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Marvel Preview: Star Wars: Thrawn #1

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Marvel Preview: Star Wars: Thrawn #1

Grand Admiral Thrawn is back with his own six-issue miniseries!

One of the most cunning and ruthless minds in all of the Star Wars, Grand Admiral Thrawn is back with his own six-issue miniseries! Written by Jody Houser (ROGUE ONE ADAPTATION) and drawn by Luke Ross (STAR WARS: DARTH MAUL, STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS ADAPTATION), follow the comic adaptation of Timothy Zahn’s New York Times best-selling novel about Thrawn’s rise in the Imperial ranks, on his way to becoming one of the most feared military tacticians in the galaxy far, far away.!

Star Wars Thrawn #1
Written by Jody Houser
Art by Luke Ross
Cover by Paul Renaud
Release Date Feb 14, 2018

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Marvel Preview: Star Wars: Thrawn #1

Marvel Preview: Star Wars: Thrawn #1

Marvel Preview: Star Wars: Thrawn #1

Marvel Preview: Star Wars: Thrawn #1

Marvel Preview: Star Wars: Thrawn #1

Marvel Preview: Star Wars: Thrawn #1

Marvel Preview: Star Wars: Thrawn #1

Marvel Preview: Star Wars: Thrawn #1

Marvel Preview: Star Wars: Thrawn #1

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