CoverTitleIssue #Date PublishedFirst AppearanceCameoNotesCanon/LegendsPublisherWriter(s)Artist(s)
Star WarsIssue: 1Date Published:
4/12/1977
First Appearance:

Darth Vader,
Luke Skywalker
Princess Leia
C-3PO,
R2-D2,
Grand Moff Tarkin,
Biggs Darklighter,
Admiral Motti,
Owen Lars,
Beru Lars,
Commander Cassio Tagge,
Jawas (species),
Stormtroopers,
Tusken Raiders (Species/people),
Banthas (animal),

CAMEO:

Wulff Yularen (background, unnamed),
Camie Marstrap,
Laze "Fixer" Loneozner,
R5-D4 (defective astromech),
FIRST COVER APPS:
Obi Wan Kenobi,
Han Solo,
Luke Skywalker,
Darth Vader,
Princess Leia,
Death Star,
Tie Fighter,
X-Wing,
Y-Wing.
LegendsMarvelW: Roy ThomasA; Howard Chaykin
Star WarsIssue: 2Date Published:
5/10/1977
First Appearance:

Obi-Wan Kenobi,
Dr. Evazan,,
Ponda Baba,,
Chewbacca,,
Han Solo,,
Greedo,,
Luke's Lightsaber, (Anakin Skywalker's Lightsaber, Rey's Lightsaber),
Mosep Binneed, (retcon)(Uses Jabba The Hutt's name),

CAMEO:

Pondo Baba,,
Cornelius Evazan,,
Wuher, (bartender in Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina),
Moradmin Bast ,(Imperial general on Death Star),
Garindan,,(Kubaz spy in Mos Eisley),
1047, (Stormtrooper from Zeta Squadron searching for missing droids in Mos Esiley)(unnamed),
Davin Felth ,(Stormtrooper from Zeta Squadron searching for missing droids in Mos Esiley)(unnamed)
Dannik Jerriko, (male Anzati bounty hunter)(cantina, unnamed, background obscured),
Kabe, ( female Chadra-Fan)(cantina, background, unnamed, back turned and obscured),
Nabrun Leids ,(Morseerian male smuggler )(cantina, unnamed, background),
Tzizvvt, (male Brizzit)(Mos Eisley alley, unnamed),
Wioslea, (female Vuvrian)(bought Luke's landspeeder)
Jabba the Hutt ,was originally depicted as a yellow-skinned humanoid with white hair growing from his chin and cheeks. This was due to Jabba's appearance not being final when the comic was released (in fact, not until the release of Return of the Jedi in 1983). The novel Star Wars: Kenobi by John Jackson Miller establishes that Mosep would sometimes travel under Jabba's name, representing his interests, indicating that the Jabba from the Marvel comics may indeed have been Mosep.LegendsMarvelW: Roy ThomasA; Howard Chaykin
Star WarsIssue: 3Date Published:

6/7/1977
First Appearance:

Shann Childsen (male human imperial officer aboard Death Star)(unnamed),
Khurgee (male human imperial officer aboard Death Star)(unnamed),
TK-421 (notable clone stormtrooper who was ambushed by Han Solo on the Millennium Falcon),
Pol Treidum (male human imperial officer aboard Death Star)(unnamed).
First Cover Appearance:

Chewbacca
LegendsMarvelW: Roy ThomasA: Howard Chaykin
Star WarsIssue: 4Date Published:

7/12/1977
Cameo:

Dianoga (creature living in Death Star trash compactor)(unnamed)
LegendsMarvelW: Roy ThomasA: Howard Chaykin
Star WarsIssue: 5Date Published:

8/10/1977
First Appearance:

Wedge Antilles (male human X-Wing pilot)(unnamed, claims shot into Death Star thermal exhaust port is impossible during briefing),
Jan Dodonna (male human Rebel general),
Graven Dreis (male human X-Wing Pilot) (Red Leader during Battle of Yavin),
Vanden Willard (male human Rebel general and tactical adviser),
BTL Y-Wing Starfighter (ship),
T-65 X-Wing Starfighter (ship).
Tie-fighter pilot;
LegendsMarvelW: Roy ThomasA: Howard Chaykin
Star WarsIssue: 6Date Published:

9/13/1977
First Appearance:

Tanbris (male human officer in the Empire, died on the Death Star),
Jek Tono Porkins (male human Rebel starfighter, "
Named "Tono Porkins" in this issue, Porkins wasn't given his name, Jek, until a 1989 roleplaying game sourcebook, Galaxy Guide 1: A New Hope.

Porkins also goes by the call sign "Blue Six" in this issue though it was later changed to "Red Four" in the A New Hope film.
LegendsMarvelW: Roy ThomasA: Howard Chaykin
Star WarsIssue: 7Date Published:

10/11/1977
First Appearance:

Azoora (female Wroonian),
Crimson Jack (male human pirate nicknamed "Redbeard"),
Jolli (human female pirate who served under Crimson Jack),
Pera (male Verpine priest of the Sacred Way),
Ramiz (male human farmer),
Sikurdian (alien species),
Verpine (bipedal sentient insectoid species),
Crimson Jack's Battlecruiser (former imperial battlecruiser),
First Original Star Wars story in comic book.LegendsMarvelW: Roy ThomasA: Howard Chaykin and Frank Springer.
Star WarsIssue: 8Date Published:

11/8/1977
First Appearance:

Serji-X Arrogantus (human male Swoop Gang leader),
Hedji (male spiner),
Amaiza Foxtrain (female human dancer, a pirate, a gunslinger, and a smuggler)(Black Hole Gang),
Don-Wan Kihotay (male human Jedi)(a.k.a. Hess Korrin),
Jaxxon (male Lepi smuggler),
Jimm Doshun (human male) (Starkiller Kid),
FE-9Q (tractor robot)(Effie),
Spiner (species),
Lepi (species)
Tractor Robot (droid type),
Cloud-Riders (swoop gang),
Star-Hoppers of Aduba-3 (rogue group organized by Han Solo),
Boltrunian (species),
Luke Skywalker's scout ship (thought to be an XS-800 light freighter),
Peregrine-340 airspeeders.
First Cover Appearance of:

Hedji (male spiner),
Amaiza Foxtrain (female human dancer, a pirate, a gunslinger, and a smuggler)(Black Hole Gang),
Don-Wan Kihotay (male human Jedi)(a.k.a. Hess Korrin),
Jaxxon (male Lepi smuggler),
Jimm Doshun (human male) (Starkiller Kid),
FE-9Q (tractor robot)(Effie).
LegendsMarvelW: Roy ThomasA: Howard Chaykin and Tom Palmer.
Star WarsIssue: 9Date Published:

12/13/1977
First Appearance:

Merri Shen Doshun (human female),
The Old One (male human shaman),
Oncho Shen (male human),
Behemoth from the World Below (sithspawn monster),
High-Hounds (bird-like scavengers native to Aduba-3),
LegendsMarvelW: Roy ThomasA: Howard Chaykin and Tom Palmer.
Star WarsIssue: 11Date Published:

2/7/1978
Cameo:

Sea-Dragons (aquatic creatures on planet Drexel),
Dragon Lords (shipwrecked group who ride Sea-Dragons on Drexel)
LegendsMarvelW: W: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 2Date Published:

2/15/1978
First Cover:

Tusken Raiders (Sand People),
Bantha
LegendsMarvel W: Roy ThomasA: Howard Chaykin and Tom Palmer

Cover: Howard Chaykin and Tom Palmer
Marvel PizzazzIssue: 6Date Published:

2/28/1978
First Appearance:

Earth (male android creation of the Keeper, with ability to manipulate earth),
Rain (female android creation of the Keeper, with ability to manipulate water),
Fire (male android creation of the Keeper, with ability to manipulate fire),
Wind female android creation of the Keeper, with ability to manipulate wind),
LegendsMarvelW: Roy Thomas,
Archie Goodwin
A; Howard Chaykin (penciller),
Tony DeZuniga (Inker)
Star WarsIssue: 12Date Published:
3/14/1978
First appearance:

Governor Quarg (human male leader of the Ship-Dwellers of Drexel),
Great Ship (city-ship which housed the Ship-Dwellers of Drexel)
First mention of Master Machinesmith, a human technician who worked for the Ship-Dwellers of Drexel).LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino and Terry Austin
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 7Date Published:

3/22/1978
First Cover:

Dianoga (omnivorous cephalopods from the planet Vodran, lived in trash compactors of ships)
LegendsMarvel W: Roy ThomasA: Howard Chaykin and Steve Leialoha

Marvel PizzazzIssue: 7Date Published:

3/23/1978
First Appearance:

The Keeper (machine with an artificial intelligence located on Keeper's World, created android children Earth, Wind, Rain, and Fire)
LegendsMarvelW: Roy Thomas,
Archie Goodwin
A; Howard Chaykin (penciller),
Tony DeZuniga (Inker)
Star WarsIssue: 13Date Published:

4/11/1978
First appearance:

Master Machinesmith, a human technician who worked for the Ship-Dwellers of Drexel).
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino,
Terry Austin (Inker)
Bob Wiacek (Inker).

Cover: John Byrne,
Terry Austin.
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 12Date Published:

4/26/1978
First Cover:

Darth Vader's TIE Advanced x1 ("TIE/ad", an advanced prototype starfighter that was part of the TIE line manufactured by Sienar Fleet Systems.
LegendsMarvel W: Roy ThomasA: Howard Chaykin,
Rick Hoberg (Inker),
Bill Wray (inker).

Cover: Howard Bender (Penciller),
Tony DeZuniga (Inker)
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 17Date Published:

5/31/1978
First Cover:

High-Hounds (bird-like scavengers native to Aduba-3).
LegendsMarvel W: Roy ThomasA: Howard Chaykin,
Tom Palmer (Inker)
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 18Date Published:

6/7/1978
First Cover:

Serji-X Arrogantus (human male Swoop Gang leader).
LegendsMarvel W: Roy ThomasA: Howard Chaykin,
Tom Palmer (Inker)
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 20Date Published:

6/21/1978
First Cover:

Han Solo holding a lightsaber.
LegendsMarvel W: Donald F. Glut, Howard Chaykin, Roy ThomasA: Howard Chaykin,
Tom Palmer (Penciller),
Alan Kupperberg,
Tom Palmer (Inker).
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 21Date Published:

6/28/1978
First Cover:

Crimson Jack (male human pirate nicknamed "Redbeard"),
Jolli (human female pirate who served under Crimson Jack).
LegendsMarvel W: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino,
Terry Austin (Inker)
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 24Date Published:

7/19/1978
First Cover:

Governor Quarg (human male leader of the Ship-Dwellers of Drexel),
Great Ship (city-ship which housed the Ship-Dwellers of Drexel)
LegendsMarvel W: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino,
Terry Austin (Inker)
Star WarsIssue: 16Date Published:
7/25/1978
First Appearance:

Beilert Valance (Cyborg Bounty Hunter) (Currently starring in 2020 Bounty Hunters canon series from Marvel),
Telos IV (planet),
Doniphon (planet),
Slssk (Hutlarian bounty hunter),
Dafi (H'nemthe bounty hunter),
Remel Fud (mercenary and bounty hunter),
Rabbit's Foot (Jaxxon's WUD-500 star ship),
Nar Shaddaa (Moon of Nal Hutta, retconned into this issue by Starwars.com databank and Star Wars Gamer 4 (6/19/2001)).
First published Walt Simonson Star Wars work.LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Walt Simonson and Bob Wiacek
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 25Date Published:

7/26/1978
First Cover:

Master Machinesmith, a human technician who worked for the Ship-Dwellers of Drexel).
LegendsMarvel W: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino,
Terry Austin (Inker),
Bob Wiacek (Inker).
Marvel PizzazzIssue: 11Date Published:

7/27/1978
First Appearance:

Odan's Impostor (male human imperial officer posing as leader of rebel forces),
Akurians ("Snow Demons" or "Snow Stmpers" a furry sapient creature),

LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Walter Simonson,
Dave Cockrum (Pencillers),

Klaus Janson
John Tartaglione (Inkers).
Star WarsIssue: 16Date Published:
8/22/1978
First Appearance:

Womp Rat (large, omnivorous rodents native to Tatooine),
Beggar's Canyon (Canyon on Tattooine used as a part of the Boonta Eve Classic podrace.)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie Goodwin,
Chris Claremont.
A: Herb Trimpe (penciller),
Allen Milgrom (Inker).

Cover:

Dave Cockrum,
Bob McLeod.
Marvel PizzazzIssue: 12Date Published:

8/24/1978
First Appearance:

Fafnir (male Akurian second in command to Odan),
Odan (male Human colonel in Alliance to Restore the Republic),
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Walter Simonson,
Dave Cockrum (Pencillers),

Klaus Janson
John Tartaglione (Inkers).
Star WarsIssue: 18Date Published:

9/26/1978
First Appearance:

Commander Zertik Strom (Imperial Commander),
Senator Simon Greyshade (Member of Galactic Senate representing Columex and the Corzyd Sector, Administrator of the Gambling space station, The Wheel),
Master-Com (Czerka Corporation Master Control System),
The Wheel (space station),
The Crimson Casino.
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 39Date Published:

11/1/1978
First Cameo:

Living Windmill (nickname given to Ultaarian Greenback by Han Solo while fighting him)(unnamed, no dialogue)
First Cover:

Senator Simon Greyshade (Member of Galactic Senate representing Columex and the Corzyd Sector, Administrator of the Gambling space station, The Wheel)
LegendsMarvel W: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino,
Bob Wiacek (Inker).
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 40Date Published:

11/8/1978
First Appearance:

Living Windmill (nickname given to Ultaarian Greenback by Han Solo while fighting him)
First Cover:

Living Windmill
LegendsMarvel W: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino,
Bob Wiacek (Inker).
Star WarsIssue: 20Date Published:

11/21/1978
First cover appearance and interior appearance in traditional comic book format:

Living Windmill (nickname given to Ultaarian Greenback by Han Solo while fighting him)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino,
Bob Wiacek
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 42Date Published:

11/22/1978
First Appearance:

Mulchive Wermis (Imperial human male captain of Star Destroyer Devastator, Vader's flagship)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwingA:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller),
Gene Day (Inker)
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 43Date Published:

11/29/1978
First Appearance:

68-RKO (droid in the service of Bail Organa during the Clone Wars),
Joey Orsel (Human male),
Captain Quasar (human male captain of pleasure cruiser),
Quasar's messenger (human male officer on pleasure cruiser),
Augustus Tryll (Human male slaver).
Cameo:

Merson Pirates
LegendsMarvelW: Mary Jo DuffyA: Carmine Infantino,
Bob Wiacek (Inker).
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 44Date Published:

12/6/1978
First Appearance:

Rork (human male crewman on pleasure cruiser).
LegendsMarvelW: Mary Jo DuffyA: Carmine Infantino,
Bob Wiacek (Inker).
Star WarsIssue: 21Date Published:

12/19/1978
First appearance in traditional comic book format:

Mulchive Wermis (Imperial human male captain of Star Destroyer Devastator, Vader's flagship)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino (Penciller),
Gene Day (Inker)
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 49Date Published:

1/10/1979
First Cover:

The Keeper (machine with an artificial intelligence located on Keeper's World, created android children Earth, Wind, Rain, and Fire)
LegendsMarvelW: Roy Thomas, Archie GoodwinA: Howard Chaykin (penciller)
Tony DeZuniga (inker)
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 53Date Published:

2/7/1979
First Appearance:

Jorman Thoad (Human male who ran a starship dealership on Centares),
Baron Orman Tagge (human male head of the House of Tagge from 21 BBY until his death in 0 ABY, blinded by Darth Vader),
Shanks (Human male Lieutenant in the Imperial Navy, served directly under Baron Orman Tagge as his liaison to the Empire)(older brother to Domina Tagge, Cassio Tagge, Ulric Tagge, and Silas Tagge).
First Mention:

Massassi (sub-species of Sith from the Old Republic Era. Massassi built the Temple on Yavin IV which acted as the Rebel Alliance's base around 0 ABY.)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino (penciller),
Gene Day (inker).
Star WarsIssue: 24Date Published:

2/27/1979
First appearance in U.S. publication/ traditional comic format:

68-RKO (droid in the service of Bail Organa during the Clone Wars),
Joey Orsel (Human male),
Captain Quasar (human male captain of pleasure cruiser),
Quasar's messenger (human male officer on pleasure cruiser),
Augustus Tryll (Human male slaver).

First cameo in U.S. publication/ traditional comic format:

Merson Pirates
LegendsMarvelW: Mary Jo DuffyA: Carmine Infantino,
Bob Wiacek


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: March 11, 1979 (#1)Date Published:

3/11/1979
First Appearance:

BRT Supercomputer ("Mistress Mnemos")
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: March 17, 1979 Date Published:

3/17/1979
First Appearance:

Blackhole (human male Director of Imperial Intelligence. a.k.a. Cronal, supposedly born as Perek. He was a former Prophet of the Dark Side.)
LegendsW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 56Date Published:

3/21/1979
First Cover:

Baron Orman Tagge (human male head of the House of Tagge from 21 BBY until his death in 0 ABY, blinded by Darth Vader)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino,
Bob Wiacek (Inker).


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: March 22, 1979 and March 23, 1979 Date Published:

3/22/1979
and 3/23/1979
First Appearance:

Vorzyd 5, the Gambler's World (planet)(March 23, 1979)
First Mention:

Vorzyd 5, the Gambler's World (planet)(March 22, 1979)
LegendsW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: March 31, 1979 Date Published:

3/31/1979
Cameo:

Rbann (Kubaz imperial spy working for Blackhole).
LegendsW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: April 8, 1979 (#5)Date Published:

4/8/1979
First Appearance:

Gyla Petro (Human female from Kalgo 13, Imperial scientist)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: April 11, 1979 Date Published:

4/11/1979
First Appearance:

Shadow Stormtroopers or "Blackhole Stormtroopers (Specialized stormtroopers nicknamed Blackhole Stormtroopers for their affiliation with imperial Spy codenamed "Blackhole")
LegendsW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 60Date Published:

4/18/1979
Finishes the Kingdom of Ice storyline left unfinished in Marvel Pizzazz 12LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA:
Dave Cockrum


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: April 20, 1979 Date Published:

4/20/1979
First Appearance:

R-55 Police Droid on Vorzyd 5
LegendsW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning
Star WarsIssue: 25Date Published:

4/24/1979
First appearance in U.S. publication/ traditional comic format:

Jorman Thoad (Human male who ran a starship dealership on Centares),
Baron Orman Tagge (human male head of the House of Tagge from 21 BBY until his death in 0 ABY, blinded by Darth Vader),
Shanks (Human male Lieutenant in the Imperial Navy, served directly under Baron Orman Tagge as his liaison to the Empire)(older brother to Domina Tagge, Cassio Tagge, Ulric Tagge, and Silas Tagge).

First appearances were in U.K.:

Star Wars Weekly 53 (Marvel UK)

First Mention in U.S. traditional comic format:

Massassi (sub-species of Sith from the Old Republic Era. Massassi built the Temple on Yavin IV which acted as the Rebel Alliance's base around 0 ABY.)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino,
Gene Day


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: April 25, 1979 Date Published:

4/25/1979
First Appearance:

The Freelies (Street gang on Vorzyd 5).
Cameo:

Jax (Freelie) (human male street gange member);
Bemmie (Freelie) (Vorzydian male street gang member);
Choyd (Freelie) (Selonian male street gang member);
Merf (Freelie) (Vorzydian male street gang member);
LegendsW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 61Date Published:

4/25/1979
First Appearance:

Marko Tyne (male Zygerrian bounty collected by Beilert Valance)
(Marko Tyne was only identified as a Zygerrian in The Hunt Within: Valance's Tale, Mission 5: Showdown on Junction, a 2005 scenario for Wizards of the Coast's Star Wars Miniatures game. He bears no resemblance to the Zygerrian species later depicted in the Clone Wars);
Skinker (a Human male salvage yard owner on the planet Feriae Junction)
Second Appearance: Beilert Valance.

Second Cover Appearance:
Beilert Valance.
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller);

Bob Wiacek (Inker)


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: April 27, 1979 Date Published:

4/27/1979
First Appearance (named):

Jax (Freelie) (human male street gange member);
Bemmie (Freelie) (Vorzydian male street gang member);
Choyd (Freelie) (Selonian male street gang member).
LegendsW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 62Date Published:

05/02/1979
First Appearance:

Polyp ( a blue-skinned alien who lived on the Outer Rim world Feriae Junction . Polyp worked at a droid salvage yard owned and operated by a Human known as Skinker,).
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller);

Bob Wiacek (Inker)


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: May 12, 1979 Date Published:

5/12/1979
Cameo:

Paxin (Male human rebel);
Falud (male Selonian rebel)
LegendsW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: May 13, 1979 (#10)Date Published:

5/13/1979
First Appearance:

Sharlee (female Constancian, specialized in use of battle armor)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: May 16, 1979 Date Published:

5/16/1979
Cameo:

Branox (male Hrakian spacer)(unnamed)
LegendsW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning

Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: May 17, 1979 Date Published:

5/17/1979
First Appearance:

Branox (male Hrakian spacer)
LegendsW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: May 20, 1979 (#10)Date Published:

5/20/1979
First Appearance:

Gamine (telepathic Constancian female)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 67Date Published:

6/6/1979
First appearance:

Merl (human owner of Merl's Tarvern on the planet Centares);
Glocken (Male Sakiyan bouncer at Merl's)
Uri (male Gotal bouncer at Merl's)
First Mention:

Tyler Lucian (male human Rebel Alliance deserter. Deserted at the site of Death Star during the Battle of Yavin)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA:Carmine Infantino,
Bob Wiacek (Inker).
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 68Date Published:

6/13/1979
First Appearance:

Tyler Lucian (male human Rebel Alliance deserter. Deserted at the site of Death Star during the Battle of Yavin)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA:Carmine Infantino,
Bob Wiacek (Inker).


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: June 20, 1979 Date Published:

6/20/1979
Cameo:

Kitak Hu (male Paigun who ran Hu's Emporium, a weapons store marketed towards droids)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: June 20, 1979 Date Published:

6/21/1979
First Appearance:

Kitak Hu (male Paigun who ran Hu's Emporium, a weapons store marketed towards droids)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning
Star WarsIssue: 27Date Published:

6/26/1979
First Appearance in traditional comic book format:

Marko Tyne (male Zygerrian bounty collected by Beilert Valance) (First appears in Star Wars Weekly 61)

Second Appearance (in traditional comic book format) of Beilert Valance. ((Makes his second appearance earlier in Star Wars Weekly 61))

Marko Tyne was only identified as a Zygerrian in The Hunt Within: Valance's Tale, Mission 5: Showdown on Junction, a 2005 scenario for Wizards of the Coast's Star Wars Miniatures game. He bears no resemblance to the Zygerrian species later depicted in the Clone Wars
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino,
Bob Wiacek
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 70Date Published:

6/27/1979
First Appearance:

Corwyth (male human imperial Governor of Metalorn);
Arn Horada (Professor and former teacher of Leia);
Tammia Hollusen (female human resident of Metalorn);
Tammia's Mother
First Cover:

Tammia Hollusen (female human resident of Metalorn)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA:Carmine Infantino,
Bob Wiacek (Inker).



Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: July 8, 1979 (#18)Date Published:

7/08/1979
First mention of Kashyyyk in comic (Wookiee homeworld). First appeared in Star Wars Holiday Special (11/17/1978).LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: July 13, 1979 Date Published:

7/13/1979
Cameo:

Sanglui (male Squalris who secretly led a Rebel cell on the planet Vorzyd 5)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: July 15, 1979 (#19)Date Published:

7/15/1979
First mention of Life Day in comic (Wookiee annual celebration). First appeared in Star Wars Holiday Special (11/17/1978).LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning

Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: July 16, 1979 and July 17, 1979Date Published:

7/16/1979
and July 17, 1979
First Appearance:

Sanglui (male Squalris who secretly led a Rebel cell on the planet Vorzyd 5)(7/16/1979)
Cameo:

Farnak (husk Lizard owned by Sanglui)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 73Date Published:

7/18/1979
First Appearance:

Ulric Tagge (male human ,General and fleet commander in the Imperial Baron of the House of Tagge. The youngest of four sons.)
LegendsMarvelW:
Archie Goodwin
A:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller),
Bob Wiacek (inker)


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: July 23, 1979Date Published:

7/23/1979
First Appearance:

0-625 (Shadow Trooper working for Blackhole)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 74Date Published:

7/25/1979
First Appearance:

Reconnaisance Troop Transport K79-S80 (Repulsorlift craft carrying Stormtroopers)
LegendsMarvelW:
Archie Goodwin
A:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller),
Bob Wiacek (inker)
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 75Date Published:

8/1/1979
First Appearance:

Silas Tagge (Human male scientist, head of the research wing of the Tagge Company during the Galactic Civil War).
LegendsMarvelW:
Archie Goodwin
A:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller),
Bob Wiacek (inker)


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: August 04, 1979Date Published:

08/04/1979
Cameo:

(female Vorzydiak who served as President of the "Gambler's World" of Vorzyd V)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: August 06, 1979Date Published:

08/06/1979
First Appearance:

(female Vorzydiak who served as President of the "Gambler's World" of Vorzyd V)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 76Date Published:

8/8/1979
First Appearance:

Jawa Mini Crawler (Smaller crawler used by Jawas inside Sandcrawlers to move scrap and salvage around).
LegendsMarvelW:
Archie Goodwin
A:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller),
Bob Wiacek (inker)
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 78Date Published:

8/22/1979
First Cover:

Reconnaisance Troop Transport K79-S80 (Repulsorlift craft carrying Stormtroopers)
LegendsMarvelW:
Archie Goodwin
A:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller),
Bob Wiacek (inker)
Star WarsIssue: 29Date Published:

08/28/1979
First Appearance In Traditional U.S. Comic:

Merl (human owner of Merl's Tarvern on the planet Centares);
Glocken (Male Sakiyan bouncer at Merl's)
Uri (male Gotal bouncer at Merl's);
Tyler Lucian (male human Rebel Alliance deserter. Deserted at the site of Death Star during the Battle of Yavin)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 79Date Published:

8/29/1979
First Cover:

Silas Tagge (Human male scientist, head of the research wing of the Tagge Company during the Galactic Civil War).

