 of page)

Evasive Action: Reversal of Fortune (Starwars.com)

webstrips #111–119

webstrips #125–134

Republic (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 9: Endgame)

#81: The Hidden Enemy

#82: The Hidden Enemy (to page 11; trade paperback: page 33)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (chapter 10) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (Part Two: Seduction) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Chapter 15: Death on Utapau (page 272 – end of chapter)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (chapter 11) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith #2 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

Revenge of the Sith: Obi-Wan's Foe (Random House)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (Part Two: Seduction) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Chapter 16: Revelation

Republic #82: The Hidden Enemy (page 12; trade paperback: page 34) (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 9: Endgame)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (chapter 12) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (Part Three: Apocalypse) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Chapter 17: The Face of the Dark

Evasive Action: Reversal of Fortune (webstrips #135–152) (Starwars.com)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (chapters 13–14) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (Part Three: Apocalypse) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Chapter 18: Order 66

Evasive Action: Reversal of Fortune (webstrips #153–end) (Starwars.com)

Clone Wars Adventures (Dark Horse)

Volume 4: Orders

Volume 5: Order of Outcasts

Republic #82: The Hidden Enemy (pages 13–end; trade paperback: page 35–44) (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 9: Endgame)

Dark Times #6: Parallels (pages 8–16 ) (Dark Horse; collected in Dark Times: Volume 2: Parallels)

Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader (Part I: The Outer Rim Sieges) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Republic Commando: Order 66 (Chapters 17–23) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (Part Three: Apocalypse) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Chapter 19: The Face of the Sith

Republic #83: The Hidden Enemy (pages 1–18; trade paperback: page 45–62) (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 9: Endgame)

Clone Wars Adventures Volume 4: Descent (Dark Horse)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (chapters 15–16) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith #3 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

Republic Commando: Order 66 (Chapter 24) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (Part Three: Apocalypse) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Chapter 20: Chiaroscuro

Chapter 21: A New Jedi Order

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (chapters 17–end) (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 12) (Scholastic)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Six) (Scholastic)

Purge: Seconds to Die (flashback) (Dark Horse)

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith #4 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

Republic HoloNet News Special Inaugural Edition 16:5:24 (Insider #84)

Republic #79–80: Into the Unknown (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 9: Endgame)

Republic Commando: Order 66 (Chapters 25–end) (Del Rey/Ballantine)



Lego Star Wars: Revenge of the Brick (Treehouse Animation; available on Clone Wars: Volume II DVD)



Month 37 ABG

Mist Encounter (Adventure Journal #7: West End Games; available in Outbound Flight paperback; Hyperspace)

Republic #78: Loyalties (Dark Horse: collected in Honor and Duty]

Evasive Action: Recruitment (webstrips 1–20) (Starwars.com)

Imperial Communiqué #001044.92v (Hyperspace; West End Games)

(included in: The Imperial Sourcebook: Chapter One: A Primer on Imperial Power

Death Star Technical Companion: Grand Moff Tarkin's Data Journal: Chapter One: A Brief History of the Death Star: first letter)

Death Star Technical Companion (West End Games)

Grand Moff Tarkin's Data Journal: Chapter One: A Brief History of the Death Star: second letter

Purge (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback in Clone Wars Volume 9: Endgame)

Clone Wars Adventures: Volume #9: Salvaged (Dark Horse)

Death Star Technical Companion (West End Games)

Grand Moff Tarkin's Data Journal: Chapter One: A Brief History of the Death Star

Personal Data Journal Entry #461

Personal Data Journal Entry #476

Purge: Seconds to Die (Dark Horse)

Dark Times #1–4: The Path to Nowhere (Dark Horse; collected in Dark Times: Volume 1: The Path to Nowhere)

Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader (Part II: The Emperor's Emissary: Chapter 9) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Dark Times #5: The Path to Nowhere (Dark Horse; collected in Dark Times: Volume 1: The Path to Nowhere)

Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader (Part II: The Emperor's Emissary: Chapter 10 – Part IV: Kashyyyk: Chapter 39) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Pax Empirica – The Wookiee Annihilation (Galactic Battlegrounds: Chapter 1; Prima's Official Strategy Guide)

Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

Part IV: Kashyyyk: Chapters 40–49

Epilogue: Chapters 50–53

Imperial Commando: 501st: Chapters 1–3 (Del Rey/Ballantine)

The Spark Before the Flame (Shadis Presents #18.5; Alderac Entertainment Group)



Month 38 ABG

Evasive Action: Recruitment (webstrips 21–end) (Starwars.com)

Dark Times (Dark Horse)

#6: Parallels (pages 17–end )

#7–10: Parallels

[Dark Times #6-10 collected in Dark Times: Parallels]

Imperial Commando: 501st: Chapters 4–End (Del Rey/Ballantine)



Month 39 ABG

The Last One Standing (Included in Legacy of the Jedi/Secrets of the Jedi omnibus; Scholastic)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Seven: to page 112, 1st par.) (Scholastic)

Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader (Epilogue: Chapter 54) (Del Rey; collected in The Dark Lord Trilogy)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Seven: page 112, 2nd par.–end) (Scholastic)

Dark Times #11–12: Vector (parts 5–6) (Dark Horse; collected in Vector Volume 1)

Coruscant Nights (Del Rey/Ballantine)

I: Jedi Twilight

Part I: Life During Wartime

Part II: As Above, So Below

Part III: Feral City



Months 40–41 ABG

Casualty Report: Order 66 (Insider #87; IDG Entertainment)

Tales #12: The Duty (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 3)

Dark Times: #0: Blue Harvest: Prologue (collects MySpace Dark Horse Presents #18–19)

Dark Times #13–17: Blue Harvest (Dark Horse)



Months 42–43 ABG

The Last of the Jedi (Scholastic)

#1: The Desperate Mission

#2: Dark Warning (to chapter 17)

Ghosts of the Sith (Insider #88; IDG Entertainment)

The Last of the Jedi (Scholastic)

#2: Dark Warning (chapter 18–end)

#3: Underworld

#4: Death on Naboo

#5: A Tangled Web

#6: Return of the Dark Side

#7: Secret Weapon

#8: Against the Empire

#9: Master of Deception

10: Reckoning

Coruscant Nights (Ballantine/Del Rey)

II: Street of Shadows

Part I: Planet Noir

Part II: Rites of Passage

Darth Vader and the Lost Command (Dark Horse)



Tales #4: A Death Star is Born (Dark Horse: also collected in Tales Volume 1)



18 BBY

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume One: The Paradise Snare (flashback) (Del Rey)

Chapter Two: Ylesian Dreams (page 40 – page 41, par. 4; SFBC edition: page 36, last par. – page 37, par. 13)

Evasive Action (Starwars.com webstrips)

Prey

End Game

Coruscant Nights (Del Rey)

III: Patterns of Force

Prologue

Part I: Sins of the Father

Part II: The Ties That Bind

In his Image (Vader–the Ultimate Guide; IDG Entertainment; reprinted in The Official UK Star Wars Magazine #61 and Legacy of the Force: Betrayal paperback)

Death Star Technical Companion (West End Games)

Grand Moff Tarkin's Data Journal: Chapter One: A Brief History of the Death Star

Personal Data Journal Entry #481

Republic #83: The Hidden Enemy (pages 19–22; trade paperback: page 63–66) (Dark Horse: collected in Clone Wars Volume 9: Endgame)

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume One: The Paradise Snare (flashback) (Del Rey)

Chapter Two: Ylesian Dreams (page 44, last par. – page 52, par. 1; SFBC edition: page 40, par. 9 – page 46, par. 3)

Millennium Falcon (Chapters Five – Six) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 13: to page 132, 1st ½ page) (Scholastic)



Circa 22-18 BBY

Living Force (online RPGA campaign fiction; Wizards of the Coast)



17 BBY

A Two-Edged Sword (Insider #85; IDG Entertainment; reprinted in Legacy of the Force: Betrayal paperback)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Eight) (Scholastic)

Legacy #16 (pages 8–16: flashback) (Dark Horsee; collected in Legacy Volume 3: Claws of the Dragon)

Death Star Technical Companion (West End Games)

Grand Moff Tarkin's Data Journal: Chapter One: A Brief History of the Death Star

Personal Data Journal Entry #493

Personal Data Journal Entry #501



16 BBY

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Three: Dark Side Disciples



Visionaries: Old Wounds (Dark Horse)



15 BBY

Tales of the Bounty Hunters (Bantam)

The Last One Standing: The Tale of Boba Fett (to page 279 par. 6; SFBC: to page 506, par. 1)

Legacy #17 (pages 14–16: flashback) (Dark Horsee; collected in Legacy Volume 3: Claws of the Dragon)

A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker: Chapter One (Scholastic)



12 BBY

Tales of the Bounty Hunters (Bantam)

The Last One Standing: The Tale of Boba Fett (page 279, last paragraph – page 287 par. 1; SFBC: page 506, par. 2 – page 511, par. 3)

A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker: Chapter Two (Scholastic)



Circa 15 – 10 BBY

Tales #11: Ghost (Dark Horse: also collected in Tales Volume 3)

Chewbacca #2: Chapter 4: Mala Mala (flashback) (Dark Horse: collected in Chewbacca and 30th Anniversary Collection)



11 BBY

Millennium Falcon (flashback in chapter twenty-three) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Deader than a Triton Moon (flashback) (Hyperspace)



10 BBY

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume One: The Paradise Snare (Bantam-Spectra)

Chapter One: Trader's Luck

Chapter Two: Ylesian Dreams

Chapter Three: Crash Landing

Chapter Four: Muuurgh

Chapter Five: Spice Wars

Chapter Six: Alderaan and Back Again

Chapter Seven: Bria

Chapter Eight: Revelations

Chapter Nine: Lost and Found

Chapter Ten: Farewell to Paradise?

Chapter Eleven: Escape Velocity

Chapter Twelve: Togoria

Chapter Thirteen: Return to Corellia

Chapter Fourteen: Down and Out on Coruscant

Chapter Fifteen: Out of the Fire

Epilogue: Rebirth

Dark Vendetta (pages 14–16, end of first column; page 17, paragraph 4 – end) (Galaxy Magazine #8: Topps/ West End Games; Hyperspace)



Dark Vendetta (page 16, start of second column – page 17, paragraph 3) (Galaxy Magazine #8: Topps/ West End Games; Hyperspace)



11 – 9 BBY

Millennium Falcon (flashback in chapter twenty-four) (Del Rey/Ballantine)



9 BBY

Tales #11: The Princess Leia Diaries (pages 1–3; trade pb: pages 147-149) (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 3)

Tales #15: Sandstorm (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 4)



7 BBY

Tales #11: The Princess Leia Diaries (pages 4–7; trade pb: pages 150-153) (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 3)

Tales #20: Luke Skywalker: Detective (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 5)

Shadows of the Empire Sourcebook: Chapter Three: Black Sun (West End Games)

The Lesser Evil

Only One of Her Kind



6 BBY

Tales #11: The Princess Leia Diaries (page 8; trade pb: pages 154) (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 3)

A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker: Chapter Three (pages 23–27) (Scholastic)

Luke Skywalker’s Walkabout (Dark Horse Presents: DHP Jr., Annual '99; collected in Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapter Nine) (Scholastic)

A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker: Chapter Three (pages 28–37) (Scholastic)

The Hearing (Hyperspace; The Dark Empire Sourcebook: West End Games)

Tales #15: Falling Star (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 4 and Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy)

Millennium Falcon (flashback in chapter twenty) (Del Rey/Ballantine)



Adventure in Beggar's Canyon (Little Golden Book)



5 BBY

Millennium Falcon (flashback in chapter fifteen) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Chewbacca #2: Chapter 3: Ssoh (or: A Slaver’s Lot) (flashback) (Dark Horse: collected in Chewbacca and 30th Anniversary Collection)

Chewbacca #2: Chapter 5: Turrdko (or: Breaking a Custom) (flashback) (Dark Horse: collected in Chewbacca and 30th Anniversary Collection)

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume #2: The Hutt Gambit (Bantam-Spectra)

Chapter one: New Friends, Old Enemies

Chapter two: The Smuggler's Road

Chapter three: Nar Shaddaa

Chapter four: Upping the Ante

Chapter five: The Thirteenth Bounty Hunter

Chapter six: Love at First Flight

Tales #20: Young Lando Calrissian (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 5)

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume #2: The Hutt Gambit (Bantam-Spectra)

Chapter seven: Con Games (to page 161: first ½ of page; SFBC: to page 370, excluding last paragraph)

Millennium Falcon (introduction) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Lando Calrissian and the Mindharp of Sharu (Del Rey: collected in The Lando Calrissian Adventures)

Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina: A Hunter's Fate: Greedo's Tale (chapters 1–3) Bantam/ webstrip #1-21)

Adventure Journal #4: The Final Exit (West End Games; reprinted in Tales from the Empire: Bantam; Hyperspace)

Adventure Journal #5: Turning Point (West End Games; Hyperspace)





4 BBY

A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker: Chapter Four (Scholastic)

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume #2: The Hutt Gambit (Bantam-Spectra)

Chapter seven: Con Games (page 161: second ½ of page – end; SFBC: page 370, last paragraph – end)

Chapter eight: The Shadow of the Empire

Tales #2: Routine (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 1)

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume #2: The Hutt Gambit (Bantam-Spectra)

Chapter nine: Playthings for the Moff

Chapter ten: The Admiral's Orders

Chapter eleven: Battle Stations?

Chapter twelve: Dreams and Nightmares

Chapter thirteen: Making Magic

Chapter fourteen: The Battle of Nar Shaddaa

Chapter fifteen: Leave-takings

Lando Calrissian and the Flamewind of Oseon (Del Rey: collected in The Lando Calrissian Adventures)

Tales of the Bounty Hunters: Therefore I Am: The Tale of IG-88 (chapters I to V) (Bantam)



Tales #11: Prey (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 3)



3 BBY

Lando Calrissian and the Starcave of Thonboka (Del Rey: collected in The Lando Calrissian Adventures)

Tales #15: First Impressions (collected in Tales Volume 4) (Dark Horse)

The Lost City of Tatooine (Archaeology's Dig: Cobblestone Publishing)

Tales #11: The Princess Leia Diaries (pages 9–10; trade pb: pages 155-156) (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 3)

Droids: The Adventures of R2-D2 and C-3PO (Lucasfilm/Nelvana)

Episode 1: The White Witch (adapted by Random House/Happy House and Dragon Books/Collins)

Episode 2: Escape into Terror (adapted by Dragon Books/Collins)

Droids: Escape from Aaron (premise) (Lucasfilm/Mastertronic video game)

Droids: The Adventures of R2-D2 and C-3PO (Nelvana cartoon series)

Episode 3: The Trigon...Unleashed (adapted by Dragon Books/Collins)

Episode 4: A Race to the Finish (adapted by Dragon Books/Collins)

Episode 5: The Lost Prince (adapted by Random House)

Episode 6: The New King

Episode 7: The Pirates of Tarnoonga (adapted by Random House)

Episode 8: The Revenge of Kybo Ren

[episodes 5-8 reedited as DVD feature-length film: Animated Adventures: Droids: The Pirates and the Prince]

Episode 9: Coby and the Starhunters

Episodes 14, 15: The Great Heep

Episode 10: The Tail of the Roon Comet (adapted by Random House as Escape from the Monster Ship)

Episode 11: The Roon Games

Episode 12: Across the Roon Sea

Episode 13: The Frozen Citadel

[episodes 10-13 reedited as DVD feature-length film: Animated Adventures: Droids: Treasure of the Hidden Planet]

Droids (Star/Marvel Comics)

#1: The Destroyer

#2: The Ultimate Weapon

#3: The Scarlet Pirate

#4: Lost in Time (Part 1: Escape to Endor)

Ewoks #10: The Demons of Endor (Part 2: A Race in Time) (Star/Marvel Comics)

Droids #5: Separated (Star/Marvel Comics)

How the Ewoks Saved the Trees: An Old Ewok Legend (Random House)

The Adventures of Teebo: A Tale of Magic and Suspense (Random House)

An Ewok Adventure (Random House/ Happy House)

Wicket Finds a Way

Wicket Goes Fishing

Three Cheers for Kneesaa!

The Ewok Who Was Afraid

Fuzzy as an Ewok (Random House)

The Ewoks Hang-Gliding Adventure (Random House)

The Baby Ewoks’ Picnic Surprise (Random House)

Ewoks (Star/Marvel Comics)

#1: The Rainbow Bridge (reprinted in Star Comics Digest #1)

#2: Rites of Power (reprinted in Star Comics Digest #2 and Ewoks Annual #1)

#3: Flight to Danger (reprinted in Star Comics Digest #3)

#4: Valley of Evil

#5: The Terrible Machine (reprinted in Star Comics Digest #5)

#6: The Ice Demon

#7: The Perilous Laughing Spell

#8: Eye of the Kreegon

#9: The Underwater Kingdom (reprinted in Ewoks Annual #1)

Ewoks: Season I (Lucasfilm/Nelvana)

Episode 1: The Cries of the Trees

Episode 2: The Haunted Village

Episode 3: Rampage of the Phlogs

[Episodes 1-3 also on DVD in Animated Adventures: Ewoks: The Haunted Village]

Ewoks #11: The Incredible Shrinking Princess (Star/Marvel Comics)

Star Wars Sourcebook

Report to Imperial Command (Chapter Eight; Hyperspace)

Ewoks: Season I (Lucasfilm/Nelvana)

Episode 4: To Save Deej

[also on DVD in Animated Adventures: Ewoks: Tales from the Endor Woods]

[adapted as An Ewok Adventure: Wicket and the Dandelion Warriors; Random House]

Episode 5: The Traveling Jindas

[also on DVD in Animated Adventures: Ewoks: The Haunted Village]

Episode 6: The Tree of Light

Episode 7: The Curse of the Jindas

Episode 8: The Land of the Gupins

Ewoks (Star/Marvel Comics)

#12: The Thorn Monster

#13: The Black Cavern

#14: King for a Day

Ewoks Annual #1 (Marvel Books UK)

Chief Chirpa Kidnapped

Return of the Great One

The Ice Princess

Ewoks: Season I (Lucasfilm/Nelvana)

Episode 9: Sunstar vs. Shadowstone (adapted as The Shadow Stone: An Ewok Adventure; Random House)

Episode 10: Wicket's Wagon

Episode 11: The Three Lessons

Episode 12: Blue Harvest

Episode 13: Asha (adapted as The Red Ghost: An Ewok Adventure; Random House)

[Episodes 9-10 and 13 also on DVD in Animated Adventures: Ewoks: Tales from the Endor Woods)

Ewok Adventures (Lucasfilm DVD)

Caravan of Courage

[adapted in The Ewoks and the Lost Children; Random House]

The Battle for Endor

[adapted in The Ring, the Witch and the Crystal; Random House]

The Illustrated Star Wars Universe: Endor (Bantam)

The All-New Ewoks: Season 2 (Lucasfilm/Nelvana)

Episode 24: Just My Luck (flashback) (segment 1)

Episode 14: The Crystal Cloak (segment 1)

Episode 14: The Wish Plant (segment 2)

Episode 15: Home is Where the Shrieks Are (segment 1)

Episode 15: Princess Latara (segment 2)

Episode 16: The Raich

Episode 17: The Totem Master (segment 1)

Episode 17: A Gift for Shodu (segment 2)

Episode 18: Night of the Stranger

Episode 19: Gone with the Mimphs (segment 1)

Episode 19: The First Apprentice (segment 2)

Episode 20: Hard Sell (segment 1)

Episode 20: A Warrior and a Lurdo (segment 2)

Episode 21: The Season Scepter

Episode 21: Prow Beaten (segment 1)

Episode 22: Baga's Rival (segment 2)

Episode 23: Horville's Hut of Horrors (segment 1)

Episode 23: The Tragic Flute (segment 2)

Episode 24: Just My Luck (segment 1)

Episode 24: Bringing up Norky (segment 2)

Episode 26: Party Ewok (segment 1)

Episode 26: Malani the Warrior ( segment 2)

Episode 25: Battle for the Sunstar

Droids (Dark Horse)

Special

Droids #1–5

Droids (Galaxy Magazine #1: Topps)

Droids #6

[Issues #1-6, Special, and Droids collected in Droids: The Kalarba Adventures and Omnibus: Droids]

Droids (Dark Horse)

#1–4: Rebellion

[collected in Omnibus: Droids and Droids: Rebellion]

#5–8: Season of Revolt

[collected in Omnibus: Droids and Droids: Season of Revolt (UK-only)]

The Protocol Offensive (Dark Horse)

[collected in Omnibus: Droids)

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume #3: Rebel Dawn (Bantam-Spectra)

Chapter One: Winners and Losers

Chapter Two: Promises to Keep

Chapter Three: Mallatobuck

Chapter Four: Domestic Bliss and Other Complications

Rebel Alliance Sourcebook (Chapter One: Birth of the Rebellion)

