Marvel Star Wars #59 - Bazarre

Fungio - Posté le 22 février 2012

Scénariste(s) Walter Simonson, David Michelinie
Déssinateur(s) Walter Simonson
Coloriste(s) Don Warfield
Encreur(s) Tom Palmer
Artiste(s) de couverture Walter Simonson
Date de parution 01/05/1982
Genre Comic
Époque +3 ap. BY
Éditeur Marvel Comics

Marvel Star Wars #59 - Bazarre

Fungio - Posté le 22 février 2012

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Lando Calrissian and Luke Skywalker arrive at the gigantic merchant station known as Bazarre, where they meet with a shifty administrator named Orion Ferret. Lando has had dealings with Ferret in the past and does not trust him. However, they need Ferret’s connections in order to secure a purchase of four black market Imperial TIE fighters. After receiving his payment, Ferret gives Luke and Lando a small shuttle-craft as well as coordinates for a planet known as Patch-4. Patch-4 is a garbage world and it is here that the TIE fighters have been secreted away. Luke and Lando leave Chewbacca on Bazarre while they fly the shuttle to the planet of trash.
With Luke and Lando off the station, Orion attempts to sabotage the Rebels’ mission. Ferret is greedy and believes that if he kills Luke and Lando, he not only gets to keep his money and his ships, but he also gets to keep the Millennium Falcon. Knowing that Chewbacca will harm him if he discovers the double-cross, he attempts to imprison the Wookiee inside of a gelationus spritzer solution. Chewbacca escapes and begins chasing Orion all throughout the station. Orion attempts to flee inside of his personal shuttle, but Chewbacca destroys it with a few well-placed shots from his bowcaster.
Back on Patch-4. Luke and Lando begin sifting through the wreckage and eventually come upon the half-buried TIE fighters. Suddenly, a large worm-like creature known as a Watchbeast bursts through the ground and begins attacking them. Luke and Lando retreat into a cave that leads into an immense underground network of tunnels. Here they meet, Serja Kesselrook—a homeless nomad. Serja invites them inside and introduces them to an entire colony of degenerates who have remarkably found a way to make Patch-4 their home. Serja tells the Rebels that the Watchbeast (whose name is Caesar) belongs to Orion Ferret. Ferret controls the beast by way of a sonic pacifier located on the shuttle-craft.
Luke and Lando return to the surface. Lando distracts the Watchbeast with blaster fire, allowing Luke the ability to sneak past it and get back to the shuttle. Retrieving the pacifier, Luke activates it causing the Watchbeast to fall asleep. With nothing left to disrupt their mission, they pick up Chewbacca and bring the four TIE fighters back to the Rebel base on Arbra.

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Titre Editeur Date de parution Prix ISBN
Classic Star Wars: A Long Time Ago #5 Dark Horse 28/07/1999 12.95
Classic Star Wars: A Long Time Ago... Volume 4: Screams in the Void TPB Dark Horse 22/01/2003 29.95 978-1-569-71787-5
Omnibus: A Long Time Ago... Volume 3 TPB Dark Horse 19/01/2011 24.99 978-1-595-82639-8
Star Wars: The Original Marvel Years Volume 2 Marvel Comics 03/06/2015 125 978-0-7851-9342-5

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Scénariste(s) Walter Simonson, David Michelinie
Déssinateur(s) Walter Simonson
Coloriste(s) Don Warfield
Encreur(s) Tom Palmer
Artiste(s) de couverture Walter Simonson
Date de parution 01/05/1982
Genre Comic
Époque +3 ap. BY
Éditeur Marvel Comics

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