First mentioned:


Domina Tagge (younger sister of Orman, Silas, and Ulric Tagge)(mentioned indirectly as "sister", unnamed)
LegendsMarvelW:
Archie Goodwin
A:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller),
Gene Day (inker)


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: September 18, 1979Date Published:

09/18/1979
First mention:

Anduvil of Ogem (female Ogemite who worked with the Rebel Alliance as an intelligence operative.)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning/Gerber


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: September 21, 1979Date Published:

09/21/1979
Cameo:

Anduvil of Ogem (female Ogemite who worked with the Rebel Alliance as an intelligence operative.)
Los Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning/Gerber


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: September 25, 1979Date Published:

09/25/1979
First Appearance:

Anduvil of Ogem (female Ogemite who worked with the Rebel Alliance as an intelligence operative.)
Los Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning/Gerber


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: September 28, 1979Date Published:

09/28/1979
First Mention:

Bledsoe's Disease ( a virus transmitted by air and physical contact. It was named after Doctor Bledsoe.)
Los Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning/Gerber
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 85Date Published:

10/10/1979
First mentioned by name:

Domina Tagge (younger sister of Orman, Silas, and Ulric Tagge)
LegendsMarvelW:
Archie Goodwin
A:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller),
Gene Day (inker)
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 86Date Published:

10/17/1979
First Appearance:


Domina Tagge (younger sister of Orman, Silas, and Ulric Tagge)
First Cover:


Domina Tagge (younger sister of Orman, Silas, and Ulric Tagge)
LegendsMarvelW:
Archie Goodwin
A:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller),
Gene Day (inker)


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: October 21, 1979Date Published:

10/21/1979
First Appearance:

Doctor Kaaldar (Imperial doctor studying Bledsoe's Disease).
Los Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning/Gerbe
Star WarsIssue: 31Date Published:

10/23/1979
First Appearance in traditional comic book format:

Ulric Tagge (male human ,General and fleet commander in the Imperial Baron of the House of Tagge. The youngest of four sons.);
Reconnaisance Troop Transport K79-S80 (Repulsorlift craft carrying Stormtroopers);

Silas Tagge (Human male scientist, head of the research wing of the Tagge Company during the Galactic Civil War).
LegendsMarvelW:
Archie Goodwin
A:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller),
Bob Wiacek (inker)
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)Issue: 87Date Published:

10/24/1979
First Appearance:

Nightstrikes (avian predator native to the rainforests of the planet Monastery).
LegendsMarvelW:
Archie Goodwin
A:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller),
Gene Day (inker)
Star WarsIssue: 32Date Published:

11/27/1979
First Appearance in traditional comic book format:

Jawa Mini Crawler (Smaller crawler used by Jawas inside Sandcrawlers to move scrap and salvage around).
LegendsMarvelW:
Archie Goodwin
A:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller),
Bob Wiacek (inker)
Star WarsIssue: Annual 1Date Published:

12/4/1979
First Appearance:

Aragh ( male S'kytri warrior and Lord of the Highlands of the planet of Skye);
Deverén (S'kytri female spokesbeing for the Supreme Council of the Highland Clans on the planet Skye);
Kharys (a female S'kytri from the planet Skye. She was Force-sensitive and met Anakin Skywalker during the Clone Wars);
Laskar (a Human male who occupied a place of high prestige on the planet Tirahnn ) ;
Katya M'Buele a Corellian smuggler who was an early romantic interest of Han Solo);
Catumen (species, sapient felinoids);
S'kytri (species, winged humanoids);
Smoke Demons (dark side entities that could be summoned through Sith sorcery);
Trispzest (a type of aerial lightsaber combat)
LegendsMarvelW: Chris ClaremontA: Mike Vosburg (penciller);
Steve Leialoha (inker)
Star Wars WeeklyIssue: 94Date Published:

12/12/1979
First Appearance:

Commander Quirt (male human imperial officer, commanded a prison ship)
N'Mrith (an associate of Jabba the Hutt on Formos, male fish-like creature);
Cameo:

Hronk (male Wookiee)
First Cover:

Hronk (male Wookiee)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie Goodwin
A:
Carmine Infantino (penciller);
Pablo Marcos (inker)
Star Wars WeeklyIssue: 95Date Published:

12/19/1979
First Appearance:

Hronk (male Wookiee)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA:
Carmine Infantino (penciller);
Pablo Marcos (inker)
Star WarsIssue: 3312/25/1979First mentioned in traditional comic book format:

Domina Tagge (younger sister of Orman, Silas, and Ulric Tagge)(mentioned indirectly as "sister", unnamed)
LegendsMarvelW:
Archie Goodwin
A:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller),
Bob Wiacek (inker)


Star Wars Newspaper Comics Issue: January 1, 1980Date Published:

1/1/1980
First Appearance:

Renn Volz (male human scientisit from Little Kessel who designed a weather modifiying spaceship);
Mira Volz (femal human daughter of Renn Volz)
LegendsMarvelW: Russ HelmA: Russ Manning
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)(1978)Issue: 97Date Published:

1/2/1980
Chewbacca receives his Medal of Bravery for his participation in the Battle of Yavin which was not given during the Episode IV A New Hope film. Revealed that Chewbacca was too tall for Leia to place a medal on him during the ceremony on Yavin IV.LegendsMarvelW: Archie Goodwin
A:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller);
Gene Day (Inker)


Star Wars Newspaper Comics Issue: January 3, 1980Date Published:

1/3/1980
First Appearance:

Captain Bzorn (male human imperial officer)
LegendsMarvelW: Russ HelmA: Russ Manning


Star Wars Newspaper Comics Issue: January 6, 1980Date Published:

1/6/1980
First Appearance:

Malo (Male Rodian associate of Jabba the Hutt who tasked Han Solo and Chewbacca with transporting spice to Kessel)
LegendsMarvelW: Russ HelmA: Russ Manning
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)(1978)Issue: 99Date Published:

1/16/1980
First Appearance:

Qorl (male human imperial pilot who was shot down during Battle of Yavin. Got into a skirmish with Luke Skywalker the day after the Battle of Yavin. He encountered the New Jedi Order 23 ABY)(not named in this issue. Later identified in Star Wars Fact File 16 released by De Agostini
April 17, 2002)
First Cover:

Qorl
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller);
Gene Day (Inker)


Star Wars Newspaper Comics Issue: January 18, 1980Date Published:

1/18/1980
First mention:

Tana (female human proprietor of Tana's Resort on the planet of Rion and acquaintance of Han Solo)
LegendsMarvelW: Russ HelmA: Russ Manning


Star Wars Newspaper Comics Issue: January 20, 1980Date Published:

1/20/1980
First Appearance:

Tana (female human proprietor of Tana's Resort on the planet of Rion and acquaintance of Han Solo)
LegendsMarvelW: Russ HelmA: Russ Manning


Star Wars Newspaper Comics Issue: January 29, 1980Date Published:

1/29/1980
First Appearance:

Little Kessel (planet. This planet is named "Kessel" in the comic but was later identified as "Little Kessel" in the The Essential Atlas is a third-generation Essential Guide written by Jason Fry and Daniel Wallace published by Del Rey on August 18, 2009. Jason Fry confirmed this retcon on November 11, 2003 on the Jedi Council Forums)
LegendsMarvelW: Russ HelmA: Russ Manning
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)(1978)Issue: 104Date Published:

2/20/1980
First Appearance:

Giles Durane (also known as the "Weapons Master," was a Human male veteran who served during the Clone Wars. , Durane agreed to train Organa's daughter, Leia, in the use of weaponry.);
Emir (human male imperial general);
Gimlet (Giles' partner);
Torgas (male Sakiyan head of Assassin's guild);
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller);
Steve Mitchell(Inker)
Star WarsIssue: 35Date Published:

2/26/1980
First Appearance in traditional comic book format:

Domina Tagge (Legends);
Nightstrikes (avian predator native to the rainforests of the planet Monastery).
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino

Star Wars Newspaper Comics Issue: February 27, 1980Date Published:

2/27/1980
Cameo:

Stafuv Rahz (A Gektl male from Hoszh Iszhir, Major in Imperial Army)(unnamed)
LegendsMarvelW: Don ChristensenA: Russ Manning
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)(1978)Issue: 105Date Published:

2/20/1980
First Cover:

Giles Durane (also known as the "Weapons Master," was a Human male veteran who served during the Clone Wars. , Durane agreed to train Organa's daughter, Leia, in the use of weaponry.);
Gimlet (Giles' partner).
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller);
Steve Mitchell(Inker)


Star Wars Newspaper Comics Issue: February 28-March 1, 1980Date Published:

2/28/1980-3/1/1980
First Appearance:

Myoris Lin (female human schoolteacher, Berd's mother);
Berd Lin (male human schoolchild, Myoris' son) (both appear 2/28/1980);
Stafuv Rahz (A Gektl male from Hoszh Iszhir, Major in Imperial Army) (named on 3/1/1980)
LegendsMarvelW: Don ChristensenA: Russ Manning
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)(1978)Issue: 106Date Published:

3/6/1980
First Cover:

Torgas (male Sakiyan head of Assassin's guild).
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller);
Steve Mitchell(Inker)
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)(1978)Issue: 1073/12/1980First Appearance:

Arlo Tyre (human male rebel scout);
Wadie Firestone (human male rebel scout;
Alashan (planet, home to an unidentified ancient culture from the Pre-Republic era with high levels of technological capability that built the underground city of Forever);
Foundry (Imperial ship-building planet rumored to have defenses rivaling the Death Star);
Mici Shabandar (female human rebel who on a mission to steal the Staraker prototype starship from Foundry);
Staraker (cutting-edge Imperial warship created at Foundry).
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA:
Carmine Infantino (Penciller);
Gene Day l(Inker)
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)(1978)Issue: 1104/2/1980First Appearance:

Fleet Sergeant Anarine (giant male human who served as body guard to Wil'M Grau);
Commando Wil'm Grau (human male imperial commando);
Ensign Kyril Lopaki (human male ensign in Galactic Empire)
First Cover:

Fleet Sergeant Anarine (giant male human who served as body guard to Wil'M
LegendsMarvel W:
Chris Claremont
A:
Carmine Infantino (penciller);
Gene Day (inker)
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)(1978)Issue: 111Date Published:

4/9/1980
First Appearance:

Trroper Boaz (Imperial Stormtrooper);
LegendsMarvelW:
Chris Claremont
A:
Carmine Infantino (penciller);
Gene Day (inker)
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)(1978)Issue: 112Date Published:

4/16/1980
First Appearance:

Corporal Djambo (Imperial Stormtrooper)
Cameo:
Sentinel (creature on Alashan, hands and feet shown)
LegendsMarvelW:
Chris Claremont
A:
Carmine Infantino (penciller);
Gene Day (inker)


Date Published:

4/22/1980-4/23/1980
First Appearance:

Mag Doum ( male humanoid businessman and Imperial spy who operated on the planet Arda II during the Galactic Civil War);
Kiros Zorad (human male father of Zon Zorad. Working for Mag Doum because he was heavily in debt);
Zon Zorad (human male son of Kiros);
Temora(human male business leader of planet Arda II)
LegendsMarvelW: Don ChristensenA: Russ Manning
Star Wars Weekly (Marvel UK)(1978)Issue: 113Date Published:

4/23/1980
First Appearance:

Trooper Voss (Imperial Stormtrooper);
Sentinel (creature on Alashan);
First Cover:

Commando Wil'm Grau (human male imperial commando);
Ensign Kyril Lopaki (human male ensign in Galactic Empire);
Sentinel (creature on Alashan, hands and feet shown)
LegendsMarvelW:
Chris Claremont
A:
Carmine Infantino (penciller);
Gene Day (inker)
Star Wars Empire Strikes Back Marvel Comics Illustrated VersionIssue: NADate Published:

5/1/1980
First Appearance (In digest paperback format) :

Boba Fett,
Jedi Master Yoda,
Lando Calrissian,
Lobot,
General Veers,
Taun Taun (omnivorous creature indigenous to Hoth);
Viper Probe Droid
Echo Base (Rebel Alliance's base on Hoth);
Major Derlin (Rebel Alliance Officer);
Tigran Jamiro (Member of Rebel Alliance who told Han his Taun Taun would freeze);
General Carlist Rieekan (Alderaanian General of the Rebel Alliance);
T-47 Airspeeder ("Snowspeeder");
The Executor (Darth Vader's flagship Super Star Destroyer);
Captain Piett (Imperial officer aboard The Executor);
Admiral Ozzel (Imperial officer aboard The Executor);
Dak Ralter (Human Male Starfighter Pilot for the Rebel Alliance, present at Battle of Hoth);
General Maximillian Veers (imperial Officer leading ground assault at Battle of Hoth);
All Terrain Armored Transport ("AT-AT");
Imperial Snowtroopers;
Darth Vader's Meditation Chamber;
Exogorth ( "space slug", gigantic species of toothed gastropod living in vacuum of space, sometimes in asteroids);
Mynock (winged pest that feeds on electricity from starships);
Slave 1 or "Boba Fett's Firespray Starship";
Bespin (planet with thick Tibanna gas atmosphere);
Cloud City (floating city home to Tibanna mining operation above Bespin);
Storm IV Twin-Pod cloud car (Cloud City patrol vehicle);
Dagobah (Swamp Planet and home of Yoda in exile);






First Cameo (In digest paperback format) :

Dengar,
IG-88,
4-LOM,
Bossk,
Emperor Palpatine (unnamed in silhouette hologram);
Wampa (Creature indigenous to Hoth)(arms shown);
One-Arm (Wampa who captured Luke)(arms shown);
FX-7 (medical assistant droid)
2-1b (medical dorid);
Accipiptero (flying predator indigenous to Dagobah);
DELETED SCENE: Contains Echo Base Wampa Scene

McQuarrie Concept: Contains an early version of Yoda closer to the McQuarrie concept than final film version.


Digest paperback format collects Star Wars (1977) ##39-44 published starting in September 1980.

First Cover (in digest format):
T-47 Airspeeder ("Snowspeeder"); Taun Taun (omnivorous creature indigenous to Hoth).

LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).


Date Published:

05/04/1980
First Appearance:

Kdak (ancient slug-like creature on Arda-2 that had a mouth surrounded by cilia-like feelers, a beak, nine eyes, and a strange-smelling slime trail.)
LegendsMarvelW: Don ChristensenA: Russ Manning
The Empire Strikes Back Weekly Issue: 118Date Published:

5/29/1980
First Appearance (in magazine format):

Taun Taun (omnivorous creature indigenous to Hoth);
Viper Probe Droid
Echo Base (Rebel Alliance's base on Hoth);
Major Derlin (Rebel Alliance Officer).
First cameo (in magazine format):

Wampa (Creature indigenous to Hoth)(arms shown);
One-Arm (Wampa who captured Luke)(arms shown);
Marks name change from "Star Wars Weekly" to "The Empire Strikes Back Weekly".

First Cover (in magazine format):
T-47 Airspeeder ("Snowspeeder"); Taun Taun (omnivorous creature indigenous to Hoth).
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).


Date Published:

06/03/1980
First Appearance:

Cova (male human Rebel pilot who was injured by Magdoum in an Imperial testing facility an rendered incapable of flying his ship)
LegendsMarvelW: Don ChristensenA: Russ Manning
The Empire Strikes Back Weekly Issue: 119Date Published:

6/5/1980
First Appearance (in magazine format):

Tigran Jamiro (Member of Rebel Alliance who told Han his Taun Taun would freeze);
First cameo (in magazine format):

2-1b (medical dorid)
First Cover (in magazine format):

Lando Calrissian,
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).
The Empire Strikes Back Weekly Issue: 120Date Published:

6/12/1980
First Appearance (in magazine format):

T-47 Airspeeder ("Snowspeeder");
General Carlist Rieekan (Alderaanian General of the Rebel Alliance);
The Executor (Darth Vader's flagship Super Star Destroyer);
Captain Piett (Imperial officer aboard The Executor);
Admiral Ozzel (Imperial officer aboard The Executor).
First cameo (in magazine format):

FX-7 (medical assistant droid)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).
The Empire Strikes Back Weekly Issue: 121Date Published:

6/19/1980
First Appearance (in magazine format):

General Maximillian Veers (imperial Officer leading ground assault at Battle of Hoth);
First Cover (in magazine format):

The Executor (Darth Vader's flagship Super Star Destroyer).
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: June 22, 1980 (#68)Date Published:

6/22/1980
Beginning of first original Boba Fett story (not a movie adaptation)LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ ManningA: Russ Manning
Star Wars Issue: 39Date Published:

6/24/1980
First Appearance (traditional comic book format):

Taun Taun (omnivorous creature indigenous to Hoth);
Viper Probe Droid
Echo Base (Rebel Alliance's base on Hoth);
Major Derlin (Rebel Alliance Officer);
General Carlist Rieekan (Alderaanian General of the Rebel Alliance);
T-47 Airspeeder ("Snowspeeder");
The Executor (Darth Vader's flagship Super Star Destroyer);
Captain Piett (Imperial officer aboard The Executor);
Admiral Ozzel (Imperial officer aboard The Executor);
Cameo (traditional comic book format):

Wampa (Creature indigenous to Hoth)(arms shown);
One-Arm (Wampa who captured Luke)(arms shown);
2-1b (medical dorid)
First Cover (traditional comic book format):

The Executor (Darth Vader's flagship Super Star Destroyer).
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).
The Empire Strikes Back Weekly Issue: 122Date Published:

6/25/1980
First Appearance (in magazine format):

Dak Ralter (Human Male Starfighter Pilot for the Rebel Alliance, present at Battle of Hoth);
All Terrain Armored Transport ("AT-AT");
Imperial Snowtroopers;
First Cover (in magazine format):

Dak Ralter (Human Male Starfighter Pilot for the Rebel Alliance, present at Battle of Hoth);
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).
The Empire Strikes Back Weekly Issue: 123Date Published:

7/02/1980
First Cover (in magazine format):

All Terrain Armored Transport ("AT-AT")
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).
The Empire Strikes Back Weekly Issue: 124Date Published:

7/09/1980
First Cover (in magazine format):

Imperial Snowtroopers.
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).
Star Wars Issue: 40Date Published:

7/22/1980
First Appearance (in traditional comic book format):

General Maximillian Veers (imperial Officer leading ground assault at Battle of Hoth);

Dak Ralter (Human Male Starfighter Pilot for the Rebel Alliance, present at Battle of Hoth);
All Terrain Armored Transport ("AT-AT");
First Cover (traditional comic book format):

All Terrain Armored Transport ("AT-AT")
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).
The Empire Strikes Back Weekly Issue: 126Date Published:

7/24/1980
First Appearance (in magazine format):

Dagobah (Swamp Planet and home of Yoda in exile);
Darth Vader's Meditation Chamber.
First cameo (in magazine format):

Accipiptero (flying predator indigenous to Dagobah);
Jedi Master Yoda ( silhouette from the rear)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).
The Empire Strikes Back Weekly Issue: 127Date Published:

7/31/1980
First Appearance (in magazine format):

Jedi Master Yoda
First Cameo (in magazine format):

Boba Fett (Clone of Mandalorian Bounty Hunter, Jango Fett)(unnamed);
Dengar,;
4-LOM;
Bossk;
Emperor Palpatine (unnamed in silhouette hologram);
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).
Marvel Super SpecialIssue: 16Date Published:

8/1980

First Appearance (In magazine format) :

Boba Fett,
Lando Calrissian (male human administrator of Cloud City over Bespin);
Lobot (android assistant of Lando);
Exogorth ( "space slug", gigantic species of toothed gastropod living in vacuum of space, sometimes in asteroids);
Mynock (winged pest that feeds on electricity from starships);
Slave 1 or "Boba Fett's Firespray Starship";
Bespin (planet with thick Tibanna gas atmosphere);
Cloud City (floating city home to Tibanna mining operation above Bespin);
Storm IV Twin-Pod cloud car (Cloud City patrol vehicle);
Cameo (in magazine comic format):

IG-88.
LegendsMarvel
The Empire Strikes Back Weekly Issue: 1288/7/1980First Cover (Magazine):

Jedi Master Yoda
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: August 11, 1980 through August 13, 1980Date Published:

08/11/1980-
08/13/1980
First Appearance:

Kadrill (planet);
Kadrillian (chameleon like species);
Lon Prador ( male Kadrillian )
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ HelmA: Alfredo Alcala


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: August 14, 1980 Date Published:

08/14/1980
First Appearance:

Dal Quirz female Kadrillian scientist
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ HelmA: Alfredo Alcala
The Empire Strikes Back Weekly Issue: 129Date Published:

8/14/1980
First Cover (Magazine format):

Boba Fett,
Dengar,
Bossk
4-LOM
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: August 20, 1980 Date Published:

08/20/1980
First Appearance:

Rodno (male Kadrillian )
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ HelmA: Alfredo Alcala
Star Wars Issue: 41Date Published:

09/2/1980
First Appearance (traditional comic book format):

Darth Vader's meditation chamber
Imperial Snowtroopers;
First Cameo (traditional comic book format):

Jedi Master Yoda
Accipiptero (flying predator indigenous to Dagobah);
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: September 3, 1980 Date Published:

09/03/1980
Cameo:

Mroc (Kadrillian Nociv)(unnamed, single panel);
Mdel (Kadrillian Nociv)(unnamed, single panel);
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ HelmA: Alfredo Alcala

Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: September 7, 1980 Date Published:

09/07/1980
First Appearance:

Mroc (Kadrillian Nociv);
Mdel (Kadrillian Nociv);
Deerna (female lover of Rodno )
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ HelmA: Alfredo Alcala


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: September 14, 1980 Date Published:

09/14/1980
First Appearance:

Tuareg (Two-Meter Equine mount)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Russ HelmA: Alfredo Alcala
Star Wars Issue: 42Date Published:

9/23/1980
First Appearance (traditional comic book):

Boba Fett;
Exogorth ( "space slug", gigantic species of toothed gastropod living in vacuum of space, sometimes in asteroids);
Mynock (winged pest that feeds on electricity from starships);
Slave 1 or "Boba Fett's Firespray Starship";
Jedi Master Yoda
First Cameo (traditional comic book format):

4-LOM;
Dengar;
Bossk;
;
Emperor Palpatine (unnamed in silhouette hologram);
First Cover (traditional comic book format):

Boba Fett,
Dengar,
Bossk
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).
The Empire Strikes Back Monthly (Marvel UK) Issue: 136Date Published:

10/01/1980
First Appearance:

Darth Vader's porter (actually a male Rigellian assassin);
Darth Vader's secretary (actually a male shapeshifting assassin);
Darth Vader's valet (actually a male telekinetic assassin);
Droid Viscount Tardi (a replica droid impersonating the Minister of Finance for the Rebel Alliance);
Rolex( male human Sergeant-at-Arms for the Bank of Aargau Security Planetary Customs Security Checkpoint LH48 );
Smalyun(male Human captain in the Bank of Aargau Security's customs division)
First Cover:

Darth Vader's porter (actually a male Rigellian assassin);
Darth Vader's secretary (actually a male shapeshifting assassin);
Darth Vader's valet (actually a male telekinetic assassin);
MarvelW: Larry HamaA:
Carmine Infantino (pencils);
Carlos Garzón (ink)
The Empire Strikes Back Monthly (Marvel UK) Issue: 137Date Published:

10/09/1980
First Cover:

Droid Viscount Tardi (a replica droid impersonating the Minister of Finance for the Rebel Alliance)
MarvelW: Larry Hama
A:
Carmine Infantino (pencils);
Carlos Garzón (ink)


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: October 10, 1980Date Published:

10/10/1980
First Appearance:

Jessa Vandangante (Female Human mechanic)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW:
Brian Daley (original novel), Archie Goodwin (comic adaptation)
A: Alfredo Alcala


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: October 24, 1980Date Published:

10/24/1980
First Appearance:

BLX-5 (known by the alias "Bollux,," a BLX labor droid)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW:
Brian Daley (original novel), Archie Goodwin (comic adaptation)
A: Alfredo Alcala


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: October 26, 1980Date Published:

10/26/1980
First Appearance:

Blue Max (modified B2-X Computer Interface Unit, served for a time as a crewmember of the smuggling freighter Millennium Falcon)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW:
Brian Daley (original novel), Archie Goodwin (comic adaptation)
A: Alfredo Alcala
Star Wars Issue: 43Date Published:

10/28/1980
First Appearance (traditional comic book):

Lando Calrissian (male human administrator of Cloud City over Bespin);
Lobot (android assistant of Lando);
Bespin (planet with thick Tibanna gas atmosphere);
Cloud City (floating city home to Tibanna mining operation above Bespin);
Storm IV Twin-Pod cloud car (Cloud City patrol vehicle);

First Cover (traditional comic book format):

Lando Calrissian;
Lobot

Frank Miller interior pin up illustration. First Frank Miller Star Wars work
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (penciller);

Carlos Garzón (inker).
The Empire Strikes Back Monthly (Marvel UK) Issue: 140Date Published:

11/1/1980
First Appearance

13-K (an Infiltrator probe droid produced iby Arakyd Industries and Imperial technicians under Admiral Damon Krell );
Damon Krell (Human male Admiral in the Imperial Navy );
Rad Torlent ( Rebel junior officer serving aboard a CR90 corvette during the Galactic Civil War.)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino

Cover: Larry Hama, Allen Milgrom


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: November 2, 1980Date Published:

11/02/1980
First Appearance:

Rekkon ( Human male university professor, formed a secret group of citizens searching for lost loved ones who had disappeared after running afoul of the Corporate Sector Authority)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW:
Brian Daley (original novel), Archie Goodwin (comic adaptation)
A: Alfredo Alcala


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: November 7, 1980Date Published:

11/07/1980
First Appearance:

Atuarre ( female Trianii who served in the elite Trianii Rangers during the era of the Galactic Civil War. );
Pakka (male Trianii,, while still a cub, he was involved the liberation of the Corporate Sector prison Stars' End);
Torm Dadeferron (Human male who worked as a double agent for the Corporate Sector Authority's Security Police )
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW:
Brian Daley (original novel), Archie Goodwin (comic adaptation)
A: Alfredo Alcala
The Empire Strikes Back Monthly (Marvel UK) Issue: 141Date Published:

12/1/1980
First Appearance:

Lieutenant Nizzon (human male Imperial Officer)
Ansible Beelyard (human male hero of rebel alliance, right hand man of Cody Sunn-Childe)
Captain Plikk (human female Imperial Officer)
Cody Sunn-Childe (Male Jashwick hero of the rebel alliance. INjured and lost during a battle, he gained mental abilties tha gave life to his dreams)
M'ust (species)
M'ust Homeworld (planet
LegendsMarvelW:
J. M. DeMatteis
A: Carmine Infantino

Cover:
Ed Hannigan, Tom Palmer
Star WarsIssue: 45Date Published:

12/2/1980
First Appearance (traditional comic book format):

13-K (an Infiltrator probe droid produced iby Arakyd Industries and Imperial technicians under Admiral Damon Krell );
Damon Krell (Human male Admiral in the Imperial Navy );
Rad Torlent ( Rebel junior officer serving aboard a CR90 corvette during the Galactic Civil War.)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino

Cover: Larry Hama, Allen Milgrom


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: December 3, 1980Date Published:

12/03/1980
First Mention:

Star's End (Corporate Sector Authority prison, located on Mytus VII, )
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW:
Brian Daley (original novel), Archie Goodwin (comic adaptation)
A: Alfredo Alcala


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: December 17, 1980Date Published:

12/17/1980
First Appearance:

Star's End (Corporate Sector Authority prison, located on Mytus VII, )
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW:
Brian Daley (original novel), Archie Goodwin (comic adaptation)
A: Alfredo Alcala


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: December 18-19, 1980Date Published:

12/18/1980-12/19/1980
First Appearance:

Mirkovig Hirken (Human male warden and administrator of Corporate Sector prison known as Stars' End. )(12/18/1980);
Uul-Rha-Shan ( male Tiss'shar smuggler, mercenary and gunfighter, worked as the bodyguard for Mirkovig Hirken) (12/19/1980)
Los Angeles Times SyndicateW:
Brian Daley (original novel), Archie Goodwin (comic adaptation)
A: Alfredo Alcala
The Empire Strikes Back Monthly (Marvel UK) Issue: 142Date Published:

1/1981
First Appearance:

Kligson (a Human cyborg , ruled over Kligson's Moon, a space station made out of starship parts and inhabited solely by droids.);
Kligson's android duplicate;
Zee-Exthree, ( "Z-X3"), a Z-X3 experimental droid trooper created by Tagge Industries )
First Star Wars cover by Frank MillerLegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino,
Gene Day (Inker).

Cover: Frank Miller, James Sherman


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: January 16 1981Date Published:

01/16/1981
First Appearance:

Klaus Vandangante ( Human male outlaw tech)
Los Angeles Times SyndicateW:
Brian Daley (original novel), Archie Goodwin (comic adaptation)
A: Alfredo Alcala
Star Wars Issue: 46Date Published:

1/20/1981
First Appearance (traditional comic book format):

Lieutenant Nizzon (human male Imperial Officer)
Ansible Beelyard (human male hero of rebel alliance, right hand man of Cody Sunn-Childe)
Captain Plikk (human female Imperial Officer)
Cody Sunn-Childe (Male Jashwick hero of the rebel alliance. INjured and lost during a battle, he gained mental abilties tha gave life to his dreams)
M'ust (species)
M'ust Homeworld (planet
LegendsMarvelW:
J. M. DeMatteis
A: Carmine Infantino

Cover:
Ed Hannigan, Tom Palmer
The Empire Strikes Back Monthly (Marvel UK) Issue: 143Date Published:

2/1981
First Appearance:

Alisande (female Human who was the wife of Aron Peacebringer, Warlord of the Calian Confederacy on Shiva IV);
Captain Chedaki (Human male who commanded a Rebel blockade runner during the Galactic Civil War.);
Chiba (large crocodialian pet of Aron Peacebringer);
Ygal Delois (Human male warrior, companion, and later betrayer, of Warlord Aron Peacebringer);
Jain Havero (Male human companion of Aron Peacebringer);
Kéral Longknife (male T'Syriél, served as the Demarch of the Twelve Tribes of T'Syriél on the planet Shiva IV during the era of the Galactic Civil War.Signed the Concordat of Peace with Aron Peacebringer of the Human, ending generations of warfare between the two peoples. The two foiled an imperial plot to overthrow the planet);
Aron Peacebringer (Aron Peacebringer was a Human male native of the planet Shiva IV, Warlord of the Calian Confederacy);
Roak (male Human who served as the first officer aboard a Rebel Alliance blockade runner commanded by Captain Chedaki);
Bentilais san Sk'ar (Kaleesh general in the Galactic Empire who served during the Galactic Civil War).
Cameo:

Jubilee (officer of the Rebel Alliance)(voice only, not physically pictured)
This issue and the following one were based on unused art for the canceled Marvel Comics series John Carter, Warlord of Mars. Chris Claremont wrote a new story based on the existing art and Walter Simonson adapted Infantino's art as needed to fit the Star Wars series.LegendsMarvelW: Chris ClaremontA: Carmine Infantino;
Walt Simonson



Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: February 8, 1981Date Published:

02/08/1981
First Appearance:

Keeheen (male Trianii who served in the elite Trianii Rangers. Atuarre's husband, and Pakka's father.)
Los Angeles Times SyndicateW:
Brian Daley (original novel), Archie Goodwin (comic adaptation)
A: Alfredo Alcala
Star WarsIssue: 57Date Published:

12/15/1981
First Appearance:

Ugnaughts (short, pig-featured humanoids);
Ars Fivvle (male ugnaught, reporter on Action Tidings news);
Ozz (male ughnaught and ancestral leader of ugnaught Irden tribe);
Pordimer (ugnaught, cameraperson for Action Tidings;
Pleasant Meadow (An area of marshland in the core of the gas planet Bespin);
Ugnorgrad ("City of the Ugnaughts (Floating capital of Ugnaught civilization on Bespin);
Action Tidings (a media outlet for Ugnorgrad;
Floatboat (Floating Atmospheric Vehicle of the Ughnaughts);
LegendsMarvelW: David Michelinie,
Walt Simonson,
Louise Jones
A: Walt Simonson,
Tom Palmer,
Joe Rosen,
Glynis Wein.
Star WarsIssue: 47Date Published:

2/24/1981
First Appearance in traditional comic book format:

Kligson (a Human cyborg , ruled over Kligson's Moon, a space station made out of starship parts and inhabited solely by droids.);
Kligson's android duplicate;
Zee-Exthree, ( "Z-X3"), a Z-X3 experimental droid trooper created by Tagge Industries )
First Star Wars cover by Frank Miller in traditional comic book formatLegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Carmine Infantino,
Gene Day (Inker).

Cover: Frank Miller, James Sherman
Star WarsIssue: 49Date Published:

04/21/1981
First Appearance:

Anod (male Human who served for a time as the crown prince of the planet Velmor during the era of the Galactic Civil War);
Denid ( Human male who took the throne of the planet Velmor in 3 ABY)(son of King Lorac and Queen Denira);
Jedidiah (male Velmoc who hailed from the planet Velmor. Was offered Jedi training as a child, but refused in order to serve the Velmor royal family);
Lady Loren ( Human female who was the consort of crown Prince Denid of Velmor);
Captain Zeta Traal (Human female Imperial officer working for the Imperial Diplomatic Corps on the planet Velmor );
Chozz Wardle (human male royal physician to the House of Lorac);
Zelor (Human male who served as the royal regent under King Lorac and Queen Denira of the planet, Velmor);
Mrids (species of small, pink, four-legged, rabbit-like creatures);
Tantajoc V predators (large territorial organisms native to Tantajoc V in the Tantajo system.);
Ycaqt (a large reptilian herd animal native to the planet Velmor);
Velmor (Planet)
Luke appears as his alias "Korl Marcus" for the first time.

