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Star Wars: The Bounty Hunters

3.42 of 5 stars 3.42  ·  rating details  ·  48 ratings  ·  3 reviews
The Star Wars galaxy is populated by rogues, Rebels, and rabble-rousers. Many carry a hefty price on their heads, whether put there by criminal overlords like Jabba the Hutt or by the iron fist of the Galactic Empire. And where bounties are offered, bounty hunters will be there to claim them: the stealthy and merciless Aurra Sing; the fierce and relentless Bossk; the sly a ...more
Paperback, 117 pages
Published September 26th 2000 by Dark Horse Books
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This is a collection of stories about bounty hunters. The interesting thing about this collection is that the stories take place at various times in the Star Wars eras. From the days of the Republic to after the fall of the Empire, so you get a bit of everything. I do not rank it higher because the quality of the stories is so so. I liked the one featuring Lando Calrissian, and Aura Sing's was fairly good. The last story was a bit short. Overall, if you like Star Wars, you will probably like thi ...more
This is a collection of 4 stories about bounty hunters. The Sing story had a nice twist to it and pretty artwork. The one with the ex-imperial guard was so-so, but he seemed to have potential as a character. The Lando story was just a lot of fun with him trying to escape bounty hunters. The Boba Fett one was the most disappointing, someone steals his name and he wants to stop him. A good read.
Chad Saunders
A collection of stories about different bounty hunters throughout different periods of time in the Star Wars galaxy. Nothing here is mandatory reading, but die hard fans will find these shorts of interest. The artwork varies drastically between each. Some good while others are not what I like.
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