Everyone—including Boba Fett—is after the young Count Dooku. As Cross and the Count’s loyal security guard attempt to whisk the boy to safety, they are surrounded by enemies! In the past, Cross had the power and authority of the Empire behind him. Now he has nothing but his fists!

* Agent of the Empire, or Enemy of the Empire?

“This is the near perfect ending to an outstanding Star Wars mini-series…The artwork is excellent and the writing is off the charts. Cross is a complex character that deals with an ever increasing amount of adversity. Even the villain is given some great dialogue . . .—Technorati

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

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  1. The last Agent of the Empire miniseries, Iron Eclipse, was phenomenal. As such, I was more than a little disappointed when this one downgraded in artists and started focusing on more political hand-wringing than Episode I.

    But man, all is forgiven with this issue, as Jahan Cross proves that he’s the baddest man in the Galaxy by duping everyone from Boba Fett to the Empire itself to get what he wants, culminating in one of the smoothest scenes ever committed to the comics page.

    If this dude doesn’t get a spin-off film of his own, Disney is mad.

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