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20/August/2019 Posted by Freddy

        So, we finished running through the Marvel Comics Star Wars Series. However I'm from the United Kingdom where we got a slightly different version of the comics, Star Wars Weekly (later Empire Strikes Back Weekly, and Empire Strikes Back Monthly). With it being a weekly comic, they tended to split the stories from the US comic over several issues, however the higher release rate meant that there were more comics than splitting the stories could cope with. So they reached out to other Marvel publications and published Star Wars stories from there.
        The magazine also published various non-Star Wars sci-fi stories from Marvel, such as Guardians of the Galaxy, Star Lord, Deathlok, Killraven and War of the Worlds, but we'll not cover those stories, concentrating on the various Star Wars stories not seen in the US releases.
        So today we start with Star Wars Weekly 47: The Keeper's World Parts 1, 2 + 3, and based on that comic we've made a couple of additions to the site.
        Today we've added, The Keepers World to the Star Wars D/6 Planets Section, and Unidentified Rebel scout craft to the Star Wars D/6 Starships Section of the Site.

Freddy




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21/Aug/2019 00:45:06 Posted by Vaughn99

I have not read much of the comics but please correct me if I am wrong, the picture you used for the Unidentified Rebel Scout Craft wasn't that from another comic issue?? The one were Luke, Leia and droids crash on a planet and they meet the 4 elements as kids that are machines who listen to a big machine that Luke is lead to behind a trap rock door while the Stormtroopers and some Commander are in hot pursuit? These machines are keeping the planet alive and terraforming it while they wait for there masters to return. Are these added stories they need to publish re-using frames already made with new words added and cutting them up to make a story?? OR did you just happen to use a pic from that issue I am talking about? Just wondering


21/Aug/2019 08:40:28 Posted by Freddy

That's the story that's we're going through, The Keeper's World. The big machine is the Keeper, you're just getting a couple of issues ahead (which isn't difficult given these comics only have 6 or so pages of Star Wars content) :(


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