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Star Wars Legends Continuity Comics Reading Order

Star Wars Legends Continuity Comics Reading Order

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Star Wars isn’t just a bunch of box-office smashing movies. The adventures in a galaxy far far away extend into every medium, including novels, toys, video games, TV, and even comic books. Comics have had one of the longest relationships with Star Wars with Marvel publishing stories as early as 1977.

Between that time and 2014, Star Wars built up a very healthy expanded universe, known as the Legacy continuity, which explored anything and everything Star Wars. These stories introduced us to exciting new characters, explored events that we never saw on screen, and allowed characters that didn’t enough screen time their chance to shine.

With decades worth of material, The Legends continuity can appear as scary as an encounter with Darth Vader. Fortunately, this handy reading order guide is here to help make sense of everything. Answering all your questions along the way, this extensive reading order is the perfect reading companion.

What Are Star Wars Legends?

Legends are the name of the Expanded Universe media (eg comics/video games/novels etc) that existed before 24th April 2014. This is when Lucasfilm decided that everything in the Expanded Universe was no longer canon and that a new Expanded Universe would be created ongoing, which is built around the two original trilogies, Disney’s Star Wars movies, and the Clone Wars animated series.

Every Star Wars comic published from 2015 onwards are part of the new Expanded Universe.

Why Should You Care About Star Wars Legends?

They might not be canonical any longer, but it doesn’t mean that new readers cannot be invested in the Legends continuity. While each fan will have their preferences, some advantages to Legends include:

  1. The new Expanded Universe tends to not deviate too far away from the three trilogies. As a result, the Expanded Universe can feel quite small. On the other hand, Legends feels much larger by exploring the distant past and future.
  2. More original characters to be invested in.
  3. While Marvel offers a variety of Star Wars comics to enjoy, the comics as part of the Legends continuity have a lot more variety. As a result, there’s a Star Wars comic for almost every fan.
  4. There are a lot of concepts and ideas that you will not find anywhere else.
  5. There are many comics that are set after the original trilogy, which makes it an interesting comparison to the Disney prequel trilogy.

Do I Have To Read Everything In Order To Understand What’s Going on?

Nope, not at all.

Most of the comics of the Legends continuity were made up of self-contained stories which have their own start, middle, and end. In most cases, you can pick up any story and enjoy it.

You’ll probably see that there is the occasional sequel as you browse this list. Often with these, you might need to read the previous series to get the full context, but these often have a beginning, middle, and end as well.

As long as you’ve seen the Star Wars movies (original and prequel trilogy) then you shouldn’t have anything to worry about.

Who Publishes These Comics?

This list consists of comics that were published by Marvel Comics between 1977-1986 and comics by Dark Horse Comics that were published between 1991-2014.

Currently, the Disney-owned Marvel Comics has the rights Star Wars and has been reprinting the Legends comics as part of their Epic Collections. Additionally, all the digital versions of the old Dark Horse comics will now have the Marvel logo on them as part of the changing rights.

Where Can I Find Star Wars Legends Comics?

Star Wars Legends comics can be found in comic book stores, online stores, digitally on Kindle and Marvel Unlimited, and on eBay.

Keep in mind that these comics are not new releases so not every store will have every Star Wars comic available. Some of these will be easy to find in the back issues section or in trade paperback collections while others will be harder to track down. That being said, sometimes tracking them down is just as fun as reading them!

How Do I Use This Reading Order?

This reading order has been made with different kinds of readers in mind. As a result, many people will use it differently. Here are a few examples:

  • You might want to use it to read everything Legends has to offer from start to finish
  • To explore specific eras in Star Wars continuity
  • To see where a comic book story sits in relation to the movies
  • To see where a comic book story sits in relation to the wider Legends continuity

I Need Your Help!

While I feel like I’ve pieced together the entire reading order, there is a possibility that I am missing a few comics. If this is the case, kindly let me know and I can add them in.

Keep in mind that some of these may already be on the list under a different name. I have put notes in there where possible when this is the case.

Star Wars Legends Reading Order

Okay, enough housekeeping. Let’s get into the reading order! Enjoy!

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Pre-Republic Era
Old Republic Era
Knights of the Old Republic
The Old Republic Series
Rise Of The Empire
Clone Wars
Dark Times
Rebellion Era
After The Battle of Yavin
After The Empire Strikes Back
After Return of the Jedi
X-Wing Rogue Squadron
New Republic Era
Dark Empire
Crimson Empire
New Jedi Order
Invasion
Legacy
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Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi - Force Storm #1 cover by Jan Duursema and Gonzalo Flores.
Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi – Force Storm #1 cover by Jan Duursema and Gonzalo Flores.

Pre-Republic Era

The earliest days of the Jedi are explored in the Dawn of the Jedi comics. These comics are set up to 35,000 years before the original trilogy.

Dawn of the Jedi #0

Dawn of the Jedi – Force Storm #1

Dawn of the Jedi – Force Storm #2

Dawn of the Jedi – Force Storm #3

Dawn of the Jedi – Force Storm #4

Dawn of the Jedi – Force Storm #5

Dawn of the Jedi – Prisoner of Bogan #1

Dawn of the Jedi – Prisoner of Bogan #2

Dawn of the Jedi – Prisoner of Bogan #3

Dawn of the Jedi – Prisoner of Bogan #4

Dawn of the Jedi – Prisoner of Bogan #5

Dawn of the Jedi – Force War #1

Dawn of the Jedi – Force War #2

Dawn of the Jedi – Force War #3

Dawn of the Jedi – Force War #4

Dawn of the Jedi – Force War #5

Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi - The Golden Age of the Sith #0 cover by Christopher Moeller.
Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi – The Golden Age of the Sith #0 cover by Christopher Moeller.

Old Republic Era

The Old Republic Era is the oldest era of the Star Wars timeline – spanning thousands of years before the original trilogy.

Tales of the Jedi Saga

Set 5000-3986 BBY, these are the oldest comics in the Legends timeline. They explore some of the earliest conflicts between the Jedi and Sith.

