We Have a Bad Feeling About This Jabba the Hutt #1 Preview

On Wednesday, Jabba the Hutt gets his own comic! Of course, it’s just a one-shot, part of Marvel’s Star Wars: Age of Rebellion line of comics set during the period of the original Star Wars trilogy, but it’s a Jabba comic nonetheless. Unfortunately, or perhaps expectedly, it starts off a little bit gross, as we see wealthy patrons of a space-establishment enjoying an expensive new drink called Tusken Wind, one which costs 10,000 credits per cup. Though there’s a good reason, as we see in this preview of Star Wars: Age of Rebellion: Jabba the Hutt #1…

We Have a Bad Feeling About This Jabba the Hut #1 Preview

Ok, that does seem like a pretty good drink, and one that might even be worth its hefty price tag. Unfortunately, the establishment is all out…

We Have a Bad Feeling About This Jabba the Hut #1 Preview

And the supplier, of course, is a certain Jabba the Hutt. But when asked about the Tusken Wind, Jabba has a bit of a laugh.

We Have a Bad Feeling About This Jabba the Hut #1 Preview

So what are the odds Tusken Wind comes from Jabba’s butt? Of course, Hutt Butt Juice is definitely not a drink one would pay 10,000 credits for, so a clever marketing ploy was clearly needed. We’ll find out if we’re right soon enough.

Star Wars: Age of Rebellion: Jabba the Hutt #1 hits stores on Wednesday. Check out the full preview below.

Star Wars: Age of Rebellion: Jabba the Hutt #1
(W) Greg Pak (A) Emilio Laiso, Marco Turini, Roland Boschi (CA) Rachel Dodson, Terry Dodson
IT’S GREAT TO BE JABBA!
• Across the galaxy, Imperials, rebels and scoundrels alike speak in hushed tones of JABBA THE HUTT, the greatest gangster in the OUTER RIM.
• Discover what makes the name of Jabba so feared, in a crime story that stretches from the casinos of CANTO BIGHT to the deserts of TATOOINE!
Rated T
In Shops: May 22, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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A prophecy says that in the comic book industry's darkest days, a hero will come to lead the people through a plague of overpriced floppies, incentive variant covers, #1 issue reboots, and super-mega-crossover events.

Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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