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List of Star Wars Comic Books

This is a list of Star Wars comics, comic books set in the fictional Star Wars universe. Lucasfilm's now-corporate sibling Marvel Comics, which published Star Wars comics from 1977 to 1986, are once again publishing Star Wars titles that started in 2015. Dark Horse Comics owned the license to publish Star Wars comics from Lucasfilm exclusively from 1991 to 2014. Comics published prior to 2015 have been rebranded as non-canon with the designation Legends.

BBY stands for years before the Battle of Yavin, which occurred during Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope. ABY stands for years after the Battle of Yavin.

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Film and television adaptations

All film and television adaptations are canon except on the parts where they divert from the films.

Film adaptations

Title Publishing Date Placement in Timeline Author
Marvel
Solo: A Star Wars Story #1-7 October 2018-April 2019 13-10 BBY Robbie Thompson
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story #1-6 April-September 2017 0 BBY Jody Houser
Star Wars: The Force Awakens #1-6 June-November 2016 34 ABY Chuck Wendig
Star Wars: The Last Jedi #1-6 May-September 2018 34 ABY Gary Whitta
Disney Lucasfilm Press
Star Wars: The Prequel Trilogy (graphic novel adaptation) April 2017 32 BBY-19 BBY Alessandro Ferrari
Solo: A Star Wars Story (graphic novel adaptation) March 2019 13 BBY-10 BBY Alessandro Ferrari
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (graphic novel adaptation) December 2017 0 BBY Alessandro Ferrari
Star Wars: The Original Trilogy (graphic novel adaptation) March 2016 0 BBY-4 ABY Alessandro Ferrari
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (graphic novel adaptation) August 2017 34 ABY Alessandro Ferrari
Star Wars: The Last Jedi (graphic novel adaptation) September 2018 34 ABY Alessandro Ferrari
Joe Books Ltd
Star Wars: A New Hope Cinestory Comic October 2017 0 BBY-0 ABY
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Cinestory Comic August 2018 3 ABY
Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Cinestory Comic September 2018 4 ABY

Television adaptations

Title Publishing Date Placement in Timeline Episodes Adapted
Joe Books Ltd
Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion Cinestory Comic August 2017 5 BBY Season 1, Episodes 1-6
Star Wars Rebels: Path of the Jedi Cinestory Comic November 2017 4 BBY Season 1, Episodes 8-10, 12-13
Maul: A Star Wars Rebels Cinestory Comic February 2018 3 BBY-2 BBY Season 2, Episodes 21-22; Season 3, Episodes 3, 11 and 20
Star Wars Forces of Destiny: May the Force Be with Us Cinestory Comic August 2018 Various
Grand Admiral Thrawn: A Star Wars Rebels Cinestory Comic January 2019 2 BBY-0 BBY
Star Wars Forces of Destiny: Strength and Hope Cinestory Comic February 2019 Various
Star Wars Rebels: Ahsoka Cinestory Comic August 2019 4 BBY-1 BBY

Canon original stories

Comics

Marvel
Era Title Publishing Date Issue / Arc Placement in Timeline Author(s)
Age of Republic Star Wars: Darth Maul #1-5 February-July 2017
  • Probe Droid Problem by Chris Eliopoulos and Jordie Bellaire (mini-comic published in issue #1, reprinted in Droids Unplugged #1)
Pre-32 BBY Cullen Bunn
Episode I: The Phantom Menace
Star Wars: Obi-Wan & Anakin #1-5 January-May 2016 29 BBY Charles Soule
Episode II: Attack of the Clones
Star Wars: Jedi of the Republic - Mace Windu #1-5 August-December 2017 22 BBY Matt Owens
The Clone Wars (film)
The Clone Wars (TV series)
Star Wars: Darth Maul - Son of Dathomir #1-4 May-August 2014
  • #1 The Enemy of My Enemy
  • #2 A Tale of Two Apprentices
  • #3 Proxy War
  • #4 Showdown on Dathomir
19 BBY Jeremy Barlow
Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
Star Wars: Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith #1-25, 1 annual June 2017-December 2018
  • #1-6 The Chosen One
    • No Good Deed... by Chris Eliopoulos and Jordie Bellaire (mini-comic published in Issue #1)
  • #7-10 The Dying Light
  • #11-12 The Rule of Five
  • #13-17 Burning Seas
  • #18 Bad Ground
  • Annual #2: Technological Terror
  • #19-25 Fortress Vader
19 BBY-14 BBY Charles Soule

Chuck Wendig (Annual #2)

Star Wars: Thrawn #1-6

Adaptation of the Timothy Zahn novel by the same name.

