Overview

Take the events and characters from one of the classic Star Wars films, throw in one happenstance, mishap, or technical glitch beyond the characters' control, and watch how that changes everything. In Dark Horse's first foray into Infinities (A New Hope), Luke Skywalker's valiant torpedo attack on the Death Star failed due to a faulty detonator - an event no one could have foreseen - and the Rebellion was dealt a debilitating setback. In Infinities - The Empire Strikes Back, Han Solo's desperate attempt to locate...
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Star Wars: Infinities - Empire Strikes Back

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Overview

Take the events and characters from one of the classic Star Wars films, throw in one happenstance, mishap, or technical glitch beyond the characters' control, and watch how that changes everything. In Dark Horse's first foray into Infinities (A New Hope), Luke Skywalker's valiant torpedo attack on the Death Star failed due to a faulty detonator - an event no one could have foreseen - and the Rebellion was dealt a debilitating setback. In Infinities - The Empire Strikes Back, Han Solo's desperate attempt to locate his friend Luke in the icy wastes of the planet Hoth is thwarted when the tauntaun he's riding succumbs to the cold while Han is still a mile from Luke's location. Han arrives too late, barely in time to hear Luke's dying words about Jedi training and the planet Dagobah... Thus begins an adventure far different than the one seen in the motion picture. Along the way, a famous bounty hunter is frozen in carbonite, Han and Chewie are captured on Tatooine by Jabba the Hutt, and Princess Leia and Yoda have a fateful jungle showdown with Darth Vader! Collecting the four-issue miniseries.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781621152880
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
  • Publication date: 4/1/2003
  • Series: Star Wars: Infinities
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 366,534
  • File size: 48 MB
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  • Posted February 19, 2010

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    Bad art & cliches hamper this what if

    This tale of What If? in the Star Wars universe is pretty cliched and the art is so basic and cartoony that the overall story is really setback. The characters are still recognizable but the basic looking art with bland backgrounds make it a little hard to even get into the ridiculously cliched story. Innovation was nowhere to be found here. Just run of the mill.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2003

    Thank you, mysterious stranger.

    A wonderfully helpful stranger recommended this to me in a bookstore, and when I flipped through it and liked what I saw, I decided to purchase it. The story is excellent -- I was very drawn to the 'What if...?' aspect that permeates it. What if Luke had died from his injuries on Hoth? Who would then face Vader? What if Vader showed up at Cloud City a little bit later than he did in the film? Instead of Luke training as a Jedi, we see Leia taking that role after Luke's death. And instead of Han being frozen in carbonite, a certain bounty hunter has to endure that -- and subsequently ends up as an interesting piece of furniture for Lando Calrissian's office. This was my first experience with the Star Wars comics, and it will definitely not be the last.

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    Posted May 24, 2010

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