Tales of the Jedi: The Golden Age of the Sith #0

Tales of the Jedi: The Golden Age of the Sith #1

Tales of the Jedi: The Golden Age of the Sith #2

Tales of the Jedi: The Golden Age of the Sith #3

Tales of the Jedi: The Golden Age of the Sith #4

Tales of the Jedi: The Golden Age of the Sith #5

Tales of the Jedi: The Fall of the Sith Empire #1

Tales of the Jedi: The Fall of the Sith Empire #2

Tales of the Jedi: The Fall of the Sith Empire #3

Tales of the Jedi: The Fall of the Sith Empire #4

Tales of the Jedi: The Fall of the Sith Empire #5

Tales of the Jedi: Knights of the Old Republic: Ulic Qel-Droma and the Beast Wars of Onderon #1

Tales of the Jedi: Knights of the Old Republic: Ulic Qel-Droma and the Beast Wars of Onderon #2

Tales of the Jedi: Knights of the Old Republic: The Saga of Nomi Sunrider #3

Tales of the Jedi: Knights of the Old Republic: The Saga of Nomi Sunrider #4

Tales of the Jedi: Knights of the Old Republic: The Saga of Nomi Sunrider #5

Tales of the Jedi: The Freedon Nadd Uprising #1

Tales of the Jedi: The Freedon Nadd Uprising #2

Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith #0

Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith #1

Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith #2

Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith #3

Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith #4

Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith #5

Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith #6

Tales of the Jedi: The Sith War #1

Tales of the Jedi: The Sith War #2

Tales of the Jedi: The Sith War #3

Tales of the Jedi: The Sith War #4

Tales of the Jedi: The Sith War #5

Tales of the Jedi: The Sith War #6

NOTE: Shadows and Light is not part of Tales of the Jedi but takes place chronologically here.

“Shadows and Light” story from Star Wars Tales #23

Tales of the Jedi: Redemption #1

Tales of the Jedi: Redemption #2

Tales of the Jedi: Redemption #3

Tales of the Jedi: Redemption #4

Tales of the Jedi: Redemption #5

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic #1 cover by Travis Charest.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic #1 cover by Travis Charest.

Knights of the Old Republic

3986 BBY – 3962 BBY. For fans of the Knights of the Old Republic video game, these comics are set before that with the game set in 3956 BBY.

Knights of the Old Republic #1

Knights of the Old Republic #2

Knights of the Old Republic #3

Knights of the Old Republic #4

Knights of the Old Republic #5

Knights of the Old Republic #6

Knights of the Old Republic #7

Knights of the Old Republic #8

Knights of the Old Republic #9

Knights of the Old Republic #10

Knights of the Old Republic #11

Knights of the Old Republic #12

Knights of the Old Republic #13

Knights of the Old Republic #14

Knights of the Old Republic #15

Knights of the Old Republic #16

Knights of the Old Republic #17

Knights of the Old Republic #18

Knights of the Old Republic #19

Knights of the Old Republic #20

Knights of the Old Republic #21

Knights of the Old Republic #22

Knights of the Old Republic #23

Knights of the Old Republic #24

NOTE: Check out the Vector Crossover section for more information Knights of the Old Republic #25-28.

Knights of the Old Republic #29

Knights of the Old Republic #30

Knights of the Old Republic #31

Knights of the Old Republic #32

Knights of the Old Republic #33

Knights of the Old Republic #34

Knights of the Old Republic #35

Knights of the Old Republic #36

Knights of the Old Republic #37

Knights of the Old Republic #38

Knights of the Old Republic #39

Knights of the Old Republic #40

Knights of the Old Republic #41

Knights of the Old Republic #42

Knights of the Old Republic #43

Knights of the Old Republic #44

Knights of the Old Republic #45

Knights of the Old Republic #46

Knights of the Old Republic #47

Knights of the Old Republic #48

Knights of the Old Republic #49

Knights of the Old Republic #50

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic: War #1

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic: War #2

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic: War #3

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic: War #4

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic: War #5

“Unseen, Unheard” short story from Star Wars Tales #24

Star Wars: The Old Republic #1 cover by Benjamin Carré.
Star Wars: The Old Republic #1 cover by Benjamin Carré.

The Old Republic Series

These comics are set 300 years after The Knights of the Old Republic and act as a lead into The Old Republic MMORPG.

The Old Republic #1

The Old Republic #2

The Old Republic #3

The Old Republic #4

The Old Republic #5

The Old Republic #6

The Old Republic – The Lost Suns #1

The Old Republic – The Lost Suns #2

The Old Republic – The Lost Suns #3

The Old Republic – The Lost Suns #4

The Old Republic – The Lost Suns #5

Note: The Lost Tribe of the Sith – Spiral takes places after the Lost Tribe of the Sith: Pandemonium eBook.

The Lost Tribe of the Sith – Spiral #1

The Lost Tribe of the Sith – Spiral #2

The Lost Tribe of the Sith – Spiral #3

The Lost Tribe of the Sith – Spiral #4

The Lost Tribe of the Sith – Spiral #5

NOTE: The Knight Errant comics are set in 1032 BBY and stars Jedi Knight Kerra Holt. These comics tie in with the Knight Errant novels but can be read independently.

Knight Errant: Aflame #1

Knight Errant: Aflame #2

Knight Errant: Aflame #3

Knight Errant: Aflame #4

Knight Errant: Aflame #5

Knight Errant: Deluge #1

Knight Errant: Deluge #2

Knight Errant: Deluge #3

Knight Errant: Deluge #4

Knight Errant: Deluge #5

Knight Errant: Escape #1

Knight Errant: Escape #2

Knight Errant: Escape #3

Knight Errant: Escape #4

Knight Errant: Escape #5

“The Apprentice” short story from Star Wars Tales #17

“All for You” short story Star Wars Tales #17

NOTE: Jedi vs. Sith is set 1000 BBY and is the final comic in the Old Republic era of the canon. It features new characters such as Darth Bane and Darth Zannah. It also explains how the Rule of Two was established.

Jedi vs. Sith #1

Jedi vs. Sith #2

Jedi vs. Sith #3

Jedi vs. Sith #4

Jedi vs. Sith #5

Jedi vs. Sith #6

Star Wars: Jedi - The Dark Side #1 cover by Mahmud A. Asrar.
Star Wars: Jedi – The Dark Side #1 cover by Mahmud A. Asrar.

Rise Of The Empire

Rise of the Empire is period leading up to and surrounding the Prequel Trilogy.

