Marvel's Star Wars series will come to an end in November

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So why is Marvel's Star Wars comic ending? Here are the details for Star Wars #75, the final issue due out this November. IT'S A TRAP! The epic REBELS AND ROGUES storyline reaches its explosive end!

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Marvel is pretty notorious for ending a series and then just turning around and relaunching it with a new first issue. But all good things must come to an end, and if the wording on November's issues are to be believed, Marvel Star Wars #75 will be the last issue of the series. Granted, there are still plenty of other Star Wars comics that will still be ongoing, including tie-ins to the new movie, the upcoming Jedi: Fallen Order video game, and spin-offs focusing on characters like Darth Vader and Doctor Aphra.

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Marvel Comics have announced that Star Wars #75 will be the final issue in the series that has been ongoing since January of 2015. It's a story deeply enmeshed within the original trilogy - it's Han, Luke, and Leia, going on adventures and exploring the state of the galaxy within the context of those first three movies. The year gap between The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi has hardly been explored. Having to wait for the context of The Rise of Skywalker would seem like a legitimate reason to momentarily pause what is otherwise a very popular comic!

Marvel Comics has had an impressive run of Star Wars comics since taking over the franchise. Always in motion it is, after all.

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