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Marvel Preview: Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #37
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Marvel Preview: Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #37

A ROGUE’S END Part 1

A BRAND NEW ARC STARTS HERE!

After all she’s been through, professional disaster-zone DOCTOR APHRA is right back where she started: working for DARTH VADER. What villainous use has the dark lord found for her, to make him spare the life of his most annoying foe…? And how long does she have to try and slither out of harm’s way before he decides to finish what he started years ago…?

Writer
Simon Spurrier
Illustrator
Caspar Wijngaard
Cover Illustrator
Ashley Witter
Release Date: October 2, 2019

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