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Gambler's World
Attribution
Writer

Russ Manning

Penciller

Russ Manning

Publication information
Publisher

Los Angeles Times Syndicate

Publication date

March 12 - September 8, 1979

Reprinted in
  • Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures 1
  • Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures 2
  • Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures 3
General information
Era

Rebellion era

Timeline

1 ABY

Part of

Star Wars comic strip

Followed by

Tatooine Sojourn

Gambler's World is a comic strip that was distributed by the Los Angeles Times Syndicate and published in U.S. and Canadian newspapers. The series was written and drawn by Russ Manning. It was collected in Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures 1-3, and is also available in the Webstrips section of Hyperspace.

Plot

A Rebel fleet is attacked. A mysterious Imperial agent informs Darth Vader that Leia Organa and Luke Skywalker are on their way to Vorzyd 5 on a mission. Their mission is to meet with a high-ranking member of the planet's government in hopes to divert some of the planet's profits to the Rebellion or to world's harmed by the Empire. While on the planet Luke and Leia become prisoners and are helped by the droids. On their way to help Luke and Leia they encounter a group of juvenile delinquents called 'Freelies' and later learn that Luke and Leia were taken aboard a Hrakian starship. The droids need to enlist help to get themselves on board. Kidnapping and further encounters with the 'Freelies' are just part of the action in store on Gambler's World.

Appearances

External links

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