“Heart of Darkness” short story from Star Wars Tales #16

“Yaddle’s Tale: The One Below” short story from Star Wars Tales #5

Star Wars (1998 series) #4 (Vow of Justice back up stories)

Star Wars (1998 series) #5 (Vow of Justice back up stories)

Star Wars (1998 series) #6 (Vow of Justice back up stories)

“Stones” short story from Star Wars Tales #13

Jedi – The Dark Side #1

Jedi – The Dark Side #2

Jedi – The Dark Side #3

Jedi – The Dark Side #4

Jedi – The Dark Side #5

“Children of the Force” short story from Star Wars Tales #13

“Survivors”short story from Star Wars Tales #13

“Life, Death, and the Living Force” short story from Star Wars Tales #1

“Mythology” short story from Star Wars Tales #14

“The Secret of Tet-Ami” short story from Star Wars Tales #13

“George R. Binks” short story from Star Wars Tales #20

Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan: The Aurorient Express #1

Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan: The Aurorient Express #2

Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan: Last Stand on Ord Mantell #1

Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan: Last Stand on Ord Mantell #2

Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan: Last Stand on Ord Mantell #3

“Aurra’s” Song short story from Dark Horse Presents Annual 2000: Girls Rule!

“The Death of Captain Tarpals” short story from Star Wars Tales #3

“Jedi Chef” short story from Star Wars Tales #7

“Deal with a Demon” short story from Star Wars Tales #3

“Urchins” short story from Star Wars Tales #14

Jedi Council: Acts of War #1

Jedi Council: Acts of War #2

Jedi Council: Acts of War #3

Jedi Council: Acts of War #4

“A Summer’s Dream” short story from Star Wars Tales #5

Darth Maul #1

Darth Maul #2

Darth Maul #3

Darth Maul #4

Star Wars (1998 series) #1

Star Wars (1998 series) #2

Star Wars (1998 series) #3

Star Wars (1998 series) #4

Star Wars (1998 series) #5

Star Wars (1998 series) #6

“Marked” short story from Star Wars Tales #24

“Single Cell” short story from Star Wars Tales #7

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace #1

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace #2

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace #3

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace #4

NOTE: Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace Adventures are character-focused one-shots which feature characters that star in The Phantom Menace. Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace Adventures: The Phantom Menace ½ was originally made for Wizard Magazine but has since been published in trade paperback.

Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace Adventures: Anakin Skywalker

Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace Adventures: Qui-Gon Jinn

Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace Adventures: Queen Amidala

Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace Adventures: Obi-Wan Kenobi

Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace Adventures: The Phantom Menace ½

Jango Fett: Open Seasons #1

Jango Fett: Open Seasons #2

Jango Fett: Open Seasons #3

Jango Fett: Open Seasons #4

Jango Fett: Open Seasons #5

Star Wars (1998 series) #7

Star Wars (1998 series) #8

Star Wars (1998 series) #9

Star Wars (1998 series) #10

Star Wars (1998 series) #11

Star Wars (1998 series) #12

Star Wars (1998 series) #13

Star Wars (1998 series) #14

Star Wars (1998 series) #15

Star Wars (1998 series) #16

Star Wars (1998 series) #17

Note: Star Wars (1998 series) #17 features the first comics appearance of Quinlan Vos.

Star Wars (1998 series) #18

“Incident at Horn Station” short story from Star Wars Tales #2

“Bad Business” short story from Star Wars Tales #8

Star Wars Tales #21

Star Wars Tales #22

Star Wars Tales #23

Star Wars Tales #24

Star Wars (1998 series) #19

Star Wars (1998 series) #20

Star Wars (1998 series) #21

Star Wars (1998 series) #22

Star Wars (1998 series) #23

Star Wars (1998 series) #24

Star Wars (1998 series) #25

Star Wars (1998 series) #26

Star Wars (1998 series) #27

Star Wars (1998 series) #28

Star Wars (1998 series) #29

Star Wars (1998 series) #30

Star Wars (1998 series) #31

Star Wars (1998 series) #32

Star Wars (1998 series) #33

Star Wars (1998 series) #34

Star Wars (1998 series) #35

Star Wars (1998 series) #36

Star Wars (1998 series) #37

Star Wars (1998 series) #38

Star Wars (1998 series) #39

Star Wars (1998 series) #40

Star Wars (1998 series) #41

Star Wars (1998 series) #42

Star Wars (1998 series) #43

Star Wars (1998 series) #44

Star Wars (1998 series) #45

Jedi Quest #1

Jedi Quest #2

Jedi Quest #3

Jedi Quest #4

Jango Fett #1

Zam Wesell #1

The Bounty Hunters: Aurra Sing #1

“Poison Moon” short story from Dark Horse Extra #44-47

“The Eyes of Revolution” short story from Star Wars Visionaries

“A Jedi’s Weapon” short story from Star Wars Tales #12

Starfighter: Crossbones #1

Starfighter: Crossbones #2

Starfighter: Crossbones #3

NOTE: Star Wars (1998 series) is renamed Star Wars: Republic with issue #46.

Star Wars: Republic #46

Star Wars: Republic #47

Star Wars: Republic #48

Blood Ties: A Tale of Jango and Boba Fett #1

Blood Ties: A Tale of Jango and Boba Fett #2

Blood Ties: A Tale of Jango and Boba Fett #3

Blood Ties: A Tale of Jango and Boba Fett #4

Note: Blood Ties: A Tale of Jango and Boba Fett is on our list of best Boba Fett stories.

Star Wars: Republic #50 cover by Batt and Patrick Blaine.
Star Wars: Republic #50 cover by Batt and Patrick Blaine.

Clone Wars

These comics either involve the Clone Wars or are set during that time.

Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones #1

Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones #2

Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones #3

Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones #4

NOTE: Machines of War and Most Precious Weapon were Hasbro/Toys ‘R’ Us exclusive comics.

Machines of War #1

Most Precious Weapon #1

Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures Volume 8

“The Lesson” short story from Star Wars Tales #14

Star Wars: Republic #49

Star Wars: Republic #50

Jedi: Mace Windu #1

“Tides of Terror” short story from Star Wars Tales #14

Star Wars: Republic #51

Star Wars: Republic #52

Star Wars: Republic #53

Jedi: Shaak Ti #1

NOTE: Clone Wars Adventures are based off the original Clone Wars (2003) animated series that was developed by Genndy Tartakovsky.