First Cover:

Jedidiah (male Velmoc who hailed from the planet Velmor);
Captain Zeta Traal (Human female Imperial officer working for the Imperial Diplomatic Corps on the planet Velmor )
LegendsMarvelW: Mike W. BarrA: Walt Simonson (pencils);
Tom Palmer (Inks)
Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: April 26, 1981Date Published:

04/26/1981
First Appearance:

Admiral Amise Griff (Human male officer of the Imperial Navy who commanded the Sector Group in the Bright Jewel Oversector)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson
Star WarsIssue: 50Date Published:

05/19/1981
First Appearance:

Dengar (full appearance with multiple panels and dialogue);
IG-88C (fellow IG-88 Assassin Droid with the bounty hunter IG-88B from ESB. IG-88's appearance here was retconned as IG-88C in Therefore I Am: The Tale of IG-88, from Tales of the Bounty Hunters in 1996);
IG-88D (fellow IG-88 Assassin Droid with the bounty hunter IG-88B from ESB. IG-88's appearance here was retconned as IG-88D in Therefore I Am: The Tale of IG-88, from Tales of the Bounty Hunters in 1996);
Klysk (male spokesman who served a group of exiles from the Red Nebula);
Zud (an alien outlaw captured by Klysk)
Golrath (planet);
Terminus (planet);
Crimson Forever (Disease)
Cameo:

Bossk (2nd cameo);
4-LOM (2nd cameo)
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson (Pencils);
Tom Palmer (Inks);
Walt Simonson (Inks).
Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: June 14, 1981Date Published:

06/14/1981
First Appearance:

Tanith Shire ( Human female from the planet Ophideraan).
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson
Star WarsIssue: 51Date Published:

06/16/1981
First Appearance:

Brunok (male human construction worker who was part of a crew on the Imperial superweapon known as the Tarkin);
Jace (male human rebel alliance member);
Kuhru (Human male major in the Imperial Army, AT-AT walker commander);
Shem-Lern (male non-human gunrunner);
Captain Maraba Tev (male Human pilot and spy for the Rebel Alliance. Dies same issue);
Voal (male human Imperial Navy captain who commanded the Tarkin);
Long-necked gundarks (large, quadruped animals with long necks and long tongues. Colloquial nickname for these creatures as they are not actually Gundarks);
The Tarkin, or the Tarkin Project (Imperial superweapon modeled in principle after the first Death Star battlestation and named in honor of the late Grand Moff Wilhuff Tarkin.
LegendsMarvelW: David MichelinieA: Al Williamson (Pencils);
Tom Palmer (Inks).
Star WarsIssue: 52Date Published:

07/21/1981
First Appearance:

Berl (an Imperial stormtrooper stationed aboard the superweapon known as the Tarkin );
General Biel (Human male Imperial officer stationed aboard the Tarkin superweapon) ;
Nord (Human male Imperial colonel stationed on the Tarkin superweapon);
Slime yeast (a type of food found aboard the Millennium Falcon).
First Mentioned:

Holy Jaf (a deity worshiped on the planet Hockaleg)
LegendsMarvelW: David MichelinieA: Al Williamson (Pencils);
Tom Palmer (Inks).
Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: August 18, 1981Date Published:

08/18/1981
First Appearance:

The Serpent Masters (named as such for their control of the flying serpents native to Ophideraan)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson
Star WarsIssue: 53Date Published:

08/18/1981
First Appearance in traditional comic book format:

Alisande (female Human who was the wife of Aron Peacebringer, Warlord of the Calian Confederacy on Shiva IV);
Captain Chedaki (Human male who commanded a Rebel blockade runner during the Galactic Civil War.);
Chiba (large crocodialian pet of Aron Peacebringer);
Ygal Delois (Human male warrior, companion, and later betrayer, of Warlord Aron Peacebringer);
Jain Havero (Male human companion of Aron Peacebringer);
Kéral Longknife (male T'Syriél, served as the Demarch of the Twelve Tribes of T'Syriél on the planet Shiva IV during the era of the Galactic Civil War.Signed the Concordat of Peace with Aron Peacebringer of the Human, ending generations of warfare between the two peoples. The two foiled an imperial plot to overthrow the planet);
Aron Peacebringer (Aron Peacebringer was a Human male native of the planet Shiva IV, Warlord of the Calian Confederacy);
Roak (male Human who served as the first officer aboard a Rebel Alliance blockade runner commanded by Captain Chedaki);
Bentilais san Sk'ar (Kaleesh general in the Galactic Empire who served during the Galactic Civil War).

First cameo in traditional comic book format:


Jubilee (officer of the Rebel Alliance)(voice only, not physically pictured).

This issue and the following one were based on unused art for the canceled Marvel Comics series John Carter, Warlord of Mars. Chris Claremont wrote a new story based on the existing art and Walter Simonson adapted Infantino's art as needed to fit the Star Wars series.
LegendsMarvelW: Chris ClaremontA: Carmine Infantino;
Walt Simonson
Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: August 21, 1981Date Published:

08/21/1981
First Appearance:

Varn (Serpent Master who wears salvaged Stormtrooper armor)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson
Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: August 30, 1981Date Published:

08/30/1981
First Appearance:

Tyrann (male Human living on Ophideraan, Supreme Master of the Serpent Masters,
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson
The Empire Strikes Back Monthly (Marvel UK) Issue: 149Date Published:

9/1981
First Appearance:

Dirk Balor (male human imperial officer);
Reist( a nightmare demon of Droxine);
Nightmare Demon (near-mythical species from the planet of Droxine, small-sized primates with two tails, suction cup-tipped fingers and a bare head that resembled the Human skull. Nightmare demons had strong telepathic abilities);
Altin Wuho (male Human replica droid, Altin Wuho was assigned to a task force led by Captain Dirk Balor).
Was not reprinted for over 30 years until collected in Dark Horse's Star Wars Omnibus: Wild Space Volume 1 in 2013.LegendsMarvelW: Steve MooreA: John Stokes (Pencils);
Howard Chaykin (Inks)
Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: September 8, 1981Date Published:

09/08/1981
First Appearance:

Josen Shire (Human male slave of the Serpent Masters, father of Tanith Shire)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson
Star WarsIssue: 63Date Published:

10/20/1981
First Appearance:

Gemmer Sojan (a male human pilot for Blue Squadron, present at the Battle of Hoth)(this appearance was Gemmer's first appearance before he was retconned into appearing at the Battle of Hoth and then, by extension included in Star Wars (1977) issue 40);
Burtt (male human member of Rebel surveying team);
Plif (male Hoojib);
Hoojibs (rabbit-like, sentient, telepathic, energy-feeding rodents native to the planet Arbra)
LegendsMarvelW: David MichelinieA: Walt Simonson;
Tom Palmer
The Empire Strikes Back Monthly (Marvel UK) Issue: 151Date Published:

11/1981
First Appearance:

Chell (Human male member of the Five, a small evil-worshipping cult);
Vor Childermoss ( Human leader of the Torgaigne crime syndicate, based off of the planet Attahox)
Chokla ( Human female member of the Five, a small evil-worshipping cult)
Koobaree (Human female member of the Five, an evil-worshipping cult)
Leelu (male Humanoid member of the Torgaigne crime syndicate, active on the planet Attahox );
Mavin (Human male member of the Five, an evil-worshipping cult)
Suzal (Human male member of the Five, an evil-worshipping cult)
Wutzek ( last remaining Force demon known to exist by the era of the Galactic Civil War).
First Alan Moore Star Wars comic.

First Mentioned:

Disk Moosea (member of the Torgaigne crime syndicate)
W: Alan MooreA:
Adolfo Buylla;
Jenny O'Connor;
Laura Allred
Star WarsIssue: 56Date Published:

11/21/1981
First Appearance:

Shira Elan Colla Brie ("Lumiya", "Dark Lady of the Sith", female human agent of the Empire);
Hugo Treece (male Human, Imperial commander, governor of Cloud City);
Sergeant Vollot (Human male stormtrooper,a bomb squad stormtrooper.);
Bomb squad stormtroopers ("bombtroopers," elite class of Imperial stormtroopers trained in the activation and deactivation of explosive charges);
Grathometer (bomb defusing device);
Talking Bomb ("Something Elses" designed by Ushnaughts).
LegendsMarvelW: David Michelinie;
Louise Jones;
Walt Simonson
A: Walt Simonson;
Tom Palmer;
Joe Rosen;
Glynis Wein.
Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: December 9, 1981Date Published:

12/09/1981
First Appearance:

Dr. Arakkus (male human Imperial scientist eradiated in the destruction of his wepons lab. Wears a protective suit to prolong his life)
Part of the "Deadly Union" storyline begun on November 2, 1981.LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson
The Empire Strikes Back Monthly (Marvel UK)Issue: 153Date Published:

01/1982
First Appearance:

Sergeant Falesh (Human male Imperial officer);
Meeka Reen (Human female leader of insurgent forces on the planet Jerne);
Skutch(Human male, one of Meeka Reen's anti-Imperial pirates-turned-guerrillas on Jerne);
Captain Ryko Vant (Human male Imperial officer stationed on the planet Jerne);
Jerne (Desert Planet)
LegendsMarvelW: Steve MooreA:Alan Davis;
Jenny O'Connor;
Matt Webb
Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: January 10, 1982Date Published:

January 10, 1982
First Appearance:

Aquaris (planet)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson
Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: January 18, 1982Date Published:

January 18, 1982
First Appearance:

Silver Fyre (female human leader of the Aquaris Freeholders)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson
Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: January 19, 1982Date Published:

January 19, 1982
First Appearance:

Kraaken (male deputy in the Aquaris Freeholders)
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson
Star WarsIssue: 58Date Published:

1/19/1982
First Appearance:

Lt. Falltower (male human Rebel lieutenant);

Captain Kavel Mesa ( Human Male Chief Logistics Officer for the Rebel Alliance's Haven Base on the planet Arbra);
Parton (human female rebel Yeoman);
Shahn (Human male communications officer);
Bazarre (large space station that served as a popular black market and shadowport )
First mention:

Orion Ferret (Human male weapons trader and gunrunner, owned and operated the space station Bazarre);
LegendsMarvelW: David MichelinieA: Walt Simonson; Tom Palmer
Star WarsIssue: 59Date Published:

02/16/1982
First Appearance:

Ceasar (male Watchbeast and pet of Orion Ferret);
Orion Ferret ( Human male weapons trader and gunrunner who owned and operated the space station Bazarre);
Spineless Headcheese (seven-legged invertebrate who rests on Orion Ferret's shoulder);
Serja Kesselrook (Human male that lived in an underground community on the planet Patch-4.);
Quad-Lo ( green alien male slaver );
P'Lor (Human male cyborg who served as an aide to Orion Ferret);
Patch-4 (planet);
Coffee (first appearance in-universe of "Coffee")
LegendsMarvelW: David MichelinieA: Walt Simonson; Tom Palmer
Star WarsIssue: 60Date Published:

03/16/1982
First Appearance:

Gerdy;
Mils Giel;
Hanc Thorben;
Wald;
Flying Bantha Squadron;
Em'liy(sentient species)
LegendsMarvelW: David MichelinieA: Walt Simonson; Tom Palmer
Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: March 22, 1982Date Published:

March 22, 1982
First Appearance:

Massassi (sub-species of Sith from the Old Republic Era. Massassi built the Temple on Yavin IV which acted as the Rebel Alliance's base around 0 ABY.)(called "Night Beast" in comic. Retconned as Massassi in Tales of the Jedi Sith War 6);
Kalgrath (also known as the "Night Beast," Massassi warrior put into hibernation within the isolation chambers beneath the temples by the Dark Lord Exar Kun in Tales of the Jedi Sith War 6)

Part of the "Night Beast" storyline.LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson
The Empire Strikes Back Monthly (Marvel UK)Issue: 155Date Published:

04/1982
First Appearance:

Clat (a.k.a. Clat the Shamer, was a mutant empath working on behalf of the Guild of Vindicators)
Dhol (the ruler of Cheelit, a female J'feh. She lived in a floating, transparent globe in her Hive Palace)
J'feh
Firepath (board game)
Cheelit (home planet of the J'feh)
Hive Palace (Dhol's home on Cheelit)
Guild of Vindicators (Religious cult in the region of space containing Cheelit, whose ruler Dhol referred to them derisively as "those stealers-of-eggs")
Dark Lord's Conscience story by Alan MooreLegendsMarvelW: Alan MooreA: John Stokes
Star WarsIssue: 61Date Published:

04/13/1982
First Appearance:

Alph (human male pilot in Flying Bantha Squadron);
Erl (Human male member of the Imperial Star Destroyer crew commanded by Major Voss. Their ship was part of the secret armada commanded by Admiral Mils Giel,);
Malka ( Human male Colonel who served in the Imperial Navy aboard Admiral Mils Giel's flagship );
Milnn ( male Imperial Navy TIE pilot captain who was the leader of Delta Squadron );
Major Voss (Human male Imperial officer who commanded a Star Destroyer );
Teezl (a.k.a. screamer, was a non-sentient, bluish, luminous, swirling creature that could be used as a natural hyperspace communications amplifier );
LegendsMarvelW: David MichelinieA: Walt Simonson; Tom Palmer
The Empire Strikes Back Monthly (Marvel UK)Issue: 156Date Published:

05/1982
First Appearance:

Fivelines (a droid that inhabited the planet Ronyards);
Kranch(a droid that inhabited the planet Ronyards);
Ronyards (a.k.a.the Body of the Living God by its droid inhabitants, junkyard planet located in the Inner Rim, common dumping ground for obsolete, inoperative and unwanted droids);
Rust Never Sleeps story by Alan MooreLegendsMarvelW:
Alan Moore
A:
Alan Davis
Star WarsIssue: 62Date Published:

05/18/1982
First Appearance:

G'hinji Dros (male Em'liy who served as Eldest of the Argwin caste);
Milo Fourstar (Human male member of the Alliance to Restore the Republic, who was stationed at Haven Base on the planet Arbra )
LegendsMarvelW: David Michelinie,
Walt Simonson
A:
Walt Simonson,
Tom Palmer
The Empire Strikes Back Monthly (Marvel UK)Issue: 157Date Published:

06/1982
First Appearance:

Carp (Human male employed by Millennium Astro-Engineering, aide to Zoltan Starkid);
Director Zoltan Starkid (male Human, top salesman of the Millennium Astro-Engineering plant on the planet Tharkos);
Tharkos (planet);
Millenium Hawk (model of starship manufactured by Millennium Astro-Engineering. )
LegendsMarvelW: Steve ParkhouseA: John Stokes
Star WarsIssue: 63Date Published:

6/15/1982
First Appearance:

Coruscant (Referred to as "Empire Capitol");
Grotto (Stormtrooper)
Turk (Stormtrooper);
Farlie (Imperial Cook);
FX9 (Imperial medical droid in service to Darth Vader);
Mind Spiders (giant spider-like creatures who stand upright on their abdomens and attach to canyon walls with crystalline legs, one housed Krake's database).
LegendsMarvelW: David Michelinie, Walt SimonsonA: Walt Simonson, Tom Palmer
The Empire Strikes Back Monthly (Marvel UK)Issue: 159Date Published:

07/1982
First Appearance:

Rur ( High Shaman of the Terrible Glare during the time of the Order of the Terrible Glare's war with the Jedi Order thousands of years before the Galactic Civil War);
Rozzum (species of sentient aliens who came from another dimension than, the known universe);
Garn (planet);
Rur's species).
Blind Fury! story by Alan Moore

Rur and the Ordu Aspectu from Doctor Aphra #2 (2016) were a reimagining of Rur and the Order of the Terrible Glare by Kieron Gillen.
LegendsMarvelW:
Alan Moore
A:
John Stokes
Star WarsIssue: 64Date Published:

7/13/1982
First Appearance:

Berl (human male X-Wing Pilot for Rebel Alliance);
Chahis (male Serp warrior from the planet Serphidi in the Belial system);
Elglih (Serp warrior from the planet Serphidi in the Belial system);
King S'Shah (ruler of the planet Serphidi);
Cinda Tarheel (Human female from the planet Socorro);
Serp (species)
First Cover:

Serp (species)
LegendsMarvelW: David Michelinie, Michael FleisherA: Joe Brozowski,
Vince Colletta
Star WarsIssue: 65Date Published:

08/17/1982
First Appearance:

Carli (Human male stormtrooper);
Bens Figg (Stormtrooper);
Scraper (Human male stormtrooper);
Tabbins Vee(stormtrooper);
Duron Veertag (human male who served as Major for the Rebel Alliance);
Doctor Wella(human male scientist with Rebel Alliance);
Triad of Judgment (a tribunal consisting of Leia Organa, Duron Veertag, and Carlist Rieekan);
LegendsMarvelW: David Michelinie;
Walt Simonson
A: Tom Palmer
Star WarsIssue: Annual 2Date Published:

08/17/1982
First Appearance:

Chrysalla (female Ventooinian Tieress of the planet Ventooine for a period during the reign of the Galactic Empire);
Phalaf ( male Ventooinan peasant who sought to overthrow the Satab who ruled the planet));
Vetter Piin (human male Ventooinan Rov and revolutionary who sought to overthrow the Satab who ruled the planet);
"Rov" ( a religious title);
Plodgett (a servant of the Satabs of the planet Ventooine);
Satab (title of the person ruling Ventooine);
Cavern Monster;
Ventooine (Planet);
Tieress (the title of the spouse of the Satab);
Ventooinian (near human species inhabiting Ventooine);
Nullification Chamber (device used to place people in suspended animation);
Memory Stone (Ventooinian stone that absorbs sounds to play later);
Shadeshine (a stone that heighten a person's senses to an extreme degree. Whoever touched the stone could speed up the metabolism of other persons, heat up the space around him or her, or even thicken the air around him or her, along with other abilities. Anyone who touched the stone would die within a standard year as his or her senses eventually became so sensitive to external stimuli that the person's body and mind could no longer stand it.)
LegendsMarvelW: David Michelinie;A: Carmine Infantino
Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: August 18 to August 22, 1982Date Published:

August 18-August 22, 1982
First Appearance:

Mystra ( alien assassin who served as an enforcer for Raskar, a former pirate);
Part of the "Power Gem" storyline.LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson
Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: August 25, 1982Date Published:

August 25, 1982
First Appearance:

Raskar (male human former Iridium Pirate;
Duelist Elite (training droid)
Part of the "Power Gem" storyline.LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson
Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: August 25, 1982Date Published:

August 29, 1982
First Appearance:

Power Gem
Part of the "Power Gem" storyline.LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson
Star WarsIssue: 66Date Published:

09/14/1982
Darial Anglethorn (female Human moisture farmer from Beheboth);
Gideon Longspar (human male warlord who terrorized mositure farmers of Beheboth);
Beheboth (planet);
Sandskimmer (vehicle primarily used to travel in desert environments);
Chav (beverage)
LegendsMarvelW: David Michelinie;A: Walt Simonson
Star WarsIssue: 67Date Published:

10/19/1982
First Appearance:

The Darker (a being composed entirely of the hate, anger, fear and other negative emotions of the Arbran species, who purged their bodies of thesefeelings before leaving their homeworld );
Fuffle (Hoojib);
Grotto City (A City far beneath Haven Base on Arbra);
First Cover:

The Darker

First Mention:

Colonel Greymark (Colonel in Rebel Alliance stationed at Arbra);
Lieutenant Hammertree (Rebel operative responsible for gathering intelligence on the whereabouts of the carbonite-frozen Han Solo);
Arbrans (a civilization which lived on Arbra circa 25,100 BBY, during the days of Xim the Despot; may have been related to the Sith because their language was similar)
LegendsMarvelW: David Michelinie;A: Walt Simonson


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: November 13, 1982Date Published:

11/13/1982
Preview image of Admiral Gial Ackbar.LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: November 14, 1982Date Published:

11/14/1982
Preview image of Admiral Gial Ackbar.LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson
Star WarsIssue: 68Date Published:

11/16/1982
First Appearance:

Fenn Shysa (human male Mandalorian who fought for for the Confederacy of Independent Systems under "Mandalore the Resurrector", Spar. Fenn would later become the Mand'alor after the war during Imperial occupation of Mandalore );
Tobbi Dala ( (human male Mandalorian who fought for for the Confederacy of Independent Systems under "Mandalore the Resurrector", Spar. );
Spar ( (*Retcon) (born as "Alpha-Ø2", later known as "Mandalore the Resurrector", Alpha-class ARC Clone who defected the Republic, rebuilt the Mandalorian Supercommando,s and fought for the Confederacy of Independent Systems during the Clone Wars );
Tem ( male member of Mandalorian Protectors guarding the captured bounty hunter Dengar);
Parma ( male member of Mandalorian Protectors under Fenn Shysa);
Padme Amidala (**Retcon);
Mandalore (planet, homeworld of the Mandalorians);
Keldabe (Mandalore capital city)
Notes:

Fenn Shysa offers the first history of the Mandalorians in this issue, but it seems to contradict many of the facts presented in Episode II: Attack of the Clones.

Shysa claims that (1) he fought on the side of the Empire, (2) that his commander was Boba Fett,
and (3) that he became familiar with Princess Leia during briefing before battles.

However: (1) Boba Fett was only 10 years old during the beginning of the Clone Wars; (2) Leia Organa had not even been born yet, and (3) Jango Fett had been allied with the Confederacy of Independent Systems.

The Star Wars Insider 80 article The History of the Mandalorians retconned these contradictions. It stated that Fenn Shysa had been confused, that the clone Alpha-Ø2 ("Spar") was Shysa's real commander, and stating that there were rumors that the clone was Jango Fett's son, leading to Shysa's belief it was Boba Fett.

The article also stated that the picture Shysa was shown was actually Padme and he was confused by their similar appearance. Retconning Padme into this issue makes this issue Padme's first cameo in terms of publishing timeline, however, the Star Wars Insider article was published in 2005, while Padme's cameo in The Last Command issue 5 was in 1998, leading to competing claims for a "first cameo" of Padme.

The History of the Mandalorians article also clarified that Fenn Shysa was sent into battle by Darth Sidious, making his claim that he fought for the Empire true...from a certain point of view.
LegendsMarvelW: David Michelinie;A: Gene Day; Tom Palmer
Return of the Jedi Trade PaperbackIssue: Trade PaperbackDate Published:

12/1982
First Appearance:

Jabba Desilijic Tiure ("Jabba the Hutt", male Hutt crime lord),
Commander Tiaan Jerjerrod (male human imperial officer),
Emperor Palpatine (Sheev Palpatine, Darth Sidious),
Bib Fortuna (Twi'lek male majordomo to Jabba the Hutt),
EV-9D9 ( feminine MerenData EV-series supervisor droid ),
Rancor,
Sarlacc,
Emperor's Royal Guard,
Igar (imperial commander stationed on Sanctuary moon of Endor),
Logray (chief Ewok Shaman),
Crix Madine (male human Rebel Alliance leader),
Teebo (male Ewok),
Forest Moon of Endor ("Sanctuary Moon" orbiting Endor gas giant),
Nien Nunb (male Sullustan smuggler and part of Rebel Alliance),
Wicket Wystri Warrick (male Ewok),








Cameo:

Oola (Twi'lek female slave of Jabba the Hutt (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Salacious B. Crumb (Kawokian Monkey Lizard (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Ree-Yees (male Gran (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Tessek (male Quarren (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Herat (female Jawa (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Snipp Nkik (male Jawa (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Jess (femal human musician (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Wooof (male Nikto smuggler (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Boushh (impersonated by Leia),
Pagetti Rook (male Weequay skiff guard (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Buboicullaar (frog-dog (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Beedo (male Rodian bounty hunter (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Sy Snootles (femal Pa'lowick singer (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Max Rebo (male Ortolan keyboard player (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Revidjasa (male Rodian crime lord (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Ortugg (male Gamorrean Guard leader (gallery of Jabba's palace),
Vedain (male Nikto skiff pilot),
Velken Tezeri (male human guard for Jabba),
Janus Greejatus (Human male Dark Side Adept and Advisor to Palpatine),
Kithaba (katooinian skiff guard for Jabba),
Misik (male human scout trooper),
Judder Page (male human Rebel commando),
Hewek (imperial Major stationed at deflector shield bunker on Endor),
Loci Rosen (male Mon Calamari member of Rebel Alliance),
Verrack (male Mon Calamari technician),
Widdle Warrick (male ewok brother of Wicket),
Wunka (male Ewok)



Distributed in United Kingdom December 1982. Collected Return of the Jedi issues 1-4.

8 1/2 " X 11" softcover, 64 pages. Not to be confused with digest size (4" x7") paperback released in May 1983.

Bothans first mentioned.
LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson,
Carlos Garzon

Cover; Marie Severin


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: December 11, 1982Date Published:

12/11/1982
Cameo:

Admiral Gial Ackbar.
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson


Star Wars Newspaper ComicsIssue: December 12, 1982Date Published:

12/11/1982
First Appearance:

Admiral Gial Ackbar.
LegendsLos Angeles Times SyndicateW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson
Star WarsIssue: 69Date Published:

12/14/1982
First Appearance:

Alph (male Human guard at the City of Bone slave camp on Mandalore,);
Suprema ("Ampotem Za", a tall, reptilian alien of the Shimholt species, leader on his homeworld of Kar'a'katok,);
Vorol (alien who lived on the Wheel space station);
Mythosaur (as skeleton);
Shimholt (alien species);
Shrike Squadron (a fighter squadron serving the Suprema, flying modified airspeeders)
First Cover:

Mythosaur ( as retconned in the Star Wars Insider 80 article The History of the Mandalorians. Although appearing only as a skeleton, this is the closest depiction to the actual living creature that has ever been depicted in a comic. All other depictions are armor sigils, decorations, banners, flags, etc.

LegendsMarvelW: David Michelinie;A: Gene Day; Tom Palmer
Star WarsIssue: 70Date Published:

01/18/1983
First Appearance:

Chihdo (male Rodian thief);
Dani (female Zeltron thief);
Rik Duel (male human Corellian smuggler who led Chihdo and Dani);
Quorl Matrin (male human Imperial Governor of the planet Stenos);
Tenos (planet);
Stenax (species);
Zeltron (near-human species with pink-reddish skin);
Moonshadow (Corellian Starship owned by Rik Duel)
First mentioned:

Colonel Pejanes Kindar (Alliance officer)

Note:

First official Kerry Gammill Star Wars work. He previously drew an alternative unofficial Mos Eisley Bar scene for Rockets Blast Comicollector 139.



LegendsMarvelW: Mary Jo DuffyA: Kerry Gammill;
Tom Palmer
Star WarsIssue: 71Date Published:

02/15/1983
First Appearance:

Barpotomous Drebble (human businessman and gambler)
LegendsMarvelW: Mary Jo DuffyA: Ron Frenz;
Tom Palmer
Star WarsIssue: 73Date Published:

04/12/1983
First Appearance:

Lahsbane (planet in the Mid Rim);
The Forbidden City (city of the Huhks);
Lahsbee/Huhks (native sentient specieies on Lahsbane);
Delta-class imperial shuttle
First Mention:

Yom Argo (male human special agent for the Rebel Alliance, codenamed "Dart")

First Cover:

Dani (female Zeltron thief).
LegendsMarvelW: Mary Jo DuffyA: Ron Frenz;
Tom Palmer
Marvel Super SpecialIssue: 27Date Published:

9/1/1983
First United States Cameo:

Oola (Twi'lek female slave of Jabba the Hutt (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Salacious B. Crumb (Kawokian Monkey Lizard (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Ree-Yees (male Gran (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Tessek (male Quarren (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Herat (female Jawa (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Snipp Nkik (male Jawa (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Jess (femal human musician (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Wooof (male Nikto smuggler (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Boushh (impersonated by Leia),
Pagetti Rook (male Weequay skiff guard (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Buboicullaar (frog-dog (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Beedo (male Rodian bounty hunter (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Sy Snootles (femal Pa'lowick singer (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Max Rebo (male Ortolan keyboard player (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Revidjasa (male Rodian crime lord (gallery of Jabba's palace)),
Ortugg (male Gamorrean Guard leader (gallery of Jabba's palace),
Vedain (male Nikto skiff pilot),
Velken Tezeri (male human guard for Jabba),
Janus Greejatus (Human male Dark Side Adept and Advisor to Palpatine),
Kithaba (katooinian skiff guard for Jabba),
Misik (male human scout trooper),
Judder Page (male human Rebel commando),
Hewek (imperial Major stationed at deflector shield bunker on Endor),
Loci Rosen (male Mon Calamari member of Rebel Alliance),
Verrack (male Mon Calamari technician),
Widdle Warrick (male ewok brother of Wicket),
Wunka (male Ewok)
First United States Appearance:


Jabba Desilijic Tiure ("Jabba the Hutt", male Hutt crime lord),
Commander Tiaan Jerjerrod (male human imperial officer),
Emperor Palpatine (Sheev Palpatine, Darth Sidious),
Bib Fortuna (Twi'lek male majordomo to Jabba the Hutt),
EV-9D9 ( feminine MerenData EV-series supervisor droid ),
Rancor,
Sarlacc,
Emperor's Royal Guard,
Igar (imperial commander stationed on Sanctuary moon of Endor),
Logray (chief Ewok Shaman),
Crix Madine (male human Rebel Alliance leader),
Teebo (male Ewok),
Forest Moon of Endor ("Sanctuary Moon" orbiting Endor gas giant),
Nien Nunb (male Sullustan smuggler and part of Rebel Alliance),
Wicket Wystri Warrick (male Ewok),

LegendsMarvelW: Archie GoodwinA: Al Williamson,
Carlos Garzon

Cover: Bill Sienkiewicz
Star WarsIssue: 91Date Published:

10/16/1984
First Appearance:

Mallatobuck (Chewbacca's wife),
Lumpawaroo (Chewbacca's son).
CAMEO:

Attichitcuk (Chewbacca's father) (Single panel, unnamed),
LegendsMarvelW: Jo DuffyA: Tony Salmons and Tom Palmer
Dark EmpireIssue: 1Date Published: 12/12/1991FIRST Dark Horse Published Star Wars ComicLegendsDark HorseW: Tom VeitchA: Cam Kennedy

Cover: Dave Dorman
Dark EmpireIssue: 3Date Published: 4/21/1992First Appearance:

Vima-Da-Boda, one
of the last Jedi from the
Old Republic. Descendant of Nomi
and Vima Sunrider.