February 2018-July 2018 11 BBY-2 BBY Jody Houser
Lando: Double or Nothing #1-5[1] May 2018-September 2018 Approx. 10 BBY Rodney Barnes
Star Wars: Beckett one-shot August 2018 Approx. 10 BBY Gerry Duggan
Solo: A Star Wars Story
Han Solo: Imperial Cadet #1-5 November 2018-March 2019 Between 13 BBY and 10 BBY (concurrently to Solo: A Star Wars Story) Robbie Thompson
Age of Rebellion Star Wars Rebels
Star Wars: Kanan #1-12 April 2015-March 2016
  • #1-6 The Last Padawan
    • #1 Part I: Fight (flashback to 19 BBY)
    • #2 Part II: Flight (flashback to 19 BBY)
    • #3 Part III: Pivot (flashback to 19-18 BBY)
    • #4 Part IV: Catch (flashback to 18 BBY)
    • #5 Part V: Release (flashback to 18 BBY)
    • #6 Epilogue: Haunt
  • #7-12 First Blood
    • #7 Part I: The Corridors of Coruscant (flashback to 19 BBY)
    • #8 Part II: The Towers of the Temple (flashback to 19 BBY)
    • #9 Part III: The Canyons of Kardoa (flashback to 19 BBY)
    • #10 Part IV: The Mesas of Mygeeto (flashback to 19 BBY)
    • #11 Part V: The Fog of War (flashback to 19 BBY)
    • #12 Part VI: The Ties That Bind
4 BBY

During events of

Star Wars Rebels

Season 1.

Greg Weisman
Star Wars: Rogue One - Cassian & K-2SO Special one-shot August 2017 Pre-0 BBY Duane Swierczynski
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Episode IV: A New Hope
Star Wars: Princess Leia #1-5 March-June 2015 0 ABY Mark Waid
Star Wars: Chewbacca #1-5 October-December 2015 0 ABY Gerry Duggan
Star Wars: Han Solo #1-5 June-November 2016 0 ABY Marjorie Liu
Star Wars #1-75,

4 annuals

January 2015-present
  • #1-6 Skywalker Strikes
  • #7 From the Journals of Old Ben Kenobi: "The Last of His Breed" (flashback to 11 BBY)
  • #8-12 Showdown on the Smuggler's Moon
  • Annual #1
  • #13 Vader Down, Part III
  • #14 Vader Down, Part V
  • #15, #20 From the Journals of Old Ben Kenobi (flashback to 10 BBY)
  • #16-19 Rebel Jail
  • #21-25 The Last Flight of the Harbinger
    • #25 co-authored by Chris Eliopoulos
    • Droid Dilemma by Chris Eliopoulos and Jordie Bellaire (mini-comic published in Issue #25, reprinted in Droids Unplugged 1)
  • Annual #2
  • #26-30 Yoda's Secret War (flashback to pre-32 BBY and 10 BBY)
  • #31 Screaming Citadel, Part II
  • #32 Screaming Citadel, Part IV
  • #33 Rebels in the Wild
  • #34 The Thirteen Crates
  • #35 The Hutt Run
  • #36 Revenge of the Astromech
  • Annual #3
  • #37 Imperial Pride
    • The Sand Will Provide by Jason Aaron and Dash Aaron (mini-comic published in Issue #37)
  • #38-43 The Ashes of Jedha
  • #44-49 Mutiny at Mon Cala
  • Annual #4
  • #50-55 Hope Dies
  • #56-61 The Escape
  • #62-67 The Scourging of Shu-Torun
  • #68-75 Rebels and Rogues
0 ABY-1 ABY

Issues #1-25 parallel to

Star Wars: Darth Vader.

Issues #26-75 parallel to

Star Wars: Doctor Aphra.