Clone Wars Adventures Volume 1

Clone Wars Adventures Volume 2

Clone Wars Adventures Volume 3

Clone Wars Adventures Volume 4

Clone Wars Adventures Volume 5

Clone Wars Adventures Volume 6

Clone Wars Adventures Volume 7

Clone Wars Adventures Volume 9

Clone Wars Adventures Volume 10

“Dark Journey” short story from Star Wars Tales #17

Star Wars: Republic #54

Jedi: Aayla Secura

Jedi: Dooku

“Rather Darkness Visible” short story from Star Wars Tales #19

Star Wars: Republic #55

Star Wars: Republic #56

Star Wars: Republic #57

Star Wars: Republic #58

Star Wars: Republic #59

Star Wars: Republic #60

Star Wars: Republic #61

Star Wars: Republic #62

Star Wars: Republic #63

Star Wars: Republic #64

Jedi: Yoda #1

Note: The Clone Wars original graphic novels below are based around The Clone Wars animated series. Characters like Ahsoka Tano feature in many of these stories.

The Clone Wars: Shipyards of Doom

The Clone Wars: Crash Course

The Clone Wars: The Wind Raiders of Taloraan

The Clone Wars: Slaves of the Republic

The Clone Wars: The Colossus of Destiny

The Clone Wars: In Service of the Republic

The Clone Wars: Heroes of the Confederacy

The Clone Wars: Deadly Hands of Shon-Ju

The Clone Wars: The Starcrusher Trap

The Clone Wars: Strange Allies

The Clone Wars: The Enemy Within

The Clone Wars: Sith Hunters

The Clone Wars: Defenders of the Lost Temple

Note: The Clone Wars: Defenders of the Lost Temple contains the first appearance of Bo Katan Kryze.

The Clone Wars: The Smuggler’s Code

Star Wars: Republic #65

Star Wars: Republic #66

Star Wars: Republic #67

Routine Valor (Free Comic Book Day 2006 issue)

“The Artist of Naboo” short story from Star Wars Visionaries

Star Wars: Republic #68

General Grievous #1

General Grievous #2

General Grievous #3

General Grievous #4

Star Wars: Republic #69

Star Wars: Republic #70

Star Wars: Republic #71

Obsession #1

Obsession #2

Obsession #3

Obsession #4

Obsession #5

Star Wars—Free Comic Book Day 2005 Special

Star Wars: Republic #72

Star Wars: Republic #73

Star Wars: Republic #74

Star Wars: Republic #75

Star Wars: Republic #76

Star Wars: Republic #77

“Sithisis” short story from Star Wars Visionaries

“Wat Tambor and the Quest for the Sacred Eye of the Albino Cyclops” short story from Star Wars Visionaries

Star Wars: Republic #81

Star Wars: Republic #82

Star Wars: Republic #83

Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith #1

Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith #2

Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith #3

Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith #4

Star Wars: Dark Times #2 cover by Douglas Wheatley.
Star Wars: Dark Times #2 cover by Douglas Wheatley.

Dark Times

Dark Times is the period that bridges the gap between the conclusion of Revenge of the Sith and the Rebellion Era. The comic in this era explores the consequences of Order 66, early Darth Vader missions, Droid adventures, and much more.

Star Wars: Republic #78

Star Wars: Republic #79

Star Wars: Republic #80

Purge #1

Purge: Seconds to Die #1

Purge: The Hidden Blade #1

Purge: The Tyrant’s Fist #1

Purge: The Tyrant’s Fist #2

Dark Times #1

Dark Times #2

Dark Times #3

Dark Times #4

Dark Times #5

Dark Times #6

Dark Times #7

Dark Times #8

Dark Times #9

Dark Times #10

NOTE: Check out the Vector Crossover section for more information Dark Times #11-12.

Blue Harvest #0

Dark Times #13

Dark Times #14

Dark Times #15

Dark Times #16

Dark Times #17

Dark Times #18

Dark Times #19

Dark Times #20

Dark Times #21

Dark Times #22

Darth Vader and the Lost Command #1

Darth Vader and the Lost Command #2

Darth Vader and the Lost Command #3

Darth Vader and the Lost Command #4

Darth Vader and the Lost Command #5

Darth Vader and the Ghost Prison #1

Darth Vader and the Ghost Prison #2

Darth Vader and the Ghost Prison #3

Darth Vader and the Ghost Prison #4

Darth Vader and the Ghost Prison #5

Dark Times #23

Dark Times #24

Dark Times #25

Dark Times #26

Dark Times #27

Dark Times #28

Dark Times #29

Dark Times #30

Dark Times #31

Dark Times #32

Darth Vader and the Ninth Assassin #1

Darth Vader and the Ninth Assassin #2

Darth Vader and the Ninth Assassin #3

Darth Vader and the Ninth Assassin #4

Darth Vader and the Ninth Assassin #5

Darth Vader and the Cry of Shadows #1

Darth Vader and the Cry of Shadows #2

Darth Vader and the Cry of Shadows #3

Darth Vader and the Cry of Shadows #4

Darth Vader and the Cry of Shadows #5

“The Princess Leia Diaries” short story from Star Wars Tales #11

“Falling Star” short story from Star Wars Tales #15

“Sandstorm” short story from Star Wars Tales #15

“Luke Skywalker’s Walkabout” short story from Dark Horse Presents Annual 1999: DHP Jr.

“Young Lando Calrissian” short story from Star Wars Tales #20

“Routine” short story from Star Wars Tales #2

“First Impressions”short story from Star Wars Tales #15

Jabba the Hutt: The Gaar Suppoon Hit #1

Jabba the Hutt: The Hunger of Princess Nampi #1

Jabba the Hutt: The Dynasty Trap #1

Jabba the Hutt: Betrayal #1

Droids Special #1

Star Wars Droids: The Kalarba Adventures #1

Star Wars Droids: The Kalarba Adventures #2

Star Wars Droids: The Kalarba Adventures #3

Star Wars Droids: The Kalarba Adventures #4

Star Wars Droids: The Kalarba Adventures #5

Star Wars Droids: The Kalarba Adventures #6

Star Wars Galaxy #1

Star Wars Droids: Rebellion #1

Star Wars Droids: Rebellion #2

Star Wars Droids: Rebellion #3

Star Wars Droids: Rebellion #4

Star Wars Droids: Season of Revolt #1

Star Wars Droids: Season of Revolt #2

Star Wars Droids: Season of Revolt #3

Star Wars Droids: Season of Revolt #4

Star Wars Droids: The Protocol Offensive #1

Agent of the Empire: Iron Eclipse #1

Agent of the Empire: Iron Eclipse #2

Agent of the Empire: Iron Eclipse #3

Agent of the Empire: Iron Eclipse #4

Agent of the Empire: Iron Eclipse #5

Agent of the Empire: Hard Targets #1

Agent of the Empire: Hard Targets #2

Agent of the Empire: Hard Targets #3

Agent of the Empire: Hard Targets #4

Agent of the Empire: Hard Targets #5

NOTE: Han Solo at Stars’ End was originally a novel, which was then adapted into a daily comic strip for the Los Angeles Times between October 6th, 1980 and February 8th, 1981. It has since been reprinted by Dark Horse (which are the issues references below) and Marvel has since reprinted it in Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: The Newspaper Strips Volume 1.

