Empire #23 : The Bravery of Being Out of Range

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Empire #23 : The Bravery of Being Out of Range ~ 6 Months ANH

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

Empire #23 : The Bravery of Being Out of Range
Writer:Jeremy Barlow
Artist:Brandon Badeaux
Cover Artist:Kilian Plunkett
Format:Comic
Details:32 pages – $2.99 US
Publish Date:August 25, 2004
Publisher:Dark Horse
It was supposed to be an easy gig ? transport a young woman across the desert to the waiting arms of her friends. But nothing?s ever easy for reformed smuggler BoShek, and he soon finds himself in the middle of a struggle between a militant cell of the Rebel Alliance and Imperial operatives?and in direct conflict with his own desires to avoid galactic politics.

With the fires of civil war burning around him, BoShek may be forced to make a stand with one side or the other ? unless he can make a run?

The first full-feature comics adventure of one of the most intriguing characters from the Mos Eisley cantina, the ?Rockabilly Spaceman? himself, BoShek!

 


This Story Collected In …

Empire Volume 5 : Allies And Adversaries
Format:Trade Paperback
Details:120 pages – $14.95 US
Publish Date:February 1, 2006
Publisher:Dark Horse
Luke Skywalker fights side-by-side with a shipwrecked veteran from the Clone Wars, Han Solo?s flirtations with an old flame land him in the fire, and BoShek (the galaxy’s second-coolest smuggler) attracts a whole lotta blaster fire from Rebels and Imperials alike in this collection featuring some of the most unexpected stories in the era of the Empire! Whether it?s BoShek transporting an innocent-enough looking girl, Han making a supply run for the resource-strapped Alliance, or Luke flying escort for a Rebel Intelligence team on a supposedly deserted planet, these adventures may start as routine missions, but their endings are anything but predictable!

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