Jason Aaron (Issues #1-37)

Kieron Gillen (Annual #1, Issues #38-67)

Greg Pak (Issues #68-present)

Kelly Thompson (Annual #2)

Jason Latour (Annual #3)

Cullen Bunn (Annual #4)

Star Wars: Darth Vader #1-25,

1 annual

February 2015-October 2016
  • #1-6 Vader
  • #7-12 Shadows and Secrets
  • Annual 1
  • #13 Vader Down, Part II
  • #14 Vader Down, Part IV
  • #15 Vader Down, Part VI
  • #16-19 The Shu-Torun War
  • #20-25 End of Games
    • The Misadventures of Triple-Zero and Beetee (mini-comic published in Issue #20)
    • Coda (mini-comic published in Issue #25)
0 ABY

Parallel to

Star Wars #1-25.

Kieron Gillen
Star Wars: Vader Down

Star Wars and Darth Vader crossover event.

November 2015
  • Star Wars: Vader Down
    • #1 Part I (one-shot)
    • #2 Part II (Issue #13 of Darth Vader)
    • #3 Part III (Issue #13 of Star Wars)
    • #4 Part IV (Issue #14 of Darth Vader)
    • #5 Part V (Issue #14 of Star Wars)
    • #6 Part VI (Issue #15 of Darth Vader)
0 ABY Jason Aaron and Kieron Gillen
Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #1-40, 3 annuals December 2016-present
  • #1-6 Aphra
  • #7 Screaming Citadel, Part III
  • #8 Screaming Citadel, Part V
  • #9-13 The Enormous Profit
  • Annual #1
  • #14-19 Remastered
  • #20-25 The Catastrophe Con
  • Annual #2
  • #26-31 Worst Among Equals
  • #32-36 Unspeakable Rebel Superweapon
  • Annual #3
  • #37-40 A Rogue's End
0 ABY

Parallel to

Star Wars #26-75.

Kieron Gillen (Issues #1-19)

Simon Spurrier (Issues #14-present)

Star Wars: Screaming Citadel

Star Wars and Doctor Aphra crossover event.

May 2017
  • Star Wars: Screaming Citadel
    • #1 Part I (one-shot)
    • #2 Part II (Issue #31 of Star Wars)
    • #3 Part III (Issue #7 of Doctor Aphra)
    • #4 Part IV (Issue #32 of Star Wars)
    • #5 Part V (Issue #8 of Doctor Aphra)
0 ABY Jason Aaron and Kieron Gillen
Star Wars: The Last Jedi - Storms of Crait one-shot December 2017 Between 0 ABY and 3 ABY Ben Acker and Ben Blacker
Star Wars: Lando #1-5 July-October 2015 Between 0 ABY and 3 ABY Charles Soule
Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
Star Wars: Shattered Empire #1-4 September-October 2015 4 ABY Greg Rucka
Age of Resistance Star Wars Special: C-3PO: The Phantom Limb one-shot April 2016 33 ABY James Robinson
Star Wars: Poe Dameron #1-31, 2 annuals April 2016-September 2018
  • #1-3 Black Squadron
    • SaBBotage by Chris Eliopoulos and Jordie Bellaire (mini-comic published in Issue #1, reprinted in Droids Unplugged 1)
  • #4-6 Lockdown
  • #7-13 The Gathering Storm
  • #14-16 Legend Lost
  • Annual #1
  • #17-19 War Stories
  • #20-25 Legend Found
  • #26-31 The Awakening
  • Annual #2
33-34 ABY Charles Soule

Robert Thompson (Annual #1)

Jody Houser (Annual #2)

Episode VII: The Force Awakens
Star Wars: Captain Phasma #1-4 September 2017 34 ABY Kelly Thompson
Star Wars: The Last Jedi - DJ: Most Wanted one-shot January 2018 34 ABY Ben Acker and Ben Blacker
Episode VIII: The Last Jedi
Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker

Anthology series

Star Wars Adventures

Star Wars Adventures is an anthology series published by IDW Publishing, which debuted in September 2017.[2]

