STAR WARS: BOUNTY HUNTERS VOL. 7 - DARK DROIDS

Cover Design or Artwork by Marco Checchetto
Paperback
$24.99 US
0"W x 0"H x 0"D   | 13 oz | 40 per carton
On sale Apr 16, 2024 | 192 Pages | 9781302948023
| Rated T
FOC Feb 5, 2024 | Catalog January 2024
The end of an era for the Bounty Hunters! In the aftermath of their battle with Inferno Squad, Valance and T'onga are joined by the most dangerous bounty hunters in the galaxy: Khel Tanna! Deathstick! Durge! And…Boba Fett?! The ruthless mercenary in the Mandalorian armor has been marked for death by the Black Sun Syndicate, but this new team has something to say about that! Then, as the saga of the Dark Droids casts a long shadow, Zuckuss, 4-LOM and their fellow bounty hunters face a deadly droid ambush - and a corrupted Valance may be their biggest problem of all! Bitter enemies must become desperate allies, and the last hope for salvation may lie in the unlikeliest of hands! What role has the infamous General Grievous played in the chaos roiling through the galaxy? Collecting STAR WARS: BOUNTY HUNTERS #35-42.
Ethan Sacks is a writer and journalist from New York, who is currently writing the ongoing series Star Wars: Bounty Hunters for Marvel as well as other various Star Wars titles. He is also know for his Marvel works that take place in the iconic Old Man Logan wasteland, Old Man Hawkeye and Old Man Quill.

Lan Medina has illustrated District X and its House of M spin-off Mutopia X, Silver Surfer, Venom, Cable & Deadpool, Deathlok and Storm for Marvel. He drew the Alpha and Omega issues of the Minimum Carnage crossover between Scarlet Spider and Venom; the limited series Iron Man: Rapture; and both an adaptation of the movie Thor and a prelude to its sequel, Thor: The Dark World. He also has extensive experience with the MAX imprint, including on Foolkiller and Garth Ennis’ The Punisher. Medina was also the first Filipino artist to win the prestigious Eisner Award for his work on DC/Vertigo’s Fables. Other notable works include Aria, Stone and American Flagg.

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The end of an era for the Bounty Hunters! In the aftermath of their battle with Inferno Squad, Valance and T'onga are joined by the most dangerous bounty hunters in the galaxy: Khel Tanna! Deathstick! Durge! And…Boba Fett?! The ruthless mercenary in the Mandalorian armor has been marked for death by the Black Sun Syndicate, but this new team has something to say about that! Then, as the saga of the Dark Droids casts a long shadow, Zuckuss, 4-LOM and their fellow bounty hunters face a deadly droid ambush - and a corrupted Valance may be their biggest problem of all! Bitter enemies must become desperate allies, and the last hope for salvation may lie in the unlikeliest of hands! What role has the infamous General Grievous played in the chaos roiling through the galaxy? Collecting STAR WARS: BOUNTY HUNTERS #35-42.

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Ethan Sacks is a writer and journalist from New York, who is currently writing the ongoing series Star Wars: Bounty Hunters for Marvel as well as other various Star Wars titles. He is also know for his Marvel works that take place in the iconic Old Man Logan wasteland, Old Man Hawkeye and Old Man Quill.

Lan Medina has illustrated District X and its House of M spin-off Mutopia X, Silver Surfer, Venom, Cable & Deadpool, Deathlok and Storm for Marvel. He drew the Alpha and Omega issues of the Minimum Carnage crossover between Scarlet Spider and Venom; the limited series Iron Man: Rapture; and both an adaptation of the movie Thor and a prelude to its sequel, Thor: The Dark World. He also has extensive experience with the MAX imprint, including on Foolkiller and Garth Ennis’ The Punisher. Medina was also the first Filipino artist to win the prestigious Eisner Award for his work on DC/Vertigo’s Fables. Other notable works include Aria, Stone and American Flagg.