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The Word for World is Death
Attribution
Writer

Chris Claremont

Penciller

Carmine Infantino and Gene Day (artists)

Letterer

Irv Watanabe and Jean Simek

Editor

Archie Goodwin

Publication information
Publisher

Marvel Comics

Publication date

April 1980

General information
Era

Rebellion era

Timeline

0 ABY

Series

Marvel Star Wars UK

Issue number

Star Wars Weekly 110-112

Preceded by

World of Fire

Followed by

The Guardian of Forever

The Word for World is Death is a comic story which serves as the second part of a three part comics series written by Chris Claremont, originally published in the UK's Star Wars Weekly 110-112, where it was named after the first part published in Star Wars Weekly 110. The other two original parts are Unholy Alliance and A Creature in the Stars. It was later reprinted in 1981 in Marvel Illustrated Books Star Wars 2: World of Fire. The story was started in World of Fire and concluded in The Guardian of Forever.

Story

The Word for World is Death continues the story of Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa, and Mici Shabandar after they crash land on Alashan. The Rebels finally dig their way out of the hardened lava only to be captured by Major Wil'm Grau and his men. The Imperials are without a ship, and Grau agrees to search the planet together under a banner of truce. The team finally finds a destroyed Rebel archaeologist camp which has been working on an underground tunnel. The entire team decide to search the tunnel. Unknown to the group, they are being stalked by a beast native to the planet...

Appearances

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