Atrivis Sector

Regrouping Atrivis

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume #3: Rebel Dawn (Bantam-Spectra)

Chapter Five: From One Side of this Galaxy to the Other

Chapter Six: Farewell to Nar Shadda

Agent of the Empire: 1-5: Iron Eclipse (Dark Horse)

The Force Unleashed (Part 1: Imperial) (Del Rey)

The Force Unleashed (flashback: pages 21–52) (Dark Horse)

The Pit (The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook: Chapter Four: Jabba's Palace)



Tales #11: In the Beginning (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 3)

Visions of the Blade (online comic) (SoulCalibur IV; Namco Bandai Games)

Soulcalibur IV (Namco Bandai Games)



2 BBY

A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker: Chapter Five (Scholastic)

Star Wars #17: Crucible (flashback) (Marvel: reprinted in A Long Time Ago...Volume I: Doomworld and Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy; Dark Horse; )

Empire #8: Darklighter (pages 1–8) (Dark Horse; collected in Empire Volume Two: Darklighter, 30th Anniversary Collection Volume 7)

Tales #11: The Princess Leia Diaries (pages 11–12; trade pb: pages 157-158) (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 3)

Weapons Master (flashback) (Marvel Illustrated Book, a.k.a. Four New Adventures In Full Color; Marvel Star Wars UK #104-106)

Han Solo at Stars' End (Chapters 1–6) (Del Rey: collected in The Han Solo Adventures)

Han Solo at Stars' End (LA Times newspaper strip adaptation; webstrip #1-62)

[Reformatted as Classic Star Wars: Han Solo at Stars' End #1: collected in Classic Star Wars Volume 5: Han Solo at Stars' End]

Han Solo at Stars' End (Chapters 7–9) (Del Rey: collected in The Han Solo Adventures)

Han Solo at Stars' End (LA Times newspaper strip adaptation; webstrip #63-106)

[Reformatted as Classic Star Wars: Han Solo at Stars' End #2: collected in Classic Star Wars Volume 5: Han Solo at Stars' End]

Han Solo at Stars' End (Chapters 10–end) (Del Rey: collected in The Han Solo Adventures)

Han Solo at Stars' End (LA Times newspaper strip adaptation; webstrip #107-end)

[Reformatted as Classic Star Wars: Han Solo at Stars' End #3: collected in Classic Star Wars Volume 5: Han Solo at Stars' End]

Star Wars: The Original Radio Drama: Episode 2: Points of Origin ('Ralltiir' segment; pages 43-53, 1st entry, in Star Wars: The National Public Radio Dramatization; Del Rey) (National Public Radio)

Empire #5: Princess...Warrior (pages 1-12 coterminous with the story above) (Dark Horse: collected in Empire Volume 4: The Heart of the Rebellion)

Empire #6: Princess...Warrior (Dark Horse: collected in Empire Volume 4: The Heart of the Rebellion)

Star Wars: The Original Radio Drama: Episode 2: Points of Origin ('Discovery of the Death Star' segment; page 53, 2nd entry, to page 56, 5th entry, in Star Wars: The National Public Radio Dramatization; Del Rey) (National Public Radio)

The Force Unleashed (Part 2: Empirical) (Del Rey)

The Force Unleashed (flashback: pages 53–93) (Dark Horse)

The Force Unleashed (Part 3: Rebel) (Del Rey)

The Force Unleashed (flashback: pages 94–122) (Dark Horse)

The Force Unleashed (Dark Horse)

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume #3: Rebel Dawn (chapter 7) (Bantam)

Han Solo's Revenge (Del Rey: collected in The Han Solo Adventures)

The Han Solo Trilogy #3: Rebel Dawn (chapter 8) (Bantam)

Han Solo and the Lost Legacy (Del Rey: collected in The Han Solo Adventures)

Way of the Wookiee (Marvel Illustrated Book, a.k.a. Four New Adventures in Full Color; Marvel Star Wars UK #94-96)

A Decade of Dark Horse #2: This Crumb for Hire (Dark Horse)

Star Wars Annual #2: Shadeshine (flashback) (Marvel/ reprinted in A Long Time Ago... Volume 4: Screams in the Void; Dark Horse)

Tales #23: Lucky (flashback) (Dark Horsee; collected in Tales Volume 6)

The Force Unleashed II (Ballantine/Del Rey; Dark Horse)

Boba Fett: Enemy of the Empire #1–4 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 13: pages 132, 2nd ½ page–133) (Scholastic)

Adventure Journal (West End Games)

#2: Out of the Cradle (Hyperspace)

#2: Big Quince (flashback)

#3: When the Domino Falls (Hyperspace)

#7: Passages



1 BBY

12–4 months BBY

Empire #8: Darklighter (pages 9–16) (Dark Horse; collected in Empire Volume Two: Darklighter, 30th Anniversary Collection Volume 7)

Adventures: Han Solo and the Hollow Moon of Khorya (Dark Horse)

Death Star Technical Companion (West End Games)

Grand Moff Tarkin's Data Journal: Chapter One: A Brief History of the Death Star: Personal Data Journal Entry #529

Dark Forces: Soldier for the Empire (chapters 1–4) (Dark Horse/Boulevard; also an audio drama)

The Truce at Bakura Sourcebook (West End Games)

Chapter Six: Strangers with Sweets

Chapter Seven: Last Strike at G'rho

Wish You Were Here (Galaxy Guide I: A New Hope; The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

Mara Jade: By the Emperor's Hand #0 (Dark Horse: online comic collected in trade paperback)

Tales #1–2: Extinction (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 1)

Empire #1–4: Betrayal (Dark Horse: collected in Empire Volume 1: Betrayal)

Jabba the Hutt (Dark Horse)

#1: The Gaar Suppoon Hit

#2: The Hunger of Princess Nampi

#3: The Dynasty Trap

#4: Betrayal

[Issues 1-4 collected in Jabba the Hutt: The Art of the Deal]

Employment Test (Hyperspace; Galaxy Guide 5: Return of the Jedi; The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook: West End Games)

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume #3: Rebel Dawn (chapter 9) (Bantam)

Imperial Stormtrooper TK329 (Twitter.com)

Death Troopers (Del Rey)

Recovered Messages from the Imperial Prison Barge Purge

Letter from Zahara Cody, Chief Medical Officer, to Her Father, Teef Lan Cody

From Nox Xakarta to Illegible Recipient

Letter from Armo Drane to His Wife Tso Sook Drane

Important Message from the Imperial Corrections Service

From Kale Longo to Gilles Longo

From Trig Longo to Gilles Longo

From Dr. Cody to Her Father

Letter from Dugtroy Osck, AKA, Dugtroy the Header, AKA Dugtroy the Cruel, to Bottiff Einer, Known Associate

From Imperial Corrections Officer Ornar Zook, to his Wife Kai Zook, Hanna City, Chandrilla

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume #3: Rebel Dawn (chapters 10–11) (Bantam)

Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina: A Hunter's Fate: Greedo's Tale (chapters 4 – 7) (Bantam/ webstrip #22–68)

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume #3: Rebel Dawn (chapters 12–16, pg. 381; SFBC: up to 768, 1st section) (Bantam)

Tales from Jabba's Palace (Bantam)

A Boy and His Monster: The Rancor Keeper's Tale

Special Cargo

The Care and Feeding of a Rancor

Star Wars Sourcebook (West End Games)

A Rancor Comes to Tatooine (Chapter Nine)

Ortugg's Letter Home (Chapter Eight)

Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina:

A Hunter's Fate: Greedo's Tale (chapters 8–10, pg. 57, 1st section; SFBC: chapters 8–10, pg. 52, 1st section) (Bantam/webstrip #69–87)

Tales #6: The Hovel on Terk Street (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 2)

The Illustrated Star Wars Universe: Tatooine (Bantam)

Adventure Journal (West End Games)

#1: Breaking Free (Hyperspace)

#4: Tinian on Trial (reprinted in Tales from the Empire: Del Rey)

#9: Combat Moon (Hyperspace)

#13: The Occupation of Rhamalai

Rebel Bass (Gamer #6: Wizards of the Coast)

Deader than a Triton Moon (Hyperspace)

Korriban: Planet of Lost Souls (flashback) (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 1: Haunted Hideout

Part 2: Valley of Darkness

Part 3: The Dark Lord's Heart

Part 4: The Sith Shall Rise Again

Part 5: Sole Survivor

Hapes: Ladies First (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 1: Planet of the Amazons

Part 2: Return to the Planet of the Amazons

Part 3: Beneath the Planet of the Amazons

Part 4: Escape from the Planet of the Amazons

Imperial Sourcebook (West End Games)

Picutorion Viewed from the Top (Chapter Eight)

The Assault on Protazk (Chapter Eleven)

The Full Might of the Empire (Chapter Eight)

Death of a Rebel Base (Chapter Eleven)

A Salvager's Run (Chapter Eight)

Star Wars Sourcebook (West End Games)

Against the Pirate Armada (Chapter Three; Hyperspace)

The Promotion of Lieutenant Veers (Chapter Seven)

The Shame of Seggor Tels

Sorosuub Corporation Proclamation Number 137d

Death Star Technical Companion (West End Games)

First Impressions (Chapter Three)



3–1 months BBY

Death Star Technical Companion (West End Games)

Grand Moff Tarkin's Data Journal: Chapter One: A Brief History of the Death Star

Personal Data Journal Entry #572

Personal Data Journal Entry #574

Empire (Dark Horse)

#9: Darklighter (pages 19–end; trade pb: pages 87–90)

#10–11: The Short, Happy Life of Roons Sewell (trade pb: pages 90–end)

[Issues 9–11 collected as the backup feature in Empire Volume Two: Darklighter and 30th Anniversary Collection Volume 7]

X-wing: The Farlander Papers (Lucasarts: X-Wing; expanded in X-Wing: The Official Strategy Guide; Prima)

Dark Forces: Soldier for the Empire (chapters 5–7) (Dark Horse/Boulevard; encompasses Dark Forces: Mission I: Lucasarts home video game; also an audio-drama)

Lethal Alliance (Lucasarts)

Tales #9: Resurrection (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 3)

Death Star Technical Companion (West End Games)

Grand Moff Tarkin's Data Journal: Chapter One: A Brief History of the Death Star: Personal Data Journal Entry #612

The Lost Jedi: Book 1: Jedi Dawn (Boxtree Adventure Game Book, UK)

Spero's Flight (Shadows of the Empire Sourcebook: Chapter Four: The Fringe)

Star Wars: The Original Radio Drama: Episode 2: Points of Origin ('Dinner with Lord Tion' segment; page 56: 6th entry, to the end; Star Wars: The National Public Radio Dramatization; Del Rey) (National Public Radio)

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume #3: Rebel Dawn (chapter 16, pg. 382 – end of chapter; SFBC: 768, 2nd section – end of chapter) (Bantam)

Tales from the New Republic: Interlude at Darkknell (Bantam)

Empire #8: Darklighter (pages 17–end; trade pb: pages 18–22) (Dark Horse; collected in Empire Volume Two: Darklighter, 30th Anniversary Collection Volume 7)

A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker: Chapter Six (Scholastic)

Star Wars: The Original Radio Drama: Episode 1: A Wind to Shake the Stars (National Public Radio)

Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina (Bantam)

A Hunter's Fate: Greedo's Tale (chapter 10, pg. 57, 2nd section – chapter end; SFBC: chapter 10, pg. 52, 2nd section – chapter end) (webstrip #88–94)

Death Star (chapters 1–51) (Del Rey)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 13: page 134) (Scholastic)



Circa 2 BBY – 1 BBY

Star Wars Sourcebook (West End Games)

Iggjel and the Mother Jungle (Chapter Eight)

Song for a Fallen Nomad (Chapter Eight)

The Slug Named Grendel (Chapter Nine; Hyperspace)

The Briefing of Spacetrooper Platoon 243-XT (Chapter Twelve)

Wanderer of Worlds (Galaxy Magazine #9: Topps/ West End Games)

Adventure Journal (West End Games)

#6: Ringers (Hyperspace)

#10: Do No Harm (West End Games; Hyperspace)

Tales #19: The Value of Proper Intelligence to any Successful Military Campaign is Not to be Underestimated (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 5)



Classic Star Wars: Devilworlds #1: Flight of the Falcon (Dark Horse/ Marvel Star Wars UK #157)

Underworld: The Yavin Vassilika #1-5 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

Tales #16: Kessel Run (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 4)

Empire at War (Lucasarts home videogame)



0 BY

Star Wars: From the Adventures of Luke Skywalker (Del Rey; reprinted as Star Wars, Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope)

Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Star Wars: The Original Radio Drama: Episodes 3-13 (National Public Radio/ The NPR Dramatization)

Star Wars (Marvel)

#1: Star Wars

#2: Six Against the Galaxy

#3: Death Star

#4: In Battle with Darth Vader

#5: Lo, the Moons of Yavin

#6: Is This the Final Chapter?

[reprinted in Marvel Special Editions 1-3, Marvel Movie Showcase 1-2, Omnibus: A Long Time Ago... Volume 1, A Long Time Ago... Volume 1: Doomworld; Dark Horse]

Marvel Illustrated Version: Star Wars

Classic Star Wars: A New Hope #1-2 (Dark Horse)

Death Star (chapters 52–end) (Del Rey)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapters 14–16) (Scholastic)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Chapters 10–12) (Scholastic)

A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker: Chapter Seven (Scholastic)

Journal (Scholastic)

Captive to Evil

The Fight for Justice

Star Wars: A New Hope (Manga) (Dark Horse)

Star Wars: A New Hope: Special Edition #1-4 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

Clone Wars Adventures: Volume 2: Skywalkers (Dark Horse)

Choose Your Own Star Wars Adventure: A New Hope (Bantam/Skylark)

Droids #6-8 (Star Comics)

Lego Star Wars: Save the Galaxy (Scholastic)



During and Shortly After Episode IV: A New Hope

During this Time of Crisis... (The Imperial Sourcebook: Chapter 4: The Military; West End Games)

Empire (Dark Horse)

#9: Darklighter (pages 1–18; trade pb: pages 23–40)

#12: Darklighter

[Issues 9 and 12 collected in Empire Volume Two: Darklighter, 30th Anniversary Collection Volume 7]

X-wing Rogue Squadron #½ (Dark Horse; collected in X-wing Rogue Squadron: Requiem for a Rogue and Omnibus: X-Wing Rogue Squadron, volume 2)

Empire #15: Darklighter (trade pb: pages 63–84: end of section) (Dark Horse; collected in Empire Volume Two: Darklighter, 30th Anniversary Collection Volume 7)

Tales #10: Trooper (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 3)

Imperial Troop Transport (Kenner booklet)

The Han Solo Trilogy: Volume #3: Rebel Dawn (epilogue) (Bantam)

The Mos Eisley Cantina Pop-Up Book (Little, Brown & Company)

Cantina Communications (Hyperspace: Official Poster Monthly #16)

Artoo's Tale (Galaxy Guide I: A New Hope; The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

The Tatooine Debriefing (Galaxy Guide I: A New Hope; The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

Tales 12: Once Bitten (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 3)

Empire #13: What Sin Loyalty? (Dark Horse; collected in Empire Volume 3: The Imperial Perspective)

One that Got Away (Galaxy Guide I: A New Hope; The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

Double Vision (Galaxy Guide I: A New Hope; The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina (Bantam)

Drawing the Maps of Peace: The Moisture Farmer's Tale

We Don't Do Weddings: The Band's Tale

Empire Blues: the Devaronian's Tale

Hammertong: The Tale of the "Tonnika Sisters"

Play it Again Figrin D'an: The Tale of Muftak and Kabe

The Sand Tender: The Hammerhead's Tale

A Hunter's Fate: Greedo's Tale (chapter 11) ( webstrip #95–103)

Be Still My Heart: The Bartender's Tale

Soup's On: The Pipesmoker's Tale

Nightlily: The Lover's Tale

Swap Meet: The Jawa's Tale

Adventure Journal #11: Spare Parts (West End Games; Hyperspace)

Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina (Bantam)

Trade Winds: The Ranat's Tale

When the Desert Winds Turn: The Stormtrooper's Tale

At the Crossroads: The Spacer's Tale

Star Wars Sourcebook (West End Games)

Life in a Jawa Sandcrawler (flashback) (Chapter Eight)

Their Fire Has Gone Out of the Galaxy (Chapter Fifteen)

Dodonna's Story (Galaxy Guide I: A New Hope; The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

The Letter Home (Hyperspace; Galaxy Guide I: A New Hope; The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

No Longer of Any Concern...(The Imperial Sourcebook: Chapter 4: The Military; West End Games)



Circa Episode IV: A New Hope

Adventure Journal #1: Chessa’s Doom (flashback) (West End Games; Hyperspace)

Adventure Journal #3: Changing the Odds (West End Games)

Adventure Journal #5: A Bitter Winter (West End Games; Hyperspace)

Adventure Journal #6: To Fight another Day (West End Games; Hyperspace)



Infinities: A New Hope #1-4 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

Luke's Fate (Random House)

Tag & Bink Are Dead #1 (Dark Horse; collected in Tag & Bink Were Here)

Mutiny on the Rand Ecliptic (Hyperspace; Galaxy Guide 3: The Empire Strikes Back; The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

Tales (Dark Horse)

#1: Skippy, the Jedi Droid (collected in Tales Volume 1)

#14: Smuggler's Blues (collected in Tales Volume 4)

#16: The Long, Bad Day (collected in Tales Volume 4)

#19: The Rebel Club (collected in Tales Volume 5)



0 ABY (Zero Year)

0-6 months after Episode IV: A New Hope

Empire #14: The Savage Heart (pages 1–2) (Dark Horse: collected in Empire Volume 3: The Imperial Perspective)

Star Wars: The Day after the Death Star (Marvel Illustrated Book: Four New Adventures in Full Color; collected in Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy)

Star Wars Missions (Scholastic)

#1: Assault on Yavin Four

#2: Escape from Thyferra

#3: Attack on Delrakkin

#4: Destroy the Liquidator

Pizzazz (Marvel magazine)

The Keeper's World

#1: The Keeper's World

#2: The Keeper's World

#3: Dread Discovery

#4: A Matter of Monsters

#5: Pursuit Among the Ruins

#6: Do You Know What Your Children Are?

#7: Cavern of Mystery

#8: The Keeper's Secret
#9: The Final Fury

[issues 1-9 reprinted in Star Wars #0; Dark Horse]

War on Ice

#10: Kingdom of Ice

#11: The Snow Demons

#12: Treachery

#13: Death Trap

#14: Snow Fury

#15: The Ice Worm Cometh

#16: Showdown

War on Ice (conclusion to Pizzazz #16) (Marvel Illustrated Book: Four New Adventures in Full Color; Marvel Star Wars UK #60: Pursuit)

The Star Wars Sourcebook (West End Games)

Heroes and Villains (Chapter Fifteen)

Star Wars Newspaper Strip: Tatooine Sojourn (webstrip; reformatted in Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #4; Dark Horse)

[collected in Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures: Part 4]

Rebel Force (Scholastic)

1. Target

2. Ambush

3. Renegade

4. Firefight

5. Trapped

6. Uprising

7. (TBA)

8. (TBA)

9. (TBA)

10. (TBA)

The Illustrated Star Wars Universe: Dagobah (Bantam)

Ed. note

Editor's Postscript

Star Wars (Marvel)

#50: The Crimson Forever (Chapter II: Rage in the Red Nebula) (flashback) (collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 3: Resurrection of Evil; Dark Horse)

#7: New Planets, New Perils (collected in Omnibus: A Long Time Ago... Volume 1 and A Long Time Ago... Volume 1: Doomworld; Dark Horse)

Empire #16-18: To the Last Man (collected in Empire Volume 3: The Imperial Perspective; Dark Horse)

Star Wars (Marvel)

#8: Eight for Aduba-3

#9: Showdown on a Wasteland World

#10: Behemoth from the World Below

#11: Star Search!

#12: Doomworld

#13: Day of the Dragon Lords

#14: The Sound of Armageddon

#15: Star Duel

[Issues 8-15 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 1; Dark Horse)

#24: Silent Drifting

[collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 2: Dark Encounters; Dark Horse]

#16: The Hunter

#17: Crucible

[Issues 16-17 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 1: Doomworld and Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy; Dark Horse]

[Issues 8-17 & 24 collected in Omnibus: A Long Time Ago... Volume 1; Dark Horse]

Star Wars Kids (Scholastic magazine)

#1–5: The Rebel Thief (to page 3, panel 4)

#6–10: X-wing Marks the Spot

Empire #14: The Savage Heart (pages 3–end) (Dark Horse: collected in Empire Volume 3: The Imperial Perspective)

Star Wars (Marvel)

#18: The Empire Strikes

#19: The Ultimate Gamble

#20: Deathgame

[Issues 18-20 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 1; Dark Horse)

#21: Shadow of a Dark Lord

#22: To The Last Gladiator

#23: Flight Into Fury

[Issues 21-23 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 2: Dark Encounters; Dark Horse]

[Issues 18-23 collected in Omnibus: A Long Time Ago... Volume 1; Dark Horse]

Empire #7: Sacrifice (collected in Boba Fett: Man with a Mission; Dark Horse)

Star Wars Sourcebook (West End Games)

Balancing the Books (Chapter Fifteen; Hyperspace)

Imperial Communique #44582.15k (Chapter Fifteen)

Star Wars (Marvel)

#25: Siege at Yavin

#26: Doom Mission

[Issues 25-26 collected in Omnibus: A Long Time Ago... Volume 1; Dark Horse]

#27: Return of the Hunter

#28: What Ever Happened to Jabba the Hut?

