Lucasfilm Ltd. and Marvel Entertainment have already taken the industry by storm with blockbuster new stories set in the Star Wars universe. This May, we’re proud to return you to the story that started it all as the first original comic adaptation of the greatest space-fantasy film of all time is reborn as the STAR WARS™: EPISODE IV A NEW HOPE OGN!

Weeks before George Lucas’ first STAR WARS film hit theaters – Marvel gave eager fans their very first look at Luke Skywalker, boldly asking “Will he save the galaxy, or destroy it?” Now, 30 years later, you may know the answer, but that doesn’t spoil the excitement of reliving this now classic adaptation like you’ve never seen before – including scenes that never made it to the silver screen!

Completely remastered for the modern age with new coloring by Chris Sotomayor, Roy Thomas and Howard Chaykin’s iconic story debuts this May in an oversized hardcover format with a new cover by famed artist Adi Granov! Now is your chance to relive the original Marvel Comics adaptation that started it all when STAR WARS™: EPISODE IV A NEW HOPE OGN comes to comic shops and book stores this May!

Plus, don’t miss exciting remastered adaptations of THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK and RETURN OF THE JEDI coming later this year!

Pre-Order Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope OGN on Amazon!

STAR WARS: EPISODE IV A NEW HOPE OGN-HC (JAN150883)
Written by ROY THOMAS
Penciled by HOWARD CHAYKIN
Colored by CHRIS SOTOMAYOR
Cover by ADI GRANOV
Pre-Order on Amazon!
On Sale 05/06/15!

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  1. April 5, 2015 at 10:06 am — Reply

    Its not too long a go I read this one. I admit, it has its charm but to be honest, art is quite wonky throughout: Proportions vary, ships barely resemble what they are supposed to be and so forth. I would recommend only for huge SW fans or people who feel nostalgia for these old Marvel comics. I honestly think these got a lot better once movie adaptations were out of the way and they started doing original stories.

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