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Star Wars: The Bounty Hunters

Bounty Hunters (Trade Paperback)
Publishing company Dark Horse Comics
Subject Star Wars
Genre Science fiction
Release date(s) 13 September 2000
Country US
Language English
Number of pages 112
ISBN ISBN 1-56971-467-3
Expanded Universe
Era Rise of the Empire
Galactic Year 31 BBY-11 ABY
Creative team
Cover artist(s) Dave Dorman
The Bounty Hunters collects four one-shot comics, and was released September 13, 2000


  • Issues 1
    • The Bounty Hunters: Aurra Sing 1.1
    • The Bounty Hunters: Kenix Kil 1.2
    • The Bounty Hunters: Scoundrel's Wages 1.3
    • Boba Fett: Twin Engines of Destruction 1.4
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The Bounty Hunters: Aurra Sing

The Bounty Hunters: Aurra Sing
Art by Timothy Truman
Script: Timothy Truman
Cover Art: Timothy Truman
Art: Timothy Truman
Letters: Michael Taylor
Colors: Dave McCaig
32 Pages
Galactic Year: 31 BBY
Preceded by: Twilight
Followed by: Infinity's End

The Bounty Hunters: Kenix Kil

Script: Randy Stradley
Cover Art: Doug Wheatley & Dave McCaig
Pencils: Javier Saltares
Inks: Christopher Ivy
Letters: Amador Cisneros
Colors: Digital Broome
32 Pages
Galactic Year: 11 ABY
Preceded by: Crimson Empire
Followed by: Crimson Empire II: Council of Blood

The Bounty Hunters: Scoundrel's Wages

Script: Mark Schultz
Cover Art: Marc Gabbana
Pencils: Mel Rubi
Inks: Andrew Pepoy
Letters: Clem Robins
Colors: Dan Jackson
32 Pages
Galactic Year: 3 ABY
Preceded by: Shadows of the Empire
Followed by: Skreej

Boba Fett: Twin Engines of Destruction

Script: Andy Mangles
Cover Art: John Nadeau
Pencils: John Nadeau
Inks: Jordi Ensign
Letters: Michael Taylor
Colors: Cary Porter
32 Pages
Galactic Year: 6 ABY
Preceded by: Dark Forces: Jedi Knight
Followed by: Problem Solvers

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