#29: Dark Encounter

#30: A Princess Alone

#31: Return to Tatooine

#32: The Jawa Express

#33: Saber Clash

#34: Thunder in the Stars

[Issues 25-34 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 2: Dark Encounters; Dark Horse]

Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina: Doctor Death: The Tale of Dr. Evazan and Ponda Baba (Bantam)

Science Adventures (Scholastic)

#1: Emergency in Escape Pod Four

#2: Journey across Planet X

Jedi's Honor: A Solitaire Adventure (West End Games)

Star Wars Sourcebook (West End Games)

Imperial Communique #87341.36a (Chapter Fifteen)

Star Wars Missions (Scholastic)

#9: Revolt of the Battle Droids

#10: Showdown in Mos Eisley

#11: Bounty Hunters vs. Battle Droids

#12: The Vactooine Disaster

Crossing the Dark Lord (Galaxy Guide I: A New Hope; The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

Star Wars Missions (Scholastic)

#17: Darth Vader’s Return

#18: Rogue Squadron to the Rescue

#19: Bounty on Bonadan

#20: Total Destruction

Galaxy of Fear (Bantam)

#1: Eaten Alive

#2: City of the Dead

#3: Planet Plague

#4: The Nightmare Machine

#5: Ghost of the Jedi

#6: Army of Terror

Death in the Slave Pits of Lorrd (a Hyperspace exclusive)

Galaxy of Fear (Bantam)

#7: The Brain Spiders

#8: The Swarm

#9: Spore

#10: The Doomsday Ship

#11: Clones

#12: The Hunger

Tales #3: Lady Luck (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 1)

Star Wars Newspaper Strip

The Second Kessel Run (webstrip; reformatted in Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #6; Dark Horse)

[Collected in Classic Star Wars: Volume 4: The Early Adventures: Part 6]

Star Wars Newspaper Strips (Originally collected in Star Wars: Volumes 1-3; Russ Cochran)

The Bounty Hunter of Ord Mantell (webstrip)

Darth Vader Strikes (webstrip)

The Serpent Masters (webstrip)

Deadly Reunion (webstrip)

Traitor's Gambit (webstrip)

[Reformatted in Classic Star Wars 1-8; collected in Classic Star Wars: Volume One, re-titled In Deadly Pursuit and Classic Star Wars: Volume Two: The Rebel Storm]

The Night Beast (webstrip)

[Reformatted in Classic Star Wars 8-9; collected in Classic Star Wars: Volume Two: The Rebel Storm]

The Return of Ben Kenobi (webstrip; also collected in Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy)

[Reformatted in Classic Star Wars 9-10; collected in Classic Star Wars: Volume Two: The Rebel Storm and Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy]

Vader's Quest #1 (pages 1-3) (Dark Horse: collected in Vader's Quest, Omnibus: Early Victories)

Star Wars #35: Dark Lord's Gambit (page 1) (Marvel; collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 2: Dark Encounters; Dark Horse)

Vader's Quest #1 (pages 4-20) (Dark Horse: collected in Vader's Quest, Omnibus: Early Victories)

Star Wars #35: Dark Lord's Gambit (page 2) (Marvel; collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 2: Dark Encounters; Dark Horse)

Vader's Quest #1 (page 21-end) (Dark Horse: collected in Vader's Quest, Omnibus: Early Victories)

Classic Star Wars: Devilworlds #2: Tilotny Throws a Shape (Dark Horse/ Marvel Star Wars UK #154)

Star Wars #35: Dark Lord's Gambit (pages 3-11, panel 3; trade pb: pages 3-7, panel 3) (Marvel; collected in A Long Time Ago...Volume 2: Dark Encounters; Dark Horse)

Vader's Quest #2-4 (Dark Horse: collected in Vader's Quest, Omnibus: Early Victories)

Star Wars #70: The Stenax Shuffle (flashback) (Marvel; collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 5: Fool's Bounty; Dark Horse)

Star Wars Annual #1: The Long Hunt/A Duel of Eagles (Marvel)

[collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 2: Dark Encounters; Dark Horse]

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 17: to page 164) (Scholastic)

Star Wars (Marvel)

#35: Dark Lord's Gambit (page 11, panel 4-end; trade pb.: page 299)

#36: Red Queen Rising

#37: In Mortal Combat (excluding epilogue)

[Issues 35-37 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 2: Dark Encounters; Dark Horse]

Shadow Stalker (Dark Horse; Star Wars Galaxy magazine #9-12; collected in Omnibus: Early Victories)

Tales from Jabba's Palace: A Bad Feeling: The Tale of EV-9D9 (pg. 268 to 274, par. 1; SFBC: pg. 747 to 751, par. 3) (Bantam)

Classic Star Wars: Devilworlds #1: Dark Lord's Conscience (Dark Horse; Marvel Star Wars UK #155)

World of Fire (Marvel Illustrated Books: Star Wars 2: World of Fire; Marvel Star Wars UK #107-115)

Star Wars Newspaper Strip

Gambler's World (webstrip; reformatted in Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #1-3; Dark Horse)

[Collected in Classic Star Wars: Volume 4: The Early Adventures: Parts 1-3]

Star Wars #37: In Mortal Combat (epilogue only) (Marvel; reprinted in A Long Time Ago... Volume 2: Dark Encounters; Dark Horse)

Star Wars Kids #5: The Rebel Thief (page 3, panel 5–end)

Lando Calrissian: Idiot’s Array (a Hyperspace exclusive)

Star Wars Newspaper Strips

Princess Leia, Imperial Servant (webstrip; reformatted in Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #5; Dark Horse)

Bring Me the Children (webstrip; reformatted in Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #7; Dark Horse)

As Long as We Live (webstrip; reformatted in Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #8; Dark Horse)

The Frozen World of Ota (webstrip; reformatted in Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #9; Dark Horse)

[collected in Classic Star Wars: Volume 4: The Early Adventures: Parts 5, 7, 8 & 9; Dark Horse]

Planet of Kadril (webstrip)

Graveyard of Alderaan (West End Games roleplaying adventure)

Star Wars 3D #1 (Blackthorne Publishing Inc., Blackthorne 3-D Series #30)

The Bounty Hunter Wars (Bantam)

Book #1: The Mandalorian Armor (flashback: chapters four–six, eight–eleven, fourteen–seventeen)

Book #2: Slave Ship (flashback: chapters five–eight, ten–twelve, fifteen)

Book #3: Hard Merchandise (flashback: chapters four–six)

Star Wars Newspaper Strips (Originally collected in Star Wars: Volumes 1-3; Russ Cochran)

The Power Gem (webstrip)

Iceworld (webstrip)

[Reformatted in Classic Star Wars 10–12; collected in Classic Star Wars: Volume Two: The Rebel Storm]

A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker: Chapter Eight (Scholastic)

Star Wars Newspaper Strips (Originally collected in Star Wars: Volumes 1-3; Russ Cochran)

Revenge of the Jedi (webstrip)

Doom Mission

Race for Survival (Classic Star Wars #16: to page 3, panel 1; Cochran edition: to page 399)

[Reformatted in Classic Star Wars 12–16; collected in Classic Star Wars: Volume Two: The Rebel Storm and Volume Three: Escape to Hoth]

Star Wars Kids #16-20: Death Star Pirates (Scholastic magazine; reprinted in Tales #8; collected in Tales Volume 2; Dark Horse)

Star Wars Newspaper Strips (Originally collected in Star Wars: Volumes 1–3; Russ Cochran)

Race for Survival (Classic Star Wars #16: page 3, panel 2 – end; Cochran edition: page 400 – end)

The Paradise Detour

[Reformatted in Classic Star Wars 16–18; collected in Classic Star Wars: Volume Three: Escape to Hoth]

A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker: Chapter Nine (Scholastic)

Star Wars Newspaper Strips (Originally collected in Star Wars: Volumes 1–3; Russ Cochran)

A New Beginning

Showdown

The Final Trap

[Reformatted in Classic Star Wars 18–20; collected in Classic Star Wars: Volume Three: Escape to Hoth]

Adventure Journal #11 (West End Games)

The Most Dangerous Foe (Hyperspace)

Command Decision (Hyperspace)

Empire #19: Target: Vader (Dark Horse: collected in Empire Volume 3: The Imperial Perspective)

Allegiance (Del Rey)



7-12 months after Episode IV: A New Hope

Galaxy Guide 1: A New Hope (West End Games)

Across the Burning Sands of Tatooine (Hyperspace; reprinted in The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook)

Death Star Technical Companion (West End Games)

With All These TIES, Why Did We Win at Yavin? (Chapter Four)

Camie's Story (Hyperspace; Galaxy Guide 1: A New Hope; The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook: West End Games)

Rookies

Rendezvous (webstrip)

No Turning Back (webstrip)

Day Long Remembered (upcoming webstrip)

Boba Fett #½: Salvage (Wizard/Dark Horse: collected in Boba Fett: Enemy of the Empire)

Empire (Dark Horse)

#20-21: A Little Bit of Home

#22: Alone Together

[Issues 20-22 collected in Empire Volume 4: The Heart of the Rebellion]

River of Chaos (Dark Horse)

#1

#2: The Path to Honor

#3

#4

[Issues 1-4 collected in Omnibus: Early Victories and UK trade paperback]

Empire (Dark Horse)

#23: The Bravery of Being Out of Range

#24-25: Idiot's Array

#26-27: "General" Skywalker

[Issues 23-27 collected in Empire Volume 5: Allies and Adversaries, 26-27 also collected in Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy]

#28: Wreckage

[Issue 28 collected in Boba Fett: Man with a Mission]

#31: The Price of Power

#29-30: In the Shadows of their Fathers

#32-34: In the Shadows of their Fathers

[Issues 29-34 collected in Empire Volume 6: In the Shadows of their Fathers]

#35: A Model Officer

#36-40: The Wrong Side of the War

[Issues 35-40 collected in Empire Volume 7: The Wrong Side of the War; 36-40 also collected in Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy]

Rebellion (Dark Horse)

#0: Crossroads ("flipbook" includes Knights of the Old Republic #0)

#1-5: My Brother, My Enemy

[Issues 0-5 collected in Rebellion Volume 1: My Brother, My Enemy]

Boba Fett: Overkill (Dark Horse: collected in Boba Fett: Man with a Mission)

Tales #4: Sand Blasted (flashback: first four pages only) (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 1)

Rebellion (Dark Horse)

#6-10: The Ahakista Gambit

[Issues 6-10 collected in Rebellion Volume 2: The Ahakista Gambit]

#11–14: Small Victories

[Issues 11-14 collected in Rebellion Volume 3: Small Victories]

#15–16: Vector (parts 7–8)

[Issues 15-16 collected in Vector volume 2]

Dark Forces (Missions II to XIV; Lucasarts)

Untitled Sunday Strip (unofficially titled Return to Kashyyyk or The Kashyyyk Depths) (not yet reprinted)

The Constancia Affair (Originally untitled LA Times newspaper strip; KB Toys Comic Exclusive/ Kenner & Dark Horse)

The Star Wars Holiday Special (TV special) (Starlog 32-4-1 cartoon: ‘in-universe’ holodrama)

Galaxywide NewsNets (datapages 249–253) (Adventure Journal #5; West End Games)



Unspecified: 12 BBY – 1 ABY

Tales #7: Outbid but Never Outgunned (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 2)



1 ABY

Galaxywide NewsNets (datapages 254–271) (Adventure Journal #5; West End Games)

Star Wars Missions (Scholastic)

#5: The Hunt for Han Solo

#6: The Search for Grubba the Hutt

#7: Ithorian Invasion

#8: Tagorian Trap

Classic Star Wars: Devilworlds (Dark Horse)

#1: Blind Fury (Marvel Star Wars UK #159)

#2: The Pandora Effect (Marvel Star Wars UK #151)

Tales (Dark Horse)

#8: Captain Threepio

#21: Walking the Path that's Given

[Issue 8 collected in Tales Volume 2; issue 21 collected in Tales Volume 6)

Star Wars #38: Riders in the Void (Marvel; reprinted in A Long Time Ago... Volume 2: Dark Encounters and Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy; Dark Horse)

Star Wars 3D #3: The Dark Side of Dantooine (Blackthorne Publishing Inc., Blackthorne 3-D series #48)

Chewbacca #3: Chapter 6: Wedge or: A Pilot’s Anecdote (flashback) (Dark Horse: collected in Chewbacca and 30th Anniversary Collection)

Tales #18: Payback (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 5)

Star Wars Sourcebook (West End Games)

Life in a Jawa Sandcrawler (Chapter Eight)

Ackbar's Rescue (Chapter Eight)

Pearls in the Sand (Star Wars Insider #74, Paizo Publishing)

Galaxies: The Ruins of Dantooine (Del Rey)

The Millennium Falcon (Little-Brown pop-up book)

Star Wars Missions (Scholastic)

#13: Prisoner of the Nikto Pirates

#14: The Monsters of Dweem

#15: Voyage to the Underworld

#16: Imperial Jailbreak

Star Wars: Weapons Master (Marvel Illustrated Book: Four New Adventures in Full Color; Marvel Star Wars UK #104-106)

The Bloodstripe (Han Solo and the Corporate Sector Sourcebook: West End Games; Hyperspace)



Source Fiction and Source Material

Rebel Alliance Sourcebook (West End Games)

Imperial Sourcebook (West End Games)

Galaxy Guide I: A New Hope (West End Games)

Galaxy Guide 2: Yavin and Bespin (West End Games)

Death Star Technical Companion (West End Games)

Star Wars Galaxies (Lucasarts/Sony.com)

The Explorer's Guide to the Clone Relics (Star Wars Galaxies: The Total Experience; Prima Official Game Guide)

The Cries of Alderaan 1: Codes

The Cries of Alderaan 2: Loyalties

The Cries of Alderaan 3: Dead Eye

Alliance Operative Field Dossier - Skimmer

Jump to Lightspeed: Alliance Pilot Veizu T'ah (IGN.com)

Jump to Lightspeed: Pilot Initiate *name withheld* (IGN.com)

Trials of Obi-Wan Points of Interest

Galactic Biological Survey Project - Creatures of Mustafar

Treasures of Mustafar

Exploring Mustafar

A Hunter's Maps

Mystery on Gamma Station

Undercover in Mos Eisley

Jabba's Dirty Work

A Trail in the Desert

All Roads Lead to Jabba

Lost Treasure

Sickness of the Storm Lord

Dirty Deeds

Imperial Entanglements

Genetic Potential
Chapter 1: Corellian Captives

CorSec Database A-G

CorSec Database H-Z

Call to Arms! Fight for the Empire!

Call to Arms! Aid the Rebellion

Create your own Dazzling Fireworks!

Ruins of Restuss

It's Not My War!

Weapons don't start wars... You Do!

A Galaxy At War!

A Crisis of Allegiance

Freedom Station

Lucky Breaks

Finder's Keepers!

Keeping the Peace
Sait's Rebellion

Calling On All Artists

Discover Hoth!

Smoke 'Em Out

Move It or Lose It





RPG

Galaxy Guide 2: Yavin and Bespin (West End Games)

Adventure Outlines (Yavin)

S.O.S. – Plague

Corusca Caper

Operation Recovery

Parts is Parts

Corusca Stone Heist

Diving for Gems

Hide and Seek

Adventure Outlines (Bespin)

Lost and Found

Repair Funds

Miser's Treasure

Air Pirates

Turf Wars

Candilin Oranges



2 ABY

The Starhoppers of Aduba 3 (Gamer #4; Wizards of the Coast)

Splinter of the Mind's Eye (Del Rey)

Splinter of the Mind's Eye #1-4 (Dark Horse adaptation; collected in Splinter of the Mind's Eye, 30th Anniversary Collection, Omnibus: Early Victories and Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 17: page 166, par. 2–end) (Scholastic)

Han Solo's Rescue Mission (Fun Works storybook)

The Wookiee Storybook (Random House)

The Maverick Moon (Random House)

Double Cross on Ord Mantell (Galaxy Magazine #5: Topps/West End Games; Hyperspace)

Rebel Mission to Ord Mantell (Buena Vista records)

The Lost Jedi: Book 2: The Bounty Hunter (Boxtree Adventure Game Book, UK)

Tales of the Bounty Hunters (Bantam)

Therefore I Am: The Tale of IG-88 (chapters VI and VII)

Payback: The Tale of Dengar (Chapter One: The Rage)

Tales #6: The Hidden (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 2)

Adventures: Princess Leia and the Royal Ransom (Dark Horse)

Tales from the Empire (Bantam Anthology)

Side Trip (Parts One and Two) (Adventure Journal #12: West End Games; Hyperspace)

Side Trip (Parts Three and Four) (Adventure Journal #13: West End Games; Hyperspace)

In the Emperor's Service (Shadows of the Empire Sourcebook: Chapter Two: The Empire)

A Valentine Story: Breaking the Ice (Dark Horse: collected in Empire Volume 4: The Heart of the Rebellion)

Meltdown on Hoth (Little Golden Book)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 18: to page 172, par. 3) (Scholastic)

Star Wars Sourcebook (West End Games)

The History of the Quarren (from Death in the Undercity: The Quarren; West End Games; Hyperspace)

Adventure Journal #7: Old Corellian: A Guide for the Curious Scholar (West End Games)

The Black Sands of Socorro (West End Games)

The Battle of Turak IV (a Hyperspace exclusive)



Circa 0–2 ABY

(Not in strict chronological order)

Star Wars Sourcebook: Chapter Four: Ambush in Laramus

Tales from the Empire (Bantam anthology)

A Certain Point of View (Adventure Journal #8: West End Games; Hyperspace)

Imperial Double-Cross (West End Games)

Tales from the New Republic: The Last Hand (Bantam anthology; Adventure Journal #13: West End Games)

Adventure Journal (West End Games)

#3: Droid Trouble (Hyperspace)

#6: Swoop Gangs

#9: Lumrunners

#10: Only Droids Serve the Maker (Hyperspace)

#10: The Capture of Imperial Hazard (Hyperspace)

#12: Shape-shifters

#12: Idol Intentions

#12: Small Favors

#14: Crimson Bounty

#15: Alien Encounters: The Shard

#15: The Draw

#15: The Great Herdship Heist

Fair Prey (Gamer #1: Wizards of the Coast)

The Contact (Unpublished Adventure Journal story)

Just Business (Unpublished Adventure Journal story; available online)

Sandbound on Tatooine (Galaxy Magazine #10: Topps/ West End Games)

Priority: X (Galaxy Magazine #12: Topps/ West End Games; Hyperspace)

The Illustrated Star Wars Universe (Bantam)

Alderaan

Hoth

Bespin

Coruscant

Kessel: Hell in Space (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 1: Rotten to the Core

Part 2: In the Land of the Blind

Part 3: Hope in Darkness

Part 4: On the Moon

Part 5: The Warden

Coruscant: Center of the Empire (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 1: Bright Lights, Very Big City

Part 2: Heart of Ice

Part 3: Dangerous Pawns

Part 4: Eyes of Red and Blue

Yavin: The Big Red One (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 1: Giant

Part 2: Lucky Thirteen

Part 3: Crazy Eight

Part 4: Four Sighted

Part 5: Twenty-Two Catch

Galaxy Guide 4: Alien Races (West End Games)

Galaxy Guide 6: Tramp Freighters (West End Games)

Galaxy Guide 12: Aliens: Enemies and Allies (West End Games)

Cracken's Rebel Operatives (West End Games)

Galladinium's Fantastic Technology (West End Games)

Platt's Starport Guide (West End Games)

Whiskers (Rules of Engagement: The Rebel SpecForce Handbook: West End Games)

Heroes and Rogues (West End Games)

Irrefutable Logic

Live and In (Bleeding) Color

Thoughts on Rebellion

Just One Planetary Riot!

A Pleasure Doing Business With You...

This One's Going To Be Close

This Must Be the Place...

