A young boy—the heir to the title of Count Dooku—is kidnapped, and it’s Jahan Cross to the rescue!

When the kidnapper turns out to be a sexy female spy with whom Cross has worked before, and when her motives turn out to have the boy’s welfare at heart, Cross is faced with a decision: should he disobey his own orders from the Empire?

But first there’s a little matter of breaking out of a supposedly inescapable prison . . .

Writer: John Ostrander
Penciller: Davidé Fabbri
Inker: Christian Dalla Vecchia
Colorist: Wes Dzioba
Cover Artist: Stéphane Roux

Price: $2.99
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  1. Last issue got a little Episode I-ish, what with all the over-explaining of political machinations, but this is still the most fun you can have in the Star Wars Universe these days.

  2. Yeah, this book is solid. A few of the Star Wars books are good these days.

  3. I have come to cherish “lightsaber-less” SW books. And Fabri is one of my favorite SW artists of all time.

  4. Man, I want to love this mini as much as I loved the previous one, but the art here is not quite up to snuff. Not doing it for me the way the last series did.

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