Han Solo at Stars’ End #1

Han Solo at Stars’ End #2

Han Solo at Stars’ End #3

The Force Unleashed Graphic Novel

Boba Fett: Enemy of the Empire #1

Boba Fett: Enemy of the Empire #2

Boba Fett: Enemy of the Empire #3

Boba Fett: Enemy of the Empire #4

Note: Boba Fett: Enemy of the Empire is on our list of best Boba Fett stories.

“Extinction” short story from Star Wars Tales #1 and Star Wars Tales #2

Star Wars: Empire #1

Star Wars: Empire #2

Star Wars: Empire #3

Star Wars: Empire #4

The Force Unleashed Graphic Novel II

“The Hovel on Terk Street” short story from Star Wars Tales #6

Underworld: The Yavin Vassilika #1

Underworld: The Yavin Vassilika #2

Underworld: The Yavin Vassilika #3

Underworld: The Yavin Vassilika #4

Underworld: The Yavin Vassilika #5

Star Wars: Empire #5

Star Wars: Empire #6

Star Wars: Empire #7

Star Wars: Empire #8

Star Wars: Empire #9

Star Wars: Empire #12

Blood Ties: Boba Fett is Dead #1

Blood Ties: Boba Fett is Dead #2

Blood Ties: Boba Fett is Dead #3

Blood Ties: Boba Fett is Dead #4

Star Wars: Empire #15

Star Wars: Empire #10

Star Wars: Empire #11

“Resurrection” short story from Star Wars Tales #9

“The Value of Proper Intelligence to Any Successful Military Campaign is Not to Be Underestimated” short story from Star Wars Tales #19

Star wars (1977 series) #1 cover by Howard Chaykin.
Star wars (1977 series) #1 cover by Howard Chaykin.

Rebellion Era

The Rebellion Era is the time period in which the original trilogy was set in.

NOTE: Star Wars (1977 series) #1-6 adapts Star Wars: A New Hope and was originally published by Marvel Comics. It has also been reprinted as Classic Star Wars: A New Hope #1-2 by Dark Horse Comics.

Star Wars (1977 series) #1

Star Wars (1977 series) #2

Star Wars (1977 series) #3

Star Wars (1977 series) #4

Star Wars (1977 series) #5

Star Wars (1977 series) #6

Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope: Special Edition #1

Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope: Special Edition #2

Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope: Special Edition #3

Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope: Special Edition #4

Tag & Bink Are Dead #1

Tag & Bink Are Dead #2

 Star wars (1977 series) #7 cover by Gil Kane.
Star wars (1977 series) #7 cover by Gil Kane.

After The Battle of Yavin

These comics are set between the conclusion of A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back.

X-Wing Rogue Squadron ½

“Trooper” short story from Star Wars Tales #10

“Once Bitten” short story from Star Wars Tales #12

Star Wars (1977 series) #7

Star Wars (1977 series) #8

Star Wars (1977 series) #9

Star Wars (1977 series) #10

Star Wars (1977 series) #11

Star Wars (1977 series) #12

Star Wars (1977 series) #13

Star Wars (1977 series) #14

Star Wars (1977 series) #15

Star Wars (1977 series) #16

Star Wars (1977 series) #17

Star Wars (1977 series) #18

Star Wars (1977 series) #19

Star Wars (1977 series) #20

Star Wars (1977 series) #21

Star Wars (1977 series) #22

Star Wars (1977 series) #23

Star Wars (1977 series) #24

Star Wars (1977 series) #25

Star Wars (1977 series) #26

Star Wars (1977 series) #27

Star Wars (1977 series) #28

Star Wars (1977 series) #29

Star Wars (1977 series) #30

Star Wars (1977 series) #31

Star Wars (1977 series) #32

Star Wars (1977 series) #33

Star Wars (1977 series) #34

Star Wars (1977 series) #35

Star Wars (1977 series) #36

Star Wars (1977 series) #37

Star Wars (1977 series) #38

Star Wars (1977 series) Annual #1

Star Wars (2013 series) #1

Star Wars (2013 series) #2

Star Wars (2013 series) #3

Star Wars (2013 series) #4

Star Wars (2013 series) #5

Star Wars (2013 series) #6

Star Wars (2013 series) #7

Star Wars (2013 series) #8

Star Wars (2013 series) #9

Star Wars (2013 series) #10

Star Wars (2013 series) #11

Star Wars (2013 series) #12

Star Wars (2013 series) #13

Star Wars (2013 series) #14

Star Wars (2013 series) #15

Star Wars (2013 series) #16

Star Wars (2013 series) #17

Star Wars (2013 series) #18

Star Wars (2013 series) #19

Star Wars (2013 series) #20

Vader’s Quest #1

Vader’s Quest #2

Vader’s Quest #3

Vader’s Quest #4

Star Wars: Empire #13

Star Wars: Empire #14

Star Wars: Empire #16

Star Wars: Empire #17

Star Wars: Empire #18

Star Wars: Empire #19

Star Wars: Empire #20

Star Wars: Empire #21

Star Wars: Empire #22

NOTE: Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures was originally serialised as a newspaper strip.

Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #1

Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #2

Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #3

Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #4

Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #5

Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #6

Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #7

Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #8

Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #9

NOTE: Classic Star Wars #1-14 was originally serialised as a newspaper strip.

Classic Star Wars #1

Classic Star Wars #2

Classic Star Wars #3

Classic Star Wars #4

Classic Star Wars #5

Classic Star Wars #6

Classic Star Wars #7

Classic Star Wars #8

Classic Star Wars #9

Classic Star Wars #10

Classic Star Wars #11

Classic Star Wars #12

Classic Star Wars #13

Classic Star Wars #14

Classic Star Wars #15

Classic Star Wars #16

Classic Star Wars #17

Classic Star Wars #18

Classic Star Wars #19

Classic Star Wars #20

“Lady Luck” short story from Star Wars Tales #3

Classic Star Wars: Devilworlds #1

NOTE: Unlike other newspaper strips, Planet of Kadril was never reprinted in a single issue format but can be found in Star Wars: The Classic Newspaper Comics Vol. 1 published by Dark Horse Comics or Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: The Newspaper Strips Volume 1 published by Marvel Comics.