  • Volume 1: Heroes of the Galaxy (October 2017)
    • Issue #0 (July 2017)
    • Issue #1 (September 2017)
      • "Better the Devil You Know, Part I", by Cavan Scott
      • "Tales from Wild Space: Stop, Thief!", by Cavan Scott
    • Issue #2 (September 2017)
      • "Better the Devil You Know, Part II", by Cavan Scott
      • "Tales from Wild Space: The Flat Mountain of Yavin", by Elsa Charretier & Pierrick Colinet
  • Volume 2: Unexpected Detour (February 2018)
    • Issue #3 (October 2017)
      • "Pest Control", by Landry Q. Walker
      • "Tales from Wild Space: Adventures in Wookiee-Sitting", by Alan Tudyk & Shannon Denton
    • Issue #4 (November 2017)
      • "The Trouble at Tibrin, Part I", by Landry Q. Walker
      • "Tales from Wild Space: Mattis Makes a Stand", by Ben Acker & Ben Blacker
    • Issue #5 (December 2017)
      • "The Trouble at Tibrin, Part II", by Landry Q. Walker
      • "Tales from Wild Space: The Best Pet", by Delilah S. Dawson
  • Volume 3: Endangered (June 2018)
    • Issue #6 (January 2018)
      • "Rose Knows", by Delilah S. Dawson
      • "Tales from Wild Space: Podracer's Rescue", by Shaun Manning
    • Issue #7 (February 2018)
      • "Endangered, Part 1", by Sholly Fisch
      • "Tales from Wild Space: Look Before You Leap", by Paul Crilley
    • Issue #8 (March 2018)
      • "Endangered, Part 2", by Sholly Fisch
      • "Tales from Wild Space: Gonk", by Otis Frampton
  • Volume 4: Smuggler's Blues (October 2018)
    • Star Wars Adventures Free Comic Book Day 2018 (May 2018)
      • "Hunter vs Hunted", by Cavan Scott
    • Issue #10 (May 2018)
      • "Powered Down, Part 1", by Cavan Scott
      • "Tales from Wild Space: Family Affair, Part 1", by Elsa Charretier & Pierrick Colinet
    • Issue #11 (June 2018)
      • "Powered Down, Part 2", by Cavan Scott
      • "Tales from Wild Space: Family Affair, Part 2", by Elsa Charretier & Pierrick Colinet
  • Volume 5: Mechanical Mayhem (March 2019)
    • Issue #9 (April 2018)
      • "Trouble Again", by John Barber
      • "Tales from Wild Space: IG-88 vs. The Gatto Gang", by Nick Brokenshire
    • Issue #12 (July 2018)
      • "Intermission, Part I", by Elsa Charretier & Pierrick Colinet
      • "Tales from Wild Space: A Small Push", by Scott Peterson
    • Issue #13 (August 2018)
      • "Intermission, Part II", by Elsa Charretier & Pierrick Colinet
  • Volume 6: Flight of the Falcon (July 2019)
    • Issue #14 (September 2018)
    • Issue #15 (October 2018)
    • Issue #16 (December 2018)
    • Issue #17 (January 2019)
    • Issue #18 (February 2019)
  • One-shots
    • Star Wars Adventures Annual 2018, by John Jackson Miller (April 2018)
      • "Mind Your Manners", by John Jackson Miller
      • "The Lost Eggs of Livorno", by Cavan Scott

Star Wars Adventures: Destroyer Down

Star Wars Adventures: Destroyer Down is a trade paperback published by IDW Publishing that debuted in December 2017 as a Loot Crate exclusive. It will be reprinted as a three-issue miniseries beginning in November 2018, with a reprint of the trade paperback arriving in June 2019. The comic consists of a main story titled "Destroyer Down," and a back-up story titled "The Ghost Ship." Both stories were written by Scott Beatty.[3]

Star Wars Forces of Destiny

Star Wars Forces of Destiny is an anthology miniseries published by IDW Publishing that debuted in 2018. It ran for five issues and focuses on the female characters of the franchise. Authors include Jody Houser, Delilah S. Dawson, Elsa Charretier, Beth Revis, and Devin Grayson.[4] All five comics will be collected in a single volume in April 2018.