Salla Zend, Ex-Girlfriend
of Han Solo.

Shug Ninx, fellow smuggler, friend of Han Solo.
LegendsDark HorseW: Tom VeitchA: Cam Kennedy

Cover: Dave Dorman
Dark EmpireIssue: 5Date Published: 8/18/1992First Appearance:

Bodo Baas, Krevaaki male Jedi Master, gatekeeper of the Tedryn Holocron. Bodo Baas is a descendant of Vodo-Siosk Baas.

Tedryn Holocron also first appears in this issue.LegendsDark HorseW: Tom VeitchA: Cam Kennedy

Cover: Dave Dorman
Dark Horse InsiderIssue: 15Date Published:

2/1993
First Appearance:

Arca Jeth,
Tott Doneeta,
Cay Qel-Droma,
Ulic Qel-Droma.

Onderon (Planet)
Premiere of the Tales of the Jedi comic strip.LegendsDark HorseW. Tom VeitchA: Christian Gossett

Dark Horse ComicsIssue: 7Date Published:
2/23/1993
First Appearance:

Nomi Sunrider,
Vima Sunrider,
Adegan Crystal (a type of crystal used in Lightsaber construction like Kyber Crystals)
LegendsDark HorseW: Tom VeitchA: Janine Johnson
Dark Horse ComicsIssue: 8Date Published:
3/1993
Cameo:

Thon, Nomi
Sunrider's Jedi
Master (unnamed).
LegendsDark HorseW: Tom VeitchA: Janine Johnson
Dark Horse ComicsIssue: 9Date Published:
4/1993
First Appearance:

Thon, Nomi
Sunrider's Jedi
Master (unnamed in previous issue, named here).
LegendsDark HorseW: Tom VeitchA: Janine Johnson
Tales of the JediIssue: 1Date Published:
10/1993
Second Appearance:

Arca Jeth,
Tott Doneeta,
Cay Qel-Droma,
Ulic Qel-Droma.

Onderon (Planet)
LegendsDark HorseW. Tom VeitchA: Christian Gossett

Cover: Dave Dorman
Star Wars Galaxy MagazineIssue: 1Date Published:
9/1994
Sealed Polybag edition came packaged with Star Wars Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of The Sith 1 aschan, first appearance of Exar Kun.LegendsTopps Publishing
Star Wars Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of The SithIssue: 1 (ashcan)Date Published:
9/1994
First Appearance:

Exar Kun, Dark Lord of The Sith during the Old Republic
Packaged with Star Wars Galaxy Magazine 1 in polybag one month before October 1994 full-color release.LegendsTopps PublishingW: Tom Veitch and
Kevin J. Anderson
A: Chris Gossett and Mike Barreiro

Cover: Hugh Fleming
Tales of the Jedi The Freedon Nadd UprisingIssue: 1Date Published:

9/1994
First Appearance:

King Ommin (direct descendant of Freedon Nadd (possessed by the spirit of Freedon Nadd),
Warb Null (dark Jedi previously known as Shas Dovos),
Dace Diath (Jedi Knight),
Vodo Siosk-Baas (Krevaaki Jedi Master),
Shaoneb Culu (Miraluka Jedi Knight),
Pontite lightsaber crystals (originally a member of Adegan crystal family in Legends, later a member of Kyber Crystals in Canon),
Qrrrl Toq (Nazzar Jedi Knight),
Kith Kark (Gotal Jedi Knight),
Satal Keto (Dark side student),
Aleema Keto (Dark side student),
Freedon Nadd (Ancient Sith lord) appears as ghost or spirit)LegendsDark HorseW: Tom VeitchA: Tony Akins and Denis Rodier

Cover: Dave Dorman
Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lord of the SithIssue: 3Date Published:

12/3/1994
First Appearance:

Odan-Urr (Draethos Male Jedi historian)
LEgendsDark HorseW:Tom Veitch,
Kevin J. Anderson
A: Chris Gossett,
Mike Barreiro

Cover: Hugh Fleming
Dark Empire IIIssue: 1Date Published: 12/20/1994First Appearance:

Sedriss QL (Qaga Lok)(Dark Side Adept, Imperial Executor),
Kam Solusar (One of first Jedi to study at Praxeum on Yavin 4 under Luke Skywalker),
Balmorra (factory planet producing weapons and battle droids),
Shadow Droids (starfighters piloted by the brains of deceased Imperial ace pilots).
Sedriss QL, Kam Solusar, , Krdys Mordi, Baddon Fass, Vill Goir, Zasm Katth and Kvag Gthull were all proposed to first appear in a short novel titled Lightsider.

"The novel was not only well received by Lucasfilm, but also read and approved by George Lucas. However, when Lucas found out that he had approved the book without a contract, he terminated the project. This prompted Cam Kennedy to resign, and the proposed third Dark Empire series was canceled—although Veitch was allowed to condense its plot into the two-issue Empire's End series illustrated by Jim Baikie." - WP
LegendsDark HorseW: Tom VeitchA: Cam Kennedy

Cover: Dave Dorman
Tales of the Jedi: The Sith WarIssue: 1Date Published:

8/1995
First Appearance:

Mandalore the Indomnitable
LegendsDark HorseW; Kevin J. AndersonA: Dario Carrasco, Jr.
Heir to the EmpireIssue: 1Date Published:
10/1995
First Appearance:

Grand Admiral Thrawn,
Mara Jade ,
Rukh (Noghri),
Talon Karrde,
Ysalamari (Force-dampening creatures),
Jedi Master Joruus C'Baoth (clone),
Bothan (alien species)
LegendsDark HorseW: Mike Baron (adapted from Timothy Zahn Novel)A: Olivier Vatine,Fred Blanchard.

Cover: Mathieu Lauffray
Star Wars Galaxy MagazineIssue: 5Date Published:
10/1995
First Appearance:

Jodo Kast,
a bounty hunter impersonating
Boba Fett.
First publication of first installment of Boba Fett; Twin Engines of Destruction, later reprinted as collected editionLegendsTopps PublishingW: Andy MangelsA: John Nadeau
Heir to the EmpireIssue: 4Date Published:
1/1996
FIRST COVER APPS:

Mara Jade
LegendsDark HorseW: Mike Baron (adapted from Timothy Zahn Novel)A: Olivier Vatine,Fred Blanchard.

Cover: Mathieu Lauffray
Tales of the Jedi: The Sith WarIssue: 6Date Published:

1/1996
First Appearance:

Mandalore the Ultimate
LegendsDark HorseW; Kevin J. AndersonA: Dario Carrasco, Jr.
Shadows of the EmpireIssue: 1Date Published:
5/1996
First Appearance:

Prince Xizor, Falleen crime lord of the Black Sun syndicate,
Guri,
IG-2000 (IG-88's ship),
Black Sun (crime syndicate).

FIRST COVER APP:

Prince Xizor,
Dash Rendar

IG-2000 may have potentially first appeared in the SOTE mini comic packed with Galoob Micro Machines. Information on its release date is not verifiable beyond its release year: 1996. The mini comic comes with one of three different covers. (Ebay , Amazon)
LegendsDark HorseW: John WagnerA: Kilian Plunkett

Cover:

Hugh Fleming
Shadows of the EmpireIssue: 2Date Published:
6/1996
First Appearance:

Dash Rendar,
Wrenga Jixton,
Big Gizz (Gizman),
Spiker.
Cameo:

Zuckuss
LegendsDark HorseW: John WagnerA: Kilian Plunkett

Cover:

Hugh Fleming
Shadows of the EmpireIssue: 3Date Published:
7/1996
First Appearance:

4-LOM
LegendsDark HorseW: John WagnerA: Kilian Plunkett

Cover:

Hugh Fleming
Tales of the Jedi: Golden Age of the SithIssue: 0Date Published:

7/31/1996
First Appearance:

Ooroo (Celegian Jedi Master. Celegians breathed a gas, deadly to most life-forms, known as cyanogen, whereas oxygen was deadly to them. Ooroos lived inside a crystal enclosure while on oxygenated worlds),
Aarba the Hutt,
Hok and Timar Daragon (parents of Gav and Jori Daragon),
Jori Daragon,
Gav Daragon,
Memit Nadill (Male Jedi advisor to Empress Teta),
Empress Teta,

Dark HorseW: Kevin J. AndersonA: Chris Gossett,
Stan Woch

Cover: Christopher Moeller
Shadows of the EmpireIssue: 4Date Published:
8/1996
First Appearance:

Zuckuss ,
Skahtul (Barabel bounty hunter).
LegendsDark HorseW: John WagnerA: Kilian Plunkett

Cover:

Hugh Fleming
Crimson EmpireIssue: 0Date Published:
12/1/1997
First Appearance:

Kir Kanos (former Imperial Guard to Emperor Palpatine, turned bounty hunter named Kenix Kil),
Carnor Jax (former Imperial Guard to Emperor Palpatine, declared Dark Lord of the Sith and de facto Emperor after Palpatine's second death),
Lord Manos (Devaronian Member of Interim Imperial Ruling Council),
Za (Defel Prince Member of Interim Imperial Ruling Council),
Online only webcomic available through Starwars.com. Later collected in the Crimson Empire Trade Paperback December 1998.


LegendsDark HorseW: Mike RichardsonA: Paul Gulacy and P. Craig Russell
Crimson EmpireIssue: 1Date Published:
12/10/1997
First Appearance:


Tem Merkon
FIRST COVER Appearance:

Kir Kanos.

First appearance in traditional comic issue (earlier appeared in #0 web comic):

Kir Kanos (former Imperial Guard to Emperor Palpatine, turned bounty hunter named Kenix Kil),
Carnor Jax (former Imperial Guard to Emperor Palpatine, declared Dark Lord of the Sith and de facto Emperor after Palpatine's second death),
Colonel Shev (imperial officer)
LegendsDark HorseW: Mike RichardsonA: Paul Gulacy and P. Craig Russell

Cover: Dave Dorman
Crimson EmpireIssue: 2Date Published:
1/28/1998
First Appearance:

Mirith Sinn (new republic leader),
Sish Sadeet (Sinn's second-in-command),
Massimo.

LegendsDark HorseW: Mike RichardsonA: Paul Gulacy and P. Craig Russell

Cover: Dave Dorman
Shadows of the Empire Evolutions Issue: 1Date Published:

2/11/1998
First Appearance:

A-OIC (medical/surgical droid),
Kar Yang (Hiitian bounty hunter)(first appearance of Hiitian species as well),
Zu Pike and Zan Pike (female twin Epicanthix sisters, Black Sun operatives, Teräs Käsi fighting masters),
Prevaro (male Rodian and Savan's Lieutenant),
Massad Thrumble (male human imperial droid researcher),
Cameo:

Spinda Caveel (human male scientist)(mentioned but not seen in story pages with "Who's Who" entry on final page),
Lintu (Kar Yan's personal droid)(Unnamed in story pages with "Who's Who" entry on final page),
Savan (female Falleen, niece of Xizor, Vigo of Black Sun Crime Syndicate)(appears in disguise not identified as Savan)
Cover states "1 of 6". The series ended up running for 5 issues making this an error.LegendsDark HorseW: Steve PerryA: Ron Randall,
P. Craig Russell

Cover: Duncan Fegredo
Shadows of the Empire Evolutions Issue: 2Date Published:

3/11/1998
First Appearance:

Savan (female Falleen, niece of Xizor, Vigo of Black Sun Crime Syndicate)(revealed as Savan),
Spinda Caveel (human male scientist).
Lintu (Kar Yan's personal droid).
LegendsDark HorseW: Steve PerryA: Ron Randall,
P. Craig Russell

Cover: Duncan Fegredo
Crimson EmpireIssue: 4Date Published:
3/18/1998
First Cover Appearance:

Carnor Jax,
Mirithh Sinn
LegendsDark HorseW: Mike Richardson and Randy StradleyA: Paul Gulacy and P. Craig Russell

Cover: Dave Dorman
The Last CommandIssue: 5Date Published:
4/1998
Cameo:

Padmé Amidala (Padmé Amidala Naberrie, Queen Amidala)
From WP: "A painting in one of the scenes at the Imperial Palace shows Padmé Amidala. At the time the Thrawn Trilogy comics were coming out, the decision had just been made to cast Natalie Portman as the future mother of Luke and Leia. The author of the comics then decided, as a reference, to place her likeness in the background."

LegendsDark HorseW: Mike BaronA: Edvin Biukovic and Eric Shanower
Shadows of the Empire Evolutions Issue: 3Date Published:

4/8/1998
First appearance:

Lonay (male Twi'lek Vigo of Black Sun)
Cameo:

Kreet'ah (male Kian'thar Vigo of Black Sun)(unnamed),
Sprax (male Nalroni Vigo of Black Sun),
Vekker (male Quarren Vigo of Black Sun),
Wumdi (male Etti Vigo of Black Sun),
Clezo (male Rodian Vigo of Black Sun),
LegendsDark HorseW: Steve PerryA: Ron Randall,
P. Craig Russell

Cover: Duncan Fegredo
Shadows of the Empire Evolutions Issue: 4Date Published:

5/13/1998
First cover appearance:

Savan (female Falleen, niece of Xizor, Vigo of Black Sun Crime Syndicate)
LegendsDark HorseW: Steve PerryA: Ron Randall,
P. Craig Russell

Cover: Duncan Fegredo
Jedi Academy: Leviathan Issue: 1 Date Published:

10/28/1998
First Appearance:

Dorsk 82 (male Khommite Jedi Knight and clone of Dorsk 81);
Kyp Durron (Human male);
Tionne Solusar (Near-Human female from the planet Rindao );
Streen elderly male human Jedi Master;
Kirana Ti (female witch of Dathomir);
Corbos (Outer Rim planet near the Yavin system, rich in ores. It had "Black Rain Seasons")
First Cover:

Dorsk 82 (male Khommite Jedi Knight and clone of Dorsk 81);
Kyp Durron (Human male);
Streen elderly male human Jedi Master;
Kirana Ti (female witch of Dathomir)
LegendsW:
Kevin J. Anderson
A: Dario Carrasco, Jr., Mark Heike, Bill Black, David Jacob Beckett
Crimson Empire II Council of BloodIssue: 1Date Published:
11/11/1998
First Appearance:

Nom Anor (Yuuzhan Vong extra-galactic saboteur),
Tront (Gamorrean pirate),
Sol Mon (Pirate working for Grappa the Hutt),
Clone of Feena D'Asta (Member of Interim Imperial Ruling Council),
Ch'Unkk (Whiphid member of Interim Imperial Ruling Council),
Burr Nolyds (Human member of Interim Imperial Ruling Council)(Death in same issue),
Xandel Carivus (Human member of Interim Imperial Ruling Council)(conspirator with Nom Anor),
Zee Ethda (bounty hunter employed by Grappa the Hutt),
Mahd Windcaller (Human member of Interim Imperial Ruling Council),
Norym Kim (Myke member of Interim Imperial Ruling Council),
Captain Forma (Mining Guild smuggler),
Zanibar (a species of alien whose religious beliefs required live sacrifice and devouring of enemies).


LegendsDark HorseW: Mike Richardson and Randy StradleyA: Paul Gulacy and Randy Emberlin

Cover: Dave Dorman
Star WarsIssue: 1Date Published:

12/1998
First Appearance:

Ki-Adi-Mundi.
Ephant Mon
LegendsDark HorseW: Jan StrandA: Anthony Winn

Cover: Ken Kelly
Star WarsIssue: 4Date Published:

3/1999
First Appearance:

An'ya Kuro (the Dark Woman)
LegendsDark HorseW: Jan StrandAnthony Winn and Robert Jones
Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace 1/2 WizardIssue: NADate Published:
5/1999
First Appearance:

Anakin Skywalker (Becomes Darth Vader),
Qui-Gon Jinn,
Padmé Amidala (Padmé Amidala Naberrie, Queen Amidala),
Jar Jar Binks,

Cameo:

Sebulba,
Shmi Skywalker,
Darth Maul Preview Sketch
CanonDark HorseW: Time Truman, Henry Gilroy, Ryder Windham, Mark SchultzA: Steve Crespo, Martin Egeland, Robert Teranishi, Galen Showman

Cover: Timothy Bradstreet
Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace Issue: Trade PaperbackDate Published:
5/1999
First Appearance:

Mace Windu,
Darth Maul,
Sabe (Padmé's handmaiden),
Plo Koon,
Nute Gunray,
Captain Tarpals,
Boss Nass,
Watto,
Sebulba,
Shmi Skywalker,
Collects issues #1-4 of the weekly serialized Episode I The Phantom Menace comic books. Published the same day as issue #1. CanonDark HorseW: Henry GilroyA: Rodolfo Damaggio

Cover (B): Hugh Fleming
Star WarsIssue: 7Date Published:

6/1999
First Appearance:

Sharad Hett,
Aurra Sing,
Eeth Koth
LegendsDark HorseW: Tim TrumanA: Tom Raney and Rob Pereira
Star WarsIssue: 10Date Published:

9/1999
First Appearance:

A'Sharad Hett.
LegendsDark HorseW: Tim TrumanA: Rick Leonardi
Star WarsIssue: 13Date Published:

12/1999
First Appearance:

Yaddle (Jedi Master of same species as Yoda and Grogu),
Saesee Tiin,
Adi Gallia,
Oppo Rancisis,
Even Piell,
Plo Koon,
Depa Billaba,
Yarael Poof
LegendsDark HorseW: Tim TrumanA: Tom Lyle
UnionIssue: 2Date Published:

12/8/1999
Cameo:

Unnamed appearance of Kyle Katarn in bar at Luke Skywalker's bachelor party
Legends
Dark HorseW: Michael StackpoleA: Robert Teranishi
ChewbaccaIssue: 1Date Published:

1/19/2000
First Appearance:

Attichitcuk (Chewbacca's dad),
Tojjevvuk (albino Wookiee)
Second appearance and romantic courtship of Mallatobuck by ChewbaccaLegendsDark HorseW: Darko MacanA: Brent Anderson, Igor Kordey, Willie Blyberg
ChewbaccaIssue: 2Date Published:

2/16/2000
First Appearance:

Tvrrdko (Tojjevvuk's dad),
Pter Nyklas (imperial officer and Han Solo's commanding officer)
Han meets Chewbacca (Legends meeting. Non-canon. Replaced by Solo: A Star Wars Story)LegendsDark HorseW: Darko MacanA: Jan Duursema, Dave Gibbons, Dusty Abell
Star WarsIssue: 16Date Published:

3/2000
FIRST COVER:

Yaddle (Jedi Master of same species as Yoda and Grogu)
LegendsDark HorseW: Tim TrumanA: Tom Lyle and Jan Duursema
Star Wars TalesIssue: 3Date Published:

3/29/2000
First Appearance:

Vilmarh Grahrk ("Villie", a Devaronian gambler and scoundrel) (appears in "Deal with a Demon"),
NT 600 (astronavigation droid hardwired into Vilmarh Grahrk's ship, the Inferno),
The Inferno (Vilmarh Grahrk's ship)
LegendsDark HorseW: John Ostrander, Ryder Windham, Rich Handley, Darko Macan, Rich HeddenA: Jan Duursema, Rick Magyar, Tom Fowler, Chris Brunner, Rick Leonardi
Star WarsIssue: 17Date Published:

4/2000
First Appearance:

Quinlan Vos,
Gargonn the Hutt (crime lord and sponsor of Circus Horrificus)(missing right part of his head),
Aunuanna (female human mother of Aurra Sing),
Circus Horrificus (traveling circus),
Glamaxon Tvurl (Barabel gladiator, dies same issue),
Kyoord Vurd (Ugnaught cantina owner),
CAMEO:

Malakili (human male who later became the Rancor keeper for Jabba the Hutt)
First mention of Aayla Secura, Quinlan Vos' PadawanLegendsDark HorseW: Tim TrumanA: John Nadeau
ChewbaccaIssue: 4Date Published:

4/19/2000
First Appearance:

Dovin basal (Yuuzhan Vong organic defense tool used for propulsion, defense, and a variety of other purposes.)
The Death of Chewbacca (flashback to Sernpidal from the novel Vector Prime)LegendsDark HorseW: Darko MacanA: Rafael Kayanan, Dusty Abell, Jim Royal
Star WarsIssue: 19Date Published:

6/2000
First Appearance:

Aayla Secura (Twi'lek Jedi),
Tinté Vos (Great aunt to Quinlan Vos),
Lido Mufrenes (Rodian who attempted to kill Quinlan Vos)
LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema, Rick Magyer
Star Wars TalesIssue: 4Date Published:

6/2000
First Appearance:

Dark Trooper (Advanced Droid which made an appearance in the Mandalorian Season 2),
IG-97 Model Imperial Battle Droid
LegendsDark HorseW: Loven Kindzierski, Kevin Rubio, Mark Evanier and Sergio Aragones, Kilian PlunkettA: Robert Teranishi, Lucas Marangon, Sergio Aragones, Kilian Plunkett
Star WarsIssue: 20Date Published:

7/16/2000
Gorzima (male Quarren),
Holmar Grahrk (male Devaronian, Villie's cousin),
Asanté Vos (female Kiffar, Quinlan Vos' cousin),
Kiffex and Kiffu (sister planets in Azurbani system)
LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema,Rick Magyer,
Star WarsIssue: 21Date Published:

8/23/2000
First Appearance:

Pol Secura (male Twi'lek, uncle of Aayla Secura ),
Energy Spiders (creatures that produce "Glitterstim")
LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema, Rick Magyer,
Star Wars TalesIssue: 5Date Published:

9/2000
Origin of Yaddle (Jedi Master of same species as Yoda and Grogu)LegendsDark HorseW: Dean Motter, Craig Thompson, Terry Moore, Tony Millionaire, Ian EdgintonA: Jesus Saiz, Craig Thompson, Cliff Richards, Michelle Madsen, Carlos Meglia
Star Wars22Date Published:

9/27/2000
First Appearance: Chom Frey Kaa (male Twi'lek senator)LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema, Rick Magyer,
Star Wars TalesIssue: 7Date Published:

3/2001
First Appearance:

Captain Nym (Freeorin pirate captain),
Jinkins (Bith engineer and aide to Nym),
Vana Sage (human pilot for Nym),
Kole (Chadra-Fan co-pilot and first mate to Nym),
Nerf (livestock),
Sintas Vel (mother of Ailyn Vel).
CAMEO:

Ailyn Vel, Boba Fett's daughter (baby in a hologram).
LegendsDark HorseW: Haden Blackman, Phil Amara, Randy Stradley, Beau Smith, Kevin RubioA: Jan Duursema, Francisco Hererra, Francisco Ruiz Velasco, Mike Deodato, Jr., Lucas Marandon
Jedi Vs. SithIssue: 1Date Published:

4/18/2001
First Appearance:

Darth Bane,
Rain,
Tomcat,
Bug,
Torr Snapit (Jedi scout),
Root,
Lord Hoth,
Petja (Jedi),
Ruusan (planet), Pernicar (Jedi),
Sladak (Jedi Initiate),
Slatka (Jedi Initiate).
Valenthyne Farfalla (mentioned only).
Lord Kaan mentioned,
Kiel Charny mentioned.
Darth Bane appears in Star Wars Gamer 3 prior to Jedi Vs. Sith 1 in an illustrated short story, "Bane of the Sith."

Lord Hoth appears in a vision to Kyle Katarn in Dark Forces: Jedi Knight (an illustrated Novella).

First cover appearance of Lord Kopecz.

First cover appearance of Kiel Charny.
LegendsDark HorseW: Darko MacanA: Ramon Bachs, Raul Fernandez

Cover: Andrew Robinson
Jedi Vs. SithIssue: 1 Dynamic Forces VariantDate Published:

April 18, 2001
First Appearance:

Darth Bane,
Rain,
Tomcat,
Bug,
Torr Snapit (Jedi scout),
Root,
Lord Hoth,
Petja (Jedi),
Ruusan (planet), Pernicar (Jedi),
Sladak (Jedi Initiate),
Slatka (Jedi Initiate).
Valenthyne Farfalla (mentioned only).
Lord Kaan mentioned,
Kiel Charny mentioned.
First cover appearance of Darth Bane, Rain, Tomcat, Bug, Torr Snapit (Jedi Scout).

Darth Bane appears in Star Wars Gamer 3 prior to Jedi Vs. Sith 1 in an illustrated short story, "Bane of the Sith."

Lord Hoth appears in a vision to Kyle Katarn in Dark Forces: Jedi Knight (an illustrated Novella).
LegendsDark HorseW: Darko MacanA: Ramón F. Bachs
Raul Fernandez

Jedi Vs. SithIssue: 2Date Published:

5/16/2001
First Appearance:

Bouncers (floating sentient alien species who possess mildly telepathic powers);
Lord Skere Kaan (sith Lord),
Githany (female sith lord),
Kopecz (Twi'lek male Sith lord),
Kiel Charny (male Jedi General).
LegendsDark HorseW: Darko MacanA: Ramón F. Bachs
Raul Fernandez

Cover: Andrew Robinson
Jedi Vs. SithIssue: 3Date Published:

6/20/2001
First Appearance:

Rajan (male Jedi)
LegendsDark HorseW: Darko MacanA: Ramón F. Bachs
Raul Fernandez

Cover: Andrew Robinson
Jedi Vs. SithIssue: 4Date Published:

7/18/2001
First Appearance:

Valenthyne Farfalla
First cover appearance of Lord Hoth.LegendsDark HorseW: Darko MacanA: Ramón F. Bachs
Raul Fernandez

Cover: Andrew Robinson
Jedi Vs. SithIssue: 6Date Published:

9/19/2001
Rain revealed as "Zannah" (later becomes Darth Zannah, Bane's apprentice)LegendsDark HorseW: Darko MacanA: Ramón F. Bachs
Raul Fernandez

Cover: Andrew Robinson
Jango Fett TPBIssue: NADate Published:

3/2002
First Appearance:

Jango Fett, Zam Wessel (shapeshifting bounty hunter)
LegendsDark HorseW: Ron MarzA: Tom Fowler
Star Wars TalesIssue: 11Date Published:

3/2002
First Appearance:

Bail Organa (politician from Alderaan and Princess Leia's adoptive father)
LegendsDark HorseW: KIa Asamiya, Garth Ennis, Jason Hall, Scott Allie, Jan DuursemaA: Kia Asamiya, Amanda Connor, Chris Brunner, Paul Lee & Brian Horton, Jan Duursema & Dave McCaig
Episode II Attack of the Clones Trade PaperbackIssue: Trade Paperback Date Published:

4/2002
First Appearance:

ASN (hoverin courier droid),
Cordé (female human handmaiden and decoy for Senator Amidala),
Count Dooku ("Lord Tyrannus", male human apprentice to Darth Sidious),
Dormé (female human handmaiden to Senator Amidala),
Captain Gregar Typho (male human head of security for Senator Amidala),
Jamillia (Queen of Naboo and successor to Amidala),
Dexter "Dex" Jettster (male Besalisk cook),
R4-P17 ("Arfour", Obi-Wan's Astromech Droid),
Lama Su (male Kaminoan Prime Minister of Kamino),
Taun We (female Kaminoan aide to Lama Su),
Ask Aak (male Gran Senator),
Acklay (beast in Geonosian Arena),
Nexu (beast in Geonosian Arena),
Orray (beast in Geonosian Arena),
Reek (beast in Geonosian Arena),
Jocasta Nu (female Human Chief Librarian of Jedi Archives),
Cliegg Lars (male human from Tatooine, Anakin's step-father),
Cameo:

Sly Moore (female Umbaran force adept and advisor to Palpatine) (unnamed, no dialogue),
Barriss Offee (female Miralan (unnamed, background of less than half a dozen pages),
Dar Wac (male Rodian aide of Palpatine)(unnamed in hologram),
Luminara Unduli (female Mirialan Jedi master)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Kit Fisto (Nautolan Jedi)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Elan Sel'Sabagno (male Balosar death stick dealer)(unnamed),
Lowle Ch'red (Human female who frequented the Outlander Club and Dex's Diner)(silhouette in background, unnamed, no dialogue),
Rednax (Dug in Dex's diner)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Seboca (Dug in Dex's diner)(unnamed, no dialogue),
FLO ("WA-7", Dex's unicycle waitress droid)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Ashla (female Togruta Jedi Initiate)(unnamed, no dialogue),
J. K. Burtola (male Human Jedi Initiate)(unnamed),
Denaria Kee (female Koorivar member of the Corporate Alliance)(background of Geonosis Separatist meeting, unnamed, no dialogue),
Stass Allie (Female Tholothian Jedi Master)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Fo Kuna (male Anx Senator)(unnamed),
Bultar Swan (female Human Jedi Padawan)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Fi-Ek Sirch ( male Kajain'sa'Nikto Jedi Knight)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Sora Bulq (male Weequay Jedi Master)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Ur-Sema Du (female Human Jedi Master)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Wat Tambor (Skakoan male)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Sun Fac (Geonosian of the upper caste)(unnamed, no dialogue),
First Mentioned:

Sifo-Dyas ( male Human Jedi Master)
LegendsDark HorseW: Henry GilroyA: Jan Duursema
Episode II Attack of the Clones 1Issue: 1 4/24/2002First Appearance in traditional comic book format:

Cordé (female human handmaiden and decoy for Senator Amidala),
Captain Gregar Typho (male human head of security for Senator Amidala),

First Cameo in traditional comic book format:

Sly Moore (female Umbaran force adept and advisor to Palpatine) (unnamed, no dialogue),
Barriss Offee (female Miralan (unnamed, background of two),
Dar Wac (male Rodian aide of Palpatine)(unnamed in hologram),
Luminara Unduli (female Mirialan Jedi master)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Elan Sel'Sabagno (male Balosar death stick dealer)(unnamed),