Planet of Kadril newspaper strip

River of Chaos #1

River of Chaos #2

River of Chaos #3

River of Chaos #4

Star Wars: Empire #23

Star Wars: Empire #24

Star Wars: Empire #25

Star Wars: Empire #26

Star Wars: Empire #27

“Sand Blasted” short story from Star Wars Tales #4

Star Wars: Empire #29

Star Wars: Empire #30

Star Wars: Empire #32

Star Wars: Empire #33

Star Wars: Empire #34

Star Wars: Empire #28

Star Wars: Empire #31

Star Wars: Empire #35

Star Wars: Empire #36

Star Wars: Empire #37

Star Wars: Empire #38

Star Wars: Empire #39

Star Wars: Empire #40

Star Wars: Rebellion #0

Star Wars: Rebellion #1

Star Wars: Rebellion #2

Star Wars: Rebellion #3

Star Wars: Rebellion #4

Star Wars: Rebellion #5

Star Wars: Rebellion #6

Star Wars: Rebellion #7

Star Wars: Rebellion #8

Star Wars: Rebellion #9

Star Wars: Rebellion #10

Star Wars: Rebellion #11

Star Wars: Rebellion #12

Star Wars: Rebellion #13

Star Wars: Rebellion #14

NOTE: Check out the Vector Crossover section for more information Rebellion #15-16.

“Outbid But Never Outgunned” short story from Star Wars Tales #7

NOTE: Boba Fett 1/2: Salvage was originally published alongside Wizard magazine. It was later published in the Boba Fett: Enemy of the Empire trade paperback.

Boba Fett 1/2: Salvage

Classic Star Wars: Devilworlds #2

“Captain Threepio” short story from Star Wars Tales #8

“Walking the Path That’s Given” short story from Star Wars Tales #21

“Payback” short story from Star Wars Tales #18

NOTE: Splinter of the Mind’s Eye #1-4 adapts the novel of the same name. This story is an interesting curiosity in that it was originally going to be the sequel to the original movie if it hadn’t done well at the box office.

Splinter of the Mind’s Eye #1

Splinter of the Mind’s Eye #2

Splinter of the Mind’s Eye #3

Splinter of the Mind’s Eye #4

Star Wars Adventures: Princess Leia and the Royal Ransom

A Valentine Story

NOTE: Star Wars (1977 series) #39-44 adapts The Empire Strikes Back.

Star Wars (1977 series) #39

Star Wars (1977 series) #40

Star Wars (1977 series) #41

Star Wars (1977 series) #42

Star Wars (1977 series) #43

Star Wars (1977 series) #44

Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire #1 cover by Hugh Fleming.
Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire #1 cover by Hugh Fleming.

After The Empire Strikes Back

These comics are set between the conclusion of The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.

Star Wars (1977 series) #45

Star Wars (1977 series) #46

Star Wars (1977 series) #47

Star Wars (1977 series) #48

Star Wars (1977 series) #49

Star Wars (1977 series) #50

Star Wars (1977 series) #51

Star Wars (1977 series) #52

Star Wars (1977 series) #53

Star Wars Adventures: Luke Skywalker and the Treasure of the Dragonsnakes

“Slippery Slope” short story from Star Wars Tales #15

“Moment of Doubt” short story from Star Wars Tales #4

“Thank the Maker” short story from Star Wars Tales #6

Star Wars Adventures: The Will of Darth Vader

“Lucky Stars” short story from Star Wars Tales #15

Star Wars (1977 series) #54

Star Wars (1977 series) #55

Star Wars (1977 series) #56

Star Wars (1977 series) #57

Star Wars (1977 series) #58

Star Wars (1977 series) #59

Star Wars (1977 series) #60

Star Wars (1977 series) #61

Star Wars (1977 series) #62

Star Wars (1977 series) #63

Star Wars (1977 series) #64

Star Wars (1977 series) #65

Star Wars (1977 series) #66

Star Wars (1977 series) #67

Star Wars (1977 series) Annual #2

Shadows of the Empire #1

Shadows of the Empire #2

Shadows of the Empire #3

Shadows of the Empire #4

Shadows of the Empire #5

Shadows of the Empire #6

Star Wars (1977 series) #68

Star Wars (1977 series) #69

Star Wars (1977 series) #70

Star Wars (1977 series) #71

Star Wars (1977 series) #72

Star Wars (1977 series) #73

Star Wars (1977 series) #74

Star Wars (1977 series) #75

Star Wars (1977 series) #76

Star Wars (1977 series) #77

Star Wars (1977 series) #78

Star Wars (1977 series) #79

Star Wars (1977 series) #80

Star Wars (1977 series) #81

Star Wars (1977 series) Annual #3

“A Hot Time in the Cold Town Tonite!” short story from Star Wars Tales #6

“Nerf Herder” short story from Star Wars Tales #7

“Stop That Jawa!” short story from Star Wars Tales #2

Mara Jade: By the Emperor’s Hand #0

Mara Jade: By the Emperor’s Hand #1

Mara Jade: By the Emperor’s Hand #2

Mara Jade: By the Emperor’s Hand #3

Mara Jade: By the Emperor’s Hand #4

Mara Jade: By the Emperor’s Hand #5

Mara Jade: By the Emperor’s Hand #6

Battle of the Bounty Hunters #1

The Return of Tag & Bink

NOTE: Star Wars: Return of the Jedi #1-4 was originally printed by Marvel Comics in 1983, but has also been reprinted by Dark Horse Comics as Classic Star Wars : Return of the Jedi #1-2

Star Wars: Return of the Jedi #1

Star Wars: Return of the Jedi #2

Star Wars: Return of the Jedi #3

Star Wars: Return of the Jedi #4

X-Wing: Rogue Leader #1 cover by Gary Erskine.
X-Wing: Rogue Leader #1 cover by Gary Erskine.

After Return of the Jedi

Want to know what happened after Return of the Jedi? These comics are the ones you’ll want to read.

X-Wing: Rogue Leader #1

X-Wing: Rogue Leader #2

X-Wing: Rogue Leader #3

Note: X-Wing: Rogue Leader is a prequel series to the long-running X-Wing Rogue Squadron series.

