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Star Wars (manga)


Star Wars
The first volume of the Star Wars manga, published in Japan on July 15, 1998
Genre Science fiction, Fantasy
Manga
A New Hope
Written by George Lucas
Illustrated by Hisao Tamaki
English publisher
Volumes 4
Manga
The Empire Strikes Back
Written by George Lucas
Illustrated by Toshiki Kudo
English publisher
NA
Tokyopop
Volumes 4
Manga
Return of the Jedi
Written by George Lucas
Illustrated by Shin'ichi Hiromoto
English publisher
NA
Tokyopop
Volumes 4
Manga
The Phantom Menace
Written by George Lucas
Illustrated by Kia Asamiya
English publisher
NA
Tokyopop
Volumes 2

Four Star Wars films have been adapted to manga. There are currently no manga adaptations of Attack of the Clones or Revenge of the Sith.

Volumes

A New Hope

Artwork - Hisao Tamaki
Volumes - 4
Volume 1: Luke meeting Obi-wan and the droids, destruction of Luke's home
Volume 2: Meeting of Han Solo, journey to Death Star
Volume 3: Death Star events, Obi-wan's death
Volume 4: Attack of Death Star

The Empire Strikes Back

Artwork - Toshiki Kudo
Volumes - 4
Volume 1: Hoth Battle
Volume 2: Meeting Yoda
Volume 3: Han, Leia, Chewbacca, C3P-O on Cloud City
Volume 4: Han frozen, Luke loses his hand to Vader

Return of the Jedi

Artwork - Shin-Ichi Hiromoto
Volumes - 4
Volume 1: Everyone captured by Jabba
Volume 2: Escape from Jabba, head to Dagobah
Volume 3: Ewok village, Luke's capture
Volume 4: Death of Vader and Palpatine

The Phantom Menace

Artwork - Kia Asamiya
Volumes - 2
Volume 1: Finding of Anakin
Volume 2: Qui-Gon's death and Darth Maul battle

Notes

  • To conform to Western standards, the art was copied in mirror-image in order to be read from left-to-right.

External links

  • A New Hope review of Animerica
  • The Phantom Menace review of Animerica
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