Star Wars Universe appears in 1078 issues.
Aliens are beings that are not native inhabitants of Earth and a mainstay in many forms of fiction and comics are no exception. This page lists aliens from various comic companies.
The generic term for Multiverses or What If...? type scenarios. An Alternate Universe usually features pre-established characters living in different situations from those of the main continuity universe.
A computer systems able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages.
The Climactic end battle to Star Wars episode four, A New Hope.
Bounty Hunters are usually upper-class Mercenaries, and kill/capture fugitives with a "bounty" or "price on their head".
A staple of science fiction and super hero genres. The clone is an artificially produced genetic copy of an already existing creature. Many clones retain the original's characteristics and powers, but often result in warped and unstable characteristics.
This concept would cover toys, such as dolls and accessories, based on comics.
Comic book versions of classic and popular media.
Collections of comic strips from newspapers syndication. Often published in half pages daily (in black and with one row panel) or on Sunday (in color with multiple row panels).
Cybernetic organisms or "cyborgs" are a concept seen in various comics where a sentient being is given mechanical enhancements to his body for a variety of purposes.
Series of 36 variant covers spotlighting Star Wars characters.
Device used to travel faster than light from one location to another.
To be held in captivity in, for example, a prison.
An ancient monastic, academic, meritocratic and paramilitary organization whose origin dates back to c. 25,000 BBY.
Danish toy production company based in Billund known for making toys of interlocking plastic bricks. Established in 1932.
A large and often humanoid shaped robot. They are usually piloted by humans manually or remotely as objects of war.
Any comic book that expands on a movie with new material not present in the original movie, this also includes prequels, sequels and spin-offs.
The crime of deliberately killing a person.
Comics are not exempt from politics. Explicity or implicity politics permeates the ninth art, whether fictious or with great reality content.
A mechanical construct capable of performing tasks by itself.
Card game in the Star Wars universe.
A hero is not a hero without a real sacrifice.
Futuristic genre of fiction.
A science fiction franchise comprised of six television series and thus far twelve movies, as well as novels, comic books, and other media within the expanded universe. Star Trek was originally created by Gene Roddenberry.
Series of Star Wars covers celebrating its return to Marvel.
Suspended Animation/Temporal Stasis is where the human (or some form of life) is exposed to extreme cold, stopping their life functions, without killing them.
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