  • Leia, by Elsa Charretier & Pierrick Colinet (January 2018)
  • Rey, by Jody Houser (January 2018)
    • Adaptation of Star Wars Forces of Destiny episodes 1 and 2.
  • Hera, by Devin Grayson (January 2018)
  • Ahsoka & Padmé, by Beth Revis (January 2018)
    • Adaptation of Star Wars Forces of Destiny episode 6.
  • Rose & Paige, by Delilah S. Dawson (January 2018)

Star Wars Adventures: Tales from Vader's Castle

Star Wars: Tales from Vader's Castle is an anthology miniseries published by IDW Publishing, set to debut in October 2018. It will run for five issues and be written by Cavan Scott.[5]

Star Wars: Age of Republic

Star Wars: Age of Republic is an anthology miniseries published by Marvel Comics that debuted in December 2018. It ran for nine issues written by Jody Houser, and served as the first part of the larger Age of maxiseries.[6]Age of Republic was collected into two volumes, Villians and Heroes released on May 21 and 28, 2019, respectively. Villians collects Darth Maul, Jango Fett, Special, Count Dooku, and General Grievous; Heroes collects Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, and Padmé Amidala.[7][8]

  • Qui-Gon Jinn (December 2018)
  • Darth Maul (December 2018)
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi (January 2019)
  • Jango Fett (January 2019)
  • Special (January 2019)
  • Anakin Skywalker (February 2019)
  • Count Dooku (February 2019)
  • Padmé Amidala (March 2019)
  • General Grievous (March 2019)

Star Wars: Age of Rebellion

Star Wars: Age of Rebellion is an anthology miniseries published by Marvel Comics that debuted in April 2019. It ran for nine issues written by Greg Pak and drawn by Chris Sprouse, and served as the second part of the larger Age of maxiseries.[6]Age of Rebellion will be collected into two volumes, Heroes and Villains that will release on August 20 and September 3, 2019, respectively. Heroes collects Princess Leia, Han Solo, Lando Calrissian, and Luke Skywalker; Villains collects Grand Moff Tarkin, Special, Boba Fett, Jabba the Hutt, and Darth Vader.[9][10]

  • Grand Moff Tarkin (April 2019)
  • Princess Leia (April 2019)
  • Special (April 2019)
  • Han Solo (May 2019)
  • Boba Fett (May 2019)
  • Lando Calrissian (May 2019)
  • Jabba the Hutt (May 2019)
  • Luke Skywalker (June 2019)
  • Darth Vader (June 2019)

Star Wars: Age of Resistance

Star Wars: Age of Resistance is an anthology miniseries published by Marvel Comics that debuted in July 2019. It will run for nine issues written by Tom Taylor and drawn by Leonard Kirk, and serves as the third and final part of the larger Age of maxiseries.[6]Age of Resistance will be collected into two volumes, Heroes and Villians that will release on November 26 and December 3, 2019, respectively. Heroes collects Finn, Special, Poe Dameron, Rose Tico and Rey; Villians collects Captain Phasma, General Hux, Supreme Leader Snoke, and Kylo Ren.[11][12]

  • Finn (July 2019)
  • Captain Phasma (July 2019)
  • Special (July 2019)
  • Poe Dameron (August 2019)
  • General Hux (August 2019)
  • Rose Tico (September 2019)
  • Supreme Leader Snoke (September 2019)
  • Rey (September 2019)
  • Kylo Ren (September 2019)

Comic strips

Star Wars Rebels comic strips

The Star Wars Rebels comic strips are set in-between episodes of the Disney XD television show of the same name. The first 37 strips were published in the monthly Germany, UK, and U.S.A. Star Wars Rebels Magazine issues, which debuted in January 2015. The UK and U.S.A. versions were discontinued in 2016, with the German version being discontinued in 2017. Starting with #38, the strips are now published in the bimonthly German magazine Star Wars Rebels Animation. Trade paperback volumes have also been released in Germany and France.

Star Wars Rebels Magazine Strips

All comics from this magazine were written by Martin Fisher and Jeremy Barlow.