First mentioned in traditional comic book format:

Count Dooku ("Lord Tyrannus", male human apprentice to Darth Sidious),
LegendsDark HorseW: Henry GilroyA: Jan Duursema
Episode II Attack of the Clones 2Issue: 2 4/24/2002First Appearance in traditional comic book format:

Count Dooku ("Lord Tyrannus", male human apprentice to Darth Sidious),
Jocasta Nu (female Human Chief Librarian of Jedi Archives),
Jamillia (Queen of Naboo and successor to Amidala),
Lama Su (male Kaminoan Prime Minister of Kamino),
Taun We (female Kaminoan aide to Lama Su),
Dexter "Dex" Jettster (male Besalisk cook),
R4-P17 ("Arfour", Obi-Wan's Astromech Droid),



First Cameo in traditional comic book format:

Lowle Ch'red (Human female who frequented the Outlander Club and Dex's Diner)(silhouette in background, unnamed, no dialogue),
Rednax (Dug in Dex's diner)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Seboca (Dug in Dex's diner)(unnamed, no dialogue),
FLO ("WA-7", Dex's unicycle waitress droid)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Ashla (female Togruta Jedi Initiate)(unnamed, no dialogue),
J. K. Burtola (male Human Jedi Initiate)(unnamed),
LegendsDark HorseW: Henry GilroyA: Jan Duursema
Episode II Attack of the Clones 3Issue: 3 5/1/2002First Appearance in traditional comic book format:

Count Dooku ("Lord Tyrannus", male human apprentice to Darth Sidious),
Cliegg Lars (male human from Tatooine, Anakin's step-father),

First Cameo in traditional comic book format:

Denaria Kee (female Koorivar member of the Corporate Alliance)(background of Geonosis Separatist meeting, unnamed, no dialogue).
LegendsDark HorseW: Henry GilroyA: Jan Duursema
Jango Fett: Open SeasonsIssue: 1 Date Published:

5/1/2002
First Appearance:

Fett (male human Journeyman Protector of Concord Dawn, descendant of Cassus Fett, and the father of Jango and Arla Fett),
Arla Fett (female human older sister of Jango Fett),
Jango Fett's mother,
Jaster Mareel (Journeyman Protector of Concord Dawn, exiled and joined Mandalorians),
Montross (male human Mandalorian-turned-bounty hunter),
Tor Vizsla (T male Human Mandalorian warrior and the first leader of the Death Watch faction),
Concord Dawn (agricultural frontier planet with strong ties to the Mandalorians)
Jango Fett's origin story beginsLegendsDark HorseW: W. Haden BlackmanA: Ramón F. Bachs (penciller),
Raul Fernandez (inker)
Episode II Attack of the Clones 4Issue: 4 5/8/2002First Cameo in traditional comic book format:

Bultar Swan (female Human Jedi Padawan)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Fi-Ek Sirch ( male Kajain'sa'Nikto Jedi Knight)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Sora Bulq (male Weequay Jedi Master)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Ur-Sema Du (female Human Jedi Master)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Wat Tambor (Skakoan male)(unnamed, no dialogue),
Sun Fac (Geonosian of the upper caste)(unnamed, no dialogue),

First appearance in traditional comic book:

Poggle the Lesser (Archduke of Geonosis),
LegendsDark HorseW: Henry GilroyA: Jan Duursema
Star Wars TalesIssue: 13Date Published:

9/2002
Appearance (in one panel background) of an unnamed baby of the same species as Yoda, Yaddle, and Grogu. Unlikely to be Grogu or a key issue, but notable for being one of only four known isntances of this species.LegendsDark HorseW: Scott Beatty, Fabian Nicieza, Jime Krueger, Bob Harris, Jason HallA: Sanford Greene, Timothy Il, Kagan McLeod, Michael Zulli, Jerome Opena, Lucas Marangon
Star Wars TalesIssue: 14Date Published:

12/2002
First Appearance:

Kit Fisto (Jedi who first made an unnamed cameo earlier in Attack of the Clones trade paperback (April 2002))
Features a story written and drawn by Stan Sakai of Usagi Yojimbo fame.LegendsDark HorseW: Christian Read, Jason Hall, Stan Sakai, Milton Freewater, Jr., Adam Gallardo, The Fillbach Brothers, Chris EliopolousA: Clayton Henry, Ramon Bachs, Tom Luth, Adriana Melo, Homs,Jason Hvam, Jon Sommariva
RepublicIssue: 49Date Published:

1/2003
First Appearance:

Khaleen Hentz (Dooku's spy who later becomes Quinlan Vos' wife)
LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema

Cover: Ryan Benjamin
Jedi: Mace WinduIssue: One ShotDate Published:
2/2003
First Appearance:

Assaj Ventress
LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema
RepublicIssue: 52Date Published:

3/2003


FIRST COVER:

Durge,
Assajj Ventress
LegendsDark HorseW: Haden BlackmanA: Tomas Giorello

Cover: Brian Ching

RepublicIssue: 51Date Published:

3/19/2003
First Appearance:

Durge (Male Gen'Dai bounty hunter)
LegendsDark HorseW: Haden BlackmanA: Tomás Giorello

Cover: Mozart Cuoto
RepublicIssue: 60Date Published:

12/2003
ORIGIN:

Assajj Ventress
LegendsDark HorseW: Haden BlackmanA: Brian Ching

Cover: Brian Ching
RepublicIssue: 63Date Published:

3/2004
First Appearance:

Darth Andeddu
LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA; Jan Duursema and Dan Parsons

Cover: Brian Ching
Star Wars TalesIssue: 19Date Published:

3/2004
First Appearance:

Ben Skywalker (Luke Skywalker's son)
Appearance of Indiana Jones.LegendsDark HorseW: Jim Pascoe, Ken Lizzi, Jeremy Barlow, Scott Kurtz, Andrew Robonson and Jim Royal, Haden Blackman, Jason HallA: Ramon Bachs, Lucas Marangon, Greg Tocchini, Jim Zubkavich, Nurla Perls, Sean Murphy, Paul Lee
RepublicIssue: 65Date Published:

6/2/2004
First Full Appearance:

Barriss Offee (Mirialan female, Jedi healer who Jedi Knight),
Clone Commander Bly (CC-5052)
Note:

Barriss Offee has many cameos in the Attack of the Clones comic adaptation, this is the first time she has dialogue and a full role in the story.
LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA; Jan Duursema and Dan Parsons

Cover: Brad Anderson
Star Wars Clone Wars Adventures Free Comic Book Day 2004Issue: NADate Published:

7/1/2004
First Appearance:

General Grievous (Separatist General, Kaleesh from the planet Kalee, "Qymaen jai Sheelal"),
Luminara Unduli ( female Mirialan, Jedi Master).
Dark HorseW: Welles HartleyA: The Fillbach Brothers

Cover: The Fillbach Brothers and Dan Jackson.
Star Wars TalesIssue: 21Date Published:

9/2004
First appearance:

Darca Nyl (Human male mercenary),
Kyle Katarn (first full named comic appearance)(Preceded by Union cameo and Dark Forces: Soldier for the Empire illustrated Novella appearances)
LegendsDark HorseW: Rob Williams, Shane McCarthy, Nathan P. ButlerA: Brandon Badeaux, Thomas Andrews, James Raiz
Star Wars: Episode III The Revenge of the Sith Issue: Trade Paperback Date Published:
3/2005
First Appearance:

Clone Commander Cody (Served under General Obi Wan Kenobi),
Clone Commander Fordo, Clone Commander Neyo,
Clone Commander Thire,
Clone Commander Deviss,
Clone Commander Gree.
Collects Revenge of the Sith ## 1-4 single issues. Cody appears in issue #3 published May 2005. The other clone commanders appear in issues ## 3 and 4.CanonDark HorseW: Miles LaneA: Doug Wheatley
Star Wars TalesIssue: 23Date Published:

3/2005
First Appearance:

Selkath (species from Manaan)
CAMEO:

Darth Malak, Darth Revan, Bastila Shan (unnamed in vision),
The Rakata (Amphibian species who ruled the galaxy as "The Infinite Empire")
LegendsDark HorseW: Joshua Ortega, Rob WilliamsA: Dustin Weaver, Brandon Badeaux, Michel Lacombe
Star Wars TalesIssue: 24Date Published:

6/2005
First appearance:

Darth Nihilus (Villain from Knights of the Old Republic II Video Game),
Mala Tinero
LegendsDark HorseW: Rob Williams, Kevin Rubio, Chris AvelloneW: Cully Hammer, Roger Langridge, Dustin Weaver, Brandon Badeaux
RepublicIssue: 79Date Published:

10/2005
First Appearance:

Dass Jennir (Jedi Master)
LegendsDark HorseW: Welles HartleyA: Doug Wheatley

Cover: Brad Anderson
The Knights of the Old RepublicIssue: 1Date Published:

1/2006
First Appearance:

Marn Heirogryph,
Zayne Carrick,
Lucien Draay,
Q'Anilia,
Xamar,
Cameo:

Feln,
Raana Tey
FIRST COVER APP:

Zayne Carrick
LegendsDark HorseW: John Jackson MillerA: Travis Charest
The Knights of the Old RepublicIssue: 2Date Published:

2/2006
First Appearance:

Jedi Master Vandar Tokare
LegendsDark HorseW: John Jackson MillerA: Brian Ching
The Knights of the Old RepublicIssue: 0Date Published:

3/1/2006
First Appearance:

Squint (Darth Malak);
Cameo:

Revan (The Revanchist)(single panel revealed by John Jackson Miller on 3 Card Monte Podcast as Revan)
FIRST COVER APP:

Jarael
LegendsDark HorseW: John Jackson MillerA: Brian Ching
The Knights of the Old RepublicIssue: 3Date Published:

3/2006
First Appearance:

Jarael,
Camper,
T1-LB (Elbee)
LegendsDark HorseW: John Jackson MillerA: Brian Ching
Evasive Action: PreyIssue: NADate Published:

3/6/2006 - 11/7/2006
First Appearance:

Boushh (male Ubese bounty hunter ) (April 6, 2006),
Shal'mak (female Kian'thar crime lord)
Hyperspace Web Comic. As of this entry (5/11/2021), has not been collected in physical print media.LegendsStarwars.comW: Paul EnsA: Tom Hodges
The Knights of the Old RepublicIssue: 6Date Published:

6/2006
Cameo:

Rohlan Dyre (Mandalorian),
Haazen
LegendsDark HorseW: John Jackson MillerA: Brian Ching
LegacyIssue: 0Date Published:
6/2006
First Cover Appearance:

Darth Talon

Preview Images and Descriptions of:

Cade Skywalker,
Kol Skywalker,
Deliah Blue,
Jariah Syn,
Shado Vao,
Astraal Vao,
Rasi Tuum,
Wolf Sazen,
Darth Talon,
Darth Nihl,
Darth Krayt,
Darth Wyyrlok,
Darth Maladi,
Darth Stryfe,
Roan Fel,
Marasiah Fel,
Morlish Veed,
Nyna Calixte,
Konrad Rus
The Mynock (Cade's ship),
Chak,
Rav,
Kee,
Finn,
Naxy Screeger,
Attatag Gosem,
Queen Jool,
Ganner Krieg,
Sigel Dare,
Antares Draco,
Tev "Crasher" Rimon,
Jae "Storm" Akura,
Captain Gunn "Gunner" Yage,
Brodie "Cannon" Coburn,

LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema, Sean Cooke, Dan Parsons
LegacyIssue: 1Date Published:
6/2006
First Appearance:

Darth Krayt (A'Sharad Hett),
Darth Nihl,
Darth Maladi,
Darth Wyyrlock,
Kol Skywalker,
Cade Skywalker,
Shado Vao,
Wolf Sazen (Cade's Jedi Master),
Moff Morlish Veed,
Moff Nyna Calixte
First Cover Appearance:

Darth Krayt (as Darth Krayt),
Darth Nihl

Second Cover Appearance:

Darth Talon
LegendsDark HorseW: John Ostrander, Jan Duursema,A: Jan Duursema,

Cover: Adam Hughes
The Knights of the Old RepublicIssue: 7Date Published:

7/2006
First Appearance:

Rohlan Dyre (Mandalorian),
LegendsDark HorseW: John Jackson MillerA: Dustin Weaver
LegacyIssue: 2Date Published:

7/12/2006
First Appearance:

Deliah Blue (female Zeltron),
Brogar (male Advozse ),
Marasiah Fel (force-sensitive female human),
Darth Ruyn (male Twi'lek Sith Lord ),
Naxy Screeger (Sakiyan gambler),
Jariah Syn (male Human bounty hunter),
Darth Talon (female Twi-lek sith),
Hosk Trey'lis, (male Bothan Jedi Knight),
Ahn Rasi Tuum (male Cathar male Jedi Master),
Astraal Vao (female force sensitive Twi'lek),
Elke Vetter (human female Imperial Knight in Fel Empire),

First Cover Appearance:

Deliah Blue,
Cade Skywalker,
Jariah Syn
LegendsDark HorseW: John Ostrander, Jan Duursema,A: Jan Duursema, Dan Parsons

Cover: Adam Hughes
The Knights of the Old RepublicIssue: 8Date Published:

8/2006
First Appearance:

Demagol,
Cassus Fett,
Carth Onasi.
LegendsDark HorseW: John Jackson MillerA: Dustin Weaver
The Knights of the Old RepublicIssue: 9Date Published:

9/2006
First Appearance:

Haazen (Darth Hayze),
Revan (prior to becoming Darth Revan),
Krynda Draay
LegendsDark HorseW: John Jackson MillerA: Brian Ching
LegacyIssue: 3Date Published:

9/13/2006
First Appearance:

Antares Draco (male human imperial knight,
Roan Fel (third Emperor of the Fel Dynasty),
Oron Jaeger (human male general of the Fel Empire),
Kiefer (male lieutenant of Imperial Army),
Rav (male Feeorin pirate),
The Mynock (Cade's ship)





Cameo:

Sigel Dare (female human imperial knight)(unnamed),
Ganner Krieg (male human imperial knight)(unnamed),
First Cover Appearance:

Roan Fel,
Marasiah Fel,
Astraal Vao
LegendsDark HorseW: John Ostrander, Jan Duursema,A: Jan Duursema, Dan Parsons

Cover: Adam Hughes
LegacyIssue: 4Date Published:

10/11/2006
First Appearance:

Gil Cassel (male human officer in Imperial Army),
Jared Cassel (male human officer in 908th Stormtrooper Division which remained loyal Fel Empire),
Jes Gistang (female human Stormtrooper),
Ran "Hardcase" Harkas (human male Sergeant in Joker Squad Stormtrooper squad),
Hondo Karr (Human male Mandalorian),
K2-3Z3 (3Z3 medical droid),
Darth Maleval (male Quarren Sith Lord),
Vax Potorr (Human male stormtrooper),
Anson Trask (Human male stormtrooper),
Cameo:

Darth Maleval (male Quarren Sith Lord)
First Cover Appearance:

LegendsDark HorseW: John Ostrander, A: Travel Foreman

Cover: Jan Duursema, Brad Anderson
The Knights of the Old RepublicIssue: 25Date Published:

1/2008
First Appearance:

Karness Muur,
Celeste Morne
LegendsDark HorseW: John Jackson MillerA: Scott Hepburn
The Knights of the Old RepublicIssue: 31Date Published:

7/2008
Squint first uses name "Malak"LegendsDark HorseW: John Jackson MillerA: Alan Robinson
The Knights of the Old RepublicIssue: 33Date Published:

9/2008
FIRST COVER APP:

Haazen (Darth Hayze)
LegendsDark HorseW: John Jackson MillerA; Bong Dazo
Star Wars: The Clone WarsIssue: 1Date Published:
9/10/2008
First Appearance:

Ahsoka Tano,
Captain Rex,
Waxer (clone),
Xerius Ugg (Besilisk commander of separatist army),
Governor Roshti (unnamed)
LegendsDark HorseW: Henry GilroyA: Scott Hepburn
Star Wars: The Clone Wars webcomicsIssue: PreludeDate Published:

10/2/2008
First Appearance:

Jek (clone),
King Katuunko (male Toydarian),
Rys (clone)
Skytop Station (Separatists listening outpost).
Legendsstarwars.comW: Pablo HidalgoA: Thomas Hodges
Star Wars: The Clone WarsIssue: 2Date Published:

10/15/2008
First Appearance:

Shi'Kar Straits (formerly the homeworld of the Shi'Kar people, obliterated into an asteroid field by a collision with an asteroid),
Captain Onyx (zygerrian slave trader).
LegendsDark HorseW: Henry Gilroy
A:
Ramón K. Pérez,
Dan Parsons
Star Wars: The Clone WarsIssue: 3Date Published:

12/10/2008
First Appearance:

Zygerria (planet),
Atai Molec (male Zygerrian advisor to Queen Miraj Scintel),
Miraj Scintel (female Zygerrian Queen),
Captain Slego (Zygerrian male, leader of the guard).
Governor Roshti first identified by name.

The first mention of Bosso Weex during thwarted attack by his men on Queen Miraj. Only mention so far in comics as of 4/6/2021.
LegendsDark HorseW: Henry GilroyA:
Lucas Marangon,
Dan Parsons
The Knights of the Old RepublicIssue: 42Date Published:

6/2009
Origin:

Revan, obtains signature mandalorian mask.

Malak permanently assumes name.


LegendsDark HorseW: John Jackson MillerA: Ron Chan
Star Wars: Tales From The Clone Wars Web ComicIssue: Season 1Date Published:
8/2010
First Appearance:

Cad Bane,
Jek (Clone),
King Katuunko,
Rys (Clone),
Kite (Clone),
Ares Nune (Jedi), Broadside (Clone), Matchstick (Clone), Faro Argyus (Senate Commando), Silood (Rodian senatorial aide), Yutsen (Rodian reporter for TriNebulon News), Bouncer (Clone), Stripe (Clone), Gha Nachkt (Trandoshan scavenger), Dannl Faytonni, Achk Med-Beq, Pilf Mukmuk(male Kowakian monkey-lizard and pet of Hondo Ohnaka), Tee Watt Kaa (Lurmen), Wag Too (Lurmen), Tub (Lurmen), Mag (Clone), Shiv (Clone), Chopper (clone), Gus (Clone), Jester (clone), Whorm Loathsom (a Kerkoiden male), Sketch (clone), Slick (clone), Peppi Bow (Gungan), Chrin (Nabooian security officer), Queen Neeyutnee (Monarch of Naboo), Artruk (Twi’lek), Cham Syndulla (Twi’lek father of Hera Syndulla), TA-175 (Wat Tambor’s personal T-series tactical droid), Voyla (Twi’lek), Numa (Twi’lek), Numa’s Father (Twi’lek), Numa’s Mother (Twi’lek), Tronda (Twi’lek), Lubo (Twi’lek), Gobi Glie (Twi’lek), Blurrg (beast of burden from the Mandalorian), Shahan Alama (Weequay bounty hunter), Davtokk (human bounty hunter (dead)), Robonino (Patrolian bounty hunter), Todo 360 (techno-service droid), Ziro Desilijic Tiure (the Hutt), HELIOS-3D (IG-86 sentinel droid bounty hunter), Jaybo Hood (human male child), Torrent Four (clone pilot).
LegendsDark HorseW: Pablo Hidalgo, Henry GilroyA: Thomas Hodges, Grant Gould, Katie Cook, Jeff Carlisle
The Clone Wars FCBD 2011Issue: 0Date Published:
5/7/2011
First Appearance:

Savage Oppress,
Nuru Kungurama (Chiss-Thrawn's species)(Jedi Padawan)
Flip cover with Avatar: The Last Airbender on the opposite side. LegendsDark HorseW: Ryder WindhamA: Ben Dewey
Dawn of the JediIssue: 0Date Published:

2/1/2012
Preview Images and text (not sequential art) of:

Tho Yor,
Tython (planet),
The Rift (place on Tython),
The Old City (place on Tython),
The Silent Desert (place on Tython),
The Je'daii (precursor order to both the Sith and Jedi),
Quan Jang (Je'Daii Master),
Kora Ryo (Je'Daii Master),
Hawk Ryo (Je'Daii Ranger),
Rori Finn (Je'Daii Ranger),
Miarta Sek (Je'Daii Master),
Tem Madog (Je'Daii Master),
Thok Rath (Je'Daii Master),
Ketu (Je'Daii Master),
Ashla (Tyhton's bright moon),
Bogan (Tythons dark moon),
Cloud Chaser (ship),
Pteron Glider (ship),
Peacemaker-Class Cruiser (Je'Daii ship),
Hunter-Class fighter (Je'Daii ship), Craedos CRSF27 Freighter (ship),
Deathstalker-Class (ship),
Sunspot (planet),
Malterra (planet),
Nox (planet),
Krev Coeur (planet),
Kalimahr (planet),
Shikaakwa (planet),
Ska Gora (planet),
Obri (planet),
Mawr (planet),
Furies Gate (planet),
Baron Volnos "Ox" Ryo,
The Rakata (amphibian species),
Star Forge,
Forcesaber (precursor to lightsaber),
Trill (force hound),
Predor Skal'Nas,
Predor Tul'Kar,
Tasha Ryo (Je'Daii Journeyer),
Sek'Nos Rath (Je'Daii Journeyer),
Shae Koda (Je'Daii Journeyer),
Xesh (force hound),

LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema
Dawn of the Jedi: Force StormIssue: 1Date Published:

2/1/2012
First Appearance:

Ando Prime (planet) (in flashback),
Dai Bendu (or Bendu)(also known as the Bendu) (ancient, legendary organization that studied the Force),
Tho Yor (pyramidal ships that carried the Force-sensitive ancestors of the Je'daii Order to Tython),
Manaan (planet),
Tython (planet in the Deep Core),
Resi (Je'Daii youngling),
Harun (Je'Daii youngling),
Ketu (Je'Daii Master),
Xesh (force hound),
Predor Tul'Kar (Rakatan),
Predor Skal'Nas (Rakatan),
Trill (Force hound),
Rakata (Amphibian species who ruled the galaxy as "The Infinite Empire").
CAMEO:

Queen Hadiya (one panel, no dialogue).
First Cover Appearance:

Xesh (force hound),
Tho Yor (pyramid type structures).
LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema
Dawn of the Jedi: Force StormIssue: 1 (Flores Variant)Date Published:

2/1/2012
First Appearance:

Ando Prime (planet) (in flashback),
Dai Bendu (or Bendu)(also known as the Bendu) (ancient, legendary organization that studied the Force),
Tho Yor (pyramidal ships that carried the Force-sensitive ancestors of the Je'daii Order to Tython),
Manaan (planet),
Tython (planet in the Deep Core),
Resi (Je'Daii youngling),
Harun (Je'Daii youngling),
Ketu (Je'Daii Master),
Xesh (force hound),
Predor Tul'Kar (Rakatan),
Predor Skal'Nas (Rakatan),
Trill (Force hound),
Rakata (Amphibian species who ruled the galaxy as "The Infinite Empire"),
First Cover Appearance:

Xesh (force hound),
Tasha Ryo (Je'Daii Journeyer),
Sek'Nos Rath (Je'Daii Journeyer),
Shae Koda (Je'Daii Journeyer),
Hawk Ryo (Je'Daii Ranger),
Tem Madog (Je'Daii Master).
LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema

Cover: Gonzalo Flores
Dawn of the Jedi: Force StormIssue: 2Date Published:

3/1/2012
First Appearance:

Furies Gate (planet),
Fury Station (space station orbiting Furies Gate),
Captain Gost,
Hawk Ryo (Je'Daii Ranger),
Pteron Fighter (ship),
Shae Koda (Je'Daii Journeyer),
Quan Jang (Je'Daii Master),
Butch (Rancor Dragon),
Snikaakwa (planet),
Tasha Ryo (Je'Daii Journeyer),
Sek'Nos Rath (Je'Daii Journeyer),
Thok Rath (Je'Daii Master),

CAMEO:

Daegen Lok (Je'Daii prisoner of Bogan)
First Cover Appearance:

Butch (Rancor Dragon)

First unmasked Xesh (force hound).
LegendsDark HorseW: John Ostrander,
Jan Duursema
A: Jan Duursema
Dawn of the Jedi: Force StormIssue: 3Date Published:

4/18/2012
Rori Fenn (Je'Daii Ranger),
Kora Ryo (Je'Daii Master).
LegendsDark HorseW: John Ostrander,
Jan Duursema
A: Jan Duursema
Dawn of the Jedi: Force StormIssue: 4Date Published:

5/16/2012
First Appearance:

Jake Fenn (human male Je'Daii master, appears in hologram),
Isk (force hound, in flashback),
Lha-Mi (Talid Je'Daii Master, appears in hologram),
Ruhr (Wookiee Je'Daii Master, appears in hologram),
LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema, Dan Parsons
Blood Ties: Boba Fett is Dead Issue: 1 Date Published:

4/25/2012
First Appearance:

Purton (male human Governor of Concord Dawn),
Sibar (male Zabrak),
Teychenne (female Zeltron, spymaster for Purton),
Sathiemon (arid desert planet),
Cameo:

Bendak (male human, appears as corpse)
First Mentioned:
Mac Ewevs (male Human storm commando captain who served in the Stormtrooper Corps)
LegendsDark HorseW: Tom TaylorA: Chris Scalf
Blood Ties: Boba Fett is Dead Issue: 2 Date Published:

5/30/2012
First Appearance:

Bendak (male human, appears in flashback),
Blackfel (planet),
Ailyn Vel (female human, Boba Fett's daughter)
LegendsDark HorseW: Tom TaylorA: Chris Scalf
Blood Ties: Boba Fett is Dead Issue: 3 Date Published:

6/27/2012
First Appearance:

Mac Ewevs (male Human storm commando captain who served in the Stormtrooper Corps)
Cameo:

Lenovar (in hologram, Governor Purton's son)
LegendsDark HorseW: Tom TaylorA: Chris Scalf
Blood Ties: Boba Fett is Dead Issue: 4 Date Published:

7/25/2012
First Appearance:

Kaplan (male human Journeyman Protector of Concord Dawn).
Cameo:

Lenovar (in hologram, Governor Purton's son)
LegendsDark HorseW: Tom TaylorA: Chris Scalf
Star Wars The Clone Wars The Sith HuntersIssue: NADate Published:
8/28/2012
First Appearance:

Mother Talzin (Night Sister)( Darth Maul's Mother)
Depicts Darth Maul's escape from death at the end of Episode I: The Phantom MenaceLegendsDark HorseW: Henry Gilroy and Steven MelchingA: Vicenç Villagrasa
Dawn of the Jedi: Prisoner of BoganIssue: 1Date Published:

11/28/2012
First Appearance:

Rajivari (Je'daii Master, founding member of the Jedi Order)
LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema,
Dan Parsons

Cover: David Michael Beck
Dawn of the Jedi: Prisoner of BoganIssue: 2Date Published:

12/19/2012
First Appearance:

Ters Sendon (Male Zabrak Je'Daii Master),
A'Nang (last of the Kwa, in hologram),
Yirt (Rakatan slave from Xesh and Trill's past),
Bel Zana (femail Je'Daii Ranger),
Terenta (creatures created by the Je'Daii inhabiting the prison moon of Bogan),
Krev Coeur (a planet with a crystalline surface and underground jungles and lakes),
LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema,
Dan Parsons

Cover: David Michael Beck
Star WarsIssue: 1Date Published:

1/2013
First Appearance:

Colonel Kell Bircher
LegendsDark HorseW: Brian WoodA: Carlos D'Anda

Cover: Alex Ross
Star WarsIssue: 2Date Published:

2/2013
First Appearance:

Ensign Llona,
Gram Cortess,
Rus Kal Kin,
Falback Kord,
Tess Alder,
Ardana Cinn,
Prithi
LegendsDark HorseW: Brian WoodA: Carlos D'Anda

Cover: Alex Ross
Dawn of the Jedi: Prisoner of BoganIssue: 3Date Published:

2/27/2013
First Appearance:

Forge Master Gratz (master of the Gratz Foundry on the planet Nox),
Nox (manufacturing Planet),
Kalimahr (cosmopolitan planet)
LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema,
Dan Parsons

Cover: David Michael Beck
Dawn of the Jedi: Prisoner of BoganIssue: 4Date Published:

3/27/2013
First Appearance:

General Bakko (male Twi'Lek and former member of Queen Hadiya's inner circle),
General Ka'un Damm, ("the Butcher", an Iktotchi male and former member of Queen Hadiya's inner circle),
General Shri-Lan ("Left Fist", female Devaronian and former member of Queen Hadiya's inner circle),
Gav Vannar ("Right Fist", male human and former member of Queen Hadiya's inner circle),
LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema,
Dan Parsons

Cover: David Michael Beck
Star WarsIssue: 4Date Published:

4/2013
First Appearance:

Birra Seah (systems designer from Kuat Systems, appointed Moff by Darth Vader)
LegendsDark HorseW: Brian WoodA: Carlos D'Anda

Cover: Alex Ross
Star WarsIssue: 5Date Published:

5/2013
First Appearance:

Perla (Imperial Center Sanitation Department worker turned rebel)
LegendsDark HorseW: Brian WoodA: Carlos D'Anda

Cover: Rodolfo Migliari
Star WarsIssue: 9Date Published:

9/2013
First Appearance:

Tag Rogaren (Imperial Chief Weapons Systems Engineer)
LegendsDark HorseW: Brian WoodA: Ryan Kelly, Dan Parsons

Cover: David Michael Beck
Star WarsIssue: 10Date Published:

10/2013
Rogue Squadron named by Wedge AntillesLegendsDark HorseW: Brian WoodA: Carlos D'Anda

Cover: Hugh Fleming
Star WarsIssue: 12Date Published:

11/2013
CAMEO:

Arrochar (planet)
Rogue Squadron officially named and organized by Rebel Command under Wedge Antilles.