The Jabba Tape

“The One That Got Away” short story from Star Wars Tales #8

Star Wars (1977 series) #82

Star Wars (1977 series) #83

Star Wars (1977 series) #84

Star Wars (1977 series) #85

Star Wars (1977 series) #86

Star Wars (1977 series) #87

Star Wars (1977 series) #88

Star Wars (1977 series) #89

Star Wars (1977 series) #90

Star Wars (1977 series) #91

Star Wars (1977 series) #92

Star Wars (1977 series) #93

Star Wars (1977 series) #94

Star Wars (1977 series) #95

NOTE: Shadows of the Empire: Evolution is the sequel to the Shadows of the Empire novel by Steve Perry.

Shadows of the Empire: Evolution #1

Shadows of the Empire: Evolution #2

Shadows of the Empire: Evolution #3

Shadows of the Empire: Evolution #4

Shadows of the Empire: Evolution #5

“Lucky” short story from Star Wars Tales #23

Star Wars (1977 series) #96

Star Wars (1977 series) #97

Star Wars (1977 series) #98

Star Wars (1977 series) #99

Star Wars (1977 series) #100

Star Wars (1977 series) #101

Star Wars (1977 series) #102

Star Wars (1977 series) #103

Star Wars (1977 series) #104

Star Wars (1977 series) #105

Star Wars (1977 series) #106

Star Wars (1977 series) #107

Star Wars (1977 series) #108

“Lando’s Commandos: On Eagles’ Wings” short story from Star Wars Tales #5

“Three Against the Galaxy” short story from Star Wars Tales #3

“Spare Parts” short story from Star Wars Tales #4

“A Wookiee Scorned!” short story from Star Wars Tales #10

“Do or Do Not” short story from Star Wars Tales #15

“Free Memory” short story from Star Wars Tales #10

“Mara Jade: A Night on the Town” short story from Star Wars Tales #1

“Problem Solvers” short story from Star Wars Tales #20

Star Wars: X-Wing Rogue Squadron #1 cover by Dave Dorman.
Star Wars: X-Wing Rogue Squadron #1 cover by Dave Dorman.

X-Wing Rogue Squadron

This series focuses on Wedge Antilles and batch of X-Wing pilots as they run missions against the crumbling Empire. These comics were written by Michal A. Stackpole who also wrote many of the Star Wars: X-Wing novel series that were set in similar time period.

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #1

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #2

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #3

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #4

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #5

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #6

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #7

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #8

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #9

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #10

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #11

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #12

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #13

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #14

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #15

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #16

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #17

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #18

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #19

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #20

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #21

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #22

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #23

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #24

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #25

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #26

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #27

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #28

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #29

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #30

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #31

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #32

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #33

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #34

X-Wing Rogue Squadron #35

X-Wing Rogue Squadron Special

Star Wars: Heir to the Empire cover by Mathieu Lauffray.
Star Wars: Heir to the Empire cover by Mathieu Lauffray.

New Republic Era

The New Republic Era begins 5 years after the conclusion of Return of the Jedi and continues through to approximately 20 years after. We see the introduction of fan-favourite character Thrawn in the early part of this era.

“Marooned” short story from Star Wars Tales #22

Boba Fett: Twin Engines of Destruction

“Phantom Menaces” short story from Star Wars Tales #17

“Being Boba Fett” short story from Star Wars Tales #18

Heir to the Empire #1

Heir to the Empire #2

Heir to the Empire #3

Heir to the Empire #4

Heir to the Empire #5

Heir to the Empire #6

Note: Star Wars: Heir to the Empire #1-6 adapts Timothy Zahn’s novel of the same name. It’s also the first comic book appearance of Grand Admiral Thrawn, Mara Jade, and Talon Karrde.

Dark Force Rising #1

Dark Force Rising #2

Dark Force Rising #3

Dark Force Rising #4

Dark Force Rising #5

Dark Force Rising #6

Note: Star Wars: Dark Force Rising #1-6 is a a sequel to Heir of the Empire and is also an adaption of the novel of the same name by Timothy Zahn.

The Last Command #1

The Last Command #2

The Last Command #3

The Last Command #4

The Last Command #5

The Last Command #6

Note: Star Wars: The Last Command #1-6 is the third and final part of the Thrawn Trilogy and is an adaption of the novel of the same name by Timothy Zahn.

Star Wars: Dark Empire Trilogy TPB cover by Dave Doreman.
Star Wars: Dark Empire Trilogy TPB cover by Dave Dorman.

Dark Empire

There’s a new Republic but there’s still some remnants of the Empire out there causing trouble.

Dark Empire #1

Dark Empire #2

Dark Empire #3

Dark Empire #4

Dark Empire #5

Dark Empire #6

Dark Empire II #1

Dark Empire II #2

Dark Empire II #3

Dark Empire II #4

Dark Empire II #5

Dark Empire II #6

Note: Dark Empire II features the first appearance of Leia and Han’s children – Jacen, Jaina, and Anakin Solo.

Empire’s End #1

Empire’s End #2

Boba Fett: Bounty on Bar-Kooda

Note: Boba Fett: Bounty on Bar-Kooda is on our list of best Boba Fett stories.

Boba Fett: When the Fat Lady Swings

Note: Boba Fett: When the Fat Lady Swings is on our list of best Boba Fett stories.

Boba Fett: Murder Most Foul

Boba Fett: Agent of Doom

Star Wars: The Crimson Empire Saga TPB cover by Dave Dorman.

Crimson Empire

This trilogy explores the last of The Emperor’s guards.

Crimson Empire #1

Crimson Empire #2

Crimson Empire #3

Crimson Empire #4

Crimson Empire #5

Crimson Empire #6

The Bounty Hunters: Kenix Kil

Crimson Empire II: Council of Blood #1

Crimson Empire II: Council of Blood #2

Crimson Empire II: Council of Blood #3

Crimson Empire II: Council of Blood #4

Crimson Empire II: Council of Blood #5

Crimson Empire II: Council of Blood #6

“The Other” short story from Star Wars Tales #16

Note: Jedi Academy: Leviathan is considered to be a loose sequel to Kevin J Anderson’s Darksaber novel.

Jedi Academy: Leviathan #1

Jedi Academy: Leviathan #2

Jedi Academy: Leviathan #3

Jedi Academy: Leviathan #4

NOTE: Hard Currency was serialised through Dark Horse Extra #21-24

Hard Currency

NOTE: The Third Time Pays for All was published in Dark Horse Presents (2011 series) #1.

