The Thrawn Trilogy #3 – The Last Command – Comics Adaptation

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The Thrawn Trilogy #3 – The Last Command – Comics Adaptation –  9 Years ANH

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

The Last Command #1
Writer:Mike Baron
Story:Timothy Zahn
Artist:Edvin Biukovic
Cover Artist:Mathieu Lauffray
Format:Comic
Details:32 pages – $2.95 US, $4.15 CAN
Publish Date:November 26, 1997
Publisher:Dark Horse
The decorated pair come together to adapt Timothy Zahn’s best-selling novel The Last Command, in which Grand Admiral Thrawn creates an army of clones for the Empire and Leia gives birth to twins, Jacen and Jaina Solo, destined to become powerful Jedi.

 

The Last Command #2
Writer:Mike Baron
Story:Timothy Zahn
Penciller:Edvin Biukovic
Inker:Eric Shanower
Cover Artist:Mathieu Lauffray
Format:Comic
Details:32 pages – $2.95 US, $4.15 CAN
Publish Date:December 24, 1997
Publisher:Dark Horse
When Imperials, disguised as security personnel, break into the palace and try to snatch Jacen and Jaina Solo, they’re forced to deal with the likes of Mara and Han; but who’s side is Mara really on? The epic continues and the intrigue thickens in the second installment of this adaptation of the best-selling novel!

 

The Last Command #3
Writer:Mike Baron
Story:Timothy Zahn
Penciller:Edvin Biukovic
Inker:Eric Shanower
Cover Artist:Mathieu Lauffray
Format:Comic
Details:32 pages – $2.95 US, $4.15 CAN
Publish Date:February 4, 1998
Publisher:Dark Horse
Approaching the midpoint of the climactic story in Timothy Zahn’s exciting Thrawn series, all the story lines are moving toward a convergence: the scheming smugglers, Mara Jade’s mysterious past, Grand Admiral Thrawn’s plans for using clones to help defeat the New Republic, and Leia’s growing concern for the protection of her newborn twins.

 

The Last Command #4
Writer:Mike Baron
Story:Timothy Zahn
Penciller:Edvin Biukovic
Inker:Eric Shanower
Cover Artist:Mathieu Lauffray
Format:Comic
Details:32 pages – $2.95 US, $4.15 CAN
Publish Date:March 25, 1998
Publisher:Dark Horse
Continuing the adaptation of the sequel to Star Wars: Dark Force Rising. Adapted from the best-selling Bantam novel by Timothy Zahn, with fantastic art by a pair of Russ Manning Award-winners, Edvin Biukovic, and Eric Shanower.

 

The Last Command #5
Writer:Mike Baron
Story:Timothy Zahn
Penciller:Edvin Biukovic
Inker:Eric Shanower
Cover Artist:Mathieu Lauffray
Format:Comic
Details:32 pages – $2.95 US, $4.15 CAN
Publish Date:April 29, 1998
Publisher:Dark Horse
We’re getting closer to a final resolution in the standoff between Grand Admiral Thrawn’s forces and the heroes of the New Republic. Feints and counter-feints abound as Thrawn attempts to outguess the New Republic’s Bilbringi attack strategy. Meanwhile, Jedi Master C’baoth is confident that he will end up the biggest winner in this battle.

 

The Last Command #6
Writer:Mike Baron
Story:Timothy Zahn
Penciller:Edvin Biukovic
Inker:Eric Shanower
Cover Artist:Mathieu Lauffray
Format:Comic
Details:32 pages – $2.95 US, $4.15 CAN
Publish Date:July 29, 1998
Publisher:Dark Horse
Grand Admiral Thrawn sets his trap for the New Republic as they arrive through hyperspace to the Bilbringi Shipyards. Meanwhile, Luke and Mara Jade confront Jedi Master C’baoth in his hidden prison chambers inside Mt. Tantiss. C’baoth has a surprise waiting for Luke, and as Luke faces himself, the true battle of the Force begins.

 


This Story Collected In …

The Last Command
Cover Artist:Mathieu Lauffray
Format:Trade Paperback
Details:144 pages – $17.95 US, $27.95 CAN
Publish Date:June 2, 1999
Publisher:Dark Horse
The Last Command concludes the adaptation of Timothy Zahn’s best-selling Thrawn Trilogy, drawing to a shattering climax the events set into motion in Heir to the Empire and Dark Force Rising. Thrawn is creating an army of genetically engineered shock troops in an effort to overwhelm the forces of the Rebellion. Meanwhile, dark Jedi Master C’baoth plans to kidnap the newborn twins of Princess Leia and raise them as the first of a new legion of dark Jedi!

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