For those millions of Star Wars fans that purchased their Blu-ray and DVD copies of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story this week and were disappointed that the special features did not include the many missing scenes that appeared in the bulk of the movie’s trailers, have no fear:  Today, Marvel Comics is releasing the first of a six-issue adaptation of the film, and it will include many scenes not in the final theatrical version of the movie, woven into the film for the first time.  Check out a preview below of Issue #1.

The adaptation is written by Jody Houser (Max Ride), with interior art by Emilio Laiso (Star Wars Annual) and Oscar Bazaldua Nava with colorist Rachelle Rosenberg.  Phil Noto is the cover artist for the series with variant covers by Mike Mayhew and several other artists, plus a movie poster cover, action figure cover, and blank sketch cover.  You’ll find all the look and feel of the movie here.  Here is a preview of Phil Noto’s cover art for Issues #2 and #3:

   

Each of the eight Star Wars films have now been adapted to comic book form.  Back before videos, these were many fans’ only way to revisit the film.  They are also a great way to introduce kids to reading.  All of the adaptations are still available at Amazon at these links: The Phantom MenaceAttack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith, A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, and The Force Awakens.

Check out a preview of Issue #1 below and many of the variant covers available.

Get your copy of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Issue #1, today at Elite Comics and comic book stores everywhere.

C.J. Bunce
Editor
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