The Third Time Pays for All

Crimson Empire III: Empire Lost #1

Crimson Empire III: Empire Lost #2

Crimson Empire III: Empire Lost #3

Crimson Empire III: Empire Lost #4

Crimson Empire III: Empire Lost #5

Crimson Empire III: Empire Lost #6

“The Secret Tales of Luke’s Hand!” short story from Star Wars Tales #8

“Tall Tales” short story from Star Wars Tales #19

“Collapsing New Empires” short story from Star Wars Tales #19

Union #1

Union #2

Union #3

Union #4

“Apocalypse Endor” short story from Star Wars Tales #14

Chewbacca #1 cover by Sean Phillips.

New Jedi Order

The New Jedi Order is set 25 years after the original trilogy and a lot of it involves the Yuuzhan Vong War.

Chewbacca #1

Chewbacca #2

Chewbacca #3

Chewbacca #4

“Revenants” short story from Star Wars Tales #18

Star Wars: Invasion #1 cover by Jo Chen.
Star Wars: Invasion #1 cover by Jo Chen.

Invasion

This period of the Star Wars timeline explores the Yuuzhan Vong War and is set during the same time as the New Jedi Order novels.

Invasion: Refugees #1

Invasion: Refugees #2

Invasion: Refugees #3

Invasion: Refugees #4

Invasion: Refugees #5

Invasion: Rescues #1

Invasion: Rescues #2

Invasion: Rescues #3

Invasion: Rescues #4

Invasion: Rescues #5

Invasion: Rescues #6

Invasion: Revelations #1

Invasion: Revelations #2

Invasion: Revelations #3

Invasion: Revelations #4

Invasion: Revelations #5

“Equals & Opposites” short story from Star Wars Tales #21

Star Wars: Legacy #1 cover by Adam Hughes.
Star Wars: Legacy #1 cover by Adam Hughes.

Legacy

Legacy is set 130+ years after the original trilogy and stars a set of new characters, including Cade Skywalker, Darth Talon, and Darth Krayt.

Legacy #0

Legacy #0.5

Legacy #4

Legacy #8

Legacy #1

Legacy #2

Legacy #3

Legacy #5

Legacy #6

Legacy #7

Legacy #9

Legacy #10

Legacy #13

Legacy #11

Legacy #12

Legacy #14

Legacy #15

Legacy #16

Legacy #17

Legacy #18

Legacy #19

Legacy #20

Legacy #21

Legacy #22

Legacy #27

Legacy #23

Legacy #24

Legacy #25

Legacy #26

NOTE: Check out the Vector Crossover section for more information Legacy #28-31.

Legacy #32

Legacy #33

Legacy #34

Legacy #35

Legacy #36

Legacy #37

Legacy #38

Legacy #39

Legacy #40

Legacy #41

Legacy #42

Legacy #43

Legacy #45

Legacy #46

Legacy #47

Legacy #48

Legacy #49

Legacy #50

Legacy: War #1

Legacy: War #2

Legacy: War #3

Legacy: War #4

Legacy: War #5

Legacy: War #6

Legacy (2013 series) #1

Legacy (2013 series) #2

Legacy (2013 series) #3

Legacy (2013 series) #4

Legacy (2013 series) #5

Legacy (2013 series) #6

Legacy (2013 series) #7

Legacy (2013 series) #8

Legacy (2013 series) #9

Legacy (2013 series) #10

Legacy (2013 series) #11

Legacy (2013 series) #12

Legacy (2013 series) #13

Legacy (2013 series) #14

Legacy (2013 series) #15

Legacy (2013 series) #16

Legacy (2013 series) #17

Legacy (2013 series) #18

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic #25 cover by Travis Charest.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic #25 cover by Travis Charest.

Star Wars: Vector Crossover

Vector is a crossover that spans many eras throughout the four Star Wars comics that were being published at the time at Dark Horse Comics. Due to its nature, I have separated it to include the full story reading order.

Knights of the Old Republic #25 (Part 1)

Knights of the Old Republic #26 (Part 2)

Knights of the Old Republic #27 (Part 3)

Knights of the Old Republic #28 (Part 4)

Dark Times #11 (Part 5)

Dark Times #12 (Part 6)

Rebellion #15 (Part 7)

Rebellion #16 (Part 8)

Legacy #28 (Part 9)

Legacy #29 (Part 10)

Legacy #30 (Part 11)

Legacy #31 (Part 12)

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Comments (12)

  • Great work! Helps a lot for sure. I wonder if you could include the new Legends Omnibus releases in one of the next updates?

  • This list is fantastic. I’d there also some kind of Buyer’s Guide so I/we can figure out the cheapest number of collections to buy? I’d like to go digital, but I’m always worried about content being taken down.

    • Hey Kevin, I’m glad you enjoy the list. Marvel currently owns the rights to all of the Star Wars comics catalogue and as Star Wars and Marvel are owned by Disney it is likely they will keep it for a very long time. Comixology or Marvel Unlimited has 99.99% of the Star Wars comics available but not all of them will be available in a collected format.

  • Love your list by the way. Is the story of Darth Caedus and Abeloth ever in comic form or is it only in novels.

    • Hey Peter, I’m glad you like it. As for your question, Abeloth never appeared in any of the comics but Darth Caedus did. You can find Caedus in Dark Empire II, Empire’s End, Crimson Empire III, the Invasion series, Star Wars: Union and a few others from the period.

  • Is Red Harvest in continuity? Apparently it takes place in the Old Republic era. It has Darth Scabrous, and he has an army of zombies.

  • I have several comic titles that don’t appear in this list. Two I can think of, off the top of my head, “Tag And Bink Are Dead” and all of the “Star Wars Tales” issues. I have not read a lot of the Tales stories so not sure if those are considered part of the timeline or of they’re one-offs. Anyway, great listing. Thanks!

    • Hey Sam, I had missed the Tag and Bink stories. I’ve added the ones that were in continuity (all of them except The Return of Tag & Bink – Revenge of the Clone Menace, which was never considered part of continuity). A lot of the Star Wars Tales comics are within the reading orders and broken up by story. Many of them were not considered continuity at the time so they haven’t been included but it wouldn’t hurt for me to go through them again to confirm I haven’t missed any.

  • This is AWESOME! Wish you could add in all the novels, audio dramas, EU TV films & shows. It would be amazing to finally have one complete legends EU timeline from start to finish, with notations on cancelled novels. I bought The Essential Reader’s Companion a few years back for this reason, but it has no appendix showing titles were the stories too place. It was just a history synopsis.

    • Hey John, thanks for pointing that out. I knew I was missing something! They’ve been added to the list.

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