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Bridging the gap between “A New Hope” and “The Empire Strikes Back”, this is the story of how the Rebel Alliance fled from the Empire after the destruction of the Death Star and continues to spread the Rebel cause as the Galactic Civil War intensifies. The voice talent is provided by members of Casting Call Club (https://castingcall.club).

“Star Wars Volume 5: Skywalker Strikes, Part V”

CAST
Luke Skywalker MYLES BOTTEN
Boba Fett TOM RESNICK
Rodian/Aqualish WYATT HENRY
Six-Armed Alien ZAK TODD
Wuher/Farm Boy ROBERT ANGELLI
Han Solo BRAYTON CONNER
Leia Organa GINGER ROLL
TIE Fighter Pilot ALLISON MCHI
Bounty Hunter TIFFANY WITCHER

Directed & Edited by
Robert Angelli

Mixed by
David Ortiz

Additional Sound Design
Wyatt Henry

Written by
Jason Aaron

Published by
Marvel Comics

Music by
Jesse Harlin
Gordy Haab
Mark Griskey
Joel McNeely
Kevin Kiner

Original Star Wars Themes by
John Williams

Opening Fanfare composed by
Aaron Smith

This comic book dub is a fan film. The story, art and characters therein are the property of Lucasfilm, Disney and Marvel Comics. We make no claim of ownership to the source material. This video was produced for noncommercial use, to be enjoyed by ourselves, fellow fans and the original creators as a tribute to Star Wars.
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17 thoughts on “Star Wars #5 (Audio Comic)”

  1. I feel like saying this, but I find it fascinating how both Boba Fett and Darth Vader made scenes in public places. For example, in the other Vader Mavel comic series, Darth Vader entered Jabba's Palace and swiftly dispatched two of his bodyguards. Vader had the audacity to stand before Jabba, but most importantly in a room filled with an entire entourage and witnesses. I never imagined Vader doing such a thing, but a similar thing happened in the book Thrawn: Alliances by Timothy Zahn. The Dark Lord of the Sith entered a cantina with Grand Admiral Thrawn on a remote outpost in a backwater world in the Unknown Regions.

    Furthermore, I found it fascinating how it was the first piece of work to discuss Vader riding a speeder bike. I thought that was a good part and badass, almost like him riding a Harley Davidson. Anyway, Boba Fett walked into that the famous Mos Eisley cantina and demanded answers in front of a bar filled with patrons. Those examples would seem out of character for those two Star Wars characters, but for some reason…it works. Making such a public scene would be the last thing anyone would expect from two of the most iconic figures in the Star Wars universe.

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