Voice of Prince Kaspar of Arrochar.
LegendsDark HorseW: Brian WoodA: Carlos D'Anda

Cover: Hugh Fleming
Dawn of the Jedi Force WarIssue: 1Date Published:

11/20/2013
First Appearance:

Flesh Raiders (Rakatan sub-species),
Rakatan Annihilators (ships),
Sub-Predor Ceh'let (dies in same issue)
LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema

Cover:
David Michael Beck
Dawn of the Jedi Force WarIssue: 2Date Published:

12/18/2013
Xesh's true name revealed as "Tau"LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema

Cover:
David Michael Beck
Star WarsIssue: 13Date Published:

1/2014
First Appearance:

Ensign Nanda,
Kuat Shipyards (Orbital Array, Kuat Drive Yards)
CAMEO:

Gal Kalling (Executive Chief of Security Kuat Orbital)
LegendsDark HorseW: Brian WoodA: Facundo Percio, Dan Parsons

Cover: Hugh Fleming
Dawn of the Jedi Force WarIssue: 3Date Published:

2/19/2014
First Appearance:

Ravager (flagship of Predor Skal'nas)
LegendsDark HorseW: John OstranderA: Jan Duursema

Cover:
David Michael Beck
Star WarsIssue: 15Date Published:

3/2014
First Appearance:

King Tolar (of Arrochar),
Queen Tiina (of Arrochar),
Prince Kaspar (of Arrochar),
Arrochar (planet).
LegendsDark HorseW: Brian WoodA:
Stéphane Créty,
Julien Hugonnard-Bert.

Cover: Hugh Fleming
Darth Maul: Son of DathomirIssue: 1Date Published:
5/21/2014
First Appearance:

Gar Saxon, commander of the Mandalorian Super Commandos,
Rook Kast, a Mandalorian leader of the Shadow Collective.
Book of Boba Fett Season 1 Episode 5: After the Armorer's comments about her presence on Concord Dawn during the Night of 1,000 Tears, there is unconfirmed speculation that the Armorer is Rook Kast.

First canon appearance:

General Grievous (Separatist General, Kaleesh from the planet Kalee, "Qymaen jai Sheelal")
CanonDark HorseW: Jeremy BarlowA: Chris Scalf
Darth Maul: Son of DathomirIssue: 2Date Published:
6/18/2014
First Appearance:

Fife (Pyke Majordomo),
Brother Viscus (Night Brother serving Mother Talzin),
Ziton Moj (Falleen member of Black Sun)(Same species as Prince Xizor)
First Mother Talzin in canon (Sith Hunters is a Legends non-canon book)CanonDark HorseW: Jeremy BarlowA: Chris Scalf
Star WarsIssue: 19Date Published:

7/2014
First Appearance:

Seren Song (Rebel Spy and daughter of Dantooine senatorial delegates)(a.k.a "Agent Double Black),
R4-00 (droid)(destroyed in same issue).
Lotho minor appearance (first appears in The Clone Wars: The Sith HuntersLegendsDark HorseW: Brian WoodA: Carlos D'Anda

Cover: Hugh Fleming
Star WarsIssue: 20Date Published:

8/2014
First Appearance:

Oaka Prime (a wildlife preserve planet in the Inner Rim. It was once part of the Infinite Empire ruled by the Rakata.)
LegendsDark HorseW: Brian WoodA: Carlos D'Anda

Cover: Hugh Fleming
Darth Maul: Son of DathomirIssue: 1 Wizard World Con ExclusiveDate Published:
8/21/2014
First Appearance:

Gar Saxon, commander of the Mandalorian Super Commandos,
Rook Kast, a Mandalorian leader of the Shadow Collective.
Limited to 500 copies

First Cover Appearance of (tied with sketch variant):

Gar Saxon, commander of the Mandalorian Super Commandos,
Rook Kast, a Mandalorian leader of the Shadow Collective.

Book of Boba Fett Season 1 Episode 5: After the Armorer's comments about her presence on Concord Dawn during the Night of 1,000 Tears, there is unconfirmed speculation that the Armorer is Rook Kast.

First canon appearance:

General Grievous (Separatist General, Kaleesh from the planet Kalee, "Qymaen jai Sheelal")
CanonDark HorseW: Jeremy BarlowA: Chris Scalf
Darth Maul: Son of DathomirIssue: 1 Wizard World Con Exclusive Sketch VariantDate Published:
8/21/2014
First Appearance:

Gar Saxon, commander of the Mandalorian Super Commandos,
Rook Kast, a Mandalorian leader of the Shadow Collective.
Limited to 1,000 copies

First Cover Appearance of (tied with color variant):

Gar Saxon, commander of the Mandalorian Super Commandos,
Rook Kast, a Mandalorian leader of the Shadow Collective.


Book of Boba Fett Season 1 Episode 5: After the Armorer's comments about her presence on Concord Dawn during the Night of 1,000 Tears, there is unconfirmed speculation that the Armorer is Rook Kast.

First canon appearance:

General Grievous (Separatist General, Kaleesh from the planet Kalee, "Qymaen jai Sheelal")
CanonDark HorseW: Jeremy BarlowA: Chris Scalf
Star Wars (2015)Issue: 1Date Published:

1/14/2015
First Appearance:

Aggadeen (imperial officer),
Cymoon-1 (Imperial factory moon),
Monsua Nebula
First Canon Appearance of Wuher (human male bartender at Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina in Mos Eisley)CanonMarvelW: Jason AaronA: John Cassaday
Rebels Magazine (Foreign)Issue: 1Date Published:

1/28/2015
First Appearance:

Sabine Wren (female Mandalorian),
Ezra Bridger,
Garazeb Orrelios ("Zeb")(male Lasat),
Hera Syndulla (female Twi'Lek)
Chopper (C1-10P),
Kanan Jarrus (male former Jedi Padawan, a.k.a. Caleb Dume),
The Ghost,
Splendour (Galus Vez' ship),
Galus Vez (male besalisk)
UK and other foreign Egmont editions released January 28, 2015.

German Edition from Panini released February 2015.

U.S. Edition released October 20, 2015.
CanonEgmontW: Martin FisherA: Bob Molesworth
Darth Vader Vol. 1Issue: 1Date Published:
2/11/2015
First Appearance:

Black Krrsantan (Wookiee Bounty Hunter),
Cylo
Cameo:

Dengar (In Jabba's palace, back turned, in the shadows, unnamed)(first Canon cameo).

4-LOM (In Jabba's palace background)(first Canon cameo).

IG-88 (In Jabba's palace background)(first Canon cameo).

J'Quille (a Whiphid male bounty hunter)(In Jabba's palace background)(first Canon cameo).

Droopy McCool (a Kitonak male horn player for the Max Rebo band)(first Canon cameo).

Max Rebo (an Ortolan male keyboard player for the Max Rebo band)(first Canon cameo).

Saelt-Marae (male Yarkora) ("Yak Face")(first Canon cameo).

Sy Snootles (female Pa'lowick singer for Max Rebo band and part-time bounty hunter.)(first Canon cameo).

Tessek (Male Quarren accountant)(first Canon cameo).

Salacious B. Crumb (first Canon cameo).

Trech Molock (imperial general)(first Canon cameo).

Hurst Romodi (imperial general)(first Canon cameo).

Cassio Tagge (Chief of the Imperial Army) (First Canon cameo).

Moradmin Bast (imperial general)(first Canon cameo).

First Canon Appearance of Boba Fett.CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Salvador Larroca

Cover: Adi Granov
Darth Vader Vol. 1Issue: 2 Date Published:
2/25/2015
First mention of Doctor Aphra.

First Cover appearance of Cassio Tagge (Chief of the Imperial Army)

First full canon appearance of Cassio Tagge.
CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Salvador Larroca

Cover: Adi Granov
Princess LeiaIssue: 1Date Published:

3/4/2015
First Apperaance:

Evaan Verlaine (female human fighter pilot for Rebel Alliance)
First Canon appearance of Admiral gial Ackbar.CanonMarvelW: Mark WaidA: Terry Dodson, Rachel Dodson
Princess LeiaIssue: 2Date Published:

3/18/2015
First Appearance:

Uwa Pareece (female human member of Melodic Order),
Tace (female human member of Melodic Order),
Tula (female human imperial officer),
Mul Sanaka (male human owner of Club Deeja),
Snes (female Besalisk bouncer of Club Deeja),
Junn (male human criminal from Alderaan)
First Cover Appearance of Evaan Verlaine (female human fighter pilot for Rebel Alliance)CanonMarvelW: Mark WaidA: Terry Dodson, Rachel Dodson
Darth Vader Vol. 1Issue: 3Date Published:
3/25/2015
First Appearance:

Doctor Chelli Lona Aphra (Dr. Aphra),
Triple Zero (000, 0-0-0),
BeeTee (BT-1),
Utani Xane (a Kallidahin male curator of Quarantine World III, location of Triple-Zero personality matrix),
Ark Angel (Aphra's ship).
1:25 Salvador Larroca Variant

First mention of sterile Geonosian Queen, Karina.
CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Salvador Larroca

Cover: Adi Granov
KananIssue: 1Date Published:

4/1/2015
First Appearance:


The Ghost (Rebel Ship),
Clone Captain Styles,
Clone Captain Grey,
Gamut Key,
General Kleeve (separatist Devaronian).
Cameo:

Hera Syndulla (first cameo in tradtitional comic book format),
Sabine Wren (first cameo in tradtitional comic book format),
Ezra Bridger (first cameo in tradtitional comic book format),
Chopper (C1-10P)(first cameo in tradtitional comic book format),
Garazeb (Zeb) Orrelios(first cameo in tradtitional comic book format) (all unnamed and appearing on one page),
Janus Kasmir (unnamed).

All previously appeared in Rebels Magazine #1 (UK Egmont)
First appearance of Kanan Jarrus (formerly Jedi Padawan Caleb Dume) in traditional comic book format.
Previously appeared in Rebels Magazine #1 (UK Egmont)
CanonMarvelW: Greg WeismanA: Pepe Larraz; David Curiel

Cover; Mark Brooks
Darth Vader Vol. 1Issue: 4Date Published:

4/8/2015
First Appearance:

Karina (sterile Geonosian queen hooked up to artifical womb)(Back story is revealed in Rebels episode "Ghosts of Geonosis").
CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Salvador Larroca

Cover: Adi Granov
Rebels Magazine (Foreign)Issue: 4Date Published:

4/22/2015
First Appearance:

Agent Alexsandr Kallus (human male ISB officer). First appears in "Kallus' Hunt" comic.
"Kallus' Hunt" is included in Issue #4 of the UK (Egmont) and other foreign editions (Panini). Issue #4 from Egmont was released April 22, 2015.

Issue #3 of the U.S. Titan Rebels Magazines reprints "Kallus' Hunt". The U.S. Edition (Titan) of issue #3 released February 16, 2016.
CanonEgmontW: Martin FisherA: Bob Molesworth
KananIssue: 2Date Published:

5/6/2015
First Appearance:

Kasmiri (ship)
CanonMarvelW: Greg WeismanA: Pepe Larraz; David Curiel

Cover: Mark Brooks
Darth Vader Vol. 1Issue: 5Date Published:

5/13/2015
First Appearance:

Morit Astarte (male force-sensitive human, cybernetically enhanced by Cylo to replace Vader as Palpatine's apprentice),
Aiolin Astarte (female force-sensitive human, cybernetically enhanced by Cylo to replace Vader as Palpatine's apprentice),
Karbin,(male Mon Calamari, cybernetically enhanced by Cylo to replace Vader as Palpatine's apprentice),
Tulon Voidgazer (female human genius, cybernetically enhanced by Cylo to replace Vader as Palpatine's apprentice),
Whale-ships (organic spacecraft housing Cylo's research base)
First Cover Appearance of Aiolin and Morit Astarte, Darth Vader 5 Larocca variant:

CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Salvador Larroca

Cover: Adi Granov
Star Wars (2015)Issue: 5Date Published:

5/20/2015
First Appearance:

Volt Cobra (Sana Starros' ship)(unnamed, later named in issue 8 as "Cobra" and issue 10 as Volt Cobra)
CanonMarvelW: Jason AaronA: John Cassaday
Star Wars (2015)Issue: 4Date Published:

6/2015
Cameo:

Sana Starros (Solo)(in disguise, unnamed)
CanonMarvelW: Jason AaronA: John Cassaday
Darth Vader Vol. 1Issue: 7Date Published:

7/1/2015
First Appearance:

Beebox (dwarven male bounty hunter),
IG-90 (assassin droid working with Bossk),
Sutha (male Hutt),
Yonak's Father (Rodian leader of the Sun-tuul Pride crime organization),
Letter from the owner of Wookywiki.com and Drunkwooky.com printed in letters page.CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Salvador Larroca

Cover: Adi Granov
LandoIssue: 1Date Published:

7/8/2015
First Appearance:

Castell (planet),
Moff Ssaria,
Papa Toren,
Aleksin and Pavol,
Sava Korin Pers,
Commander Pasqual (Sienar Fleet Systems Orbital Shipyard CC-24),
Imperialis (unnamed Emperor Palpatine's pleasure ship)
CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Alex Maleev
Star Wars (2015)Issue: 6Date Published:

8/2015
First appearance:

Sana Starros (Solo)

CanonMarvelW: Jason AaronA: John Cassaday
Darth Vader Vol. 1Issue: 8Date Published:

8/5/2015
First Appearance:

Inspector Thanoth (male human inspector with Galactic Empire)
First mention:

Plasma Devils (Rebel Starfighter Squadron)
CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Salvador Larroca
LandoIssue: 2Date Published:

8/12/2015
First Appearance:

Commodore Idel (dies of suicide same issue),
Captain Shan,
Captain Conro,
Amethia Prime (planet),
Big String,
Chanath Cha (masked),
Imperialis first identified by name.

CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Alex Maleev
LandoIssue: 3Date Published:

8/26/2015
First Appearance:

o-66 (Palpatine's pilot droid and caretaker of the Scimitar, Darth Maul's ship),
Lord Momin's helmet appears unidentified.CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Alex Maleev
Star WarsIssue: 9Date Published:

9/2015
First Appearance:

Grakkus Jahibakti Tingi
(Grakkus the Hutt)
CAMEO:

Phil-Law Wo (Jedi in holocron, formerly stationed at the Jedi Temple on Vrogas Vas.)

First mention of Vrogas Vas.
Gamemaster mentioned (later revealed as Sergeant Kreel, designated Agent 5241 of SCAR Squadron or Task Force 99.)

There is unsubstantiated speculation that the Bad Batch in Disney+'s May 2021 series (Clone Force 99) become SCAR Squadron (Task Force 99). It is at least unlikely Hunter is the same person as Sergeant Kreel as Kreel's homeworld is Chagar IX (not Kamino like all clones) and he lacks Hunter's half-skull face tattoo.

First cover appearance of Sana Starros.
CanonMarvelW: Jason AaronA: Stuart Immonen;
Wade Von Grawbadger
Darth Vader Vol. 1Issue: 9Date Published:

9/9/2015
First Appearance:

The Ante (Givin information broker),
Doowan (male Nautolan, dies same issue)
First Mention:

The Dragon (arms dealer),
Commodex Tahn (human mortician who prepared Padme's body for burial)
CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Salvador Larroca
Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens - Shattered Empire Issue: 1Date Published:

9/9/2015
First Appearance:
Shara Bey and
Kes Dameron,
Poe Dameron's Parents.

L'ulo L'ampar
CanonMarvelW: Greg RuckaA: Marco Checchetto
LandoIssue: 4Date Published:

9/16/2015
Lord Momin first mentioned.

First cover appearance of Chanath Cha.

Chanath Cha's face revealed.
CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Alex Maleev
KananIssue: 6Date Published:

9/23/2015
First cover in traditional comic book format:

Hera Syndulla Sabine Wren,
Ezra Bridger,
Chopper (C1-10P),
Garazeb (Zeb) Orrelios.
First appearance in traditional comic book format:

Hera Syndulla Sabine Wren,
Ezra Bridger,
Chopper (C1-10P),
Garazeb (Zeb) Orrelios.

All previously appeared in Rebels Magazine #1 (UK Egmont)
CanonMarvelW: Greg WeismanA: Jacopo Camagni

Cover: David Curiel
Pepe Larraz
Star Wars10Date Published:

10/2015
First Appearance:


Grakkus the Hutt's Gamemaster (later revealed as Sergeant Kreel, designated Agent 5241of SCAR Squadron or Task Force 99.)
First Canon Appearance of Dengar (Male Corellian Bounty Hunter).

First cover appearance of Kongo the Disemboweler (male Roggwart with cybernetic upgrades)

Interior Cameo of Kongo (unnamed, in the shadows, hand and eyes visible).
There is unsubstantiated speculation that the Bad Batch in Disney+'s May 2021 series (Clone Force 99) become SCAR Squadron (Task Force 99). It is at least unlikely Hunter is the same person as Sergeant Kreel as Kreel's homeworld is Chagar IX (not Kamino like all clones) and he lacks Hunter's half-skull face tattoo.CanonMarvelW: Jason AaronA: Stuart Immonen;
Wade Von Grawbadger
Darth Vader Vol. 1Issue: 10Date Published:

10/7/2015
First Appearance:

The Dragon (arms dealer),
Commodex Tahn (human mortician who prepared Padme's body for burial)
First mention:

Korin Aphra (Chelli Aphra's father),
Lona Aphra (Chelli Aphra's mother)
CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Salvador Larroca
Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens - Shattered Empire Issue: 2Date Published:

10/7/2015
First Appearance:

Sentinel (droid model designed to deliver posthumous messages from Emperor Palpatine, a.k.a. "Messenger"),
Lerr Duvat (male human imperial captain of the Star Destroyer, Torment),
Donta Gesset (male human governor of Naboo),
Gulin (male human lieutenant on Star Destroyer, Torment),
Korro (male human member of Naboo's Royal Security Forces),
Able Nereno (Rodian male rebel),
Sosha Soruna (human female monarch of Naboo during Galactic Empire),
Wiley (female human rebel technician),
Torment (Star Destroyer involved in Operation: Cinder)


First Mention:

Operation: Cinder (a contingency plan in the even of Emperor Palpatine's death providing for orbital bombardment of loyal imperial planets to punish them for failuer. Planets included Burnin Konn, Candovant, Abednedo, Commenor, and Nacronis, as well as Vardos, a world known for its loyalty to the Empire, and the Emperor's homeworld of Naboo.)
CanonMarvelW: Greg RuckaA: Marco Checchetto
Star Wars11Date Published:

11/4/2015
First Appearance:

Kongo the Disemboweler (male Roggwart with cybernetic upgrades)
Gamemaster identified as Agent 5241 (later revealed as Sergeant Kreel of SCAR Squadron or Task Force 99.),

There is unsubstantiated speculation that the Bad Batch in Disney+'s May 2021 series (Clone Force 99) become SCAR Squadron (Task Force 99). It is at least unlikely Hunter is the same person as Sergeant Kreel as Kreel's homeworld is Chagar IX (not Kamino like all clones) and he lacks Hunter's half-skull face tattoo.
CanonMarvelW: Jason AaronA: Stuart Immonen;
Wade Von Grawbadger
Darth Vader Vol. 1Issue: 12Date Published:

11/11/2015
First Appearance:

Plasma Devils (Rebel Starfighter Squadron)(destroyed same issue)
CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Salvador Larroca
Star Wars12Date Published:

11//18/2015
Gamemaster revealed as Sergeant Kreel (a.k.a Agent 5241 of SCAR Squadron/Task Force 99).

There is unsubstantiated speculation that the Bad Batch in Disney+'s May 2021 series (Clone Force 99) become SCAR Squadron (Task Force 99). It is at least unlikely Hunter is the same person as Sergeant Kreel as Kreel's homeworld is Chagar IX (not Kamino like all clones) and he lacks Hunter's half-skull face tattoo.

Sana Starros first identified as Starros and not Sana Solo.
CanonMarvelW: Jason AaronA: Stuart Immonen;
Wade Von Grawbadger
Vader DownIssue: 1Date Published:

11/18/2015
First Appearance:

R6 Astromech Droid,
Yellow Squadron (rebel starfighter squadron),
Vrogas Vas (planet with a Jedi Temple),
Grey Squadron (Rebel Starfighter Squadron),
CanonMarvelW: Jason AaronA: Mike Deodato, Jr.

Cover: Mark Brooks
Vader Down Issue: 1 ZBox Exclusive11/18/2015First Appearance:

R6 Astromech Droid,
Yellow Squadron (rebel starfighter squadron),
Vrogas Vas (planet with a Jedi Temple),
Grey Squadron (Rebel Starfighter Squadron),
First Cover:

Black Krrsantan (Wookiee Bounty Hunter)(Appeared in Season 1, Episode 2 of Book of Boba Fett on Disney+)(* official publication date was 11/18/2021, but it was distributed in December 2015 Zavvi Box).
CanonMarvelW: Jason AaronA: Mike Deodato, Jr.
Vader Down Issue: 1 Katie Cook Mile High Comics Exclusive11/18/2015First Appearance:

R6 Astromech Droid,
Yellow Squadron (rebel starfighter squadron),
Vrogas Vas (planet with a Jedi Temple),
Grey Squadron (Rebel Starfighter Squadron),
First Cover:

Black Krrsantan (Wookiee Bounty Hunter)(Appeared in Season 1, Episode 2 of Book of Boba Fett on Disney+)
CanonMarvelW: Jason AaronA: Mike Deodato, Jr.
Darth Vader Vol. 1Issue: 13Date Published:

11/25/2015
First Appearance:

Cyan Squadron (Rebel Airspeeder Squadron, flying T-47 airspeeders)
CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Salvador Larroca

Cover: Mark Brooks
Star WarsIssue: 13 Hastings Exclusive11/25/2015First Appearance:

Cyan Squadron (Rebel Airspeeder Squadron, flying T-47 airspeeders)
Second Cover:

Black Krrsantan (Wookiee Bounty Hunter)(Appeared in Season 1, Episode 2 of Book of Boba Fett on Disney+)
CanonMarvel
Star WarsIssue: Annual 1Date Published:

12/9/2015
First Appearance:

Eneb Ray, a spy for the Rebellion and infiltrated the Imperial bureaucracy on Coruscant, working as a tax collector under the codename Tharius Demo.
CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Angel Unzueta;
Paul Mounts.

Cover: John Cassaday & Paul Mounts.
Darth Vader Vol. 1Issue: Annual 1Date Published:

12/16/2015
First Appearance:

Bixene (female human daughter of Duke Rubix),
Hollian (first daughter of king of Shu-Torun),
Monthan (son of the king of Shu-Torun),
Duke Rubix (male human ore-duke of Shu-Torun),
Trios (youngest child of the king of Shu-Torun)(later Queen Trios of Shu-Torun)


CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Leinil Yu

Cover: Leinil Yu
Darth Vader Vol. 1Issue: 14Date Published:

12/23/2015
First Appearance:

Amber Wing (Rebel Y-Wing Squadron)
CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Salvador Larroca

Cover: Mark Brooks
Star Wars Adventures (Vol. 1)Issue: 7Date Published:

2/2018
First Appearance:

Hondo Ohnaka (Weequay male pirate and outlaw).
First cover appearance of Hondo OhnakaCanonIDWW: Paul Crilley,
Sholly Fisch
A: Derek Laufman,
Philip Murphy,
Sean Galloway
Darth Vader Vol. 1Issue: 17Date Published:

3/2/2016
First Appearance:

Jooli (male Human Chancellor of Shu-Torun),
Lava Leviathan (vessel owned by Ore-duke Baron Rubix)
CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Salvador Larroca

Cover: Kaare Andrews
Star Wars17Date Published:

3/23/2016
First canon appearance of a Nerf (livestock).CanonMarvelW: Jason AaronA: Leinil Francis Yu,
Gerry Alanguilan
KananIssue: 12Date Published:

5/2016
First Appearance:

Rae Sloane (as Vice Admiral in Imperial Navy, later Grand Admiral).
First Cameo in traditional Comic Book Format:

Grand Inquisitor (Pau'an male and former Jedi Temple Guard)(single panel, named and speaks).
CanonMarvelW: Greg WeismanA: Mark Brooks
Darth Vader Vol. 1Issue: 20Date Published:

5/11/2016
First appearance in new canon:

Kuat Shipyards (Orbital Array, Kuat Drive Yards)
CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Salvador Larroca

Cover: Mark Brooks
Star Wars19Date Published:

5/25/2016
CAMEO:

SCAR Squadron (Task Force 99)(unnamed), an elite Imperial stormtrooper squad led by Sergeant Kreel. SCAR stands for Special Commando Advanced Recon trooper.
There is unsubstantiated speculation that the Bad Batch in Disney+'s May 2021 series (Clone Force 99) become SCAR Squadron (Task Force 99). It is at least unlikely Hunter is the same person as Sergeant Kreel as Kreel's homeworld is Chagar IX (not Kamino like all clones) and he lacks Hunter's half-skull face tattoo.CanonMarvelW: Jason AaronA: Leinil Francis Yu; Gerry Alanguilan; Sunny Gho;
Java Tartaglia.
Darth Vader Vol. 1Issue: 21Date Published:

6/8/2016
First appearance:

Thlu-Ry )male human professor who served the Empire)
CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Salvador Larroca

Star Wars21Date Published:

7/20/2016
First Appearance:

SCAR Squadron (Task Force 99)
There is unsubstantiated speculation that the Bad Batch in Disney+'s May 2021 series (Clone Force 99) become SCAR Squadron (Task Force 99). It is at least unlikely Hunter is the same person as Sergeant Kreel as Kreel's homeworld is Chagar IX (not Kamino like all clones) and he lacks Hunter's half-skull face tattoo.CanonMarvelW: Jason AaronA:
Jorge Molina

Cover:
David Aja
The Force Awakens Adaptation Issue: 3Date Published:

8/24/2016
First Appearance:

Maz Kanata,
Takodana (Planet),
Takodana Castle (Maz Kanata's cantina for rogues and mercenaries,
Snoke
Cameo:

Grummgar (A Dowutin Male mercenary and big game hunter),
Bazine Netal (human female mercenary),
Rosser Weno (mercenary),
Varmik (Hassk thug),
Strono Tuggs ("Cookie")(Maz' chef),
Sudswater Dillifay Glon (musician),
Infrablue Zedbeddy Coggins (musician),
Ubert Quaril (musician),
Jashco Phurus (male human pirate),
Allium (alien professor),
Praster Ommlen (male Ottegan former gunrunner, joined religious sect),
GA-97 (Resistance droid),
Oskus Stooratt (male human),
Sidon Ithano (Crimson Corsair)(male Delphidian pirate),
Quiggold(Gabdarin pirate, Crimson Corsair's first mate) ;
HURID-37 (Maz Kanata's large red heavy loadlifter droid)
First Canon Cameo of a Lepi (Jaxxon's species) in Maz Kanata's castle, back turned, behind "Cookie".CanonMarvelW:
Chuck Wendig
A: Marc Laming

Cover:
Mike Deodato, Jr.
The Force Awakens Adaptation Issue: 4Date Published:

9/14/2016
Cameo:

The Knights of Ren (five non-descript obscure silhouettes in one panel of Rey's vision).


CanonMarvelW:
Chuck Wendig
A: Luke Ross

Cover:
Mike Del Mundo
Star Wars (vol. 2 2015) Annual Issue: 2Date Published:

11/30/2016
First Appearance:

Pash "Bash" Davane,
Quawei,
Bruce (labor droid),
Skorii-Lei (planet)
CanonMarvelW: Kelly ThompsonA:
Emilio Laiso

Cover: Mike Mayhew
Doctor Aphra Vol. 1Issue: 1Date Published:

12/7/2016
First Appearance:

Korin Aphra (human male, Chelli Aphra's father),
Soo-Tath (male Cerean representing an organization Aphra owed money to),
Susina (female human friend of Chelli Aphra's during her studies at University of Bar'leth),
Ulbik Tan (male human),
Toob-Nix (male human Sava at University of Bar'leth),
Abersyn symbiotes (species that fed on brain stems of sentient species),
Ark Angel II (Chelli Aphra's second ship)
CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Kev Walker,
Salvador Larroca

Cover:
Kamome Shirahama
Doctor Aphra Vol. 1Issue: 3Date Published:

1/18/2017
First Appearance:

Magna Tolvan (female human imperial officer and love interest of Doctor Aphra)
CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Kev Walker

Cover; Kamome Shirahama
Darth MaulIssue: 23/22/2017Cameo:

Hondo Ohnaka (Background, unnamed, no dialogue)
First Canon appearance of Cad Bane.CanonMarvelW: Cullen BunnA: Chris Eliopoulos, Luke Ross
Darth MaulIssue: 34/26/2017Cameo:

Hondo Ohnaka (Background, unnamed, no dialogue)
First cover appearance of Cad Bane.CanonMarvelW: Cullen BunnA: Chris Eliopoulos, Luke Ross
Rogue OneIssue: 1Date Published:
6/2017
First Appearance:
Jyn Erso,
Saw Gerrera,
Galen Erso,
Casian Andor,
K-2SO,
Orson Krennic,
Bodhi Rook,
Chirrut Imwe,
Baze Malbus
FIRST COVER APPS:

Noto Cover A:
Jyn Erso,
Saw Gerrera,
Casian Andor,
Orson Krennic,
Chirrut Imwe.
CanonMarvelW: Jody HouserA: Emilio Laiso & Oscar Bazaldua
Darth MaulIssue: 46/21/2017Cameo:

Hondo Ohnaka (Background, unnamed, no dialogue)
CanonMarvelW: Cullen BunnA: Chris Eliopoulos, Luke Ross
Doctor Aphra AnnualIssue: 1 Date Published:

08/23/2017
Origin:

Black Krrsantan (Wookiee Bounty Hunter)(Appeared in Season 1, Episode 2 of Book of Boba Fett on Disney+)
CanonMarvelW: Kieron GillenA: Marc Leming

Cover: David Nakayama
Rogue One: Cassian & K-2SOIssue: 1Date Published:
10/2017
ORIGIN:
K-2SO
CanonMarvelW: Duane SwierczynskiA: Fernando Blanco
Darth Vader Vol. 2Issue: 6Date Pubished:

10/4/2017
First Appearance:

Grand Inquisitor (Pau'an male and former Jedi Temple Guard)


First cameo in traditional comic book format:

Fifth Brother (gray-skinned humanoid male Inquisitor)(preceded by Rebels Magazine #16 (4/2015);
Seventh Sister (female Mirialan Inquisitor)(preceded by Rebels Magazine #16 (4/2015).

