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Dark Horse's comic book reimagining of George Lucas' original "Star Wars" story reaches its end in "The Star Wars" #8 by J.W. Rinzler & Mike Mayhew.
In the penultimate issue of "The Star Wars," the Wookiees help Luke Starkiller save Leia from Vader, and CBR has an exclusive preview!
J.W. Rinzler spoke with CBR News about delivering George Lucas' original draft for "Star Wars" as a miniseries for Dark Horse. Plus, exclusive art.
Dark Horse's reimagining of George Lucas' original "Star Wars" screenplay continues in "The Star Wars" #3 by Jonathan Rinzler and Mike Mayhew!
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR has an exclusive preview from a different galaxy, far, far away in "The Star Wars" #2, adapted from George Lucas' original story by Jonathan Rinzler and Mike Mayhew, on sale Oct. 2.
Although J.W. Rinzler and Mike Mayhew's "The Star Wars" is somewhat of a mixed bag, the comic version of George Lucas' first "Star Wars" draft is "worth checking out for anybody who likes a good space opera."
Word surfaces of Fantagraphics' Don Rosa Library series! Interviews with Mort Walker and Ellen Forney! J.W. Rinzler on "The Star Wars"! "Geek therapists" use comics and superheroes in their practice! Plus more!
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an advance look at J.W. Rinzler & Mike Mayhew's "The Star Wars"#1, the official adaptation of George Lucas' original "Star Wars" screenplay, on sale Sept. 4!
J.W. Rinzler spoke with CBR News about adapting George Lucas' original "Star Wars" screenplay for Dark Horse Comics, bringing a new cast of characters to life and the alternate world that is "The Star Wars."
In a candid, spoiler-filled interview, writer J.W. Rinzler discusses and artist Mike Mayhew's Dark Horse Comics adaption of George Lucas' original concept for his blockbuster multimedia franchise, "The Star Wars."
In what Lucasfilm and Dark Horse call "the biggest event in the history of 'Star Wars' comics," the publisher revealed at WonderCon it will adapt George Lucas’ rough-draft original screenplay for the 1977 blockbuster.
In the latest POP!, George and Lucasfilm's J.W. Rinzler discussed the newly released "Star Wars Art: Visions" which features the Star Wars universe as seen through the eyes of many comic book, pop and other artists.