Underworld: A Galaxy of Scum and Villainy (Insider #89; IDG Entertainment)

Underworld Appendix: Swoops, Spice and Wretched Rogues (Hyperspace)

Galaxywide NewsNets (Adventure Journal #4-12; West End Games)

Galaxywide NewsNets (Truce at Bakura Sourcebook: chapter six)



RPG

Tatooine Manhunt (West End Games)

Flashpoint: Brak Sector (West End Games)



Manga Black: Perfect Evil: Part 1 (Tokyopop)

Manga Silver: Perfect Evil: Part 2 (Tokyopop)

Manga Black: Tantive IV (Tokyopop)

Manga Silver: Oh! Jawa Jawa (Tokyopop)

Scoundrel's Luck: Solitaire Adventure Starring Han Solo (West End Games)

Star Wars Kids #11-15: Imperial Spy (Scholastic magazine)

Star Wars 3-D #2: Havoc on Hoth (Blackthorne Comics)

Tales (Dark Horse)

#6: Junkheap Hero

[collected in Tales Volume 2]

#9: The Rebel Four

[collected in Tales Volume 3]

#14: The Emperor's Court

#16: Lunch Break

#16: Best Birthday Ever

[collected in Tales Volume 4]

#17: Planet of the Dead

#20: Melvin Fett

[collected in Tales Volume 5]

Rogue Squadron (Lucasarts home video game)

Battlefront: Renegade Squadron (Lucasarts home video game)



3 ABY

The Empire Strikes Back (Del Rey; reprinted as Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back)

Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

The Empire Strikes Back: The Original Radio Drama (National Public Radio/ The NPR Dramatization)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 18: page 172, par. 4–chapter 20: page 191) (Scholastic)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi: Chapter 13 (Scholastic)

A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker: Chapter Ten (Scholastic)

Star Wars #39-44 (Marvel; reprinted in Marvel Special Edition 2, Marvel Super Special 16, A Long Time Ago... Volume 3: Resurrection of Evil; Dark Horse)

Marvel Illustrated Version: The Empire Strikes Back

Classic Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back #1-2 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

Classic Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Special Edition (Dark Horse trade paperback)

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (Manga) (Dark Horse)



Shortly Before and During Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back

Tales of the Bounty Hunters (Bantam)

Therefore I Am: The Tale of IG-88 (chapters VIII to XI)

Payback: The Tale of Dengar (Chapter Two: The Hope)

The Prize Pelt: The Tale of Bossk

Of Possible Futures: The Tale of Zuckuss and 4-LOM

The Last One Standing: The Tale of Boba Fett (page 287, par. 2 – page 293, par. 5; SFBC: page 511, par. 4 – page 515, last par.)

Visionaries: Entrenched (flashback) (Dark Horse)

Tales (Dark Horse)

#4: Moment of Doubt (collected in Tales Volume 1)

#15: Slippery Slope (collected in Tales Volume 4)

#6: Thank the Maker (collected in Tales Volume 2)

Galaxy Guide 3: The Empire Strikes Back (West End Games)

The Probing Eye of the Empire (The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

The Horror by Night (The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

One Step Ahead

In the Trenches (The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

A Plan of Desperation (The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

Running the Gauntlet (The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

Mutiny on the Rand Ecliptic (Hyperspace; The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook: West End Games)

It's Not My Fault

A Droid's Eye View (The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

Meeting a Dark Lord (The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

Hoth Transit

The Asteroid Belt

Little Girl Lost (The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook; West End Games)

Shadows of the Empire Sourcebook (West End Games)

Chapter One: The Rebel Alliance

Droids Can't Fly (Hyperspace)

Chapter Two: The Empire

Temporary Reassignment

Up the Intelligence Ladder

Galaxy Guide 3: The Empire Strikes Back (West End Games)



RPG

Freedom No More (Galaxy Guide 3: The Empire Strikes Back; West End Games)



Infinities: The Empire Strikes Back #1-4 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

Lego Star Wars: The Han Solo Affair (Treehouse Animation)

Tag & Bink Are Dead #2 (Dark Horse; collected in Tag & Bink Were Here)

Tales (Dark Horse)

#5: Hoth

#17: Ghosts of Hoth

[Issue 5 collected in Tales Volume 2; Issue 17 collected in Tales Volume 5]



3 ABY

Dark Voyage to Tatooine (The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook: Chapter Four: Jabba's Palace; West End Games)

Shadows of the Empire #1 (trade pb: pages 1-30) (Dark Horse: collected in trade pb and Omnibus: Shadows of the Empire and Kenner's Shadows of the Empire Special)

Battle of the Bounty Hunters (Page 1-5) (Dark Horse pop-up comic)

Tales of the Bounty Hunters: Therefore I Am: The Tale of IG-88 (chapters XII and XIII/ chapter XII synopsized in Battle of the Bounty Hunters) (Bantam)

The Emperor's Trophy (Galaxy Magazine #11: Topps/ West End Games; Hyperspace)

Star Wars (Marvel)

#45: Death Probe

Star Wars #141: The Dreams of Cody Sunn-Childe (Marvel UK)

Star Wars (Marvel)

#47: Droid World (adapted by Buena Vista Records)

#48: The Third Law

#49: The Last Jedi

[Issues 45-49 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 3: Resurrection of Evil; Dark Horse]

Velmor: Royalty and Rebellion (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 1: A Diplomatic Report

Part 2: The Favorite Son

Part 3: An Elegant Weapon

Part 4: Hail to the King

Aargau: For All Your Banking Needs (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 1: Three Simple Laws

Part 2: Secure Lines of Credit

Part 3: Now 99% Crime Free

Part 4: Checks, Balances and Overdrafts

The Inquest World Guide to Bespin (Inquest #26; Wizard Press)

Tales #15: Lucky Stars (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 4)

Star Wars #149: Death-Masque (Marvel UK) (reprinted in Marvel UK: 1983 Summer Special)

Classic Star Wars: Devilworlds #2: Rust Never Sleeps (Dark Horse; Marvel Star Wars UK #156 and Summer Special)

Classic Star Wars: Devilworlds #1: Dark Knight's Devilry (Dark Horse; Marvel Star Wars UK #153)

Star Wars #50 (Marvel; collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 3: Resurrection of Evil; Dark Horse)

The Crimson Forever

Against the Scarlet Night

Luke Skywalker's Race against Time (Fun Works storybook)

Permission Granted (Shadows of the Empire Sourcebook: Chapter One: The Rebel Alliance)

Star Wars (Marvel)

#51: Resurrection of Evil

#52: To Take the Tarkin

[Issues 51-52 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 3: Resurrection of Evil; Dark Horse]

#86: The Alderaan Factor

[Issue 86 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 6: Wookiee World; Dark Horse]

#53: The Last Gift from Alderaan/ A Stranger Among Us

#54: Starfire Rising

[Issues 53-54 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 3: Resurrection of Evil; Dark Horse]

#55: Plif (adapted by Buena Vista Records as Planet of the Hoojibs)

#56: Coffin in the Clouds

#57: Hello Bespin, Goodbye

[Issues 55-57 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 4: Screams in the Void; Dark Horse]

Arbra: Sanctuary in the Storm: Part 1: Hole in the Ground (Wizards of the Coast website)

Star Wars (Marvel)

#64: Serphidian Eyes

Annual #2: Shadeshine

#58: Sundown

#59: Bazarre

#60: Shira's Story

[Issues 64, Annual 2 and 58-60 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 4: Screams in the Void and Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy; Dark Horse]

Arbra: Sanctuary in the Storm: Part 4: Rebels in Disguise (Wizards of the Coast website)

Star Wars (Marvel)

#61: Screams in the Void

#62: Pariah

#63: The Mind Spider

#65: Golrath Never Forgets

#66: The Water Bandits

#67: The Darker

[Issues 61-67 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 4: Screams in the Void; 62-62 also collected in Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy; Dark Horse]

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (chapter 17: pages 165–166, par. 1) (Scholastic)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Scholastic)

Prologue

Chapter One: Interlude

Shadows of the Empire (chapter 1) (Bantam)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Scholastic)

Chapter Four: Interlude

Chapter Five: Interlude

Chapter Eleven: Interlude

Chapter Twelve: Interlude

Shadows of the Empire (chapters 2–5: page 44: 1st ½ page) (Bantam)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Scholastic)

Chapter Fourteen (to page 203, par. 5)

Shadows of the Empire (chapter 5: page 44: 2nd ½ page) (Bantam)

Shadows of the Empire #2 (pages 1–4) (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback and Omnibus: Shadows of the Empire and Kenner's Shadows of the Empire Special)

Shadows of the Empire (Galoob Micro-Machines Mini-Comic)

Shadows of the Empire (chapters 6–11) (Bantam)

Shadows of the Empire #2 (pages 5–end) (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback and Omnibus: Shadows of the Empire and Kenner's Shadows of the Empire Special)

Shadows of the Empire (chapters 12–13) (Bantam)

Shadows of the Empire #3 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback and Omnibus: Shadows of the Empire)

Shadows of the Empire (chapters 14–16) (Bantam)

Shadows of the Empire (ERTL Model Kit Mini-Comic)

Shadows of the Empire (chapters 17–22) (Bantam)

Shadows of the Empire #4 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback and Omnibus: Shadows of the Empire)

Shadows of the Empire (chapters 23–29) (Bantam)

Shadows of the Empire #5 (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback and Omnibus: Shadows of the Empire)

Shadows of the Empire (chapters 30 – Epilogue: 1st half) (Bantam)

Shadows of the Empire #6 (pages 1–20; trade pb.: pages 127–146) (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback and Omnibus: Shadows of the Empire)

Battle of the Bounty Hunters (page 6–10) (Dark Horse pop-up comic)

Shadows of the Empire #6 (page 21; trade pb.: page 147) (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback and Omnibus: Shadows of the Empire)

Battle of the Bounty Hunters (page 11–12) (Dark Horse pop-up comic)

Shadows of the Empire #6 (page 22 – end; trade pb.: page 148 – end) (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback and Omnibus: Shadows of the Empire)

Star Wars (Marvel)

#68: The Search Begins

#69: Death in the City of Bone

#70: The Stenax Shuffle

#71: Return to Stenos

#72: Fool's Bounty

#73: Lashbane

#74: The Iskalon Effect

#75: Tidal

#76: Artoo-Detoo to the Rescue

#77: Chanteuse of the Stars

[Issues 68-77 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 5: Fool's Bounty; Dark Horse]

Arbra: Sanctuary in the Storm: Part 3: The Darker (Wizards of the Coast website)

Star Wars (Marvel)

#79: The Big Con

#80: Ellie

Annual #3: The Apprentice

[Issues 79-80 and Annual 3 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 5: Fool's Bounty; Dark Horse]

The New Republic Campaign (RPG scenario) (Polyhedron #86; RPGA Network: TSR, Inc.)

The Bounty Hunters: Scoundrel’s Wages (Dark Horse: collected in The Bounty Hunters)

Star Wars Kids #12: The Gambler’s Quest (Scholastic; second series)

Shiny as a Droid (Random House)

Tales (Dark Horse)

#6: The Max Rebo Band in: "A Hot Time in the Cold Town Tonite!"

#8: The One That Got Away (flashback)

[collected in Tales Volume 2]

Shadows of the Empire: Epilogue (2nd half) (Bantam)



Circa 3 ABY

(Not in strict chronological order)

Tales from Mos Eisley (Dark Horse; Star Wars Galaxy magazine #2-4; collected in Omnibus: Early Victories)

Tales from the Empire: Slaying Dragons (Bantam anthology; Adventure Journal #9: West End Games; Hyperspace)

Tales from the New Republic (Bantam anthology)

The Longest Fall (Adventure Journal #11: West End Games; Hyperspace)

Uhl Eharl Khoehng (Adventure Journal #8: West End Games; Hyperspace)

TIE-Fighter: The Stele Chronicles (novella in Lucasarts game)

A Path to Victory (X-Wing Alliance: Part 2; Prima's Strategy Guide)

Hunting the Hunters (Galaxy Magazine #6: Topps/ West End Games; Hyperspace)

Adventure Journal (West End Games)

#1: Escape from Balis-Baurgh (flashback) (Hyperspace)

#2: A World to Conquer

#6: Finder's Fee (Hyperspace)

#8: Firepower (Hyperspace)

#10: Desperate Measures

#13: Special Ops- Shipjackers

#14: Special Ops- Drop Points

#14: The Breath of Gelgelar (Hyperspace)

Tales #7: Nerf Herder (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 2)

Manaan: Depths of History (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 1: Backwater

Part 2: Whatever Happened to the Selkath

Part 3: The Order of Shasa

Part 4: Blades of Rebellion

Wretched Hives of Scum and Villainy (West End Games)

Galaxywide NewsNets (Adventure Journal #13-14; West End Games)

Galaxy Guide 9: Fragments from the Rim (West End Games)

Defend the Empire (Lego Brickmaster March/April 2010)





Star Wars #78: Hoth Stuff (Marvel; reprinted in A Long Time Ago... Volume 5: Fool's Bounty; Dark Horse) (See Hoth: Under the Ice, part 3: Merchants of Death)

Star Wars 3-D #6: Spies of Botha (unpublished script; Blackthorne Comics)

Tales (Dark Horse)

#10: Skreej

#20: Who's Your Daddy

#20: Hunger Pains

[Issue 10 collected in Tales Volume 3; Issue 20 collected in Tales Volume 5]

Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader (Lucasarts home video game)

Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike (Lucasarts home video game)



4 ABY

Return of the Jedi (Del Rey; reprinted as Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi)

Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (Scholastic/Borders Exclusive)

Return of the Jedi: The Original Radio Drama (National Public Radio/ The NPR Dramatization)

Return of the Jedi (Marvel; reprinted as Super Special #27: Return of the Jedi)

#1: In the Hands of Jabba the Hutt

#2: The Emperor Commands

#3: Mission to Endor

#4: The Final Duel

Marvel Illustrated Version of Return of the Jedi

Classic Star Wars: Return of the Jedi #1-2 (Dark Horse: collected in Classic Star Wars: Return of the Jedi)

Star Wars: Return of the Jedi #1-4 (Manga) (Dark Horse)



Shortly Before, During and After Episode VI: Return of the Jedi

Tales from Jabba's Palace (Bantam)

A Boy and his Monster: The Rancor Keeper's Tale

General Dentistry

A Game of Fetch

Lunchtime Beneath the Jaws

In the Monster's Lair

Bad Timing

Taster's Choice: The Tale of Jabba's Chef

That's Entertainment: The Tale of Salacious Crumb

A Time to Mourn, A Time to Dance: Oola's Tale

Let Us Prey: A Whiphid's Tale

Sleight of Hand: The Tale of Mara Jade

Mara Jade: By the Emperor's Hand (Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback and Omnibus: Shadows of the Empire)

#1 (pages 1-9 abbreviate Sleight of Hand: The Tale of Mara Jade)

#2

Jabba's Palace Pop-Up Book (Little, Brown & Company)

Tales from Jabba's Palace (Bantam)

And Then There Were Some:

The Gamorrean Guard's Tale

Old Friends: Ephant Mon's Tale

Goatgrass: the Tale of Ree-Yees

And the Band Played On: The Band's Tale

Tales #2: Stop that Jawa! (Dark Horse; collected in Tales Volume 1)

Journal: Hero for Hire (Scholastic)

Tales of the Bounty Hunters (Bantam)

The Last One Standing: The Tale of Boba Fett (pg. 293: ½ page – pg. 301, par. 3; SFBC: page 515: last par. – pg.521: ½ page)

Tales from Jabba's Palace (Bantam)

Of the Day's Annoyances: Bib Fortuna's Tale

The Great God Quay: The Tale of Barada and the Weequays

A Bad Feeling: The Tale of EV-9D9 (pg. 274 – end; SFBC: pg. 751: par. 4 – end)

A Free Quarren in the Palace: Tessek's Tale

Tongue-Tied: Bubo's Tale

Out of the Closet: The Assassin's Tale

Shaara and the Sarlacc: The Skiff Guard's Tale

Tales of the Bounty Hunters: Payback: The Tale of Dengar (Chapter Three: Loneliness – Four: The Teeth of Tatooine, pg.143, par. 1; SFBC pg. 407: par. 11) (Bantam)

Tales #6: Fortune, Fate, and the Natural History of the Sarlacc (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 2)

Tales from Jabba's Palace (Bantam)

Skin Deep: The Fat Dancer's Tale

Epilogue: Whatever Became Of ... ?

Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina: One Last Night in the Mos Eisley Cantina: The Tale of the Wolfman and the Lamproid (Bantam)

The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook (West End Games)

Chapter One: Heroes and Villains

The Capture of Luke Skywalker

Chapter Four: The Rebel Fleet

Gambler's Run

The Briefing of Red Group

Chapter Four: Endor

Night Attack (Hyperspace; Galaxy Guide 5: Return of the Jedi; West End Games)

The New Republic Campaign (RPG scenario) (Polyhedron #90; RPGA Network: TSR, Inc.)

Tales of the Bounty Hunters: The Tale of IG-88 (chapters XIV – end) (Bantam)

Visionaries: Entrenched (Dark Horse)

Manga Silver: Phantasmagoria (Tokyopop)

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (Scholastic)

Prologue

Chapter Five: Interlude

Chapter Eleven: Interlude

Chapter Sixteen: Interlude

Chapter 20: Interlude

Chapter 21

Chapter 22

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Scholastic)

Chapter Fourteen (page 203, par. 6–end)



Infinities: Return of the Jedi #1–4 (Dark Horse)

The Return of Tag & Bink: Special Edition (Dark Horse; collected in Tag & Bink Were Here)

Tales #12: The Revenge of Tag & Bink (Dark Horse; collected in Tales Volume 3)

Manga Silver: Vader vs. Artoo and Threepio (Tokyopop)

Il Potere della Forza (Hasbro)

Lego Star Wars: Sail Barge Breakout! (Lego Brickmaster Magazine, Sept/Oct 2006)



4 ABY

The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook (West End Games)

Chapter Four: Endor

The Ewok Defenses

Imperial Scouting Party

The Truce at Bakura Sourcebook: The Deposition of General Solo (Hyperspace)

The Truce at Bakura (Bantam)

Star Wars #81: Jawas of Doom (Marvel; collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 5: Fool's Bounty; Dark Horse)

Tales from Jabba's Palace: A Barve Like That: The Tale of Boba Fett (Bantam)

Tales of the Bounty Hunters: Payback: The Tale of Dengar (Chapter Four: The Teeth of Tatooine, pg. 143: par. 2 – end; SFBC: pg. 407: par. 12 – end) (Bantam)

The Bounty Hunter Wars (Bantam)

Book #1: The Mandalorian Armor (chapters one – three; seven, twelve – thirteen, eighteen – end)

The Dark Empire Sourcebook (West End Games)

The Ordeal of Boba Fett (Hyperspace; Chapter Three: The Fringe: pages 52-53)

Back in Business (Chapter Six: Starships)

The Bounty Hunter Wars (Bantam)

Book #2: Slave Ship (chapters one – four, nine, thirteen – fourteen, sixteen)

Book #3: Hard Merchandise (chapters one – three, seven – end)

Tales (Dark Horse)

#10: A Wookiee Scorned

#15: Do or Do Not

[Issue 10 collected in Tales Volume 3; issue 15 collected in Tales Volume 4)

Star Wars (Marvel)

#82: Diplomacy

#83: Sweetheart Contract

#84: Seoul Searching

#85: The Hero

#87: Still Active After All These Years

#88: Figurehead

[Issues 82-88 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 6: Wookiee World; Dark Horse]

Arbra: Sanctuary in the Storm: Part 2: Judge Him Not by his Size (Wizards of the Coast website)

Star Wars #90: The Choice (to page 12; trade pb.: to page 210) (Marvel; collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 6: Wookiee World; Dark Horse)

The Truce at Bakura Sourcebook (Chapter 3: The Alliance of Free Planets) (West End Games)

Star Wars (Marvel)

#90: The Choice (page 13 – end; trade pb.: page 211– 219)

#91: Wookiee World

#89: I'll See You in the Throne Room

[Issues 89-91 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 6: Wookiee World; Dark Horse]

Vandelhelm: Enemies and Alloys: Part 1: File Vandelhelm-LC/hsnn (Wizards of the Coast website)

Star Wars #98: Supply and Demand (Marvel)

[Issue 98 reprinted in Classic Star Wars: The Vandelhelm Mission; collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 7: Far, Far Away; Dark Horse)

Tales #23: Lucky (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 6)

Crystal Web Space Station (RPG scenario) (Polyhedron #90; RPGA Network: TSR, Inc.)

