Marvel Star Wars #77 - Chanteuse of the Stars...

Fungio - Posté le 22 février 2012

Scénariste(s) Mary Jo Duffy
Déssinateur(s) Ron Frenz
Coloriste(s) Glynis Wein
Encreur(s) Tom Palmer
Artiste(s) de couverture Ron Frenz, Tom Palmer
Date de parution 01/11/1983
Genre Comic
Époque +3 ap. BY
Éditeur Marvel Comics

Marvel Star Wars #77 - Chanteuse of the Stars...

Fungio - Posté le 22 février 2012

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Following their mission to Iskalon in the previous issue, Lando Calrissian, Leia Organa, Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca, C-3PO, and R2-D2 return to Haven Base on Arbra and report the destruction on Iskalon, as well as their failure to locate Tay Vanis. The presiding Rebel General thanks the team for trying their best, but relates that he has new information on the search. Although both Yom Argo and Tay Vanis had recovered information on the Empire's new secret weapon, another rebel had apparently recovered the same information. However, the information suggests that this rebel is none other than Han Solo. Leia steps up to tell the General that it couldn't possibly have been Solo, since he had been frozen in carbonite well before Tay Vanis' disappearance. However, the General claims that the Empire, the people who had arranged Solo's imprisonment, are the ones who had let slip the information. The General proposes that the group split up into two teams: one to track Han Solo and the mysterious story, and another to follow new information about Tay Vanis. Lando, Chewbacca, and the two droids decide to follow the trail for Solo, while Luke and Leia are sent to Kabray Station to follow a lead about Vanis. In order to infiltrate the diplomatic summit there, the Hoojib Plif is sent with them, to pose as the diplomat for the planet Arbra, with Luke and Leia as his aides. As Lando and his team decide not to use the Millennium Falcon for their mission, Luke and Leia use the Falcon to dock with Kabray Station and enter the diplomatic meeting along with Plif and a group of Hoojibs.
The two Rebels decide to split up, and they both begin to search for a message that has been left on the station by Vanis. As Luke begins to search the private rooms with Plit, Leia sneaks outside the meeting place into the back rooms with the entertainment and the kitchen. After searching thirteen suites, Luke finally discovers the message in one of the rooms. However, as the Rebels are set to leave, they overhear a conspiracy to poison the Imperial Governor to prevent a deal he was set to make with the Pursians. Unfortunately, at the same time, Leia is mistaken for Shirley, the "Chanteuse of the Stars", and forced to perform a musical number for the governor. Luke tries to get near the governor, but he is sidetracked by a group of Zeltron females who are inexplicably attracted to him. As a poisoned soup is placed in front of the governor, Luke tries to rush to the rescue, but in his scramble, one of the Lahsbee delegates matures into a Huhk, terrorizing the banquet. In the commotion that follows, Luke is able to knock the soup away from the governor.
However, as the stormtroopers on the station try to subdue the beast, they find that their blaster's power paks have been drained of energy. As the Huhk reaches out to attack Luke, Plif signals Leia to continue singing her song. Leia complies, and the Huhk's rage is sated. As Leia continues to sing, the monster sits at Leia's feet, watching her performance. Luke sits with his Zeltron admirers, thankful that the crisis was averted. Luke ponders what will happen when Leia finishes the song, hoping that she knows a lot of verses.

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Titre Editeur Date de parution Prix ISBN
Classic Star Wars: A Long Time Ago... Volume 5: Fool's Bounty TPB Dark Horse 26/03/2003 29.95 978-1-569-71906-0
Omnibus: A Long Time Ago... Volume 4 TPB Dark Horse 03/08/2011 24.99 978-0-85768-274-1
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) Mary Jo Duffy
Déssinateur(s) Ron Frenz
Coloriste(s) Glynis Wein
Encreur(s) Tom Palmer
Artiste(s) de couverture Ron Frenz, Tom Palmer
Date de parution 01/11/1983
Genre Comic
Époque +3 ap. BY
Éditeur Marvel Comics

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