With the first Star Wars anthology film, “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” in theaters this week, the franchise is a bit inescapable at the moment. So it’s a conspicuous week for comics pros Michael Moreci (Roche Limit) and Tim Daniel (“Enormous”) to release the latest edition of “Star Wars: Tales From The Far, Far Away,” their self-published unauthorized, unofficial Star Wars “fanthology.”
Moreci and Daniel gathered their comics creator friends for an anthology last year (downloadable here) before the release of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” but this one is considerably larger in size, growing to 115 pages from 29 pages. Like last year’s release, this edition of “Tales From The Far, Far Away” has been released for free online, given that it’s an unauthorized work by fans; far, far away from the official auspices of Disney, Lucasfilm and current Star Wars comic book publisher Marvel.
The full second volume of “Tales From The Far, Far Away” is available now to download at this link, and CBR has a preview of three of the stories.
Here’s a selection from “Ronin,” written by Michael Moreci, illustrated by Morgan Luthi and lettered by Jim Campbell:
And “The Pledge,” written by Tim Daniel, illustrated by John Broglia, colored by Shaun Steve Struble w/Vittorio Astone & Anthony Cuizon and lettered by Adam Wollett:
Finally, “Infiltrator” written by Tim Daniel, illustrated by Drew Zucker, colored by Vittorio Astone and lettered by Adam Wollett:
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