I’m surprised this adaptation didn’t arrive sooner, but Marvel will release the official Star Wars: The Force Awakens Adaptation #1 in June. The publisher has announced John Cassaday, Phil Not, and Esad Ribic will all provide covers to the mini-series.

Sketch Variant by ESAD RIBIC (APR161043)
Variant covers by JOE QUESADA (APR161047),
PHIL NOTO (APR161042), and JOHN CASSADAY (APR161045)
Movie Variant Also Available (APR161049)
Cassaday Sketch (APR161045) & Quesada Sketch (APR161048) Also Available
From creators Chuck Wendig (Star Wars: Aftermath) and Luke Ross (Hercules) – it’s been decades since the Rebel Alliance destroyed toppled the Galactic Empire. But now, on the remote planet of Jakku, there’s been a stirring in the Force. A young scavenger named Rey, a deserting Stormtrooper named Finn, an ace pilot named Poe, and a dark apprentice named Kylo Ren. Their lives are about to collide. The awakening is happening at your local comic shop this June with STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS ADAPTATION #1!

I’m very interested in seeing the Joe Quesada variant, and I’m sure we’ll learn more about it before the June 22nd release.

via Marvel

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1 Comment

  1. Dylan
    July 8, 2016 at 8:21 pm — Reply

    I’ve bought two copies, including the original cover plus the Quesada variant. Any idea how many of the Quesada variant (Cover G, in colour) were printed? Thanks!

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