Galaxy of Fear ~ 6 Months ANH
BNH=Before ‘a New Hope’ ANH=After ‘A New Hope’
Galaxy of Fear #2 : City of the Dead
|D’vouran seems like a normal enough planet. The friendly locals welcome Tash, Zak, and their uncle Hoole with open arms. But Tash has a bad feeling about this place. There’s a madman running around the streets shouting that people are disappearing. He’s saying they’ve just vanished into thin air. Tash knows that’s impossible. But something is really wrong on D’vouran. Will she find the courage to trust her gut instincts . . . before it’s too late?
Galaxy of Fear #3 : Planet Plague
|When Hoole decides to visit the planet Gobindi, even a warning from Tash’s anonymous HoloNet contact isn’t enough to change his mind. He’s determined to study the planet’s ancient ruins. For Tash, it’s a chance to discover what her mysterious uncle is really up to. On Gobindi, Tash thinks she’s discovered an Imperial plot to spread a terrible virus across the galaxy. But when Hoole assures her that nothing is wrong, Tash is relieved. For a little while. When a big brown bump appears on her arm, Tash is scared. Has Hoole lied to her? Is he working with the Empire? Tash knows she must discover the truth. Meanwhile, the bump on her arm is getting bigger …
Galaxy of Fear #4 : The Nightmare Machine
|Hologram Fun World. It’s a theme park visited by families from all across the galaxy. It’s a place where Tash and Zak can safely hang out while Hoole continues his work. It’s a place where daytime fun turns into nighttime terror. One of the park’s attractions is called the Nightmare Machine. It scans your brain, then shows you your worst fears in holographic form. Hairy, creepy-crawly insects. Cyborrean battle dogs thirsting for blood. But it’s not real, so it’s fun – right? Wrong. As Zak and Tash will soon find out, nightmares can come true.
Galaxy of Fear #5 : Ghost of the Jedi
|Tash, Zak, and their uncle Hoole are on the run from evil Imperial scientist Borborygmus Gog. The only place to hide is on Nespis 8, an abandoned space station. There used to be a giant Jedi library on Nespis 8. According to Deevee, the library is still there, but it’s cursed . . . and haunted by the gohst of a Jedi. If they can find the library, maybe Tash and Zak can find a way to stop Gog. But something evils dwells on Nespis 8. And it’s much scarier than a Jedi ghost.
Galaxy of Fear #6 : Army of Terror
|Hoole, Tash, Zak, and Deevee head for Kiva, a dark world on the Outer Rim. Somehow, Hoole knows that is where Gog’s laboratory lies. There, Tash and Zak will finally learn Hoole’s terrible secret. And they’ll come face-to-face with a horrifying new creature, the very first soldier in Gog’s Army of Terror. The creature is a combination of every one of Gog’s horrible experiments, and there is only one way to defeat him. Can Tash and Zak figure out the answer before it’s too late?
Galaxy of Fear #7 : The Brain Spiders
|Uncle Hoole’s idea of a vacation is visiting the palace of Jabba the Hutt. Of course, it’s a working vacation. Hoole wants to study the B’omarr monks who live in tunnels beneath the palace. If Jabba isn’t enough to give Zak and Tash nightmares, the monks should do it. The most enlightened monks don’t have bodies. They’re just brains in jars. Brains in jars that walk around on robotic legs. Worst of all, one of the monks is mad-not just angry- mad, but out-of-his-mind mad. And if Tash isn’t careful, she might lose her head.
Galaxy of Fear #8 : The Swarm
|The Sikadian Garden on Sk’rrr is full of beautiful flowers…and some other, not-so-pretty things. There are also shreevs, batlike creatures that swoop down and feast on beetles. Big beetles with biting mouths. When Zak accidentally kills one of the shreevs, he doesn’t think it’s such a big deal. He was just defending himself, after all. But then Zak wakes up in the middle of the night, covered in beetles. And an Imperial officer turns up dead…smothered by bugs. Zak knows that this is not prime. There are beetles everywhere! Did he upset the garden’s ecological balance when he killed the shreev? And is there any way to stop the swarm?
Galaxy of Fear #9 : Spore
|Tash, Zak, and Uncle Hoole stop of the planet Ithor for supplies, including a mineral the Shroud needs for its engines. The mineral isn’t available on Ithor, but one of the Ithorians knows where they can find it-on a mining colony in the middle of a space slug-filled asteroid belt. The journey to the colony is filled with many dangers. But nothing prepares Hoole, Tash, and Zak for what they meet when they reach their destination. An ancient life- form has been released from its tomb. It has lurked there, waiting, for many years. It cannot be seen. It is made from pure evil. And its name is Spore.
Galaxy of Fear #10 : The Doomsday Ship
|Bug swarms, space slugs, brains on legs, mad Imperial scientists-Zak has had enough! He’s glad to be on board the luxury space yacht Star of Empire, where at last there’s peace and quiet. Until-“Abandon ship! Critical meltdown!” As the blaring siren sounds, panic- striken passengers rush to get off the ship. Everyone evacuates…except Zak and Tash. But to their relief, nothing happens. There’s no meltdown, no explosion. Everything is fine. Except that the ship’s exits are sealed and all communications have been shut down. Zak and Tash are trapped. And they are not alone.
Galaxy of Fear #11 : Clones
|In the ruins of an abandoned Jedi fortress on the remote planet of Dantooine, Tash Arranda stands, all alone. At least, she thinks she’s alone. She senses something in the ruins- something dark. The darkness is stronger than Tash, and against her will, she reaches out to it. It makes her feel powerful. And it frightens her. Tash doesn’t know that this is only the beginning of a terrifying journey into an evil world, where she’ll be forced to fight her own brother and uncle…to the death.
Galaxy of Fear #12 : The Hunger
|A survey team crash-lands on an unknown planet. The planet is dark, and its fetid swamps are filled with flesh-eating flowers, fearsome swamp slugs, and deadly dragonsnakes. No one hears the survey team’s distress signals. They are stranded. Thirty years later, Zak and Tash and their uncle Hoote, with Boba Fett in pursuit, land on the planet. Descendants of the survey team–half-starved and crazed with fevers–are still alive. They call themselves the Children, and how they have survived is a mystery. Does the strange creature named Yoda have the answer?