Heritage of the Sith (Insider #88; IDG Entertainment)

Star Wars (Marvel)

#92: The Dream

#93: Catspaw

#94: Small Wars

#95: No Zeltrons

[Issues 92-95 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 6: Wookiee World; 95 also collected in Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy; Dark Horse]

#96: Duel with a Dark Lord

#97: Escape

#101: Far, Far Away

#99: Touch of the Goddess

#100: First Strike

#102: School Spirit

#103: Tai

#104: Nagais and Dolls

#105: The Party's Over

#106: My Hiromi

[Issues 96-97, 99-106 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 7: Far, Far Away; 96-97 also collected in Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy; Dark Horse]

Shadows of the Empire: Evolution #1–5 (Dark Horse; collected in trade paperback and Omnibus: Shadows of the Empire)

Star Wars (Marvel)

#107: All Together Now

[Issue 107 collected in A Long Time Ago... Volume 7: Far, Far Away]

Mystery of the Rebellious Robot (Random House)

Tales #4: Spare Parts (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 1)

Droids Apple Jacks comic (Dark Horse)

Adventures in Colors and Shapes (Random House)

X-wing Rogue Squadron (Apple Jacks Special) (Dark Horse: collected in Omnibus: X-Wing Rogue Squadron:Vol.2 and X-Wing Rogue Squadron: Battleground Tatooine)

The Pit of Carkoon (The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook: Chapter Four: Jabba's Palace; West End Games)

The Jabba Tape (Dark Horse; Galaxy magazine #13 and Galaxy Collector #1–3)

Mara Jade: By the Emperor's Hand #3–6 (Dark Horse: collected in Mara Jade: By the Emperor's Hand and Omnibus: Shadows of the Empire)

Tales #1: Mara Jade: A Night on the Town (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 1)

Handoff (Gamer #10: Wizards of the Coast; Hyperspace)

Tales #4: Sand Blasted (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 1)

The Luminous Bantha (RPG scenario) (Polyhedron #94; RPGA Network: TSR, Inc.)

Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor (Del Rey)

The Black Fleet Crisis: Book #1: Before the Storm (Prologue) (Bantam)

X-Wing Rogue Leader #1–3 (Dark Horse: collected in Omnibus: X-Wing Rogue Squadron: Volume 1)

X-wing Rogue Squadron (Dark Horse)

#1–4: The Rebel Opposition

#5–8: The Phantom Affair

[Issues 1-8 collected in Omnibus: X-Wing Rogue Squadron: Volume 1]

#9–12: Battleground: Tatooine

#13–16: The Warrior Princess

#17–20: Requiem for a Rogue

[Issues 9-20 collected in Omnibus: X-Wing Rogue Squadron: Volume 2]



Circa 4 ABY

(Not in strict chronological order)

Tales #3: Three against the Galaxy (Dark Horse: also collected in Tales Volume 1)

The First Core World (Heroes and Rogues: West End Games)

A Credit for Your Thoughts (Gamer #2: Wizards of the Coast)

Carida: Heavy Duty: Parts 1 - 4 (includes: Weight Training; Boot Camp; War Games; Cadets Gone Wild) (Wizards of the Coast website)

The Star Wars Intergalactic Passport (Ballantine Books)

Star Tours (simulator theme ride; Lucasfilm/The Walt Disney Company)



RPG

Heroes and Rogues (Heroes and Rogues: Chapter Five: West End Games)



Tales (Dark Horse)

#12: A Day in the Life

[Issue 12 collected in Tales Volume 3]

#18: Number Two in the Galaxy

#20: Problem Solvers

#20: Fred Jawa

[Issue 18 and 20 collected in Tales Volume 5]



5 ABY

A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker (Scholastic)

Prologue

Chapter Three: Interlude

Chapter Seven: Interlude

Chapter Nine: Interlude

Chapter Ten: Interlude

Chapters Eleven – Epilogue

Buyer's Market (Insider #126; Titan)

X-wing Rogue Squadron (Dark Horse)

#21-24: In the Empire’s Service

[Issues 21-24 collected in Omnibus: X-Wing Rogue Squadron: Volume #3 and X-wing Rogue Squadron: In the Empire's Service]

#25: The Making of Baron Fel

#26-27: Family Ties

[Issues 25-27 collected in Omnibus: X-Wing Rogue Squadron: Volume #3 and X-wing Rogue Squadron: Blood and Honor)

#28-31: Masquerade

[Issues 28-31 collected in Omnibus: X-Wing Rogue Squadron: Volume #3 and X-Wing Rogue Squadron: Masquerade]

#32-35: Mandatory Retirement

[Issues 32-35 collected in Omnibus: X-Wing Rogue Squadron: Volume #3 and X-Wing Rogue Squadron: Mandatory Retirement)

Prophets of the Dark Side (first section) (Polyhedron #103; RPGA Network: TSR, Inc.)

The Glove of Darth Vader: Book #1 (Bantam-Skylark)

The Lost City of the Jedi: Book #2 (Bantam-Skylark)

Zorba the Hutt's Revenge: Book #3 (Bantam-Skylark)

Mission from Mount Yoda: Book #4 (Bantam-Skylark)

Queen of the Empire: Book #5 (Bantam-Skylark)

Prophets of the Dark Side: Book #6 (Bantam-Skylark)

Chewbacca #3: Chapter 7: Lando or: A Bet (flashback) (Dark Horse: collected in Chewbacca and 30th Anniversary Collection)

Tales (Dark Horse)

#10: Free Memory

#19: Collapsing New Empires

[Issue 10 collected in Tales Volume 3; Issue 19 collected in Tales Volume 5)

Dark Forces (Dark Horse/Boulevard graphic novel)

Rebel Agent (incorporates Lucasarts home video game Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II)

Jedi Knight (incorporates Lucasarts home video game Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part One: History and Holocrons: Battle of Ruusan

Jodo Kast & Dengar: Preying for Time (unpublished Adventure Journal story)

Boba Fett: Twin Engines of Destruction (Dark Horse; Galaxy magazine #5-8; collected in Bounty Hunters)

Tales #22: Marooned (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 6)

Lumiya, Dark Star of the Empire (Galaxy Magazine #3: Topps/ West End Games; Hyperspace)

Zeltros: Pleasure Planet (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 1: Who Doesn't Like Zeltrons

Part 2: The King and Queen of Hearts

Part 3: Just a Cafarel

Part 4: I, Hiromi

Part 5: The Zeltron Who Cried

Hoth: Under the Ice (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 1: Snowflake Base

Part 2: Steady, Girl

Part 3: Merchants of Death

Part 4: A Brief Thaw

Tales from the Empire: Missed Chance (Bantam anthology; Adventure Journal #7: West End Games; Hyperspace)

Tales (Dark Horse)

#5: Lando’s Commandos: On Eagles’ Wings

#8: The One That Got Away

[Issues 5 and 8 collected in Tales Volume 2]



Circa 5 and 6 ABY (The following are not necessarily in strict chronological order)

Monsters and Aliens from George Lucas (Harry N. Abrams Inc., Publishers)

Galactic Phrase Book & Travel Guide (Del Rey)

Tales from the New Republic (Bantam anthology)

Gathering Shadows

Day of the Sepulchral Night (Adventure Journal #13: West End Games; Hyperspace)

Adventure Journal (West End Games)

#1: Escape from Balis-Baurgh (Hyperspace)

#3: Blasters for Hire

#4: It’s a Gambler’s Life

#5: One of a Kind (Hyperspace)

#6: Kella Rand, Reporting... (Hyperspace)

#9: Easy Credits

The Battle of Cadinth (Galaxy Magazine #2: Topps/ West End Games; Hyperspace)

Emanations of Darkness (part 1) (part 2) (Online sequel to The Final Exit)



6-7 ABY

Fists of Ion (a Hyperspace exclusive)

X-wing (Bantam)

Book #1: Rogue Squadron

Book #2: Wedge's Gamble

Book #3: The Krytos Trap

Book #4: The Bacta War

Book #5: Wraith Squadron

Book #6: Iron Fist

Book #7: Solo Command



7 ABY

Adventure Journal #1: Chessa’s Doom (West End Games; Hyperspace)

Adventure Journal #2: Big Quince (West End Games)



Circa 6-7 ABY

(Not in strict chronological order)

Adventure Journal (West End Games)

#1: A Glimmer of Hope (Hyperspace)

#3: Explosive Developments

#4: Starter’s Tale

#5: Vengeance Strike

Wanted by Cracken (West End Games)



RPG

The Prize: A Scout Adventure (Galaxy Guide 8: Scouts: West End Games)



8 ABY

Crossroads (a Hyperspace exclusive)

The Courtship of Princess Leia (Bantam)

Cracken's Threat Dossier: Chapter One: The Hapan Cluster Incident (West End Games)

Corphelion Interlude (Random House/ Del Rey; collected in Tatooine Ghost paperback.)

The Mixed-Up Droid (T.W. Kids audio-comic set/ Dark Horse)

Tales from the Empire: First Contact (Bantam anthology; Adventure Journal #1: West End Games; Hyperspace)

A Forest Apart (Del Rey e-book; collected in Tatooine Ghost paperback.)

Tatooine Ghost (Del Rey)

The Trouble with Squibs (Insider #67: Wizards of the Coast; Hyperspace)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Six: Tatooine Childhood

Tales #17: Phantom Menaces (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 5)

Tales #18: Being Boba Fett (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 5)

Beheboth: Blood and Water (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 1: Return to Prosperity

Part 2: Who Slew Berl Matoone?

Part 3: The Tirrith Trap

Part 4: Hit and Mist



Circa 8 ABY (The following are not necessarily in strict chronological order)

Tales from the New Republic (Bantam anthology)

Hutt and Seek

Conflict of Interest (Adventure Journal #13: West End Games)

Adventure Journal (West End Games)

#2: Whispers in the Dark (Hyperspace)

#3: Mission to Zila (Hyperspace)

Galaxy Guide 8: Scouts (West End Games)

The DarkStryder Campaign: The Saga Begins (West End Games)



9 ABY

Heir to the Empire (Bantam)

Heir to the Empire #1–6 (adaptation; Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (epilogue) (Scholastic)

Wanted by Cracken...Update (Inphobia #53; White Wolf Publishing)

Dark Force Rising (Bantam)

Dark Force Rising #1–6 (adaptation; Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

The Last Command (Bantam)

The Last Command #1–6 (adaptation; Dark Horse: collected in trade paperback)

X-wing: Book #8: Isard’s Revenge (Bantam)

Adventure Journal #6: Rendezvous with Destiny (West End Games; Hyperspace)

The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook (West End Games)

The Despotica Reader (frame story) (from Xim Week: The Despotica, parts I – IV; Hyperspace)

Evocar (Xim Week: The Despotica: Part IV: Evocar; Hyperspace)



Circa 9 ABY

(Not in strict chronological order)

Tales from the Empire (Bantam anthology)

Retreat from Coruscant (Adventure Journal #7: West End Games; Hyperspace)

Blaze of Glory (Adventure Journal #8: West End Games; Hyperspace)

Adventure Journal (West End Games)

#4: Shadows of Darkness (Hyperspace)

#15: Laughter after Dark



10 ABY

Boba Fett (Dark Horse)

Bounty on Bar-Kooda

Boba Fett #2: When the Fat Lady Swings

Boba Fett #3: Murder Most Foul

[Issues 2-3 and Bounty on Bar-Kooda collected in Boba Fett: Death, Lies and Treachery and 30th Anniversary Collection]

Agent of Doom

[collected in Boba Fett: Man with a Mission]

The Dark Empire Sourcebook (West End Games)

A Rebel's Job is Never Done (Chapter One: The New Republic)

Eyewitness to Apocalypse (Chapter Five: Planets)

Down and Out on Coruscant (Chapter One: The New Republic)

Chapter Three: The Fringe (box on page 57)

Dark Empire (Dark Horse)

#1: The Destiny of a Jedi

#2: Devastator of Worlds

#3: The Battle for Calamari

#4: Confrontation on the Smuggler's Moon

#5: Emperor Reborn

#6: Fate of a Galaxy

[Issues 1-6 collected in Dark Empire, audio-drama, and Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy; Dark Horse]

The Dark Empire Sourcebook (West End Games)

Chapter One: The New Republic: Admiral Ackbar

Chapter Seven: The World Devastators (page 108)

From the Dark Side Compendium (Insider online; Hyperspace)

Lightsider (unpublished – bridges Dark Empire I and II)

Dark Empire II #1–6 (Dark Horse: collected in Dark Empire II)

Tales from the New Republic: No Disintegrations, Please (Bantam anthology; Adventure Journal #14: West End Games)

Empire's End #1–2 (Dark Horse: collected in Empire's End and 2nd edition of Dark Empire II)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part One: History and Holocrons: The Demise of Palpatine

The History of Xim and the Tion Cluster (Hyperspace: Xim Week)



Circa 10 ABY

Adventure Journal #12: Betrayal by Knight (West End Games; Hyperspace)



11 ABY

Crimson Empire (Dark Horse)

#1

#0 (online)

#2–6

[Issues 1-6 collected in trade paperback, audio-drama, and 30th Anniversary Collection)

The Bounty Hunters: Kenix Kil (Dark Horse: also collected in Bounty Hunters)

Crimson Empire II: Council of Blood #1-6 (Dark Horse: collected in Crimson Empire II: Council of Blood)

Dark Horse Extra #21-24: Hard Currency

Tales #16: The Other (flashback) (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 4)

The Jedi Academy Sourcebook (West End Games)

A Paradigm Shift (Chapter One: The New Republic)

A Change of Command (Chapter One: The New Republic)

Cutting Ties (Chapter One: The New Republic)

Reflections (Chapter Three: The Jedi Academy)

The Illustrated Star Wars Universe: Yavin 4 (Bantam)

I, Jedi (chapter 1 to 6) (Bantam)

The Jedi Academy: Volume 1: Jedi Search (Bantam)

Adventure Journal #15: Firestorm (West End Games)

I, Jedi (chapter 7 to 8) (Bantam)

Jedi Knight II: Outcast: NRI Reports (Lucasarts.com)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: Detecting Jedi Powers

Part Two: Training Lightsabers

Part Two: Burst of Speed

Part Two: Illustrious Lightsabers (pages 105-7)

The Jedi Academy: Volume 2: Dark Apprentice (Bantam)

I, Jedi (chapter 9 to 21) (Bantam)

The Jedi Academy: Volume 3: Champions of the Force (Bantam)

I, Jedi (chapter 22 to end) (Bantam)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: Jedi Spirits

Part Three: Under Exar Kun's Influence

Part Three: Luke Skywalker on the Dark Side

Part Two: Improvised Lightsabers

Part Six: Podracer Champion

Tales #16: The Other (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 4)

Tales from the New Republic: Simple Tricks (Bantam anthology)

Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith (Lucasarts home video game)



Circa 11 ABY

Adventure Journal (West End Games)

#14: From the Files of Corellia Antilles

#15: Two for One

Love is a Warm Blaster (unpublished Adventure Journal story; online)



12 ABY

Children of the Jedi (Bantam)

Darksaber (Bantam)

Adventure Journal #14: Murder in Slushtime (West End Games; Hyperspace)

Jedi Academy: Leviathan #1–4 (Dark Horse: collected in Jedi Academy: Leviathan)

Castaways of Endor (a Hyperspace exclusive)

Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast (Lucasarts home video game)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Three: The Emperor's Hand (italic text only)



RPG

Rebel Jedi (Wizards of the Coast)

Nightsaber: Rebel Jedi Part II (Wizards of the Coast)



13 ABY

Planet of Twilight (Bantam)

X-wing: Book 9: Starfighters of Adumar (Bantam)

Shades of Gray: From the Adventures of Alex Winger (Hyperspace)



14 ABY

Tales #8: The Secret Tales of Luke’s Hand (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 2)

The Crystal Star (Bantam)

Tales from the New Republic: Jade Solitaire (Bantam anthology)

Tales #11: Tall Tales (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 3)

Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy (Lucasarts home video game)

Vandelhelm: Enemies and Alloys (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 2: Venerated

Part 3: Solo Class

Part 4: The Demands of Supply

Bespin: Action Tidings (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 1: Live from the Surface

Part 2: That Den o' Human Iniquity

Part 3: The High Human o' Cloud City

Part 4: The Empire's Ugly Nose

Part 5: An Exclusive!



Circa 14 ABY

The Wildlife of Star Wars: A Field Guide (Chronicle Books)



16 ABY

The Black Fleet Crisis (Bantam)

Book #1: Before the Storm

Book #2: Shield of Lies

Book #3: Tyrant's Test

Cracken's Threat Dossier: Chapter Two: The Black Fleet Crisis (West End Games)



17 ABY

The New Rebellion (Bantam)

Diplomatic Corps Entrance Exam (Bantam)



18 ABY

The Corellian Trilogy (Bantam)

Book #1: Ambush at Corellia

Book #2: Assault at Selonia

Book #3: Showdown at Centerpoint

Cracken's Threat Dossier: Chapter Three: The Corellian Incident (West End Games)

Adumar: Pilots Wanted (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 1: The Art of the Duel

Part 2: Four is Green-Lighted

Part 3: Three, Ready for a Furball

Part 4: Two Standing by, One Hundred Percent

Part 5: Leader has Two Lit and in the Green



19 ABY

Tales of the Bounty Hunters (Bantam)

The Last One Standing: The Tale of Boba Fett (pg. 301: 2nd ½ page – end; SFBC: pg. 521: 2nd ½ page – end)

The Hand of Thrawn (Bantam)

Volume #1: Specter of the Past

Volume #2: Vision of the Future

Union #1-4 (Dark Horse: collected in Union and 30th Anniversary Collection)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Five: Aiing-Tii (italic text only)



Circa 19 ABY

Red Sky, Blue Flame (Gamer #7: Wizards of the Coast)



20-21 ABY

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part One: History and Holocrons: The Resurrection of Exar Kun

Star Wars Fairy Tales (unpublished)

#1: Jaina and the Hanadak

#2: The Twins and the Taloden



22 ABY

Junior Jedi Knights (Boulevard)

#1: The Golden Globe

#2: Lyric's World

#3: Promises

#4: Anakin's Quest

#5: Vader's Fortress

#6: Kenobi's Blade

Fool's Bargain (Del Rey E-book; collected in Survivor's Quest paperback)

Judge's Call (Random House/Del Rey; online)

Survivor's Quest (Del Rey)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Five: Sorcerers of Tund



23-24 ABY

Young Jedi Knights (Boulevard)

#1: Heirs of the Force

#2: Shadow Academy (to chapter 20, paragraph 29)

[collected in Jedi Shadow: Berkley-Jam; and Rise of the Shadow Academy; Science Fiction Book Club]

Legacy of the Force: Book IX: Invincible (prologue) (flashback) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Young Jedi Knights (Boulevard)

#2: Shadow Academy (chapter 20, paragraph 30–end)

#3: The Lost Ones

[Books 2-3 collected in Jedi Shadow; Berkley-Jam]

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: Lightsaber Construction

Young Jedi Knights (Boulevard)

#4: Lightsabers (to chapter 6)

[collected in Jedi Sunrise: Berkley-Jam; and Rise of the Shadow Academy; Science Fiction Book Club]

Legacy of the Force: Book IX: Invincible (between chapters 10 and 11) (flashback) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Young Jedi Knights (Boulevard)

#5: Darkest Knight

#6: Jedi under Siege

[Books 5-6 collected in Jedi Sunrise: Berkley-Jam; and Rise of the Shadow Academy; Science Fiction Book Club]

#7: Shards of Alderaan

#8: Diversity Alliance

#9: Delusions of Grandeur

#10: Jedi Bounty

#11: The Emperor's Plague

[Books 7-11 collected in The Fall of the Diversity Alliance; Science Fiction Book Club]



25 ABY

Young Jedi Knights (Boulevard)

#12: Return to Ord Mantell

#13: Trouble in Cloud City

#14: Crisis on Crystal Reef

[Books 12-14 collected in Under Black Sun; Science Fiction Book Club]

The Crystal (Gamer #5: Wizards of the Coast; Hyperspace)

Tales #14: Apocalypse Endor (Dark Horse: also collected in Tales Volume 4)

Evil Never Dies: The Sith Dynasties (Insider Online: Hyperspace)

The Unknown Soldier: The Story of General Grievous (Insider #86; IDG Entertainment)

Lord of War: The Story of General Grievous (Insider Online: Hyperspace)

The History of the Mandalorians (Insider #80; IDG Entertainment)

The Mandalorians: People and Culture (Insider #86; IDG Entertainment)

Boba Fett: A Practical Man (pages 1-41, par. 5) (Del Rey e-book; collected in Legacy of the Force: Book V: Sacrifice)



Circa 9–25 ABY

The Inquest World Guide to Tatooine (Inquest #23; Wizard Press)



Tales #19: Into the Great Unknown (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume. 5)



25–30 ABY

The New Jedi Order: Vector Prime (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Chewbacca #1 (Dark Horse: collected in Chewbacca and 30th Anniversary Collection)

Chapter 1: Mallatobuck

Chapter 2: Attichitcuk or: A Father's Sorrow

Chewbacca #2

Chapter 3: Ssoh or: A Slaver's Lot

Chapter 4: Mala Mala or: A Chance Encounter

Chapter 5: Turrdko or: Breaking a Custom

Chewbacca #3

Chapter 6: Wedge or: A Pilot's Anecdote

Chapter 7: Lando or: A Bet

Chapter 8: Leia or: Grief and Guilt

Chewbacca #4

Chapter 9: Luke or: The Boy I Once Was

Chapter 10: Han or: An Empty Galaxy

[Issue 4: Chapter 9 also reprinted in Luke Skywalker: Last Hope for the Galaxy; Dark Horse]