  • Volume 1: Resistance (March 2016)
    • Ring Race (Issue #1)
    • Learning Patience (Issue #2)
    • The fake Jedi (Issue #3)
    • Kallus' Hunt (Issue #4)
    • Return of the Slavers (Issue #5)
    • Eyes on the Prize (Issue #6)
    • Sabotaged Supplies (Issue #7, reprinted in Issue #36)
    • Ezra's Vision (Issue #8, reprinted in Issue #38)
  • Volume 2: Changes (September 2016)
    • Senate Perspective (Issue #9)
    • Becoming Hunted (Issue #10)
    • Assessment (Issue #11)
    • Ocean Rescue (Issue #12)
    • Secrets of Sienar (Issue #13)
    • No Sympathy (Issue #14)
    • A Day's Duty (Issue #15)
    • Ice Breaking (Issue #16)
  • Volume 3: Rebellion at the Edge of the Galaxy (July 2017)
    • Vulnerable Areas (Issue #17)
    • Academy Cadets (Issue #18)
    • Escaping the Scrap Pile (Issue #19)
    • The Gangsters of Galzez (Issue #20)
    • Puffer Problems (Issue #21)
    • The Thune Cargo (Issue #22)
    • Always Bet on Chop (Issue #23)
    • The Second Chance (Issue #24)
  • Uncollected
    • The Ballad of 264 (Issue #25)
    • The Line of Duty (Issue #26)
    • A Time to Survive (Issue #27)
    • Too Late to Change (Issue #28)
    • The Size of the Fight (Issue #29)
    • The Wrong Crowd (Issue #30)
    • Off the Rails (Issue #31)
    • To Thy Metal Heart be True (Issue #32)
    • Sons of the Sky (Issue #33)
    • Final Round (Issue #34)
    • A Youth Unpromising (Issue #35)
    • Fifth and Final (Issue #37)
    • Never Far Behind (Issue #39)
Star Wars Animation Magazine Strips

All comics from this magazine were written by Alec Worley.

  • Uncollected
    • A Trooper's Worth (Issue #1)
    • Divide and Conquer (Issue #2)
    • The Beast Within (Issue #3)

Animated webcomics

In September 2015, multinational food and beverage company Nestlé released two animated webcomics as part of a licensed Star Wars-themed promotional campaign for The Force Awakens. Adapted from the novels The Weapon of a Jedi: A Luke Skywalker Adventure by Jason Fry and Smuggler's Run: A Han Solo & Chewbacca Adventure by Greg Rucka, the two animated comics were originally offered exclusively on the now-defunct Nestlé Comics website by typing a digital code featured on every box of Nestlé cereals.

Novel adaptations into german comics

The comics listed here are licensed by Disney, but were not released by Marvel or Disney-Lucasfilm Press. Their canonical status is disputed due to some minor changes made to the story due to cultural interpretation.[13]

Star Wars: Weapon of a Jedi (2017)

Star Wars: Weapon of a Jedi is a four-part German comic adaptation of the Jason Fry novel of the same name by Alec Worley. The comics are available in Issues #19-22 of Star Wars Magazin, published by Panini Comics. A trade paperback volume is set to be released in March 2018. It is currently unknown if there will be an English translation.[14] Set in the Rise of the Empire Era, between Episode IV: A New Hope and Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.

  • Issue #19, Comic #1 (March 2017)
  • Issue #20, Comic #2 (May 2017)
  • Issue #21, Comic #3 (July 2017)
  • Issue #22, Comic #4 (September 2017)

Star Wars: Smuggler's Run (2018)

Star Wars: Smuggler's Run is a four-part German comic adaptation of the Greg Rucka novel of the same name by Alec Worley. The comics are available in Issues #1-4 of Das Star Wars Universum, published by Panini Comics. It is currently unknown if there will be an English translation. Set in the Rise of the Empire Era, between Episode IV: A New Hope and Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.

  • Issue #1, Comic #1 (January 2018)
  • Issue #2, Comic #2 (February 2018)
  • Issue #3, Comic #3 (March 2018)
  • Issue #4, Comic #4 (April 2018)

Star Wars Legends comics original stories

The Legends story-lines are not considered part of the canon.