Cameo:


Eighth Brother (Force-sensitive Terrelian Jango Jumper male member of the Inquisitorius),
Sixth Brother(a.k.a. Bil Valen, male member of the Inquisitorius),
Ninth Sister (a.k.a. Masana Tide, female Dowutin Inquisitor),
Inquisitorius (team).
CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA:
Giuseppe Camuncoli

Cover: Francesco Mattina
Star Wars Adventures (Vol. 1)Issue: 6Date Published:

1/17/2018
First Appearance:

Rose Tico
CanonIDWW:
Delilah S. Dawson
A: Derek Charm
Forces of Destiny Ahsoka & Padme Issue: NA/One ShotDate Published:

1/24/2018
First canon comic appearance:

Barriss Offee (Mirialan female, Jedi healer who Jedi Knight)
CanonIDWW: Beth RevisA: Valentina Pinto
Star Wars47 Rod Reis Galactic Icons VariantDate Published:

5/2/2018
First Cover:

Qi'ra
CanonMarvel(W) Kieron Gillen
(A)
Salvador Larroca;

Cover: Rod Reis
Darth Vader Vol. 2Issue: 16 Rod Reis Galactic Icons Variant Date Pubished:

5/9/2018
First Cover:

Enfys Nest
CanonMarvelW: Charles Soule
A:
Giuseppe Camuncoli

Cover: Rod Reis
Lando: Double or NothingIssue: 1Date Published:

7/2018
First Appearance:

L3-37 (Lando's navigational droid who becomes linked with the Millenium Falcon)
CanonMarvelW: Rodney Barnes.A: Paolo Villanelli.
BeckettIssue: 1Date Published:
8/15/2018
First Appearance:
Rio Durant,
Val,
Tobias Beckett,
Enfys Nest.
First Cover Appearance:

Tobias Beckett,
Val (silhouette on Cover A, full cover appearance on Dodson Cover),
Rio Durrant (silhouette on Cover A, full cover appearance on Dodson Cover).
CanonMarvelW: Gerry DugganA: Edgar Salazar, Marc Laming, Will Sliney

Cover A: John Tyler Christopher

Cover B: Terry and Rachel Dodson
Star Wars Adventures (Vol. 1)Issue: 13Date Published:

8/29/2018
First print cameo and first Canon cameo of Boushh (male Ubese bounty hunter).CanonW: Elsa Charretier,
Pierrick Colinet,
Nick Brokenshire
A: Elsa Charretier,
Nick Brokenshire

Cover: Elsa Charretier (A),
Sarah Stern (B).
Star Wars Adventures (Vol. 1)Issue: 14Date Published:

9/26/2018
First Appearance:

Bazine Netal (previous cameo in The Force Awakens Adaptation 3 (marvel))
First appearance in standard comic book:

Agent Alexsandr Kallus (human male ISB officer). First appears in comic form in Rebels Magazine #4 (Edgmont UK) March 2015.
CanonIDWW: John Barber,
Michael Moreci
A: Mauricet
Arianna Florean
Star Wars Adventures (Vol. 1)Issue: 14 (Murphy Cover B)Date Published:

9/26/2018
First Appearance:

Bazine Netal (previous cameo in The Force Awakens Adaptation 3 (marvel))
First cover appearance:

Bazine Netal

First appearance in standard comic book:

Agent Alexsandr Kallus (human male ISB officer). First appears in comic form in Rebels Magazine #4 (Edgmont UK) March 2015.
CanonIDWW: John Barber,
Michael Moreci
A: Mauricet
Arianna Florean
Solo: A Star Wars StoryIssue: 1Date Published:

10/10/2018
First Appearance:

Lady Proxima,
Moloch,
Rebolt,
Qi'ra
Cameo:

Beilert Valance (cybernetic bounty hunter and former imperial naval cadet, then ground troop). Han is cut off from saying "Valance" by an explosion. First canon cameo of Valance.
First Cover Appearance:


L3-37,
Dryden Vos.
CanonMarvelW: Robbie ThompsonA: Will Sliney
Han Solo: Imperial Cadet Issue: 1Date Published:

11/7/2018
First canon appearance of Beilert Valance. Identified as Cadet 404-913.

First original story featuring Qi'ra (not a movie adaptation).
CanonMarvelW: Robbie ThompsonA: Leonard Kirk

Cover; David Nakayama
Solo: A Star Wars StoryIssue: 2Date Published:

1/2019
First Appearance:
Dryden Vos.
Cameo:

Margo (Imroosian female Crimson Dawn Operative),
CanonMarvelW: Robbie ThompsonA: Will Sliney
Han Solo: Imperial Cadet Issue: 3Date Published:

1/2/2019
Beilert Valance first identified as "Valance" in canon.CanonMarvelW: Robbie ThompsonA: Leonard Kirk

Cover; David Nakayama
Solo: A Star Wars StoryIssue: 4Date Published:

1/30/2019
Cameo:

Sagwa (male Wookiee rescued from Kessel spice mine by Chewbacca)
CanonMarvelW: Robbie ThompsonA: Will Sliney
Han Solo: Imperial Cadet Issue: 4Date Published:

2/13/2019
Beilert Valance first identified as "Beilert" in canon. The origin of Valance's cybernetic parts begins.CanonMarvelW: Robbie ThompsonA: Leonard Kirk

Cover; David Nakayama
Han Solo: Imperial Cadet Issue: 5Date Published:

3/13/2019:
The origin of Valance's cybernetic parts begins.CanonMarvelW: Robbie ThompsonA: Leonard Kirk

Cover; David Nakayama
Galaxy's Edge Issue: 1 Date Published:

4/24/2019
First Appearance:

Dok-Ondar (Ithorian male collector who operated an antiquities shop in Black Spire Outpost on the planet Batuu);
8D-J8 (8D-series smelter droid who worked in the restaurant Ronto Roasters);
Agnon (human male First Lieutenant in the First Order);
Remex Lo (Clawdite male who worked in the Kendoh Gang );
Ooris (humanoid assistant of Doctor Genzhor);
Simpi ( juvenile sarlacc from the Outer Rim planet I'vorcia Prime);
Tohago (human female who worked as an assistant, representative, and translator for the collector Dok-Ondar);
Kendoh Voss (human female from Serenno, criminal leader of Kendoh Gang);
Wooro (Aqualish male who worked in the Kendoh Gang);
Dr. Genzhor (appears as a corpse)( humanoid male doctor, expert on sarlaccs).
First cover appearance:

Dok-Ondar (Ithorian male collector who operated an antiquities shop in Black Spire Outpost on the planet Batuu)
CanonW: Ethan SacksA: Will Sliney

Cover: Rod Reis
Galaxy's Edge Issue: 1 McCaig Design VariantDate Published:

4/24/2019
First Appearance:

Dok-Ondar (Ithorian male collector who operated an antiquities shop in Black Spire Outpost on the planet Batuu);
8D-J8 (8D-series smelter droid who worked in the restaurant Ronto Roasters);
Agnon (human male First Lieutenant in the First Order);
Remex Lo (Clawdite male who worked in the Kendoh Gang );
Ooris (humanoid assistant of Doctor Genzhor);
Simpi ( juvenile sarlacc from the Outer Rim planet I'vorcia Prime);
Tohago (human female who worked as an assistant, representative, and translator for the collector Dok-Ondar);
Kendoh Voss (human female from Serenno, criminal leader of Kendoh Gang);
Wooro (Aqualish male who worked in the Kendoh Gang);
Dr. Genzhor (appears as a corpse)( humanoid male doctor, expert on sarlaccs).
First cover appearance:

Dok-Ondar (Ithorian male collector who operated an antiquities shop in Black Spire Outpost on the planet Batuu)
CanonW: Ethan SacksA: Will Sliney
Cover: Karl Lindberg, Iain McCaig
Tie FighterIssue: 1Date Published:

6/2019
First Appearance:

Shadow Wing (elite tie fighter squadron),
Yrica Quell (X-Wing Starfighter Pilot)
CanonMarvelW: Jody HouserA: Giuseppe Camuncoli
Target VaderIssue: 1Date Published:

7/3/2019
First Appearance:

Broken Wing (Beilert Valance's ship),
Aeliar (female human officer of the Rebel Alliance)(unnamed),
Arr-Nine-Nineteen (Bounty Hunter droid alleging to be a Jedi Hunter, was a Hutt clan spy),
Chio Fain (Ardennian male slicer),
Gwi (Tarsunt male leader of the Hidden Hand ),
Holaq (Weequay male member of Hidden Hand),
Honnah (Gammorean female tracker),
Uro (Aqualish member of Hidden Hand),
Gita ( Rebel Alliance agent undercover as Tusken Sniper, Urrr'k),
Xonr (member of Bounty Hunter's Guild)(dead same issue),
Fellio Asteroid Belt,
Hidden Hand

CanonMarvelW: Robbie ThomasA: Marc Laming,
Cris Bolson

Cover; Nic Klein
Star Wars The Rise of Kylo RenIssue: 1Date Published:
12/18/2019
First Appearance:

Ren (male force-sensitive humanoid leader of Knights of Ren),
Voe (female human force-sensitive Jedi training under Luke Skywalker),
Hennix (male Quarren force-sensitive Jedi training under Luke Skywalker),
Tai (male human force-sensitive Jedi training under Luke Skywalker),
Geegee (droid, stationed on ben Solo's ship)
Cameo:

Vicrul (Male humanoid force-sensitive member of Knights of Ren),
Ushar (Male humanoid force-sensitive member of Knights of Ren),
Trudgen (Male humanoid force-sensitive member of Knights of Ren),
Kuruk (Male humanoid force-sensitive member of Knights of Ren),
Cardo (Male humanoid force-sensitive member of Knights of Ren),
Ap'lek (Male humanoid force-sensitive member of Knights of Ren),
Cardo (Male humanoid force-sensitive member of Knights of Ren).
CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Will Sliney
Star Wars The Rise of Kylo RenIssue: 3Date Published:
2/12/2020
Cameo: Avar Kriss first appears here in a brief hologram in two panels. She is unnamed in this issue.CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Will Sliney
Bounty HuntersIssue: 1Date Published:

3/11/2020
First Appearance:

Ooris Bynar (Thisspiasian male bounty hunter).
Khamus (human male criminal, heir to the Mourner's Wail Crime Syndicate),
Nakano Lash (Nautolan female bounty hunter),
Nine-Four-El (Beilert Valance's droid),
Syphacc (human male who operated Syphacc's Bountiful Bounties),
T'onga (human female bounty hunter who was the twin sister of fellow hunter T'ongor),
T'ongor (human male bounty hunter and twin brother of T'onga),
Losha Tarkon (human female partner of T'onga),
Moon of Logal Ri,
Mourner's Wail Syndicate,
Unbroken Clan.
Lord Khamdek (Male Human leader of Mourner's Wail Crime Syndicate) first mentioned.

Voice from off-panel of Krynthia (human female heir to Unbroken Clan Crime Syndicate)
CanonMarvelW: Ethan SacksA: Paolo Villanelii

Cover: Lee Bermejo
Bounty HuntersIssue: 2Date Published:

3/25/2020
First Appearance:

Lord Khamdek (Male Human leader of Mourner's Wail Crime Syndicate),
Galmerah (graveyard planet)
Cameo:

Jhorstek (Abednedo male black market technician)(Corpse)
CanonMarvelW: Ethan SacksA: Paolo Villanelii

Cover: Lee Bermejo
Doctor Aphra Vol. 2Issue: 1Date Published:

5/4/2020 (Digital),
5/27/2020 (Print)
First Appearance:

Ronen Tagge (Human male member of Tagge family),
Just Lucky (Human male smuggler and assassin),
Covik (human male artist who created the sculpture An Empire's Grace, made entirely of beskar.),
Falber (human female artist),
Estat (Twi'lek sava of the Shadow University),
Eustacia Okka (MIrialan femal professor of Shadow University),
Tubleek Ruz (Kubaz bounty hunter),
TA-418 (BD-Unit Droid and assistant to Eustacia Okka),
Tucker (Mon Calamari mercenary),
Venters (Zabrak mercenary),
Detta Yao (Grad student at Shadow University),
Kolkur (Outer Rim Planet),
Ruins of Kolkur,
Dianth (Planet),
Vaale (City of living stone on Dianth),
Rings of Vaale (cursed rings from the Vaale).

First Cover Appearance:

Just Lucky,
Eustacia Okka,
Detta Yao,
TA-418,
Ronen Tagge
CanonMarvelW: Alyssa WongA: Marika Cresta

Cover: Valentina Remenar
Bounty HuntersIssue: 3Date Published:

6/24/2020
Vukorah (humanoid female general in the Unbroken Clan),
Starskimmer (Nakano Lash's ship),
CanonMarvelW: Ethan SacksA: Paolo Villanelii

Cover: Lee Bermejo
Doctor Aphra Vol. 2Issue: 5Date Published:

10/2020
First Appearance:

Domina Tagge (Canon)
CanonMarvelW: Alyssa WongA: Marika Cresta
Darth Vader Vol. 3Issue: 6Date Published:

10/14/2020
Cameo:

Ochi of Bestoon (male humanoid devotee of the Sith and assassin)(last page, named, no dialogue)
CanonMarvelW: Greg PakA: Raffaele Ienco
Darth Vader Vol. 3Issue: 7Date Published:

11/11/2020
First Appearance:

Ochi of Bestoon (male humanoid devotee of the Sith and assassin)(last page, named, no dialogue)
CanonMarvelW: Greg PakA: Raffaele Ienco
Darth Vader Vol. 3Issue: 6 2nd PrintDate Published:

11/18/2020
First Cover:

Ochi of Bestoon (male humanoid devotee of the Sith and assassin)
CanonMarvelW: Greg PakA: Raffaele Ienco
Doctor Aphra Vol. 2Issue: 6Date Published:
11/25/2020
The first appearance of a “Path Engine”,
Nihil technology that permits the Nihil
to travel uncharted hyperspace paths
and make short, burst jumps, including
inside gravity wells of planets.
CanonMarvelW: Alyssa WongA: Ray-Anthony Height, Robert Gill
Bounty HuntersIssue: 8Date Published:

12/23/2020
First Mention:

Fennec Shand (female human bounty hunter)
CanonMarvelW:
Ethan Sacks
A:
Paolo Villanelli
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 1Date Published:
1/6/2021
First Appearance:
Keeve Trennis,
Sskeer,
Estala Maru,
Veter,
Supreme Chancellor Lina Soh, Matari and Voru.
Cameo: Elzar Mann,
Burryaga Agaburry (Wookiee)(single unnamed panel during final assembly),
Mikel Sutnami (Ithorian)(single unnamed panel during final assembly),
Stellan Gios (Male human Jedi Master)(single unnamed panel during final assembly).
FIRST COVER APP:
Keeve Trennis
(Cover A Noto, Aninditio incentive,
Sway incentive ,
Camuncoli store variant,
Kuder store variant,
Vilannelli store variant, Cover A Noto, 2nd printing,3rd printing.)

Sskeer (Cover A Noto,
Aninditio incentive, Vilannelli store variant,
2nd printing,
3rd printing.).

Avar Kriss
(Cover A Noto,
Cover B Hans,
2nd printing)

Terect and Ceret (Aninditio incentive)

Lourna Dee,
and an unconfirmed Kassav Milliko
(Kenny Blanche Concept cover)
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Ario Anindito


Cover Detail
Star Wars: The High Republic Second PrintingIssue: 1Date Published:
1/27/2021
First Cover Appearances:

Voru (Lina Soh's Companion animal),
Jedi Stellan Gios (male).
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Ario Anindito
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 2 (Unknown Comics Pagulayan Exclusive)Date Published:
2/3/2021
First Appearance:
Terec and Ceret,
Vernestra Rwoh (identified as "Jedi Rwoh")
FIRST COVER APP:

Estala Maru (Jedi)
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Ario Anindito


Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 2Date Published:
2/3/2021
First Appearance:
Terec and Ceret,
Vernestra Rwoh (identified as "Jedi Rwoh")
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Ario Anindito
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: 1 Date Published:
2/3/2021
First Appearance:
Lula Talisola,
Qort,
Farzala,
Bibs,
Zeen Mrala,
Torben “Buckets of Blood” Buck,
Krix,
Cham Cham.
Cameo: Marchion Ro,
Eye of the Nihil.
FIRST COVER APP: (Cover A)
Lula Talisola,
Qort,
and Farzala
CanonIDWW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Harvey Talibao
Star Wars Adventures (Vol. 2)Issue: 3Date Published:

2/3/2021
First Canon Appearance:

Savage Oppress,
CanonW: Michael Moreci;
Shane McCarthy
A:
Megan Levens
Star Wars Adventures (Vol. 2)Issue: 3 (Levens Variant)Date Published:

2/3/2021
First Canon Appearance:

Savage Oppress,
CanonW: Michael Moreci;
Shane McCarthy
A:
Megan Levens
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 3 (MIke Mayhew Store Exclusive)Date Published:
3/3/2021
First Appearance:

Drengir
Cameo:

Padawan Imri Cantaros (unnamed)
FIRST COVER APP:
Marchion Ro,
Eye of the Nihil (MIke Mayhew Store Exclusive. Tied with Wanted Comics Sliney Variant.
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Ario Anindito
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 3 Date Published:
3/3/2021
First Appearance:

Drengir
Cameo:

Padawan Imri Cantaros(unnamed)
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Ario Anindito
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 3 (Sliney Wanted Comix Store Exclusive)Date Published:
3/3/2021
First Appearance:

Drengir
Cameo:

Padawan Imri Cantaros (unnamed)
FIRST COVER APP:
Marchion Ro,
Eye of the Nihil (Sliney Wanted Comix Store Exclusive). Tied with (MIke Mayhew Store Exclusive.
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Ario Anindito
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: 2 (Yael Nathan 1:10 Cover) Date Published:
3/3/2021
First Appearance:

Marchion Ro, Eye of the Nihil
FIRST COVER APP:
Torben “Buckets of Blood” Buck (Yael Nathan 1:10 Cover)
CanonIDWW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Harvey Talibao
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: 2 Date Published:
3/3/2021
First Appearance:

Marchion Ro, Eye of the Nihil
CanonIDWW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Harvey Talibao
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 4Date Published:
4/7/2021
First Appearance:

Padawan Imri Cantaros,

Archivist Orbalin.
Cameo:

Myarga the Benevolent (Hutt),
Reath Silas (Jedi Padawan)(flashback),
Master Orla Jareni (Jedi)(flashback),
Amaxine Space Station (flashback),
Great Progenitor (first Drengir, species of sentient plants)(flashback).
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Ario Anindito
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: 3 Date Published:
4/7/2021
First Appearance:

Gaze Electric (Marchion Ro's flagship),
Jedi Master Kantam Sy,
Bogaranth (Beasts used by Nihil in gladiator pits).
Cameo:

Lily Tora-Asi (Jedi female)
Harvey Talibao cover is first cover appearance of Marchion Ro which is not a store exclusive cover.CanonIDWW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Harvey Talibao
Bounty HuntersIssue: 11Date Published:

4/14/2021
First Appearance:

Grummgar (A Dowutin Male mercenary and big game hunter)
Previously made a cameo in Maz Kanata's castle in The Force Awakens Adaptaion #3 (Marvel)CanonMarvelW: Ethan SacksA: Paolo Villanelli

Cover: Mattia De Iulis
Darth Vader Vol. 3Issue: 11Date Published:

4/28/2021
First Appearance:

Sith Eternal Cult,
Exegol Sith Guard
Luke’s severed hand can be seen in Palpatine’s laboratory. CanonMarvelW: Greg PakA: Raffaelle Ienco

Cover: Aaron Kuder
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: 4 Date Published:

5/5/2021
First appearance:

Junk Mavens of Quantxi ("Trash Keepers"),
Quantxi (planet)
Yael Nathan 1:10 Incentive Variant:

CanonIDWW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Harvey Tolibao
War of the Bounty Hunters AlphaIssue: 1Date Published:

5/5/2021
First Appearance:

Doc Ragon (male Beskalisk mercenary, freelancer, and tinkerer on Nar Shaada),
Bigbot (male pit fighter of unidentified species),
Johnny the Sting (male pit fighter of unidentified tentacled species),
Wyrmen Lictor (female pit fighter of unidentified arachnoid species),
Skullicon (male pit fighter)
Cameo:

Unidentified shadowed figured.
First appearance of Boba Fett's Black Armor.

Boba Fett uses alias "Jango"

Story of how Boba Fett lost his Empire Strikes Back green jetpack.

McNiven Cover A is homage to S. Platt's Marc Spector: Moon Knight # 55.

CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Steve McNiven
War of the Bounty Hunters AlphaIssue: 1 (1:50 McNiven Black Armor Variant)Date Published:

5/5/2021
First Appearance:

Doc Ragon (male Beskalisk mercenary, freelancer, and tinkerer on Nar Shaada),
Bigbot (male pit fighter of unidentified species),
Johnny the Sting (male pit fighter of unidentified tentacled species),
Wyrmen Lictor (female pit fighter of unidentified arachnoid species),
Skullicon (male pit fighter)
Cameo:

Unidentified shadowed figured.
First Cover Appearance of Boba Fett's Black Armor (tied with JTC Action Figure Variant, Camuncoli Variant, Director's Cut, and Director's Cut 1:25 Sketch Variant)

First appearance of Boba Fett's Black Armor.

Boba Fett uses alias "Jango"

Story of how Boba Fett lost his Empire Strikes Back green jetpack.

McNiven Cover A is homage to S. Platt's Marc Spector: Moon Knight # 55.

CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Steve McNiven
War of the Bounty Hunters AlphaIssue: 1 (Camuncoli Variant)



Date Published:

5/5/2021
First Appearance:

Doc Ragon (male Beskalisk mercenary, freelancer, and tinkerer on Nar Shaada),
Bigbot (male pit fighter of unidentified species),
Johnny the Sting (male pit fighter of unidentified tentacled species),
Wyrmen Lictor (female pit fighter of unidentified arachnoid species),
Skullicon (male pit fighter)
Cameo:

Unidentified shadowed figured.
First Cover Appearance of Boba Fett's Black Armor (tied with 1:50 McNiven Black Armor Variant, JTC Action Figure Variant, Director's Cut, and Director's Cut 1:25 Sketch Variant)

First appearance of Boba Fett's Black Armor.

Boba Fett uses alias "Jango"

Story of how Boba Fett lost his Empire Strikes Back green jetpack.



Bird City Comics, Jolzar Collectibles , Comics Elite , The 616 shared exclusive.
CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Steve McNiven
War of the Bounty Hunters AlphaIssue: 1 Director's Cut
Date Published:

5/5/2021
First Appearance:

Doc Ragon (male Beskalisk mercenary, freelancer, and tinkerer on Nar Shaada),
Bigbot (male pit fighter of unidentified species),
Johnny the Sting (male pit fighter of unidentified tentacled species),
Wyrmen Lictor (female pit fighter of unidentified arachnoid species),
Skullicon (male pit fighter)
Cameo:

Unidentified shadowed figured.
First Cover Appearance of Boba Fett's Black Armor (tied with 1:50 McNiven Black Armor Variant, JTC Action Figure Variant, Camuncoli Variant, and Director's Cut 1:25 Sketch Variant)

First appearance of Boba Fett's Black Armor.

Boba Fett uses alias "Jango"

Story of how Boba Fett lost his Empire Strikes Back green jetpack.
CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Steve McNiven
War of the Bounty Hunters AlphaIssue: 1 Director's Cut (1:25 Sketch Variant)Date Published:

5/5/2021
First Appearance:

Doc Ragon (male Beskalisk mercenary, freelancer, and tinkerer on Nar Shaada),
Bigbot (male pit fighter of unidentified species),
Johnny the Sting (male pit fighter of unidentified tentacled species),
Wyrmen Lictor (female pit fighter of unidentified arachnoid species),
Skullicon (male pit fighter)
Cameo:

Unidentified shadowed figured.
First Cover Appearance of Boba Fett's Black Armor (tied with 1:50 McNiven Black Armor Variant, JTC Action Figure Variant, Camuncoli Variant, and Director's Cut)

First appearance of Boba Fett's Black Armor.

Boba Fett uses alias "Jango"

Story of how Boba Fett lost his Empire Strikes Back green jetpack.
CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Steve McNiven
War of the Bounty Hunters AlphaIssue: 1 (JTC Action Figure Variant)Date Published:

5/5/2021
First Appearance:

Doc Ragon (male Beskalisk mercenary, freelancer, and tinkerer on Nar Shaada),
Bigbot (male pit fighter of unidentified species),
Johnny the Sting (male pit fighter of unidentified tentacled species),
Wyrmen Lictor (female pit fighter of unidentified arachnoid species),
Skullicon (male pit fighter)
Cameo:

Unidentified shadowed figured.
First Cover Appearance of Boba Fett's Black Armor (tied with 1:50 McNiven Black Armor Variant, Camuncoli Variant, Director's Cut and Director's Cut 1:25 Sketch Variant)

First appearance of Boba Fett's Black Armor.

Boba Fett uses alias "Jango"

Story of how Boba Fett lost his Empire Strikes Back green jetpack.

CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Steve McNiven
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 5Date Published:

5/12/2021

First Appearance:

Myarga the Benevolent (Hutt)
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Ario Anindito
Star Wars (vol. 3 2020) Issue: 13Date Published:

5/12/2021
First Appearance:

Sagwa (male Wookiee rescued from Kessel spice mines by Chewbacca)
CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Ramon Rosanas
Bounty HuntersIssue: 12Date Published:

5/20/2021
First Appearance:

Caviness Thorn (bounty hunter)
CanonMarvelW: Ethan SacksA: Paolo Villanelli

Cover: Mattia De Iulis
Darth Vader Vol. 3Issue: 12Date Published:

5/26/2021
First Appearance:

Bokku (male Hutt)
CanonMarvelW: Greg PakA: Guiu Vilanova

Cover: Aaron Kuder
Doctor Aphra Vol. 2Issue: 10Date Published:

5/26/2021
Cameo:

Ebban Drake (male human, Domina Tagge's distant cousin),
Crae (humanoid lieutenant of Sixth Kin Crime Syndicate).
First cameo appearance of Durge (bounty hunter) in new Canon.CanonMarvel W: Alyssa WongA: Ray-Anthony Height, Victor Olazaba

Cover: Sway
War of the Bounty Hunters Issue: 1Date Published:

06/02/2021
First Appearance:

Marlo (1,000-year-old Hutt alive since High Republic era),
Vermillion (modified ZV-9 Freighter),
Tekrit (male bounty hunter),
Nalita (female bounty hunter),
Meeka (Hutt),
Trinia (human female Crimson Dawn operative with head tattoos)
First appearance in original (non adaptation) comics story:

Margo (Imroosian female Crimson Dawn Operative),
CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Luke Ross

Cover: Steve McNiven
Bounty HuntersIssue: 13Date Published:

6/9/2021
Cameo:

Deathstick (female bounty hunter/assassin),
Oruba (male Hutt, appears as statute in "Oruba Square on Nar Shaddaa)
Notes:

Deathstick is the daughter of the Nightsister witch, Shelish. She grew up in the Outer Rim territories and began as a street criminal. She gained notoriety through highly public assassinations of gang leaders. Deathstick had a run-in with the Empire which cost her the majority of her face which is why she wears the mask. She first appeared in the Kabam mobile game, Star Wars: Uprising.

Shelish first appeared in a collection of short stories by George Mann called Myths & Fables.
CanonMarvelW: Ethan SacksA: Paolo Villanelli
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: 5 Date Published:
6/16/2021
First appearance:

Stygmarn system,
Vrant Tarnum (planet),
Kharvashark Ruins (location of piece of mysterious purple-glowing, relic which was mentioned in Light of the Jedi and High Republic Adventures 2)
First reveal of Marchion Ro's unhelmeted face.

First mention of X-10, member of the Nihil.

Yael Nathan 1:10 Incentive Variant:

CanonIDWW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Harvey Tolibao,
Pow Rodrix,
Manuel Bracchi
Darth Vader Vol. 3Issue: 13Date Published:

6/23/2021
First Appearance:

Gak-Sixtoo (Bokku's Nav Droid).
Cameo:

Moore's Court ("Umbaran's Court", Moore plus four other unnamed characters, a Human, Trandoshan, Twi'lek, and helmeted character)
First time Sly Moore is identified by name in comic (identified as "Administrator Moore").CanonMarvel W: Greg PakA: Raffaele Ienco

Cover: Aaron Kuder
Star Wars Adventures (Vol. 2)Issue: 5Date Published:

6/23/2021
First Appearance:

Captain Talsma (male human),
C1-1KR ("Checker" Astromech Droid),
Tomarian (male human),
Rawlson (male Togruta),
Wellsley (female Togruta),
Belk,
Fleecs (female Weequay),
Telsla (male Abednedos),
Captain A'Shar Farless ("Fearless", male human imperial captain),
DT-JZ ("Jez", DT-Series Imperial Sentry Droid).
Francavilla Sketch Variant:



Ethan Beavers Variant:

CanonIDWW: Katie Cook,
Casey Gilly
A: Cara McGee,
Butch Mapa

Cover: Francesco Francavilla (A, Incentive Sketch), Ethan Beavers (B)
Doctor Aphra Vol. 2Issue: 11Date Published:

6/30/2021
First Appearance:

Ebban Drake (male human, Domina Tagge's distant cousin),
Opal Empress (Ebban Drake's Starship),
The Fleeting (Starship),
Cymote (parasitic alien species).
Cameo:

Crae (humanoid lieutenant of Sixth Kin Crime Syndicate)
Lord Gyuti (male Falleen Boss of Black Sun)(single panel, unnamed, no dialogue).
First full appearance of Durge (bounty hunter) in new Canon.