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Two: Battle-Meld

Invasion (Dark Horse)

#0–5: Refugees (Dark Horse)

Boba Fett: A Practical Man (page 41, par. 6 – end) (Del Rey e-book; collected in Legacy of the Force: Book V: Sacrifice)

Tales #18: Revenants (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 5)

The New Jedi Order (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Dark Tide

#1: Onslaught

#2: Ruin (to chapter 34)

Legacy of the Force: Book IX: Invincible (between chapters 19 and 20) (flashback) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

The New Jedi Order (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Dark Tide #2: Ruin (chapters 35–end)

Agents of Chaos

#1: Hero’s Trial

#2: Jedi Eclipse

Balance Point

Recovery (collected in the Star by Star paperback)

Edge of Victory

#1: Conquest

#2: Rebirth

Emissary of the Void (Wizards of the Coast; Hyperspace)

I: Battle on Bonadan (Gamer 8)

II: Dark Tidings (Gamer 9)

III: The War on Wayland (Gamer 10)

Episode IV: Relic of Ruin (Insider #62)

Episode V: A Perilous Plan (Insider #63)

Episode VI (Insider #64)

The New Jedi Order (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Star by Star

Dark Journey (chapter 1 to 21, pg. 231, par. 3)

The Apprentice (section 1) (Gamer 8: Wizards of the Coast; Hyperspace)

The New Jedi Order

Dark Journey (chapter 21, pg. 232, par.9)

The Apprentice (section 2 – retelling of above fragment − end) (Gamer 8: Wizards of the Coast; Hyperspace)

The New Jedi Order

Dark Journey (chapter 21, pg. 232, last paragraph − end) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Enemy Lines

#1: Rebel Dream

#2: Rebel Stand

Traitor

Destiny’s Way (to chapter 21)

Ylesia (collected in the Dark Nest I paperback)

Destiny’s Way (chapter 22 – end)

Tales #21: Equals and Opposites (Dark Horse; collected in Tales Volume 6)

The New Jedi Order

Force Heretic

#1: Remnant

#2: Refugee

#3: Reunion

Or Die Trying (Insider #75: Wizards of the Coast; Hyperspace)

The Final Prophecy

The Unifying Force

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part One: History and Holocrons: The Yuuzhan Vong

Part Two: The Jedi: Healing

Part Two: The Jedi: The New Jedi Order

Part Five: Other Force Using Organizations: Baran Do Sages

Pa

31–34 ABY

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Droids, Technology and the Force: A Clash of Phenomena (Insider online)

The New Essential Guide to Droids (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Visionaries: Celestia Galactica: Photografica (Dark Horse)

The Dark Forces Saga (Wizards of the Coast website)

Part 1

Part 2: Unsung Heroes of the Light

Part 3: Pride of the Dark Side

Part 4: Of the Crudest Matter

Part 5: Two Peas in a Pod

Part 6: Outcasts and Megalomaniacs Welcome



35–36 ABY

The Dark Nest (Del Rey/Ballantine)

I: The Joiner King

II: The Unseen Queen

III: The Swarm War

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part One: History and Holocrons: The Galactic Civil War

Part Two: The Jedi: The Force as a Source of Energy

Part Five: Other Force Using Organizations: Fallanassi

Part Six: The Chosen One: Forbidden Love (pages 216-20)

The New Essential Chronology (Del Rey/Ballantine)



Tales #19: The Lost Lightsaber (Dark Horse: collected in Tales Volume 5)



38 ABY

Fate of the Jedi: Imprint (Del Rey/Ballantine; Hyperspace Exclusive)



40 ABY

Legacy of the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Book I: Betrayal

Book II: Bloodlines

Book III: Tempest

Book IV: Exile

Book V: Sacrifice

Book VI: Inferno

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Legacy of the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Book VII: Fury



41 ABY

Legacy of the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Book VIII: Revelation

Book IX: Invincible

The Essential Atlas (excluding epilogue) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Blood Oath (cancelled; Del Rey/Ballantine)

Crosscurrent (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Riptide (Del Rey/Ballantine)

First Blood (Insider #125; Titan)

The History of Xim and the Tion Cluster (pages 8–10: Significant Worlds of the Tion Cluster and the Historical Greater Tion) (Hyperspace: Xim Week)



42 ABY

Millennium Falcon (frame and chapters seven – fourteen, sixteen-nineteen) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Fate of the Jedi (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Book I: Outcast: Chapters One to Ten

Letter from Ben (Borders exclusive e-postcard; Del Rey/Ballantine)

Book I: Outcast: Chapters Eleven to Eighteen, third page, second paragraph

Letter from Ben 2 (Amazon exclusive e-postcard; Del Rey/Ballantine)

Book I: Outcast: Chapter Eighteen, third page, third paragraph to End

Letter from Ben 3 (Barnes & Noble exclusive e-postcard; Del Rey/Ballantine)

Book II: Omen

Book III: Abyss

Book IV: Backlash

Book V: Allies

Book VI: Vortex

Book VII: Conviction

Book VIII

Book IX



104 ABY

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Praji (a Hyperspace exclusive)



130 ABY

Legacy (Dark Horse)

#1: Broken

#8: Allies

[Issue 1 collected in Legacy: Broken and 30th Anniversary Collection; Issue #8 collected in Legacy: Shards)

Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Part Six: The Chosen One: Afterword



137 ABY

Legacy (Dark Horse)

#2–3: Broken

#4: Noob

#5–7: Broken

[Issues 2-3 and 5-7 collected in Legacy: Volume 1: Broken and 30th Anniversary Collection)

#9–10: Trust Issues

#11–12: Ghosts

#13: Ready to Die

[Issues 4 and 9-13 collected in Legacy: Volume 2: Shards)

#14–19: Claws of the Dragon

[Issues #14-19 collected in Legacy Volume 3: Claws of the Dragon]

#20–21: Indomitable

#22: Wrath of the Dragon

[Issues #20-22 collected in Legacy Volume 4: Alliance]

#23–24: Loyalties

#25–26: The Hidden Temple

[Issues #23-26 collected in Legacy Volume 5: The Hidden Temple]

#27: Into the Core

#28–31: Vector

[Issues #27 collected in Legacy Volume 4: Alliance; Issues 28-31 collected in Vector volume 2]

#32–33: Fight Another Day

#34–35: Storms

#36: Renegade

[Issues #32-36 collected in Legacy Volume 7: Storms]

#37–40: Tatooine

#41: Rogue's End

[Issues #37-41 collected in Legacy Volume 8: Tatooine]

#42: Divided Loyalties

The Essential Atlas (epilogue) (Del Rey/Ballantine)

Legacy (Dark Horse)

#43-46: Monster

[Issues #42-46 collected in Legacy Volume 9: Monster]

#47: The Fate of Dac

#48-50: Extremes

[Issues #47-50 collected in Legacy Volume 10: Extremes]



138 ABY

Legacy: War #1-6 (Dark Horse)



Tales #19: Storyteller (Dark Horse: also collected in Tales Volume 5)



N/A

Visionaries: The Fourth Precept (Dark Horse)

Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk (Public Safety Ad for the U.S. Department of Transportation; 1979)

A Message From A Distant Galaxy Far, Far Away (Public Safety Ad for smoking for the U.S. Department of Health, Education & Welfare)

Immunization (Public Safety Ad for the U.S. Department of Health, Education & Welfare)



R2-D2's Tales from the Databanks (Marvel Summer Special 1985; Marvel UK)

TuralyonW3
10-30-2012, 09:29 PM
that will catch you up

Starla
10-30-2012, 09:33 PM
star wars sucks

Even the old ones? :cool:

Order 66
10-30-2012, 09:37 PM
the prequels way OD'd on the jedi/sith bullshit and all the annoying, forced PADAWAN type dialogue that came with it, it was really fucking grating. There have been plenty of cool Star Wars stories that have been done outside the movies about non-Jedi, so it could definitely work. unfortunately they won't try this and we will inevitably get three more movies of MIDICHLORIAN PADAWAN DARK SIDE bullshit

well remember before the pequels there never was much info on the jedi per their customs and whatnot. i don't think the newer movies would go that in-depth since its already established

killtrocity
10-30-2012, 09:39 PM
what about Indiana Jones? None of the headlines even mentioned it. ACtually nevermind fuck that. #4 pretty much answered that. Then there's LucasArts which is included in the deal. Which is a plus because the last good Star Wars games came out 10 years ago.

Soooo what do you guys think: they gonna try to round up the original crew?

killtrocity
10-30-2012, 09:46 PM
http://www.wordandfilm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/harrison-ford-getty.jpg
Age 70

http://thr3.pgmcdn.net/sites/default/files/imagecache/thumbnail_570x321/2011/08/carrie_a_l.jpg
Age 56

http://topnews.in/usa/files/mark-hamill.jpg
Age 61

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/0c/Billy_Dee_Williams_by_Gage_Skidmore.jpg/220px-Billy_Dee_Williams_by_Gage_Skidmore.jpg
Age 75



Are any of these people willing to reprise their roles and are they capable of acting anymore?

reprise85
10-30-2012, 09:48 PM
Even the old ones? :cool:

yeah but they suck less

TuralyonW3
10-30-2012, 10:40 PM
carrie and mark have a year to lose the fuckin weight before filming starts

Order 66
10-30-2012, 10:44 PM
like i said i really, really doubt that cast will return. for one there have been rumors about an episode 7 for months, and its been said it'll take place further down the timeline. also its the most iconic cast in film history, putting them back up there after 35 years would just feel cheap no matter how good the script is. i mean, as cynical as i am about lucas i don't think even he would go there

Order 66
10-30-2012, 10:49 PM
what about Indiana Jones? None of the headlines even mentioned it. ACtually nevermind fuck that. #4 pretty much answered that.



last time i checked indy 5 was well under way. they allegedly learned from the sins the last time around.

i thought the last one was fine up until when they got to south america and the movie became an hour-long disneyland ride

TuralyonW3
10-30-2012, 10:51 PM
I saw Raiders when they re-released it recently...it was really my first proper viewing, since i'd only seen fragments here and there growing up.

It was so great, and it made me realize that crystal skull was even fucking worse than I thought it was before.

Order 66
10-30-2012, 11:01 PM
yeah i had an indy marathon recently. watching raiders back to back with crystal skull was fucking jarring. i don't expect them to ever go near topping raiders... but geez

TuralyonW3
10-30-2012, 11:07 PM
http://welldonefillet.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/Jarel-Binks.jpg

Order 66
10-30-2012, 11:23 PM
'everybody's favorite character, jim jam'

http://bp2.blogger.com/_imQE8DshbAw/SA6dQXnFpUI/AAAAAAAAAB4/ft3BfyOS2k0/s400/jim-jam-cereal.jpg

TuralyonW3
10-30-2012, 11:31 PM
http://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/604046_10151113588402747_1967228962_n.jpg

TuralyonW3
10-30-2012, 11:31 PM
did Monte make that

Starla
10-30-2012, 11:32 PM
That can't be Carrie Fisher. Looks nothing like her at all.

BlissedandGone2
10-30-2012, 11:38 PM
But what of the future of the Monkey Island franchise???

TuralyonW3
10-31-2012, 12:05 AM
http://thr3.pgmcdn.net/sites/default/files/imagecache/thumbnail_570x321/2011/08/carrie_a_l.jpg
Age 56



http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/54/File_Carrie_Fisher_at_WonderCon_2009_4.jpg/220px-File_Carrie_Fisher_at_WonderCon_2009_4.jpg

Order 66
10-31-2012, 12:06 AM
well she did like mountains of coke

TuralyonW3
10-31-2012, 12:09 AM
http://images5.fanpop.com/image/photos/27300000/Princess-Leia-slave-women-of-star-wars-27308485-689-955.jpg

Order 66
10-31-2012, 12:17 AM
hot stuff

http://www3.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/Mark+Hamill+Comic+Con+International+2012+Stan+FwUO AgbCXtEx.jpg

Order 66
10-31-2012, 12:18 AM
i always wondered why he only does voice work now

scottytheoneand
10-31-2012, 05:37 AM
while the new films are originating with story lines from Lucas, what's to keep Disney from rebooting the franchise in 10 or 15 years.

scottytheoneand
10-31-2012, 05:39 AM
i always wondered why he only does voice work now

check out IMBD. His voice over credits from the past 15 years are crazy

I bet he's done better financially than everyone except Harrison Ford

killtrocity
10-31-2012, 08:57 AM
like i said i really, really doubt that cast will return. for one there have been rumors about an episode 7 for months, and its been said it'll take place further down the timeline. also its the most iconic cast in film history, putting them back up there after 35 years would just feel cheap no matter how good the script is. i mean, as cynical as i am about lucas i don't think even he would go there

I bet they at least get Luke. Even if it's just a cameo. Isn't he around 70 in the most recent books?

last time i checked indy 5 was well under way. they allegedly learned from the sins the last time around.

i thought the last one was fine up until when they got to south america and the movie became an hour-long disneyland ride

What about the nuking of the fridge? I thought it was supposed to imply that he was immortal after drinking from the holy grail, but the person I saw it with was like no dude, they destroyed the temple... so idk.

scottytheoneand
10-31-2012, 09:20 AM
I thought the next indy movie was supposed to star that douche from Transformers

Order 66
10-31-2012, 09:22 AM
alot of people bitch about the fridge and the cgi and the aliens... i didnt have qualms with any of that. indiana jones was never cutting edge reality and the cgi wasnt that obvious. its just what they did with it. pretty much every character was a cardboard cut out, you dont care or know wat the crystal skull is all about unlike the grail and holy ark. they really pissed it all away when it could have been fairly decent

scottytheoneand
10-31-2012, 09:24 AM
I'd rather have a bit of CGI in the appropriate places than puppets and plastic toy models suspended from strings.

Order 66
10-31-2012, 09:25 AM
I thought the next indy movie was supposed to star that douche from Transformers

he's going to be in it but it's still starring harrison ford as indy. also spielberg wants to do a prequel (with whats probably a different younger actor) but i dunno if that'll get off the ground

scottytheoneand
10-31-2012, 09:27 AM
go watch Indy 2 or the original Star Wars trillogy. FX seemed cool at the time, but there's a reason that Lucas digitally remastered those films. The blue screening process was horrible. It would be distracting to watch it today, especially at home on HD screens.

scottytheoneand
10-31-2012, 09:28 AM
he's going to be in it but it's still starring harrison ford as indy. also spielberg wants to do a prequel (with whats probably a different younger actor) but i dunno if that'll get off the ground

prequel?

The Young Indiana Jones tv show was coll. It would be hard to top that.

killtrocity
10-31-2012, 10:47 AM
while the new films are originating with story lines from Lucas, what's to keep Disney from rebooting the franchise in 10 or 15 years.

This is my biggest concern

Nimrod's Son
10-31-2012, 12:42 PM
http://www.wordandfilm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/harrison-ford-getty.jpg
Age 70

http://thr3.pgmcdn.net/sites/default/files/imagecache/thumbnail_570x321/2011/08/carrie_a_l.jpg
Age 56

http://topnews.in/usa/files/mark-hamill.jpg
Age 61

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/0c/Billy_Dee_Williams_by_Gage_Skidmore.jpg/220px-Billy_Dee_Williams_by_Gage_Skidmore.jpg
Age 75



Are any of these people willing to reprise their roles and are they capable of acting anymore?
Ford's pretty much said he doesn't have interest for years. Fisher maybe, Hamil probably, Williams definitely

Nimrod's Son
10-31-2012, 12:44 PM
I bet they at least get Luke. Even if it's just a cameo. Isn't he around 70 in the most recent books?



What about the nuking of the fridge? I thought it was supposed to imply that he was immortal after drinking from the holy grail, but the person I saw it with was like no dude, they destroyed the temple... so idk.

You had to keep drinking from it to retain immortality, thus his dad died.

Nimrod's Son
10-31-2012, 12:45 PM
I'd rather have a bit of CGI in the appropriate places than puppets and plastic toy models suspended from strings.

Bullshit. The effects in Raiders look more real than the ones in Crystal Skull

Future Boy
10-31-2012, 12:48 PM
Ford did Crystal Skull, he can be talked into anything

Future Boy
10-31-2012, 12:51 PM
You had to keep drinking from it to retain immortality, thus his dad died.

the grail couldnt leave the temple, she tried taking it out-temple collapsed, and thats why they're not immortal.

scottytheoneand
10-31-2012, 12:57 PM
Bullshit. The effects in Raiders look more real than the ones in Crystal Skull

go watch the Temple of Doom. Horrible shitty green screening throughout the movie.

here's one horrible scene

<iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/LUaULtsNOkc" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

scottytheoneand
10-31-2012, 12:58 PM
the mine car chase scene from that movie is terrible as well. couldn't find it on youtube.



CGI can be done poorly, but if done well it can do things the stop motion and green screen tech never could.

Catherine Wheel
10-31-2012, 05:08 PM
Someone said this on this site http://www.aintitcool.com Thought it was funny.

"George Lucas and Anakin Skywalker...

prodigiously talented youths, corrupted by success, warped by greed and power, who ultimately redeem themselves."

killtrocity
10-31-2012, 05:31 PM
That someone was you, wasn't it ;)

Catherine Wheel
10-31-2012, 05:37 PM
I've never posted there but I love reading the forums. It's like a massive gathering of people with Asperger's Syndrome.

redbreegull
10-31-2012, 05:47 PM
What about the nuking of the fridge? I thought it was supposed to imply that he was immortal after drinking from the holy grail, but the person I saw it with was like no dude, they destroyed the temple... so idk.

He is supposed to have survived the nuke because old refrigerators are lined with lead

redbreegull
10-31-2012, 05:48 PM
Ford also said he would definitely do Indy 5 but he wanted personal approval over the final script

Nimrod's Son
10-31-2012, 06:28 PM
the grail couldnt leave the temple, she tried taking it out-temple collapsed, and thats why they're not immortal.

I agree that the grail couldn't leave the temple, but I was pretty sure you had to keep drinking from the chalice in order to retain immortality

killtrocity
10-31-2012, 10:07 PM
He is supposed to have survived the nuke because old refrigerators are lined with lead

I realize that. He also gets launched about a mile away and pretty fucking far up in the air as I recall. Physics aren't my forte, but come on....

killtrocity
10-31-2012, 10:07 PM
I agree that the grail couldn't leave the temple, but I was pretty sure you had to keep drinking from the chalice in order to retain immortality

... which explains why old knight dude just hung out there all the time

Future Boy
10-31-2012, 11:36 PM
apparently the indy novel universe supports this point of view, but i dont know if thats canon, so I reject it!

redbreegull
11-01-2012, 02:30 PM
I realize that. He also gets launched about a mile away and pretty fucking far up in the air as I recall. Physics aren't my forte, but come on....

yes, that is the only retardedly unrealistic circumstance indiana jones lives through in those movies

redbreegull
11-01-2012, 08:09 PM
Entertainment Weekly sat down with Mark Hamill, who played Luke Skywalker in the original trilogy. Hamill revealed that he and Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia) had lunch with George Lucas in August. Lucas told them that he was planning to make another trilogy. "When he said, 'We decided we're going to do episodes VII, VIII, and IX,' I was just gobsmacked," Hamill said. Still, he had no idea the director was planning to sell his company. "Oh my gosh, what a shock that was," Hamill said.

Yahoo – Star Wars Returns (http://movies.yahoo.com/blogs/movie-talk/star-wars-returns-rumor-roundup-221654367.html)

duovamp
11-01-2012, 08:29 PM
hot stuff

http://www3.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/Mark+Hamill+Comic+Con+International+2012+Stan+FwUO AgbCXtEx.jpg

i always wondered why he only does voice work now

Come on, man. He was in a car accident. :(

noyen
11-01-2012, 09:05 PM
now they have a shot at being good movies. see my opinion in 2015.

killtrocity
11-01-2012, 11:05 PM
Yahoo – Star Wars Returns (http://movies.yahoo.com/blogs/movie-talk/star-wars-returns-rumor-roundup-221654367.html)

Holy shit, dude.

this part, too
The Wrap spoke with Dale Pollock, author of the Lucas biography, "Skywalking: The Life and Films of George Lucas." The author, who interviewed the director at least 80 times for his book, says that while he was doing research in the 1990s, he was allowed to read the outlines to the 12 (yes, 12!) stories.

