yeah , I caught that too . first time I have ever seen 580 p . I think that is another reason the new Kenobi/Vader fight scene clashed with the other footage.
Cool ! I love how Jaxxon’s pose mimics that of Han Solo on the cover of issue seven and the Raw Rats title reminds me of Sraw Rats from Hardware Wars !
if you look closely at issue 11 where Han is in Crimson Jack’s quarters discussing the location of the water world Drexel , she has a smoke in her mouth in every panel on that page , though they seemed to have dropped it after that . Looking through my 2002 A long Time Ago trade paperback , it is the only page of her appearances in the series where that happens. I put it there for a little mood and character in my artwork and for a sort of Noir feeling of the Femme Fatale trope.
don’t know about the cane but are you planning on keeping the lightsaber duel in your edit ? I think that judging by the original trilogy, Yoda should be above the use of a lightsaber. Just my opinion , though many in this community seem to share the view.The best edits of AOTC that I have seen edit out the saber duel between Yoda and Dooku.
I like the way you edited the Kenobi/Vader fight , the flow is pretty good and seems to flow logically . The only thing I found jarring is that the scene38 footage looks a bit too high rez compared to the original and Vader’s armor seems a bit too shiny and should be a little more dull/matte finish to match the original. Maybe some kind of filter could help . The destruction of the Death Star was interesting visually , but it seemed to implode rather than explode . I think it would help if you were able to reverse the footage so the debris expands outward rather than inward.
Introducing Jolli the space pirate !..https://screamsinthevoid.deviantart.com/art/Femme-Fatale-746350370
The introduction of Jolli the Space Pirate !..https://screamsinthevoid.deviantart.com/art/Femme-Fatale-746350370
Yeah , I get ya , the hunt and interesting places are what it is all about !I have the entire run of the original Marvel Star Wars series that I bought between 1989 and 1994 . The two places I visited most to find them was a comic shop called Friendly Franks (long closed now ) which was owned by an old hippie like dude and had all kinds of rare back issues and magazines like Famous Monsters Of Film Land as well as Starlog and a lot of independent comics . The other place was called Sandlings Books and Bindery which was a used bookstore with a comics section in the back and it was owned by a Civil War buff who had a lot of Union memorabilia on display . That store is also long closed .I tend to visit thrift stores, library sales and antique stores now.
and I believe the caption on issue 35 read , " Two words ,one name ,almost anti climactic given the long time it has taken for him to learn it ". The Dark Horse series Vader’s quest also dealt with the issue as well and I recall seeing a timeline on the web long ago that reconciled those two stories into one.
right ! like Klaus Janson on Star Wars Annual 3 ! I am still hoping to find a copy of The three random house original trilogy pop up books out in the wild somewhere. I could order them off ebay or amazon or some such but I enjoy coming across such finds in physical locations .
great haul ! Issue 35 Dark Lord’s Gambit will always be my version of how Vader learned Luke’s name. The droid world book is awesome too ! There is a channel on youtube that has it as well as pretty much all o the read along book and record/tape productions to date…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jjEm6g3FNw
that was well done !
Star Wars …The Greatest Space Fantasy Of All ! read the tagline on many an original Star Wars Marvel comic . Makes sense , it has wizards, magic . dragons , Knights etc .
I am only an hour away and live in "da region " so I am planning on going.
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cool ! would love to see your version of #40
I don’t have any copies of it on the laptop I’m currently using. (I do have all the rest though, for some weird reason.)
Either way, it mostly looks like the German cover, only with the original US colours. Plus, it wasn’t really finished. But now that I have the German and Mexican versions I might use those to improve it when I get back home. I might post it then, alongside some of the other covers I didn’t post earlier.
cool , thank you .It has been neat seeing your work .
cool ! would love to see your version of #40
AH ! These are the droids I was looking for…http://www.rebelscum.com/comicbooks.asp and here is the international gallery…http://www.rebelscum.com/marvelcomics12.asp
yeah, I dig them . The Force.net used to have a gallery of the entire run of the old Marvel series covers , U.S. ,SWW and Titan as well as all other international covers but I have not been able to find it in the archive since they changed the format of the site.They even had a couple of U.K. hardback annuals
I would love to have a full Run of SWW just for the cover art alone ! and here is a link to a site that features many international covers for the old Marvel series , I dig the painted re creations in the Titan books !..http://swcomiccollector.blogspot.com/search/label/Classic Cover Comparison
and the story behind how the ending was brought to light here…https://www.cbr.com/comic-book-legends-addendum-legion-and-star-wars-stuff/
and here on the writers page is the original ending to that story…http://www.jmdematteis.com/2010/10/star-warsagain.html
good finds there in the comic shops here in the United States ZkinandBonez ! And you found an issue with an interesting story (46)written by "Wally Lombego " …http://www.jmdematteis.com/2010/09/dreams-of-wally-lombego.html
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lol . just a little upside down and inside out but it will pass.