Before the Republic Era (37,000-25,000 BBY)

Dawn of the Jedi

36,453 BBY

Old Galactic Republic Era a.k.a. The Sith Era (5,000-1,000 BBY)

Tales of the Jedi

5,000 BBY

4,990 BBY

4,000 BBY - 3,999 BBY

3,998 BBY

3,996 BBY

3,993 BBY

3,986 BBY

Knights of the Old Republic

3,964 BBY

3,963 BBY

3,962 BBY

3,952 BBY

Cold War

3,678 BBY

3,653 BBY

3,643 BBY

2,975 BBY

Knight Errant

1,032 BBY

The Battle of Ruusan

1,000 BBY

Rise of the Empire Era (1,000-0 BBY)

Prelude to War

1000 BBY

996 BBY

700 BBY

245 BBY

67 BBY

58 BBY

53 BBY

45 BBY

44 BBY

43 BBY

38 BBY

37 BBY

36 BBY

34 BBY

33 BBY

32.5 BBY

The Phantom Menace

32 BBY

The Calm Before the Storm

31 BBY

30 BBY

28 BBY

27 BBY

25 BBY

24 BBY

23 BBY

Attack of the Clones/The Clone Wars

22 BBY

21.5 BBY

21 BBY

20 BBY

19.5 BBY

Revenge of the Sith

19 BBY

18 BBY

18-5 BBY

17 BBY

  • Darth Vader and the Cry of Shadows by Tim Siedell

15 BBY

12 BBY

11 BBY

10 BBY

  • Star Wars Blood Ties: Boba Fett is Dead by Tom Taylor

8 BBY

7 BBY

6 BBY

The Dark Times

5 BBY

4 BBY

3 BBY

2 BBY

1 BBY

The Rebellion Era (0-5 ABY)

A New Hope

0 ABY

1 ABY

2 ABY

The Empire Strikes Back

3 ABY

Return of the Jedi

4 ABY

New Galactic Republic Era (5-25 ABY)

5 ABY

6 ABY

7 ABY

8 ABY

9 ABY

10 ABY

11 ABY

13 ABY

15 ABY

19 ABY

20 ABY

The New Jedi Order Era (25-37 ABY)

25 ABY

28 ABY

Legacy Era (40 ABY onwards)

40 ABY

130 ABY

138 ABY

Long after Yavin

Infinities Era (not within timeline)

Writers

This is a list of Star Wars comic book writers. It covers those who have written for series, one-shots, film adaptations, and comics from Star Wars Tales.

Star Wars manga

All are direct adaptations of the films or canonical from canonical novels.

Film adaptations into manga

Produced before Disney.

Star Wars: Story Before the Force Awakens (2015)

The comics listed here are licensed by Disney, but were not released by Marvel or Disney-Lucasfilm Press. Their canonical status is disputed due to some minor changes made to the story due to cultural interpretation but all are film adaptations.[15]

Star Wars: Story Before the Force Awakens is a webcomic adaptation of the original trilogy by Korean artist and writer Hong Jac-ga. The strips were translated to English and have been made available worldwide on Line Webtoon.[16]The Story Before the Force Awakens spans the "Rise of the Empire Era" and the "Rebellion Era".

Novel adaptations into manga

The comics listed here are licensed by Disney, but were not released by Marvel or Disney-Lucasfilm Press. Their canonical status is disputed due to some minor changes made to the story due to cultural interpretation, but all adapt canonical novels.[17]

Star Wars: Lost Stars (2017)

Star Wars: Lost Stars is a webcomic adaptation of the Claudia Gray novel of the same name by Japanese artist and writer Komiyama Yuusaku. The strips debuted May 4, 2017 on the Japanese version of Line Webtoon.[18] A trade paperback will be released in December 2017, with an English translation to be released in May 2018.[19] Spans the Rise of the Empire Era, the Rebellion Era, and the New Republic Era, from approximately 11 years before Episode IV: A New Hope to 1 year after Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.

  • Volume 1 (December 2017)
    • Prologue #1 (May 2017)
    • Prologue #2 (May 2017)
    • Issue #1 (June 2017)
    • Artwork #1 (June 2017)
    • Issue #2 (July 2017)
    • Issue #3 (July 2017)
    • Issue #4 (August 2017)
    • Issue #5 (August 2017)
    • Issue #6 (September 2017)
    • Issue #7 (September 2017)
    • Issue #8 (October 2017)
    • Issue #9 (October 2017)
    • Issue #10 (November 2017)
    • Issue #11 (November 2017)
  • Uncollected
    • Issue #12 (December 2017)
    • Artwork #2 (December 2017)
    • Issue #13 (January 2018)
    • Issue #14 (January 2018)
    • Issue #15 (February 2018)
    • Issue #16 (February 2018)
    • Issue #17 (March 2018)
    • Issue #18 (March 2018)
    • Issue #19 (April 2018)
    • Issue #20 (May 2018)
    • Issue #21 (May 2018)
    • Issue #22 (June 2018)
    • Issue #23 (July 2018)
    • Issue #24 (July 2018)
    • Issue #25 (August 2018)

Star Wars: Leia, Princess of Alderaan (2018)

Star Wars: Leia, Princess of Alderaan is a webcomic adaptation of the Claudia Gray novel of the same name by Japanese artist Komiyama Yusaku. The strips are set to debut in June 2018 on the Japanese version of Line Webtoon.[20] Set approximately three years before Episode IV: A New Hope.

