Star Wars #3, September 1977 Issue - Second Printing - Marvel Comics

Star Wars #3, September 1977 Issue - Second Printing - Marvel Comics

From View Obscura Comics

Price $7.00 Order Here

2nd printing.

This comic book is in almost new condition. Comic is complete with cover and all pages attached. This comic has very few flaws that warrant a Fine grade.

Note: Moderate spine creasing.

Comic Book will be shipped bagged and boarded!

Screenplay by George Lucas. Adapted by Roy Thomas. Art by Howard Chaykin and Steve Leialoha.

The evil Galactic Empire tests its ultimate weapon on Princess Leia's homeworld with devastating results. Meanwhile, Ben Kenobi begins Luke Skywalker's training in the ways of the force. However things take a turn for the worse when the Millennium Falcon is captured within the unrelenting grasp of the Death Star's tractor-beam. Now, it's up to this small motley band of heroes to mount a daring rescue attempt of the Princess from within the very bowels of the Empire's most powerful weapon.

See Also: Star Wars #4, October 1977 Issue - Marvel Comics

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