"It was originally a 12-part saga," Pollock said. "The three most exciting stories were 7, 8, and 9. They had propulsive action, really interesting new worlds, new characters. I remember thinking, 'I want to see these three movies.'" He did say that the three films feature Luke Skywalker in his 30s and 40s. No other details were given due to a confidentiality agreement Pollock signed.

redbreegull
11-01-2012, 11:26 PM
yeah Hamill is older than that now, but I'm sure the script can be changed. I have definitely heard Lucas say he envisioned Star Wars as a 12 part thing before though

killtrocity
11-01-2012, 11:35 PM
I'm probably gonna order this book:

http://secrethistoryofstarwars.com/book.html

Order 66
11-01-2012, 11:55 PM
i read an outline of the 12 movies somewhere. it was unsurprisingly far off from how the movies ended up, but really basic things showed up in the prequel trilogy like how it was supposed to explain jedi lore and the politics of palpatine coming into power.

the sequel trilogy was supposed to be about hunting down palpatine and killing him so i don't know how much help it would be to sift through it to see how it really plays out

scottytheoneand
11-02-2012, 05:39 AM
they could easily bring back the Original Trilogy characters. I'd bet there's a 50/50 chance that they recast at least one or two of those roles for the new film.

Nimrod's Son
11-02-2012, 11:19 AM
now they have a shot at being good movies. see my opinion in 2015.

Yeah... but before <i>Empire</i>...

Nimrod's Son
11-02-2012, 11:21 AM
they could easily bring back the Original Trilogy characters. I'd bet there's a 50/50 chance that they recast at least one or two of those roles for the new film.

I can't imagine they would recast any of the parts unless say ANthony Daniels or Peter Mayhew die/can't continue.

scottytheoneand
11-02-2012, 11:49 AM
i could imagine them recasting middle aged players for the main characters in the OT. If they can cast someone to play a younger Alec Guinness I don't see why they can't to the opposite with a character like Luke or Leia.

The main audience for the next three films are all under the age of 18 (probably under the age of 10) today. they don't have the love for the OT actors that people in their late 30s and early 40s do.

Nimrod's Son
11-02-2012, 01:43 PM
i could imagine them recasting middle aged players for the main characters in the OT. If they can cast someone to play a younger Alec Guinness I don't see why they can't to the opposite with a character like Luke or Leia.

The main audience for the next three films are all under the age of 18 (probably under the age of 10) today. they don't have the love for the OT actors that people in their late 30s and early 40s do.

the main audience for a 2015 Star Wars film are under 10 now? No, incorrect.

killtrocity
11-02-2012, 03:07 PM
yeah these really are movies for people of all ages, and Disney would be stupid not to market these new ones the same way

Starla
11-02-2012, 05:34 PM
http://i49.tinypic.com/2lifqdg.jpg

scottytheoneand
11-02-2012, 08:36 PM
the main audience for a 2015 Star Wars film are under 10 now? No, incorrect.

The movies are for kids. they're written for kids. Theyre all rated PG. All the merch is for children.

killtrocity
11-02-2012, 08:41 PM
The movies are for kids. they're written for kids. Theyre all rated PG. All the merch is for children.

The merch may be for children, but there are plenty of man-children in this world

One of them is PG-13

Something like Labyrinth is for kids, written for kids. Star Wars has a much larger audience and fanbase.

scottytheoneand
11-03-2012, 07:40 PM
I am a man child

that is all

killtrocity
11-03-2012, 11:54 PM
idk guys this is kind of reminiscent of when I heard the smashing pumpkins were reuniting. prepare for a shitfest and hope for the best

Order 66
11-04-2012, 12:09 AM
i wonder if its going to be 3D or not. surprised that hasnt come up

TuralyonW3
11-04-2012, 12:19 AM
http://cdn.uproxx.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/lucas-trap.jpg

TuralyonW3
11-04-2012, 12:19 AM
lots more where that came from:


http://www.uproxx.com/webculture/2012/10/best-images-and-gifs-responding-to-disney-owning-star-wars/#page/1

TuralyonW3
11-04-2012, 12:19 AM
i wonder if its going to be 3D or not. surprised that hasnt come up

yeah they made it clear it'll be 3D from what I've read

frugalscotsman
11-04-2012, 04:01 PM
http://www.thehouseofoojah.com/media/ccp0/prodlg/StarWarsDarkEmpireITom386_f.jpg

dark empire all the way

killtrocity
11-04-2012, 05:29 PM
dude, there is so much lore after ROTJ it's gonna be impossible not to fuck a lot of it up... kind of an impossible situation. unless they neglect all of the characters from the OT

I mean for christ's sake, there is a Solo family tree on wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anakin_Solo#Anakin_Solo . Somebody took a portion out of their life to write that. Lot's of pissed off nerds, can see it already

oh and magikarp all the way

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scottytheoneand
11-04-2012, 06:28 PM
Lucas is donating to education non profits the 4 billion he made from Disney over Lucasfilms sale

redbreegull
11-04-2012, 07:46 PM
He's also selling a huge portion of his ranch to developers looking to build low-income housing

Euronomus
11-04-2012, 08:32 PM
He's also selling a huge portion of his ranch to developers looking to build low-income housing

I wondered in the first place, and this just makes me think again, that maybe he only has a few months to live and he's trying to square away his financial situation before he goes.
i.e. liquidate everything he can and simplify his paperwork so his family doesn't have to deal with it later.

redbreegull
11-04-2012, 08:52 PM
Well what I read is that he has been trying to build a state-of-the-art studio on his property for decades, but his bourgeois dickhead neighbors keep battling the zoning nonsense. He finally said fuck it, not worth it, and decided to sell the land to a developer seeking to build much-needed low-income housing in the area. Seems like it was more to spite his rich, snobby neighbors than anything else.

killtrocity
11-04-2012, 09:39 PM
^ that's the story I'm familiar with. Kind of redeems the shitty aspects of the prequels, for me personally, what with his philanthropy and pissing off a bunch of rich douchebags while helping the poor

redbreegull
11-04-2012, 09:41 PM
I forget who, but someone here once said that George Lucas is like Billy Corgan in that they are both immensely talented individuals with very little taste.

Rings true.

Euronomus
11-04-2012, 10:37 PM
Well what I read is that he has been trying to build a state-of-the-art studio on his property for decades, but his bourgeois dickhead neighbors keep battling the zoning nonsense. He finally said fuck it, not worth it, and decided to sell the land to a developer seeking to build much-needed low-income housing in the area. Seems like it was more to spite his rich, snobby neighbors than anything else.

Now that you mention it I actually remember reading about that I while back, always awesome when someone sticks it to the man.

scottytheoneand
11-06-2012, 09:19 AM
Mathew Vaughn in talks to direct Ep 7

http://www.firstshowing.net/2012/is-x-men-first-class-director-matthew-vaughn-in-talks-for-star-wars/

duovamp
11-06-2012, 10:35 AM
Toby Maguire signed to play Luke.

killtrocity
11-06-2012, 03:18 PM
http://www.cnn.com/2012/11/06/showbiz/movies/star-wars-sequel-harrison-ford/index.html

Harrison Ford is open to the idea of bringing Han Solo back to life on the silver screen in 2015, according to sources close to the just-announced "Star Wars" sequel, but don't be surprised if his contract includes a mandatory death scene for the sly old space smuggler.

"Harrison is open to the idea of doing the movie and he's upbeat about it, all three of them are," said one highly placed source, referring to Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher, the trio that made a hyper-speed jump to global fame on May 25, 1977, the opening night for George Lucas's original "Star Wars" film.

killtrocity
11-06-2012, 03:33 PM
By the time you walk into that theater in 2015 you'll have some sense of what the movie is going to be like. You'll know whether or not some of the original actors are returning. You will have seen the trailer and all that stuff. But it is going to be – I can say this with 100 percent confidence three years out – the biggest event movie in the history of modern cinema. The level of excitement and anticipation about Episode VII is going to be double what it was for Episode I.

http://www.rollingstone.com/movies/news/new-star-wars-will-be-biggest-event-movie-ever-says-lost-co-creator-20121106

redbreegull
11-06-2012, 03:56 PM
Just read the source who spilled the beans on this a month before it was announced now says that Luke Skywalker is the primary focus of VI and Hamill has agreed to return

duovamp
11-06-2012, 05:34 PM
Remember how Episodes 1 2 and 3 turned out? Surely these will be just as awesome.

scottytheoneand
11-06-2012, 05:57 PM
Just read the source who spilled the beans on this a month before it was announced now says that Luke Skywalker is the primary focus of VI and Hamill has agreed to return

He was. It was called Return Of The Jedi

scottytheoneand
11-06-2012, 06:01 PM
Could the buzz over this really be bigger than E1? I doubt it. I think Gen X got burned on the prequel trilogy and won't be as ready to jump on board this time

redbreegull
11-06-2012, 06:01 PM
thanks smartass

scottytheoneand
11-06-2012, 06:20 PM
thanks smartass

I couldn't help it.

vbshlofbvgos
11-06-2012, 07:57 PM
Could the buzz over this really be bigger than E1? I doubt it. I think Gen X got burned on the prequel trilogy and won't be as ready to jump on board this time

Yeah we're all naturally skeptical as of now of course. However if they get a good director and cast on board and if the trailer looks fucking awesome then the buzz will be enormous. Perhaps this could be the star wars movie we all wanted to see back in 1999 but didn't get.

scottytheoneand
11-06-2012, 08:00 PM
My friends with kids are all saying that they can't wait to bring their kids to see the new movie.

Dead Frequency
11-06-2012, 08:51 PM
My friends with kids keep reminding me on why i shouldnt have kids. Little bastards.

scottytheoneand
11-06-2012, 09:04 PM
if my wife ever gets pregnant I'm done with her

killtrocity
11-06-2012, 09:46 PM
Just read the source who spilled the beans on this a month before it was announced now says that Luke Skywalker is the primary focus of VI and Hamill has agreed to return

What is this source you speak of?

it's Luke effin Skywalker, folks, this thing is gonna draw crowds

scottytheoneand
11-06-2012, 09:50 PM
Anakin is the real hero. He is one who falls and redeems himself through martyrdom.

scottytheoneand
11-06-2012, 09:51 PM
don't fucking argue with me on this cause I'm right

killtrocity
11-06-2012, 09:56 PM
yeah yeah I know I know. But Luke Skywalker is more iconic than Hayden Christensen/little blonde boy. everyone from age 5 to 75 knows Luke SKywalker.

scottytheoneand
11-06-2012, 10:04 PM
when all those fuckers go to sleep it's Darth Vader in their nightmares

killtrocity
11-06-2012, 10:11 PM
hahaha yeah the dude in the black suit who fights his son Luke Skywalker! Not the sexy angsty teenager guy!

scottytheoneand
11-06-2012, 10:20 PM
Luke kisses his sister

that'll freak kids out

duovamp
11-06-2012, 10:25 PM
Not as much as when he fingerblasts her.

Trotskilicious
11-07-2012, 12:24 AM
we should burn this shit anyway

they told me the classics never go out of style
but they do
they do

scottytheoneand
11-07-2012, 05:41 AM
<iframe width="420" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/dY3UGZBw_iI" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

scottytheoneand
11-08-2012, 07:32 AM
http://i.imgur.com/0Rekj.jpg

Trotskilicious
11-08-2012, 07:57 AM
I GOT A BONE TO PICK WITH CAPITALISM!!!!

AND A FEW TO BREAK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

slunken
11-08-2012, 01:45 PM
you missed one

killtrocity
11-08-2012, 03:27 PM
dude that pic made me nauseous

scottytheoneand
11-08-2012, 04:37 PM
I love reports like this. Name drop, throw out a crazy unconfirmed rumor and your blog gets 3 million hits

http://io9.com/5958997/is-this-the-new-writer-for-star-wars-episode-vii


Has Disney already found the writer for Star Wars: Episode VII? One particular name is being thrown around, and when you think about it, it makes complete sense.

Vulture is reporting that Michael Arndt of Toy Story 3 and Little Miss Sunshine is a strong contendor for the job. Rumor has it he's already written a 40 to 50 page treatment. Arndt is beloved by Pixar, and has been secretly working on a treatment long before the merger.

Vulture continues on explaining that the studio wants to bring back the big three from the original Star Wars Han, Luke and Leia. Alas there are currently no deals in place. Once Arndt is finished with his treatment it's allegedly being handed off to Brad Bird, Steven Spielberg, and J.J. Abrams. This doesn't mean any of these big names will direct, but Disney isn't above dangling the bait. Sounds good to us, Arndt is a pro and a big time fan of Star Wars, hope this gets confirmed real soon.

Trotskilicious
11-08-2012, 10:49 PM
honestly isn't getting star wars out of lucas's hands a good thing at the end of the day ?

Trotskilicious
11-08-2012, 10:50 PM
i mean disney bought marvel and the avengers kicked ass

scottytheoneand
11-09-2012, 05:39 AM
depends on who gets put in charge of writing and directing

Marvel films have mostly been good because a team of comic book dorks got put in charge of the Marvel movie universe. Imagine how shit Avengers would have been in Michael Bay had made it.

Trotskilicious
11-09-2012, 05:42 AM
depends on who gets put in charge of writing and directing

Marvel films have mostly been good because a team of comic book dorks got put in charge of the Marvel movie universe. Imagine how shit Avengers would have been in Michael Bay had made it.

right

so maybe the execs at disney are making good calls

Trotskilicious
11-09-2012, 05:43 AM
i mean if you think about it joss whedon isn't exactly box office gold but they put him in charge of their most valuable property precisely because they correctly understood that he's written marvel comics before and has a knack for superheroes (and particularily villains, really) and disregarded his track record with stuff like alien ressurection or doll house

scottytheoneand
11-09-2012, 07:37 AM
as always you are correct

to qualify, though, he did not have a lot of control over Alien Ressurection (he got screeplay credit but wasn't the only one monkeying with the script... plus he didn't direct, produce, etc.). Dollhouse was ruined by the network. They demanded major changes after greenlighting it. Specifically removing the sex and certain types of violence. Whedon pretty much lost control of the show. The network pressured him to deliver a sanitized "crime of the week" type format and to stay away from the theme and story arc that he had originally created for the show. It makes no sense that they even put the show on the air knowing Whedon's history. It sounded like the network wanted something more like Smallville or Vampire Diaries, etc. that would compete with other teen to twenty something dramas. I think some of the episodes were also shown out of sequence. All that messing with the show is a big reason why he's nolonger doing television.

Firefly was a great show, though. Luckily the network just plain shitcanned it before they ever got to the point of screwing up the scripts, production, etc.

Trotskilicious
11-09-2012, 09:56 AM
generally speaking hollywood tends to frown on creators that don't play by their rules which makes the decision to hire whedon to write and direct avengers quite a gutsy call that really paid off

i remember the firefly movie having an excellent villain, and his depiction of Loki was one of the strongest i've seen but that was really helped along by tom hiddleston

but still, many times in the comics they have a tendency to portray him as mad or cartoonish but the seething jealousy of thor and his relationship with humanity really came through as motivation for a super villain that's often misused or portrayed without any depth or motivation

avengers as a whole had more depth, feeling and empathy for character than almost every single hollywood blockbuster these days and make no mistake that was certainly one of the reasons it was so well received and so successful. it seems disney's stewardship is more hands off than you may expect so perhaps this is the best thing for the star wars franchise. i always maintained that lucas's egotism in writing and directing all of the prequels even though he didn't do the same with the originals and his misguided and relentless drive to re-edit things really soiled his entire legacy. especially the direction, the acting is so flat and uninspired even from people like ewan mcgregor and liam neeson that you can only really blame the director for its dullness

killtrocity
11-09-2012, 10:00 AM
^

slunken
11-09-2012, 12:42 PM
you guys should read this article by raymond chandler called "writers in hollywood" it was written in the 40s and nothing has changed http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1945/11/writers-in-hollywood/306454/

HOLLYWOOD is easy to hate, easy to sneer at, easy to lampoon. Some of the best lampooning has been done by people who have never been through a studio gate, some of the best sneering by egocentric geniuses who departed huffily - not forgetting to collect their last pay check – leaving behind them nothing but the exquisite aroma of their personalities and a botched job for the tired hacks to clean up...

opening paragraph

scottytheoneand
11-20-2012, 08:07 AM
jesus christ I had to bump the most important thread on this board! WTF?

scottytheoneand
11-20-2012, 08:09 AM
colin trevorrow had been rumored to be up for directing Ep7. but it Looks like Trevorrow's twitter comments have nothing to do with Star Wars...

http://collider.com/star-wars-colin-trevorrow/212174/

scottytheoneand
11-20-2012, 08:12 AM
New rumors that Arndt's script treatment includes Luke, Leia, Han and Lando...

http://moviehole.net/201259787exclusive-another-original-star-wars-trilogy-character-in-arndts-sequel-trilogy-treatment

Lando never getting his own trilogy is the biggest failure in George Lucas's career

redbreegull
11-23-2012, 12:12 PM
lando be drinkin dem colt 45s

Order 66
11-23-2012, 12:35 PM
obama's america

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_zO1lJG5Qb-k/TLjWaTdpVOI/AAAAAAAACAs/XeBKgXX-ZRE/s400/billy_dee_williams,_colt_45,_2.jpg

scottytheoneand
11-23-2012, 01:13 PM
I used to be part of a fan community that spun off from TheForce.net boards. we had our own private boards at one point. We called it Lando's hideout. People would post all day and night about drinking and very little about anything else.

that's when the internets was still cool and colt 45 wasn't yet ironic

scottytheoneand
11-23-2012, 01:15 PM
in case anybody was wondering there are millions of star wars fans who sit at home all day drinking shitty beer.

it's a great scene

Trotskilicious
11-23-2012, 03:11 PM
Lando never getting his own trilogy is the biggest failure in George Lucas's career

do you say this kind of stuff out loud and people don't laugh at you or

killtrocity
11-30-2012, 07:18 PM
http://www.starwars.com/news/michael-arndt-to-write-screenplay-for-star-wars-episode-vii.html

As pre-production of Star Wars: Episode VII begins, Lucasfilm has confirmed that award-winning writer Michael Arndt will write the screenplay for the new Star Wars film. As revealed in the ongoing video series posted here on StarWars.com, Kathleen Kennedy and George Lucas have begun story conferences with Arndt. Arndt won an Academy Award® for Best Original Screenplay for writing Little Miss Sunshine (2006), and was nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay for writing Toy Story 3 (2010).

For more news about Star Wars: Episode VII -- slated for a 2015 release -- keep checking StarWars.com.

Looks like Disney ain't fuckin' around

http://screenrant.com/star-wars-episode-7-director-update-shortlist/2/

“There’s a whole generation of filmmakers that have been inspired by George and ‘Star Wars’ and they’re absolutely thrilled, excited, and daunted at the prospect of being able to step in and carry the mantle of making these movies… I think we have a unique opportunity to go after some really incredible people. It’s not going to be people who don’t already have some affinity for ‘Star Wars’ probably. It’s going to be somebody who appreciates what ‘Star Wars’ meant to them and is excited to dive in and be a part of this.”

Of the names mentioned, several possibilities remain – though that does NOT mean that any of them are actually on the Lucasfilm shortlist. A few of them have just been mentioned in passing, others have been outright rumored to be in talks, and others seem to merely be throwing their own hats in the ring.


Matthew Vaughn (Kick-Ass and X:Men: First Class) – Following his departure from X-Men: Days of Future Past, Vaughn was directly rumored to be in talks with Lucasfilm.

Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed) – When rumors put Trevorrow in the Star Wars helmer spotlight, the director spoke with Filmmixern.se (thanks to /Film) and offered his take on how the new film should be approached – comments that ring very close to Kennedy’s search criteria: ”Certainly, no specifics about what’s going on behind the scenes in the selection of that person. I think that I can speak as a Star Wars fan, which is important to me. Whoever does do this movie, I think, just needs to have a fundamental understanding of why it’s important to us. We come from a generation who grew up with this as children, to us it’s almost a belief system. It’s harder for people who are older or who were already teenagers when the movie came out to understand how deeply it is our mythology. And there are a bunch of incredible directors who are up for this job… I think whoever gets it will have that fundamental understanding of why Star Wars matters so much to a billion people. It’s just incredible. So that’s all I can say about that. I’m equally excited about it. … that’s all you’re gonna get!”

