Comic Book 101 Vol 4 Issue #016

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Comic Book 101 Vol 4 Issue #16 Revenge of the 5th comic book 101. 5-14-20 Intro Michael Mark Elizabeth Housekeeping Emails: Home@ComicBook101TV.com Info@ComicBook101TV.com TWITTER @COMICBOOK101TV FACEBOOK @COMICBOOK101TV INSTAGRAM @COMICBOOK101TV Mention Show Supporters. POP Shop across the hall: www.facebook.com/jeffandhollycollectibles Yancy Street Comics: www.facebook.com/yancystreetcomics Coliseum of Comics Orlando: www.facebook.com/ColiseumofComics Michael Star Wars prints from Thirteenth Floor: www.thirteenthfloor.us Mark Muncy : www.eerieflorida.com Cosplayer of the Week. ASSETS: 001-013 IG: https://www.instagram.com/bertthestor… Twitter: https://twitter.com/BertTheStrmtrpr Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/hippietr… Star Wars Topic. What got you into Star Wars? Why do you love Star Wars What do you love more? Movies, comics, books, toys cartoons and why? Star Wars History Comics STAR WARS MARVEL ASSETS: 014-017 Star Wars is a comic book series published by Marvel Comics from April 12, 1977 to May 27, 1986. Featuring classic Star Wars characters Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca, C-3PO, and R2-D2, the first six issues adapt the May 1977 film Star Wars. The series chronicled their subsequent adventures for 107 issues and three annuals, including a six-issue adaptation of the 1980 sequel film The Empire Strikes Back in 1980–1981. Star Wars creator George Lucas initially approached Warren Publications and DC Comics to publish a Star Wars comic book prior to the film’s release as a means of publicity. Charles Lippincott, Lucasfilm’s publicity supervisor, approached publisher Stan Lee at Marvel Comics in 1975 about the project. Lee declined to consider such a proposal until the film was completed, and was only persuaded otherwise in a second meeting arranged by writer Roy Thomas in 1976. Thomas had met Lucas the year before, and was asked to write the comic based on his work on Conan the Barbarian. Thomas decided to accept the commission when Lippincott showed him a production sketch of the Cantina sequence, convincing him that the project was a space opera along the lines of Planet Comics. According to Thomas, Lee greenlighted the project when he heard that Alec Guinness would be involved The series was one of the industry’s top selling titles in 1979 and 1980.[9] The only downside for Marvel was that the 100,000 copy sales quota was surpassed quickly, allowing Lippincott to renegotiate the royalty arrangements from a position of strength STAR WARS MARVEL JAXXON RABBIT ASSETS: 018-021 STAR WARS BLACKTHORN COMICS ASSET: 022 Blackthorne Publishing released a three-issue run of 3-D comics from 1987 to 1988. STAR WARS DARK HORSE ASSETS: 023-025 Dark Horse Comics published the limited series Dark Empire in 1991, and ultimately produced over 100 Star Wars titles until 2014, including manga adaptations of the original trilogy of films and the 1999 prequel The Phantom Menace. STAR WARS MARVEL AND IDW ASSETS: 026-032 The Walt Disney Company acquired Marvel in 2009 and Lucasfilm in 2012, and the Star Wars comics license returned to Marvel in 2015. In 2017, IDW Publishing launched the anthology series Star Wars Adventures. STAR WARS MOVIES A NEW HOPE 1977 ASSETS: 033-037 EMPIRE STRICKS BACK 1980 ASSETS: 038-044 RETURN OF THE JEDI 1983 ASSETS: 045-047 PHANTOM MENACE 1999 ASSETS: 048-051 ATTACK OF THE CLONES 2002 ASSETS: 052-056 REVENGE OF THE SITH 2019 ASSETS: 057-060 FORCE AWAKENS 2015 ASSETS: 061-064 LAST JEDI 2017 ASSETS: 065-067 RISE OF SKYWALKER 2019 ASSETS: 068-070 WRAP UP Housekeeping Emails: Home@ComicBook101TV.com Info@ComicBook101TV.com SOCIAL MEDIA : TWITTER @COMICBOOK101TV FACEBOOK @COMICBOOK101TV INSTAGRAM @COMICBOOK101TV MENTION MARK PAGE http://www.eerieflorida.com/

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