Star Wars: Lords of the Sith and Star Wars: Heir to the Jedi (2018)

Star Wars: Lords of the Sith and Star Wars: Heir to the Jedi are Japanese comic adaptations of the novels by the same names. The comics will be published by Line Webtoon and feature art submitted by AOKI, winner of a fan contest. Both comics will debut in 2018.[21]

References

Footnotes

  1. ^ Also included in Classic Star Wars: A Long Time Ago... Volume 1: Doomworld by Archie Goodwin (which collects Marvel Star Wars #1-20)
  2. ^ Also included in Classic Star Wars: A Long Time Ago... Volume 3: Resurrection of Evil (which collects Marvel's Star Wars #39-53)

Citations

  1. ^ Breznican, Anthony (February 16, 2018). "Here's how a galaxy of new books will connect to Solo: A Star Wars Story". Entertainment Weekly.
  2. ^ "Star Wars Comic Books For Younger Readers Coming To IDW Publishing". IDW. Retrieved 2017.
  3. ^ "Comics (non-Marvel)". Once Upon a Galaxy. WordPress. Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ "NYCC 2017: New Thrawn Novel Revealed and More from Lucasfilm's Publishing Panel". Star Wars. Lucasfilm Ltd. Retrieved 2017.
  5. ^ "SDCC 2018: IDW's Tales from Vader's Castle to Bring the Galactic Frights this October - Exclusive". www.starwars.com. Lucasfilm Ltd. Retrieved 2018.
  6. ^ a b c "SDCC 2018: Queen's Shadow Revealed and More from the Lucasfilm Publishing Panel". www.starwars.com. Lucasfilm Ltd. Retrieved 2018.
  7. ^ "Star Wars: Age of the Republic - Heroes". www.amazon.com.
  8. ^ "Star Wars: Age of the Republic - Villains". www.amazon.com.
  9. ^ "Star Wars: Age of the Rebellion - Heroes". www.amazon.com.
  10. ^ "Star Wars: Age of the Rebellion - Villains". www.amazon.com.
  11. ^ "Star Wars: Age of the Resistance - Heroes". www.amazon.com.
  12. ^ "Star Wars: Age of the Resistance - Villains". www.amazon.com.
  13. ^ @jenheddle (May 29, 2015). "@DarthSpiriah @pauldunahoo @MasterAndrew15 It is approved but its canon status is grey area. We gave them leeway for cultural interpretation" (Tweet). Retrieved – via Twitter.
  14. ^ Florian. "Panini adaptiert den Roman Die Waffe eines Jedi als Comic [UPDATE: Vorschau]". Jedi-Bibliothek. Retrieved 2017.
  15. ^ @jenheddle (May 29, 2015). "@DarthSpiriah @pauldunahoo @MasterAndrew15 It is approved but its canon status is grey area. We gave them leeway for cultural interpretation" (Tweet). Retrieved – via Twitter.
  16. ^ "Star Wars, List1 | LINE Webtoon".
  17. ^ @jenheddle (May 29, 2015). "@DarthSpiriah @pauldunahoo @MasterAndrew15 It is approved but its canon status is grey area. We gave them leeway for cultural interpretation" (Tweet). Retrieved – via Twitter.
  18. ^ "LINELINE 7". LINE. Retrieved 2017.
  19. ^ Nadine. "Yen Press Announces a Manga Adaptation of Star Wars: Lost Stars". Yen Press. Retrieved 2017.
  20. ^ "?LINELINE STAR WARS COMICS?". LINE. Retrieved 2018.
  21. ^ "\STAR WARS?40?!!?/?LINE STAR WARS ? 2017!!". LINE. Retrieved 2017.

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