Jon Favreau (Iron Man and Cowboys and Aliens) – Spoke with Hollywood Life and expressed his excitement, though it’s unclear whether or not he’d actually be willing to helm the film. In his response, Favreau touts previous endeavors with Lucasfilm – indicating that he might be trying to remind moviegoers (or Disney executives) of his established Star Wars connections: “I think both J.J. and I come from a generation of people who formed our whole creative persona around what we experienced as kids from watching those films, and I have had the good fortune of working with George [Lucas] and around George, and whether it is doing a voice on Clone Wars, or being at the Skywalker Ranch mixing Iron Man – so I have been very happy and lucky to just experience the culture that Lucas has created, both in my own life growing up as a kid and professional – whether it was interviewing him at film festivals on stage, he is just a really wonderful, talented gifted guy who has changed the business so much, so I am just giddy, first and foremost as a fan, to see what happens with it. I think there is a lot of question marks of how they are going to do it, and who they are going to do it with, and what the story is going to be about; but to say that I am not excited about it is definitely an understatement. We’ll see.“

Fattening Ass
12-08-2012, 03:01 AM
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-NfkdSYxxBCY/UHQ45xqjjtI/AAAAAAAAB8I/2Fr9bjsj_No/s1600/AppleMaps09.jpg

scottytheoneand
12-08-2012, 06:32 PM
I'm liking Apple maps.

vbshlofbvgos
12-09-2012, 04:41 AM
it would be cool to come full circle from 1977 and see an old luke skywalker mentoring some new young kid. besides that however i don't think i want to see the old cast members in this. not in major roles anyaway. i mean did you see the last indiana jones movie?

killtrocity
02-15-2014, 12:35 PM
The worst parts of that had Lucas written all over them (CGI gopher, nuclear fridge, Shia LaBoof's nuts vs jungle foliage)

scottytheoneand
02-15-2014, 01:55 PM
this movie will be worse than episode 1

scottytheoneand
02-15-2014, 01:57 PM
I would rather watch the last Star Trek The Next Gen movie than Edge of Darkness.

Abrams should stick to the teevee.

killtrocity
02-15-2014, 02:19 PM
nothing could be worse than episode 1

redbreegull
02-15-2014, 03:03 PM
I would rather watch the last Star Trek The Next Gen movie than Edge of Darkness.

Abrams should stick to the teevee.

the one where data dies :(:(:(


I agree though fuck JJ Abrams he's generally terrible. and fuck his alternate reality star trek bullshit

Order 66
02-15-2014, 03:22 PM
i really liked the 2009 star trek.

the second one... bleh. what a mess

on a side note i watched the first star trek movie the other day.. i like how everybody was dressed like the beegees. could have tried a little harder to make it seem like it wasn't filmed in 1979

scottytheoneand
04-29-2014, 04:31 PM
Cast announcement

http://variety.com/2014/film/news/star-wars-5-1200596276/#

and photo

https://scontent-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-frc3/t1.0-9/10271548_736620193056251_5192269333816421968_n.jpg

Trotskilicious
04-29-2014, 05:25 PM
ahahaha max von sydow!!!!!

oscar isaac is blowin up

The exploding boy
04-29-2014, 05:32 PM
the one where data dies :(:(:(


I agree though fuck JJ Abrams he's generally terrible. and fuck his alternate reality star trek bullshit

His reboot was still the best Star Trek since TOS.

here's probably where you call me a retard again.

the only thing I object to is that yeah at this point what about the voyages of the enterprise and its mission? It IS called Star TREK. I hope they start actually exploring shit in the next one.

As for Ep 7. Who gives a shit. Outside of the original trilogy I don't give two fucks about SW. the Extended universe nerd bs, the prequels, the moronic fucking cartoons. I wish it would all die.

Trotskilicious
04-29-2014, 05:33 PM
i wish you would die

did you ever watch the LotR movies or are you still boycotting them because you are that big a nerd

The exploding boy
04-29-2014, 05:39 PM
Well I was pretty much emotionally blackmailed into watching the first two. I haven't seen ROTK and never will nor do I ever plan to see the hobbit. And don't tell me Jackson didn't fuck shit up in the hobbit. One small book into three movies? Come the fuck on. I wish he would die too for good measure. the only good thing these movies ever had is good casting.


Also im pretty sure the bigger nerds are people who liked next Generation (yes the TOS is cheesy but you watch it to watch shatner be the worst actor ever and well...to be honest the stories and character interactions are good even if presented in a bit of a cheesy way) and the extended SW universe. Leave it to geeks to ruin everything by being completely undiscriminating. The best thing about episode 7 is seeing nerds cry because they won't follow the extended universe books storylines.

Trotskilicious
04-29-2014, 05:47 PM
no the biggest nerds are the ones who hate LotR movies for the reasons you do and insist the original, dated star trek to be "obviously superior"

Order 66
04-29-2014, 06:25 PM
i'm kind of bummed they cast the black guy over todd from breaking bad (who was in the final running for the same role, and he seemed like an awesome actor)... not that i have anything against blacks. just don't want them in clippers games

redbreegull
04-29-2014, 06:26 PM
Well I was pretty much emotionally blackmailed into watching the first two. I haven't seen ROTK and never will nor do I ever plan to see the hobbit. And don't tell me Jackson didn't fuck shit up in the hobbit. One small book into three movies? Come the fuck on. I wish he would die too for good measure. the only good thing these movies ever had is good casting.

there are elements in the movies that are disappointing to fans of the books, but from the way you are talking you may actually be the corpse of tolkien.


also JJ Abrams star trek sucked, sorry bro. I hate the entire idea of a reboot of the story. Seriously, if it's nerd points you're in for, you should too because Abrams essentially took a franchise that was an esoteric geek insider's club and turned it mainstream

Order 66
04-29-2014, 06:36 PM
my prob with abrams taking over star wars isn't anything against him.. it's just that he has his own "stamp" in what he directs. whereas star wars has always been a little more broad in it's direction.

but then again the series has only had two directors (the return of the jedi guy doesn't count because he was in over his head and let lucas take over). so there's not much to compare it to

MusicMan4
04-29-2014, 06:39 PM
all the lucas directed films had the stamp of "bad"

Trotskilicious
04-29-2014, 06:46 PM
the first three overcame that with awesome art direction and you know, fun.

Order 66
04-29-2014, 06:46 PM
all the lucas directed films had the stamp of "bad"


even episode IV? :-P

Trotskilicious
04-29-2014, 06:47 PM
i'd like to know why lucas thought having the jedi leading an army of clones was something that didn't feel like a crime against life

Trotskilicious
04-29-2014, 06:49 PM
i mean it's like some kind of cyberpunk idea, if the narrative was really about the fact that growing clones with the explicit purpose to fight a war (against robots!) is an atrocity

MusicMan4
04-29-2014, 06:52 PM
the first three overcame that with awesome art direction and you know, fun.

yeah i didn't say the films were bad as a whole just that lucas as a director would be ranked somewhere around the average director of any given big bang theory episode

redbreegull
04-29-2014, 06:52 PM
Lucas asked David Lynch to direct ROTJ and he declined (d'oh!)



I just can't stand Abrams. I understand he's very popular and a safe choice or whatever, but Joss Whedon could have delivered something actually worth watching, now we're just going to end up with another star wars movie we will pretend didn't happen

Order 66
04-29-2014, 06:53 PM
he kind of wrote himself into a corner with the clone wars because it was vaguely a part of the original movies. but yeah it doesn't really jive with what the jedi are about and it's kind of dumb how complicit they were with the whole thing.

though i guess you could argue it shows how even the jedi are infallible and susceptible to the dark side if you want to go down the rabbit hole

MusicMan4
04-29-2014, 06:53 PM
a film being good in spite of the fact that the writer/director/producer is an incompetent boob is a testament to something
i don't know what
it's something, though

redbreegull
04-29-2014, 06:53 PM
George Lucas has that Billy Corgan kind of talent... he's an immensely creative, talented, imaginative guy with NO taste or discrimination in what he puts his name on

Order 66
04-29-2014, 06:56 PM
I just can't stand Abrams. I understand he's very popular and a safe choice or whatever, but Joss Whedon could have delivered something actually worth watching, now we're just going to end up with another star wars movie we will pretend didn't happen

i think the script is really what matters. I'm of the belief you can have a fairly mediocre director but still come away with a good movie with a solid script. yeah abrams has a heavy hand in the script, but so does kasdan. so who knows

redbreegull
04-29-2014, 06:58 PM
both matter, but I see it like this

a good director can make a good movie from a bad script

a good script cannot save a movie from bad directing

Trotskilicious
04-29-2014, 06:58 PM
Lucas asked David Lynch to direct ROTJ and he declined (d'oh!)

that movie would have sucked

lynch was right to decline

like seriously david lynch star wars? you wish that happened?

Trotskilicious
04-29-2014, 07:03 PM
he kind of wrote himself into a corner with the clone wars because it was vaguely a part of the original movies. but yeah it doesn't really jive with what the jedi are about and it's kind of dumb how complicit they were with the whole thing.

whatever, palpatine uses clones to combat a threat/jedi themselves, jedi fight against palpatine and the "republic" in a losing effort. what the shit is wrong with that, i ask you?

the whole goddamn palpatine plot with the "CIS" and the droid armies is so retarded i can't get my head around it. it's like the robot devil: "My ludicrously circuitous plan is one quarter complete!"

though i guess you could argue it shows how even the jedi are infallible and susceptible to the dark side if you want to go down the rabbit hole

this is the lore issue the nerds are having

because on the one hand you could get into some pretty interesting post-modern shit with the idea that jedi aren't actually as good as they think they are, that the "balance of nature" is the eternal fight between light and dark

but the thing about star wars is that it ultimately appealed to people who liked good vs evil and get really really mad about what they think is cynicism and not believing in True Good and etc. and ultimately i think they are right it's high sci-fantasy, innit? and if i want post modern moral gray and laser sword fights i can find something else (mass effect, i guess)

i don't think the movies were getting at the former, or really understanding the latter. ultimately the binary morality of Star Wars doesn't play as well in a modern dynamic, and i think his new movies were this completely hopeless mash between the two that just turned into slurry.

also GL went several decades thinking his shit didn't stink, when his shit stunk a lot

Trotskilicious
04-29-2014, 07:07 PM
like seriously why would you create a threat like the droid armies just to make clones to fight the army and then use the clones to kill the jedi

why don't you just START OFF WITH TRYING TO KILL THE JEDI

Trotskilicious
04-29-2014, 07:08 PM
"The Jedi Council are enemies of the Republic, here is an example of one Darth Sidious, yet another fallen force-user that etc blah blah blah all jedi are or will become sith, be scared of jedi, lets kill all the jedi, also clones."

scottytheoneand
04-29-2014, 07:11 PM
How in the fuck does someone argue that the latest reboot is better than all of the past 3 decades of Trek?

scottytheoneand
04-29-2014, 07:14 PM
Supposedly the best version of the prequel trilogy is the 90 minute long edit that Topher Grace made.

Order 66
04-29-2014, 07:15 PM
the expanded universe delves heavily into the more gray side of the force, and there's even a whole school devoted to it. hopefully the new movies use this as kind of a blueprint because it would enunciate the prequel trilogy more.

honestly i never really thought much about it. i think obi wan was like "oh, so we have a clone army all of a sudden? uh ok well go along with that then"

scottytheoneand
04-29-2014, 07:19 PM
Disney has publicly stated that they will ignore the expanded universe when making the new films.

scottytheoneand
04-29-2014, 07:20 PM
Disney to fans... "Fuck You and all the comics and merch and shit you bought growing up."

redbreegull
04-29-2014, 07:24 PM
Lucas already discarded tons of expanded universe material when making the prequels. Star Wars canon works in tiers I believe, but the top level is just the six movies

killtrocity
04-29-2014, 07:25 PM
Well I was pretty much emotionally blackmailed into watching the first two. I haven't seen ROTK and never will nor do I ever plan to see the hobbit. And don't tell me Jackson didn't fuck shit up in the hobbit. One small book into three movies? Come the fuck on. I wish he would die too for good measure. the only good thing these movies ever had is good casting.



Comparing ROTK to The Hobbit is like comparing Empire Strikes Back to Phantom Menace

redbreegull
04-29-2014, 07:25 PM
I explicitly remember him saying in a tv guide interview years ago in so many words, expanded universe is somebody else's world, my world is just the movies

redbreegull
04-29-2014, 07:26 PM
that movie would have sucked

lynch was right to decline

like seriously david lynch star wars? you wish that happened?

lynch is so good, I'm not sure how you can say with any certainty it would be bad. a lot of hardcore SW fans hate ROTJ anyway

Comparing ROTK to The Hobbit is like comparing Empire Strikes Back to Phantom Menace

yeah ROTK is pretty good. there are a few completely retarded things that peter jackson did like the other movies, but overall it's a pretty good adaptation (as long as you watch the extended version!!!)

The exploding boy
04-29-2014, 07:28 PM
Lucas asked David Lynch to direct ROTJ and he declined (d'oh!)



I just can't stand Abrams. I understand he's very popular and a safe choice or whatever, but Joss Whedon could have delivered something actually worth watching, now we're just going to end up with another star wars movie we will pretend didn't happen

To be honest I didn't really care for Abrams until the Star Trek reboot. I personally think he did it fine. He understands the characters well enough and sure it went high modern action but between that and Shatner vs Mcdowell in Generations.... I wish he'd give Bones more screen time though. as for Joss Whedon, I don't know...he's been hit and miss the past several years. Though it's true that he was actually barely involved in Agents of SHIELD past the first few episodes I think. but dollhouse sucked.


And Lucas was never as good as anyone had made him out to be. I was blinded like pretty much everyone until the special editions. some years ago I read a transcript of conversations between him, Spielberg and Kasdan as they were coming up with Raiders of the last ark and he had some horrible ideas... So I don't think its something like oh he lost his mojo sometimes in the 90s either. I think it happened a while back. Well we got what we deserved. Should have let SW well the fuck alone. I don't have much faith Abrams will do anything good with it but mainly, I kinda don't care. Unless somehow the whole world agrees they're just absolutely amazing, I probably won't bother with them.


And trostki, I see your point about absolutely nerdy people preferring the TOS to anything else, the truth though is I didn't really like Star Trek at all until a few years back when I gave a shot a the TOS on tv (i'd seen the pre TNG movies but never the series). Maybe it's the fact that it's cheesy because it's dated instead of accidentally cheesy like the TNG that I enjoy it more. Unless I've been misinterpreting TNG all this time. Some of the TNG movies had decent plots but I could never like any character outside of Picard. And that's just cause Patrick Stewart is that good.

Order 66
04-29-2014, 07:29 PM
i don't think the expanded universe will be ignored completely... alot of the prequel trilogy had elements in it, like Coruscant (is that how you spell it? whatever). a lot of that material is a logical next step in how the story would play out. i'd be surprised if some aspects weren't at least copied unintentionally

but as for the movies having actual characters like admiral thrawn and recreating full story arcs, i know that's out the window

Trotskilicious
04-29-2014, 07:32 PM
i think obi wan was like "oh, so we have a clone army all of a sudden? uh ok well go along with that then"

yeah i'm watching the clone wars tv show and they flirt with it, especially getting into individual clones and their clone stories (which can be murderously confusing) and they make a point to show jedi encouraging them to be individuals and such but ultimately there's no way to watch that thing for long, or for them to even write it, without you noticing how fucked up the whole notion of clone wars is

the episode "The Deserter" is one of the better SW things i've seen

Trotskilicious
04-29-2014, 07:33 PM
lynch is so good, I'm not sure how you can say with any certainty it would be bad.

it's like if scorsese directed star wars

redbreegull
04-29-2014, 07:37 PM
To be honest I didn't really care for Abrams until the Star Trek reboot. I personally think he did it fine. He understands the characters well enough and sure it went high modern action but between that and Shatner vs Mcdowell in Generations.... I wish he'd give Bones more screen time though. as for Joss Whedon, I don't know...he's been hit and miss the past several years. Though it's true that he was actually barely involved in Agents of SHIELD past the first few episodes I think. but dollhouse sucked.


I haven't seen SHIELD yet nor have I watched Dollhouse but thus far I have not seen anything Whedon-associated that wasn't mostly good. My understanding was that Dollhouse is generally looked upon positively by Whedon's fans, it just didn't do well commercially. Have you seen Much Ado About Nothing? It was very, very good.




and I know this is an unpopular opinion, but I like Generations the best of any of the modern ST movies. The Borg one was also pretty good. The two (three?) after that with the TNG cast were totally forgettable. The reboot put a bad taste in my mouth and I did not see the sequel.

In terms of the television series, I would say

TOS > TNG (but only if you largely ignore the seasons from when Roddenberry was alive unfortunately, otherwise move this behind DS9) > DS9 > Voyager > Enterprise

Trotskilicious
04-29-2014, 07:37 PM
Disney to fans... "Fuck You and all the comics and merch and shit you bought growing up."

oh for christ's sake, shut the fuck up

Trotskilicious
04-29-2014, 07:37 PM
"the borg one" is easily one of the best star trek movies ever

scottytheoneand
04-29-2014, 07:41 PM
I haven't seen SHIELD yet nor have I watched Dollhouse but thus far I have not seen anything Whedon-associated that wasn't mostly good. My understanding was that Dollhouse is generally looked upon positively by Whedon's fans, it just didn't do well commercially. Have you seen Much Ado About Nothing? It was very, very good.


Doll house was fucked up by the network.

My guess is that Whedon isn't nearly as involved with Agents of Shield as he was his other series. Either way it has his signature all over it. And in the last 4 episodes it's pulled some whedonesque shit on it's main characters. The kind of stuff that happened on Buffy.

killtrocity
04-29-2014, 07:42 PM
i think the script is really what matters. I'm of the belief you can have a fairly mediocre director but still come away with a good movie with a solid script. yeah abrams has a heavy hand in the script, but so does kasdan. so who knows

This. The prequel scripts were DOGSHIT. ABSOLUTE DOGSHIT. None of the plot points make any sense, there's no protagonist, no antagonist, no pressing conflict, nothing to engage the audience... the prequels were 100% esthetics and lore, and the visual effects weren't even that great compared to something like Two Towers or The Matrix 1

JJ Abrams is an ordinary, unremarkable director (like GL), all he has to do is follow the simple formula that's taught in Film-making 101 and the script laid out for him by Arndt and Kasdan. The difference is that, rather than GL, swarms of executives are calling the shots

scottytheoneand
04-29-2014, 07:42 PM
"the borg one" is easily one of the best star trek movies ever

it's the best TNG movie for sure.

Nothing beats Wrath of Khan, but The Undiscovered Country is underrated

killtrocity
04-29-2014, 07:45 PM
And just for clarification GL directed the shit out of the original Star Wars

http://static.rogerebert.com/redactor_assets/pictures/scanners/opening-shots-star-wars/sw4.jpg

redbreegull
04-29-2014, 07:45 PM
Doll house was fucked up by the network.

My guess is that Whedon isn't nearly as involved with Agents of Shield as he was his other series. Either way it has his signature all over it. And in the last 4 episodes it's pulled some whedonesque shit on it's main characters. The kind of stuff that happened on Buffy.

Firefly was also fucked up by the network and it's now revered. I'll have to watch Dollhouse before I can compare obviously.

Whedon was less involved in season 4 of Angel and it turned out to be largely crap

killtrocity
04-29-2014, 07:47 PM
I haven't seen SHIELD yet

My roommate is obsessed with Agents of SHIELD and it's one of the most offensively boring things on TV. It's the TV equivalent of the Enter the Matrix video game. The entire thing is a crapfest of winks and nods to the uberfans, with zero substance or style

killtrocity
04-29-2014, 08:06 PM
this is the lore issue the nerds are having

because on the one hand you could get into some pretty interesting post-modern shit with the idea that jedi aren't actually as good as they think they are, that the "balance of nature" is the eternal fight between light and dark


I hope Episode 7 addresses that. Like the Sith come back. The prophecy about "returning balance" could have meant killing off the Jedi, since they outnumbered the Sith by thousands whereas their numbers were equal prior to that, and therefore Anakin fulfilled the prophecy by killing all the Jedi except two. But yeah, like you said...

redbreegull
04-29-2014, 08:26 PM
I hope Episode 7 addresses that. Like the Sith come back. The prophecy about "returning balance" could have meant killing off the Jedi, since they outnumbered the Sith by thousands whereas their numbers were equal prior to that, and therefore Anakin fulfilled the prophecy by killing all the Jedi except two. But yeah, like you said...

for some reason I always assumed the prophecy referred to Luke, and Anakin's specialness was actually in his relation to his son, who would in fact bring balance to the force

killtrocity
04-29-2014, 08:28 PM
Well yes, that is definitely the popular interpretation. I wonder if Lucas even knows.

MusicMan4
04-29-2014, 08:30 PM
I kind of wish I could see the original idea with Luke being corrupted and then his damn sister becomes a Jedi and saves everyone
Directed by Alejandro jodorowsky

scottytheoneand
04-29-2014, 08:32 PM
Firefly was also fucked up by the network and it's now revered. I'll have to watch Dollhouse before I can compare obviously.

Whedon was less involved in season 4 of Angel and it turned out to be largely crap

Firefly was canceled before the first few episodes were broadcast. They aired some of the episodes out of order and a couple of them not at all. The network never had a chance to ruin the show.

With doll house he fought with the Network from the beginning and it lasted a season and a half. much more time for the network to screw up the show

Order 66
04-29-2014, 08:35 PM
dark luke would be great actually. i hope they don't kill off the original cast right away or just have them as sagacious elders sitting in the background

i always thought the whole point of the series was the destruction of the sith. so those "they're back!" stories in the comics and books always pissed me off. i'd hate if the whole movies were about that

noyen
04-29-2014, 08:36 PM
you're not a real david lynch fan until you go on a cocaine bender and watch eraserhead repeatedly. on weed.