STAR WARS
Starfighter
Crossbones

Rise of The Empire Era

   RISE OF THE EMPIRE ERA:
1,000 - 0 years before Star Wars: A New Hope

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Crossbones #1 (of 3)

Place in timeline - 24 years before A New Hope

Published: January 2002
Written: Haden Blackman
Pencilled: Ramon F. Bachs
Inked: Raul Fernandez
Cover: J. H. Williams

 
Following on the heels of LucasArts' Starfighter video game comes Crossbones, a limited series featuring the intimidating pirate captain Nym in his own solo adventure. The story begins eight years after the Battle of Naboo and Nym is down and out on Rodia. In the hopes of earning some quick credits, Nym agrees to hunt down Sol Sixxa, a pirate terrorizing the watery world of Maramere. But first, Nym must lead a rag-tag Rodian tribe to victory in a violent clan war...


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Crossbones #2 (of 3)

Place in timeline - 24 years before A New Hope

Published: February 2002
Written: Haden Blackman
Pencilled: Ramon F. Bachs
Inked: Raul Fernandez
Cover: J. H. Williams

 
The solo adventure featuring Nym, the rowdy alien mercenary from LucasArts' Starfighter video game, continues in part two of the Crossbones limited series. After accepting a mission to hunt down the deadly pirate Sol Sixxa, Nym travels to the planet Maramere -- located in the heart of a massive Trade Federation operation. After dodging the Trade Federation, Nym does a bit of wreck diving in Maramere's watery depths, searching for clues to Sol Sixxa's whereabouts...


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Crossbones #3 (of 3)

Place in timeline - 24 years before A New Hope

Published: March 2002
Written: Haden Blackman
Pencilled: Ramon F. Bachs
Inked: Raul Fernandez
Cover: J. H. Williams

 
In the conclusion of the three-part series, mercenary alien Nym confronts the murderous villain Sol Sixxa in an epic ship-to-ship battle on the oceans of Maramere. High-seas action, Star Wars-style, culminates in a fight to the death. But when the Trade Federation arrives, will either pirate survive?


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