Later this year, George Lucas’ original, unused concepts for what became Star Wars are to be published in a new, Dark Horse comics adaptation. But what was this abandoned story actually about?
It seems that Lucasfilm’s plans for a new Star Wars trilogy were actually rather advanced before the Disney deal took place. Rumours did start as far back as 2009, and those original stories are looking more and more on the money day by day.
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