Star Wars Tales Volume 3

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Star Wars Tales Volume 3
Publishing company Dark Horse Comics
Subject Star Wars
Genre Science fiction
Release date(s) 5 February 2003
Country US
Language English
Number of pages 224
Size & Weight 10.2 x 6.6 x 0.5 inches
2.42 pounds
ISBN ISBN 1-56971-836-9
Expanded Universe
Series Star Wars Tales
Preceded by Star Wars Tales Volume 2
Followed by Star Wars Tales Volume 4
Creative team
Cover artist(s) Tsuneo Sanda
Publisher(s) Mike Richardson

Star Wars Tales Volume 3 is the third Star Wars Tales trade paperback, collecting issues 9-12.

Star Wars Tales 9[edit]

Star Wars Tales 9
Subject Star Wars
Genre Science fiction
Release date(s) 10 October 2001
Country US
Language English
Number of pages 64
Creative team
Cover artist(s) Jon Foster
Designer(s) Lia Ribacchi
Editor(s) Dave Land
Assistant editor(s) Philip Simon
Publisher(s) Mike Richardson

Resurrection[edit]

Script: Ron Marz
Pencils: Rick Leonardi
Inks: Terry Austin
Colors: Raul Treviño
48 Pages
Galactic Year: 0 ABY
Preceded by: Skippy the Jedi Droid
Followed by: Trooper

Lil’ Maul in: Hate Leads to Lollipops[edit]

Story & Art: Dave McCaig
4 Pages
Galactic Year: 45 BBY
Preceded by: Survivors
Followed by: George R. Binks

The Rebel Four[edit]

Story & Art: Jay Stephens
4 Pages
Galactic Year: 1 BBY
Preceded by: Rookies Rendezvous: No Turning Back
Followed by: Way of the Wookiee


Star Wars Tales 10[edit]

Star Wars Tales 10
Subject Star Wars
Genre Science fiction
Release date(s) 12 December 2001
Country US
Language English
Number of pages 64
Creative team
Cover artist(s) Leinil Francis Yu
Designer(s) Lia Ribacchi
Editor(s) Dave Land
Assistant editor(s) Philip Simon
Publisher(s) Mike Richardson

Trooper[edit]

Script: Garth Ennis
Pencils: John McCrea
Inks: Jimmy Palmiotti
Colors: Brad Anderson
19 Pages
Galactic Year: 0 ABY
Preceded by: Resurrection
Followed by: Smuggler's Blues

Skreej[edit]

Script: Mike Kennedy
Pencils: Francisco Ruiz Velasco
Galactic Year: 3 ABY
Preceded by: Scoundrel's Wages
Followed by: Stop that Jawa!

Nameless[edit]

Script: Christian Read
Pencils: Chris Slane
Colors: Giulia Brusco & Matt Hollingsworth
Galactic Year: 34 BBY
Preceded by: Jedi Chef
Followed by: Marked

Darth Sidious questions his apprentice Darth Maul to explain the story behind his new double-bladed lightsaber. Maul was ordered to the Jentares system by Sidious to kill the Jedi master Siolo Ur Manka. But Manka easily defeated Maul's surprise attack, using only a wooden staff. Having fled, Maul regrouped and constructs his new weapon. In the next fight Maul surprises Manka, stabbing him through the back with the second blade. Sidious encourages Maul to name the weapon. However, Maul does not want it to become anything more than an anonymous instrument of murder.

A Wookiee Scorned[edit]

Script: Jason Hall
Pencils: Christina Chen
Colors: Dan Jackson
10 Pages
Galactic Year: 4 ABY
Preceded by: Do or Do Not
Followed by: X-Wing: Rogue Leader

Free Memory[edit]

Script: Brett Matthews
Pencils: Vatche Mavlian
Colors: Michelle Madsen
10 Pages
Galactic Year: 4 ABY
Preceded by: A Day in the Life
Followed by: Lucky


Star Wars Tales 11[edit]

Star Wars Tales 11
Subject Star Wars
Genre Science fiction
Release date(s) 20 March 2002
Country US
Language English
Number of pages 64
Creative team
Cover artist(s) Killian Plunkett
Designer(s) Lia Ribacchi
Editor(s) Dave Land
Assistant editor(s) Philip Simon
Publisher(s) Mike Richardson

Prey[edit]

Story & Art: Kia Asamiya
Colors: Dave Stewart
22 Pages
Galactic Year: 1 BBY
Preceded by: The Princess Leia Diaries (pages 10–12)
Followed by: Underworld: The Yavin Vassilika

In the Beginning[edit]

Script: Garth Ennis
Pencils: Amanda Connor
Inks: Jimmy Palmiotti
Colors: Todd Broeker
6 Pages
Galactic Year: 3 BBY
Preceded by: The Flight of the Falcon
Followed by: Droids: The Kalarba Adventures

The Princess Leia Diaries[edit]

Script: Jason Hall
Pencils: Chris Brunner
Colors: Dave Nestelle
12 Pages
Galactic Year: 6-1 BBY
Preceded by: Being Boba Fett
Followed by: Outbid but Never Outgunned

Tall Tales[edit]

Script: Scott Allie
Pencils: Paul Lee & Brian Horton
Colors: Dave Stewart
8 Pages
Galactic Year: 11 ABY
Preceded by: The Other
Followed by: Jedi Academy: Leviathan

Ghost[edit]

Script: Jan Duursema
Pencils: Jan Duursema & Dave McCaig
8 Pages
Galactic Year: 12 BBY
Preceded by: Separated
Followed by: Fortune, Fate, and the Natural History of the Sarlacc


Star Wars Tales 12[edit]

Star Wars Tales 12
Subject Star Wars
Genre Science fiction
Release date(s) 5 June 2002
Country US
Language English
Number of pages 64
Creative team
Cover artist(s) John McCrea
Designer(s) Lia Ribacchi
Editor(s) Dave Land
Assistant editor(s) Philip Simon
Publisher(s) Mike Richardson

A Day in the Life[edit]

Script: Brett Matthews
Pencils: Adrian Sibar
Colors: Guy Major
12 Pages
Galactic Year: 4 ABY
Preceded by: Sand Blasted
Followed by: Free Memory

A Jedi's Weapon[edit]

Script: Henry Gilroy
Pencils: Manuel Garcia
Inks: Jimmy Palmiotti
Colors: Guy Major
12 Pages
Galactic Year: 24 BBY
Preceded by: The Sith in Shadow
Followed by: Starfighter: Crossbones
NOTE: Also given out as a Free Comic Book Day single[1]

The Revenge of Tag and Bink[edit]

Script: Kevin Rubio
Pencils: Rick Zombo
Inks: Randy Emberlin
Colors: Dan Brown
10 Pages
Galactic Year: 4 ABY
Preceded by: Return of the Jedi
Followed by: The Return of Tag and Bink: Special Edition

Once Bitten[edit]

Script: C. B. Cebulski
Pencils: Makoto Nakatsuka
Colors: Dave Nestelle
10 Pages
Galactic Year: 36 BBY
Preceded by: Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan: The Aurorient Express
Followed by: Children of the Force

The Duty[edit]

Script: Christian Read
Pencils: John McCrea
Inks: Jimmy Palmiotti
Colors: Giulia Brusco
12 Pages
Galactic Year: 18 BBY
Preceded by: The Path to Nowhere
Followed by: The Value of Proper Intelligence to Any Successful Military Campaign is Not to be Underestimated