Star Wars comics only availible digitally for 4 days by Dark Horse

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As was noted by io9, the point where Dark Horse will stop selling digital copies of any of its entire Star Wars collection is fast approaching.

Dark Horses digital site is offering individual issues discounted at 50 percent or the entire collection for a cool $300 (or rather 80%), should you have plenty of holiday money left to spend.

The collection will be taken down from digital sale by Dark Horse on January 1st, which leaves just 4 days left.

The collection stretches as far back as Tom Veitch and Cam Kennedy’s Dark Empire series, which was of course Dark Horses very first use of the Star Wars license to more recent offerings such as J.W. Rinzler and Mike Mayhew’s “The Star Wars” mini-series, based upon the vastly different original draft by George Lucas.

… And just about everything else in-between.

As Dark Horse puts it;
As the end of an era closes, we say a fond farewell to Star Wars. The Wookiees will be missed, and bounty hunters will be sad. But take heart, young Jedi, for in these last few days, you can seal in carbonite the entire Dark Horse Digital library of Star Wars. Get every comic, every panel, and every battle in perfect digital format in your collection. Access via the Cloud City whenever you want. Many of these comics may never be in print again, and this is your chance to get over twenty years of Star Wars comics history at a once-in-a-lifetime price.

If you need ideas then you can browse our collection of past reviews of Dark Horse’s Star Wars comics.

The writer of this piece was: GARYav
Gary Kane aka (GK)
GK tweets from @Kanoclassic

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