Dark Forces – Graphic Story Albums

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Dark Forces – Graphic Story Albums -5 Years BNH

BNH=Before ‘a New Hope’     ANH=After ‘A New Hope’

Dark Forces : Soldier for the Empire
Writer:William C. Dietz
Artist:Dean Williams
Cover Artist:Dean Williams
Format:Graphic Novel
Details:127 pages – $24.95 US, $34.95 CAN
Publish Date:March 1, 1997
Publisher:Dark Horse
Kyle Katarn is a decorated graduate from the Imperial Military Academy; he would forfeit his very life for the Empire. But he wouldn’t forfeit his father’s life, and that’s what the Empire has taken. Kyle is willing to do anything to avenge his father’s death — anything from selling classified information to a suicide run. And that’s just what the Rebel Alliance has in mind for him. Soldier for the Empire is the first in a series of graphic-story albums featuring characters and situations based on the popular Star Wars: Dark Forces interactive games. Like Dark Horse’s first graphic- story album, Aliens: Tribes, this novella-length prose story is accentuated by 25 full-page, painted illustrations.

 

Dark Forces : Rebel Agent
Writer:William C. Dietz
Artist:Ezra Tucker
Cover Artist:Ezra Tucker
Format:Graphic Novel
Details:128 pages – $24.95 US, $33.95 CAN
Publish Date:March 11, 1998
Publisher:Dark Horse
Following Dark Forces — Soldier for the Empire, part two of this graphic-story-album trilogy chronicles the adventures of Kyle Katarn as he learns of the mysterious Valley of the Jedi, discovered by his father years ago. Trapped in the Valley is an enormous reservoir of energy, waiting to be released. Who will reach the Valley — and its power — first, Kyle, or the Dark Jedi known as Jerec?

 

Dark Forces : Jedi Knight
Writer:William C. Dietz
Artist:Dave Dorman
Cover Artist:Dave Dorman
Format:Graphic Novel
Details:128 pages – $24.95 US, $33.95 CAN
Publish Date:October 14, 1998
Publisher:Dark Horse
Following Dark Forces — Rebel Agent, the conclusion of this graphic-story-album trilogy chronicles the adventures of Kyle Katarn as he arrives on Ruusan only to discover that Jerec and his band of Dark Jedi are looting the Valley of the Jedi, hoping to seize control of the almost unbelievable power that is trapped there. In order to stop them, Kyle must find the valley and fulfill his destiny as a Jedi!

 


Alternate Editions …

Dark Forces : Soldier for the Empire
Format:Trade Paperback
Details:128 pages – $14.95 US, $23.50 CAN
Publish Date:August 5, 1998
Publisher:Dark Horse
Kyle Katarn is a decorated graduate from the Imperial Military Academy who would forfeit his very life for the Empire. But he wouldn’t forfeit his father’s life, and that’s what the Empire has taken. Kyle is willing to do anything to avenge his father’s death, which is what the Rebel Alliance is counting on. Collected for the first time in trade-paperback format.

 

Dark Forces : Rebel Agent
Format:Trade Paperback
Details:128 pages – $14.95 US, $23.50 CAN
Publish Date:April 7, 1999
Publisher:Dark Horse
Following Dark Forces — Soldier for the Empire, Part Two of this lushly illustrated prose trilogy chronicles the adventures of Kyle Katarn as he learns of the mysterious Valley of the Jedi, discovered by his father years ago. Trapped in the Valley is an enormous reservoir of energy, waiting to be released. Who will reach the Valley — and its power — first, Kyle or the Dark Jedi known as Jerec? Written by William C. Dietz and accompanied by 25 painted illustrations by artist Ezra Tucker.

 

Dark Forces : Jedi Knight
Format:Trade Paperback
Details:128 pages – $14.95 US, $23.50 CAN
Publish Date:October 20, 1999
Publisher:Dark Horse
Now available in trade paperback, this graphic-story album–a prose novella with twenty-five full-page painted illustrations–concludes the sweeping trilogy based on characters and events introduced in the popular Dark Forces interactive games. Jedi Knight chronicles the adventures of Rebel agent Kyle Katarn as he seeks to prevent the legendary Valley of the Jedi from falling into the hands of the Empire’s Jerec, a Dark Jedi who plans to harness the unbelievable power of the Valley for his own ends.

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