Tied for first canon cover appearance of Durge (bounty hunter) with CBE Variant/a>
CanonMarvel W: Alyssa WongA: Minkyu Jung

Cover: Sara Pichelli
Doctor Aphra Vol. 2Issue: 11(Comic Book Exclusives VariantDate Published:

6/30/2021
First Appearance:

Ebban Drake (male human, Domina Tagge's distant cousin),
Opal Empress (Ebban Drake's Starship),
The Fleeting (Starship),
Cymote (parasitic alien species).
Cameo:

Crae (humanoid lieutenant of Sixth Kin Crime Syndicate),
Lord Gyuti (male Falleen Boss of Black Sun)(single panel, unnamed, no dialogue).
Tied for first canon cover appearance of Durge with Cover ACanonMarvel W: Alyssa WongA: Minkyu Jung
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 6 Date Published:

6/30/2021
First Appearance:


Great Progenitor (first Drengir, species of sentient plants),
Gino'le (male Anacondan doctor, Chief of Medical Operations of Starlight Beacon),
Anacondan (snake-like sentient alien species).
Cameo:

Stellan Gios (Male human Jedi Master)(single panel).
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Georges Jeanty (penciller),
Karl Story (Inker).

Cover: Marco Turini
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 6 (Unknown Comics Exclusive) Date Published:

6/30/2021
First Cover Appearance:

Vernestra Rwoh (female Mirialan Jedi Knight)
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Georges Jeanty (penciller),
Karl Story (Inker).

Cover: Marco Turini
Bounty HuntersIssue: 14Date Published:

7/7/2021
First Appearance:

Deathstick (female bounty hunter/assassin),
Mama Stammoch (female human underworld fixer).

Cameo:

Oruba (male Hutt, appears in flashback),
Manaroo (female Azuran love interest of Dengar's),
Unidentified Falleen member of Shadow Collective,
Unidentified Mandalorian Super Commando member of Shadow Collective,
Unidentified Pyke member of Shadow Collective,
Unidentified Nite Owl member of Shadow Collective,
First cameo of 332nd clone company in "Ahsoka" orange helmets in comic.
First Cover Appearance (Cover A Giuseppe Camuncoli) of Deathstick.

Notes:

Deathstick is the daughter of the Nightsister witch, Shelish. She grew up in the Outer Rim territories and began as a street criminal. She gained notoriety through highly public assassinations of gang leaders. Deathstick had a run-in with the Empire which cost her the majority of her face which is why she wears the mask. She first appeared in the Kabam mobile game, Star Wars: Uprising.

Shelish first appeared in a collection of short stories by George Mann called Myths & Fables.
CanonMarvelW: Ethan SacksA: Paolo Villanelli
Star Wars Adventures (Vol. 2)Issue: 6Date Published:

7/7/2021
First Appearance:

Mari San Tekka (human female, ancestor of Lor San Tekka),
Dr. Kisma Uttersond ( Chadra-Fan male Nihil Doctor),
Ordo,
Garank,
Baheeoo
First Cover Appearance:


Francavilla Sketch Variant:



Francavilla Color Variant:

CanonIDWW: Katie Cook,
Daniel Jose Older
A: Cara McGee,
Nick Brokenshire

Cover: Francesco Francavilla (A, Incentive Sketch), Arianna Florean (B)
Doctor Aphra Vol. 2Issue: 12Date Published:

7/14/2021
First Appearance:

Xet (female Falleen member of the Black Sun),
Crae (male humanoid former lieutenant of Sixth Kin)
Cameo:

Lord Gyuti (male Falleen Boss of Black Sun)
CanonMarvel W: Alyssa WongA: Minkyu Jung

Cover: Sara Pichelli
War of the Bounty Hunters Issue: 2Date Published:

7/14/2021
First Appearance:

Lord Gyuti (male Falleen Boss of Black Sun).
CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Luke Ross

Cover: Steve McNiven
Darth Vader Vol. 3Issue: 14Date Published:

7/19/2021
First Cover Appearance:

Sly Moore (female Umbaran force adept and advisor to Palpatine)
CanonMarvelW: Greg PakA: Raffaele Ienco

Cover: Aaron Kuder
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: 6 Date Published:

7/19/2021
First Appearance:

Geode (Vintian Male navigator of The Vessel),
Leox Gyasi (human male pilot of the Vessel, member of the Byne Guild),
Affie Hollow (female human co-pilot of the Vessel, Byne Guild operative),
Obratuk (Parwan male Jedi Master)
Cameo:

Tal Bota (human male Jedi Master, lived long before High Republic era)
CanonIDWW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Harvey Tolibao
War of the Bounty Hunters: Jabba The HuttIssue: 1 Date Published:

7/21/2021
First Appearance:

Deva Lompop (a Shani female bounty hunter and mercenary who operated from the time of the High Republic into the Imperial Era),
Jam Brock (an enforcer for the Hutt council).
CanonMarvelW: Justina IrelandA: Luca Pizzari
War of the Bounty Hunters: Jabba The HuttIssue: 1 (1:25 Coello Incentive variant) Date Published:

7/21/2021
First Appearance:

Deva Lompop (a Shani female bounty hunter and mercenary who operated from the time of the High Republic into the Imperial Era),
Jam Brock (an enforcer for the Hutt council).
First Cover:

Deva Lompop (tied with Chang variant )
CanonMarvelW: Justina IrelandA: Luca Pizzari
War of the Bounty Hunters: Jabba The HuttIssue: 1 (Chang variant) Date Published:

7/21/2021
First Appearance:

Deva Lompop (a Shani female bounty hunter and mercenary who operated from the time of the High Republic into the Imperial Era),
Jam Brock (an enforcer for the Hutt council).
First Cover:

Deva Lompop (tied with 1:25 Coello Incentive variant)
CanonMarvelW: Justina IrelandA: Luca Pizzari
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 7 Date Published:

7/28/2021
First Appearance:

KC-78 (Astromech droid stationed on Starlight Beacon),
Darth Krall ( "Radaki", force-sensitive individual who left Jedi Order, part of the "Lost Twenty"),
Velko Jahen (Soikan female who served as an aide on Starlight Beacon space station),
Orla Jareni (Umbaran female Jedi Master and Wayseeker)
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Georges Jeanty

Cover: Phil Noto
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 7 (Mike Mayhew Studio Variant) Date Published:

7/28/2021
First Appearance:

KC-78 (Astromech droid stationed on Starlight Beacon),
Darth Krall ( "Radaki", force-sensitive individual who left Jedi Order, part of the "Lost Twenty"),
Velko Jahen (Soikan female who served as an aide on Starlight Beacon space station),
Orla Jareni (Umbaran female Jedi Master and Wayseeker)
First Cover Appearance:

Darth Krall (a.k.a. "Radaki", member of Lost Twenty who left Jedi order after being seduced by the dark side.First mentioned in Cavan Scott’s audiobook Dooku: Jedi Lost.)

Virgin Cover Option Available:


CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Georges Jeanty

Cover: Mike Mayhew
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 7 (Unknown Comics Marco Turini Variant) Date Published:

7/28/2021
First Appearance:

KC-78 (Astromech droid stationed on Starlight Beacon),
Darth Krall ( "Radaki", force-sensitive individual who left Jedi Order, part of the "Lost Twenty"),
Velko Jahen (Soikan female who served as an aide on Starlight Beacon space station).
Orla Jareni (Umbaran female Jedi Master and Wayseeker)


First Cover Appearance:

Orla Jareni (Umbaran female Jedi Master and Wayseeker)
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Georges Jeanty

Cover: Marco Turini
Star Wars (vol. 3 2020) Issue: 15Date Published:

7/28/2021
First Appearance:

Lieutenant Bonnard (female imperial officer),
Admiral Kalaxo (male imperial officer),
Ab Dalis (planet).
CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Ramon Rosanas
Star Wars Adventures (Vol. 2)Issue: 7 (Francavilla Cover ADate Published:

7/28/2021
First Appearance:

Sidon Ithano (Crimson Corsair)(male Delphidian pirate),
Quiggold (Gabdarin pirate, Crimson Corsair's first mate),
The Crimson Corsair's Speeder (a customized Zebulan Dak designed to look like his helmet),
Squeaky (male Gamorrean member of Corsair's crew),
Reveth (female Twi’lek, systems expert/slicer, member of Corsair's crew),
CT-6116 ( “Kix”, male clone who discovered the Sith plot to destroy the Jedi during the Clone Wars and was put into stasis by Dooku before he could reveal the plot),
Gruk (male humanoid pirate),
Cameo:

Meerou Woodring (Orooturooian female crime lord).
CanonIDWW: Sam Maggs (The Princess and the Bog, a Twin Tale),
Landry Walker (The Crimson Corsair and the Crime Lords of the Barren Rim)
A: Liana Kangas (The Princess and the Bog, a Twin Tale),
Nick Brokenshire (The Crimson Corsair and the Crime Lords of the Barren Rim)
Star Wars Adventures (Vol. 2)Issue: 7 (Brokenshire Cover BDate Published:

7/28/2021
First Appearance:

Sidon Ithano (Crimson Corsair)(male Delphidian pirate),
Quiggold (Gabdarin pirate, Crimson Corsair's first mate),
The Crimson Corsair's Speeder (a customized Zebulan Dak designed to look like his helmet),
Squeaky (male Gamorrean member of Corsair's crew),
Reveth (female Twi’lek, systems expert/slicer, member of Corsair's crew),
CT-6116 ( “Kix”, male clone who discovered the Sith plot to destroy the Jedi during the Clone Wars and was put into stasis by Dooku before he could reveal the plot),
Gruk (male humanoid pirate),
Cameo:

Meerou Woodring (Orooturooian female crime lord).
First Cover Appearance:

Sidon Ithano (Crimson Corsair)(male Delphidian pirate)
CanonIDWW: Sam Maggs (The Princess and the Bog, a Twin Tale),
Landry Walker (The Crimson Corsair and the Crime Lords of the Barren Rim)
A: Liana Kangas (The Princess and the Bog, a Twin Tale),
Nick Brokenshire (The Crimson Corsair and the Crime Lords of the Barren Rim)
Bounty HuntersIssue: 15Date Published:

8/4/2021
First Appearance:

Rodrigu Battle (Male Zabrak pit-fighter).
CanonMarvelW: Ethan SacksA: Paolo Villanelli

Cover: Giuseppe Camuncoli
War of the Bounty Hunters: Jabba The HuttIssue: 1 Date Published:

8/4/2021
First Appearance:

Sardis Ramsin (male sandtrooper dispatched to Tattooine to find the droids R2-D2 and C-3PO. He became disillusioned with his duties and abandoned the Stormtrooper Corps to ride Dewbacks in the desert.)(Sardis Ramsin has been in a couple novels and short stories up until this point (“A Bad Feeling About This” in The Original Trilogy Stories , Last Shot , “Born in the Storm” and “Bump” in From a <From A Certain Point of View , along with Episode IV: A New Hope),
Trot (male Lurmen member of Jega's Squad),
Kaj (female Chagrian member of Jega's Squad),
Mareesee (female Volpai sniper and member of Jega's Squad),
Hormf (male Besalisk and member of Jega's Squad),
Jega's Squad (a group of criminals that operated on the moon Nar Shaddaa, based out of Jega's Music Hall and Petting Zoo in Wormstew Town)
4-LOM re-programmed and refitted as Spider-Droid,
Cribiriz Idollax (Insectoid alien, brother of Sribiriz Idollax),
Sribiriz Idollax (Insectoid alien, brother of Cribiriz Idollax)
Second Appearance:

Deva Lompop

First Cover:

4-LOM in Spider-Droid form on Superlog Variant.

CanonMarvelW: Daniel José OlderA: Kei Zama
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 8 Date Published:

8/11/2021
First Appearance:

Cohmac Vitus (Male human Jedi Master),
Reath Silas (male human Jedi Padawan).
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Ario Anindito

Cover: Phil Noto
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 8 (Anindito Variant) Date Published:

8/11/2021
First Appearance:

Cohmac Vitus (Male human Jedi Master),
Reath Silas (male human Jedi Padawan).
First Cover Appearance:

Myarga the Benevolent (female Hutt)
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Ario Anindito

Cover: Ario Anindito
The High Republic Adventures — The Monster of Temple PeakIssue: 1 Date Published:

8/11/2021
First Appearance:

Ty Yorrick (female Tholothian former Jedi, who is now a saber-for-hire, mercenary monster hunter),
KL-03 ("Klo", Ty's droid),
RO-VR ("Rover", Ty's droid),
Triv Blago (purple-skinned black market animal dealer),
Layton Wyke (human male Moof farmer),
Pela (human female Moof farmer, Layton's niece),
Klias Teradine (male human Jedi Padawan),
Cibaba (male Azumel Jedi Master).
CanonIDWW: Cavan ScottA: Rachael Stott
The High Republic Adventures Issue: FCBD 2021 Date Published:

8/14/2021
First Appearance:

Ram Jomaram (human male Jedi Padawan),
V-18 (droid),
Tip (male Bonbrak),
Nihil scavenger droids,
Sanval (large dragon-like creature).
First Cover:

Ram Jomaram (male human Jedi)
CanonIDWW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Harvey Talibao

Cover: Nick Brokenshire
The High Republic The Edge of Balance Issue: FCBD 2021 Date Published:

8/14/2021
First Appearance:

Stellan Gios (Male human Jedi Master),
Jedi Master Arkoff (male Wookiee Jedi Master),
Lily Tora-Asi (Jedi human female).
Cameo:

Mr. Zetar (human male settler);
Mr. Kooba (human male settler).
First Cover:

Lily Tora-Asi (Jedi human female)
CanonVizW: Justina Ireland, Shima ShinyaA:
Mizuki Sakakibara
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: 7 Date Published:

8/18/2021
Cameo:

Loden Greatstorm (male Twi'lek Jedi master),
Rah Barocci, (male human Jedi)
Jora Malli (female Togruta Jedi master).
CanonIDWW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Harvey Tolibao
LEGO Star Wars Magazine Issue: 75Date Published:

09/2021
First Appearance in LEGO Star Wars comic:
Din Djarin ("The Mandalorian")(msle human member of fundamentalist Mandalorian covert of exiles);
Grogu (a.k.a. "The Child" or "Baby Yoda")

LegendsImmediate Media in UK/Canada;
Baby Whale in the rest of Europe
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 9Date Published:

09/01/2021
First Appearance:

Zeetar (a male Talpini Tempest Runner for the Nihil)
Cameo:

Lourna Dee (female Twi'lek Tempest Runner for the Nihil);
Ghal Tarpfen (Mon Calamari chief of Security for Starlight Beacon);
Nooranbakarakana (Frozian Jedi.);
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Ario Anindito (Cover) Phil Noto
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: 8Date Published:

09/01/2021
First Appearance:

Sav Malagan (female Kyuzo Jedi)
CanonIDWW: Daniel Jose Older A: Toni Bruno (Cover) Harvey Tolibao
The High Republic The Edge of Balance Issue: Volume 1 Graphic Novel Date Published:

9/7/2021
First Appearance:

Nima (human female Jedi Youngling); Viv’Nia (Togruta female Jedi Youngling); Keetin (male human Jedi padawan)(Lily's Padawan)
Ru-Ru (female jedi)
Deedee (droid)
Mr. Zetar (human male settler);
Mr. Kooba (human male settler).
CanonVizW: Justina Ireland, Shima ShinyaA:
Mizuki Sakakibara
War of the Bounty Hunters: BoushhIssue: 1 Date Published:

9/14/2021
First Appearance:

Boushh (Male Ubesian bounty hunter)(made a prior cameo in the online only web comic "Evasive Action: Prey" which has yet to be reprinted in physical media, and in Star Wars Adventures #13 (8/2013));

Rans (Ubesian bounty hunter and part of Boushhs crew);

Brene (Ubesian bounty hunter and part of Boushhs crew);

Hareck (Ubesian bounty hunter and part of Boushhs crew);

Ilini (Ubesian bounty hunter and part of Boushhs crew).
CanonMarvelW: Alyssa WongA: David Baldeon;
Cover: Mahmud Asrar
War of the Bounty Hunters: Boushh Issue: 1 Noto VariantDate Published:

9/14/2021
First Appearance:

Boushh (Male Ubesian bounty hunter)(made a prior cameo in the online only web comic "Evasive Action: Prey" which has yet to be reprinted in physical media, and in Star Wars Adventures #13 (8/2013));

Rans (Ubesian bounty hunter and part of Boushhs crew);

Brene (Ubesian bounty hunter and part of Boushhs crew);

Hareck (Ubesian bounty hunter and part of Boushhs crew);

Ilini (Ubesian bounty hunter and part of Boushhs crew).
First Cover:

Margo (Imroosian female)(Qi'ra's right-hand woman in Crimson Dawn)
CanonMarvelW: Alyssa Wong
War of the Bounty Hunters: BoushhIssue: 1 Randolph VariantDate Published:

9/14/2021
First Appearance:

Boushh (Male Ubesian bounty hunter)(made a prior cameo in the online only web comic "Evasive Action: Prey" which has yet to be reprinted in physical media, and in Star Wars Adventures #13 (8/2013));

Rans (Ubesian bounty hunter and part of Boushhs crew);

Brene (Ubesian bounty hunter and part of Boushhs crew);

Hareck (Ubesian bounty hunter and part of Boushhs crew);

Ilini (Ubesian bounty hunter and part of Boushhs crew).
CanonMarvelW: Alyssa Wong
Star Wars Adventures (Vol. 2)Issue: 10Date Published:

9/29/2021
First Appearance:

Zak Arranda (Alderaanian orphan who got adopted by their uncle Hoole, brother to Tash);
Tash Arranda (Alderaanian orphan who got adopted by their uncle Hoole, Sister to Zak);
Hoole (an anthropologist who adopted his niece and nephew Zak and Tash. He has a history of experimentation, including work for Palpatine (at least in Legends);
Cameo:

DV-9 (Hoole's droid)(unnamed)
CanonIDWW: Michael Moreci, Dave Scheidt A: Michael Avon Oeming, Stefano Simeone; Cover: Francesco Francavilla
Star Wars Adventures (Vol. 2)Issue: 10 Simeone Cover BDate Published:

9/29/2021
First Appearance:

Zak Arranda (Alderaanian orphan who got adopted by their uncle Hoole, brother to Tash);
Tash Arranda (Alderaanian orphan who got adopted by their uncle Hoole, Sister to Zak);
Hoole (an anthropologist who adopted his niece and nephew Zak and Tash. He has a history of experimentation, including work for Palpatine (at least in Legends);
Cameo:

DV-9 (Hoole's droid)(unnamed)
First Cover:

Zak Arranda ;
Tash Arranda ;
Hoole
CanonIDWW: Michael Moreci, Dave Scheidt A: Michael Avon Oeming, Stefano Simeone; Cover: Stefano Simeone
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: 9 Date Published:

10/06/2021
First Appearance:

HURID-37 (Maz Kananta' load lifter droid)(previously made a cameo in The Force Awakens Adaptation 3;
Bareen and Sabata Krill (the Krill Sisters)(Nihil operatives);
Farks (Patrolian male);
Vonduun Crabs (giant crabs native to Zav Alox, the Aloxians steal their skulls for headdresses)

Origin:

Qort (Aloxian male padawan during the High Republic Era)(was abandoned and then adopted by Maz Kanata)
CanonIDWW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Toni Bruno;
Cover: Harvey Tolibao
Doctor Aphra Vol. 2Issue: 15Date Published:

10/13/2021
First Appearance:

The Thought Dowser (ancient artifact used by a religious cult named the Ascendant)
Cameo:

The Ascendant (ancient religious cult)
CanonMarvelW: Alyssa WongA: Minkyu Jung

Cover: Sara Pichelli
Star Wars: The High Republic Trail of ShadowsIssue: 1 Date Published:

10/13/2021
First Appearance:

Emerick Caphtor (male human Jedi Knight);
Cuetoo (Emerick's droid);
Sian Holt (human female private investigator);
Keefar Branto (male human underworld informant);
Arathab Fel (black market arms dealer)
Cameo:

Indeera Stokes (female Tholothian Jedi Knight);
Bell Zettifar (male human Jedi Padawan)
CanonMarvelW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Dave Wachter; (Cover) Ario Anindito
War of the Bounty Hunters Issue: 5Date Published:

10/13/2021
Cameo:

The Archivist (Sava Madelin Sun)
Imara Vex (Bounty hunter who will appeara as a playable character in the Star Wars: Hunters video game from Lucasfilm Games and Zynga)(unnamed single page, no dialogue);
4 Unidentified Humanoids (unnamed single page, no dialogue);
Unidentified Togorian (unnamed single page, no dialogue);
Unidentified Twi'lek (unnamed single page, no dialogue);
Unidentified Droid (unnamed single page, no dialogue)
CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Luke Ross;
(Cover) Steve McNiven
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 10Date Published:

10/20/2021
First Appearance:

Lourna Dee (female Twi'lek Tempest Runner for the Nihil);
Cameo:

The Great Leveler (a mysterious Nihil weapon/beast that killed Master Loden Greatstorm)(otherwise called the Nameless)(appear as Jedi hallucination)
Cover B by Georges Jeannty depicts Lourna Dee:

CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Ario Anindito (Cover) Phil Noto
Star Wars Adventures (Vol. 2)Issue: 11Date Published:

10/20/2021
First Appearance:

Isla Mantra (new X-Wing Rogue Squadron Member)
Lyle Kullan (new X-Wing Rogue Squadron Member);
Ibti Myrak (new X-Wing Rogue Squadron Member)
CanonIDWW: Cavan Scott; Anne TooleA: Manuel Bracchi; Nick Brokenshire;
Francesco Francavilla (Cover A)
Life Day Issue: 1Date Published:

10/27/2021
First Appearance:

Jedi Master Nib Assek, (female human);
Jedi Padawan Burryaga, Agaburry (male Wookiee)(made a prior unnamed cameo without dialogue in one panel of High Republic #1 (Marvel 2021), then a second unnamed cameo without dialogue in High Republic #9 (Marvel 2021) );
Oga Garra (female Blutopian owner of Oga’s Cantina, a drinking establishment in Black Spire Outpost on the planet Batuu);
Reeg Brosna , (Arcona male pirate, member of the Crimson Corsair’s crew)
First canon mention:

Lumpawaroo (male Wookiee, Chewbacca's son); Mallatobuck (female Wookiee, Chewbacca's wife);

First canon appearance:

Attichitcuk (Male Wookiee, Chewbacca's father).

Presence of Drengir on Batuu during Sequel era shown.
CanonMarvelW: Cavan Scott (Framing story);
Justina Ireland ("Deck the Halls");
Jody Houser ("Gift of Light");
Steve Orlando ("Paid on Delivery").
A:

Pencils:

Ivan Fiorelli (Framing story)
Kei Zama ("Gift of Light")
Paul Fry ("Paid on Delivery")
Georges Jeanty ("Deck the Halls")

Inks:

Ivan Fiorelli (Framing story)
Kei Zama ("Gift of Light")
Paul Fry ("Paid on Delivery")
Victor Olazaba ("Deck the Halls")

Cover:

Phil Noto (A);
Jan Duursema (B);
Chris Sprouse (1:25 Incentive)
War of the Bounty Hunters IG-88 Issue: 1Date Published:

10/27/2021
First Appearance:

RB-919 (Android droid mechanic)
CanonMarvelW: Rodney BarnesA: Guiu Vilanova;
Mahmud Asrar (Cover)
Doctor Aphra Vol. 2Issue: 16Date Published:

11/17/2021
First Appearance:

Murl (Toydarian “Slicer Doc”);
Cameo:

Kho Phon Farrus (non-binary archaeologist, obsessed with the dark side of the Force and occult rituals, attended Bar’Leth (university) with Aphra)(hooded, unnamed)
Cover is an homage to Domina Tagge's first U.S. Appearance, Star Wars 35



CanonMarvel W: Alyssa WongA: Minkyu Jung

Cover: Sara Pichelli
Star Wars: The High Republic Trail of ShadowsIssue: 2 11/24/2021First Appearance:

Ghirra Starros (female human Republic Senator);
Director Barquet (Republic Intelligence Director)
CanonMarvelW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Dave Wachter; (Cover) David Lopez
Star Wars Adventures (Vol. 2)Issue: 1211/24/2021First Appearance:

Garn Stewer (human male, chief technician of the starship maintenance crew in the Alliance to Restore the Republic’s base on the moon Yavin 4. Garn appeared in Rogue One film);
QT-KT (A pink astromech droid QT is a member of the D-Squad and owned by Aayla Secura. QT-KT is derived from another droid named R2-KT. When developing the Clone Wars, the name was changed from “R2-KT” to avoid confusion with R2-D2. R2-KT was created to memorialize Katie Johnson, daughter of Albin Johnson, founder of the 501st Legion Star Wars costuming group. Katie Johnson died of pediatric brain cancer at the age of seven. The last page of this issue dedicates the issue to Katie Johnson.)
CanonIDWW: Cavan Scott,
Andrew Griffith
A: Manuel Bracchi;
Andrew Griffith;
Francesco Francavilla (Cover)
Star Wars Adventures (Vol. 2)Issue: Annual 2021Date Published:

11/24/2021
First Appearance:

Bralem Mopek,(a male Nimbanel like Mosep Bineed from Star Wars #2 (Marvel 1977));
Kerrad (Gotal trader);
Traff (male Ughnaught);Moxxin (male human); Vandaya (female human);
Wonn Ionstrike (paralyzed human male crime lord).
First canon appearance:

Hoojibs (a rabbit-like creature that feeds on power sources like Mynocks do. First appeared in Star Wars #55 (Marvel 1977)).
IDWW: Cavan Scott,
Chip Zdarsky,
Jason Loo.
A: Arianna Florean,
Jason Loo
Bounty HuntersIssue: 18Date Published:

12/1/2021
First Appearance:

Captain Tarl Sokoli (male human Imperial Stormtrooper Captain, a.k.a. the "Spine Dragon of Anaxes");
Dark Squadron (Elite Tie Fighter Squadron)
CanonMarvelW: Ethan SacksA: Ramon Bachs
Bounty HuntersIssue: 18 Acuna VariantDate Published:

12/1/2021
First Appearance:

Captain Tarl Sokoli (male human Imperial Stormtrooper Captain, a.k.a. the "Spine Dragon of Anaxes");
Dark Squadron (Elite Tie Fighter Squadron)
Beilert Valance first appears with an Inferno Squadron insignia on his fatigues on cover.CanonMarvelW: Ethan SacksA: Ramon Bachs
Crimson ReignIssue: 1Date Published:

12/1/2021
First Appearance:

The Archivist (Sava Madelin Sun) (female human narrates this issue)(Made a previous unnamed cameo without dialogue in War of the Bounty Hunters 5);
Sear(female human)(Made a previous unnamed cameo without dialogue in War of the Bounty Hunters 5);
Ladybright(female identifying droid)(Made a previous unnamed cameo without dialogue in War of the Bounty Hunters 5);
Imara Vex (Female Human)(Made a previous unnamed cameo without dialogue in War of the Bounty Hunters 5);
Marinda (member of Knights of Ren)(Made a previous unnamed cameo without dialogue in War of the Bounty Hunters 5)

First Canon Comic Mention:

Prince Xizor (alleen crime lord of the Black Sun syndicate).

First unmasked Deathstick.
CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Steven Cummings;

Cover: Lenil Francis Lu
Crimson Reign tIssue: 1 Turini VariantDate Published:

12/1/2021
First Appearance:

The Archivist (female human narrates this issue)(Made a previous unnamed cameo without dialogue in War of the Bounty Hunters 5);
Sear(female human)(Made a previous unnamed cameo without dialogue in War of the Bounty Hunters 5);
Ladybright(female identifying droid)(Made a previous unnamed cameo without dialogue in War of the Bounty Hunters 5);
Imara Vex (Female Human)(Made a previous unnamed cameo without dialogue in War of the Bounty Hunters 5);
Marinda (member of Knights of Ren)(Made a previous unnamed cameo without dialogue in War of the Bounty Hunters 5)
First Cover:

Sear(female human)(Made a previous unnamed cameo without dialogue in War of the Bounty Hunters 5);

First Canon Comic Mention:

Prince Xizor (alleen crime lord of the Black Sun syndicate).

First unmasked Deathstick.
CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Steven Cummings;

Cover: Marco Turini
Darth Vader Vol. 3Issue: 18Date Published:

12/1/2021
First Appearance:

Revengers (an anti-Crimson Dawn vigilante group recruited by Darth Vader);
Ankala (human female leader of the Revengers);
S'ira (Weequay member of the Revengers);
Tanka (Trandoshan member of Revengers);
Gee-Ninety (droid member of Assassin's guild);
Loriach (Alazmec female member of Assassin's guild, Sniper);
Chilla Zin (four-armed insectoid male member of Assassin's Guild);
Cygnus Anton (avian male, Chief Regional Auditor in the Galactic Empire, also associated with Crimson Dawn);
CanonMarvelW: Greg PakA: Leonard Kirk
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: 812/1/2021First Appearance of a ship of the same type as the Halcyon Legacy (the Galactic Starcruiser ship).CanonIDWW: Daniel José Older
A:
Harvey Tolibao
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: 11 Date Published:

12/1/2021
First Appearance of a ship of the same type as the Halcyon Legacy (the Galactic Starcruiser ship).

CanonIDWW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Harvey Tolibao
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: 11 Loo Variant12/1/2021First Appearance of a ship of the same type as the Halcyon Legacy (the Galactic Starcruiser ship).
First Cover:

Jedi Padawan Burryaga Agaburry (male Wookiee);
Kantam Sy (Male Human Jedi Master)
CanonIDWW: Daniel José Older
A:
Harvey Tolibao

Cover: Jason Loo
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 12Date Published:

12/15/2021
First Appearance:

Great Hall (A floating platform, meeting place of the Nihil in No-Space);
No-Space (An inaccessible area where the Nihil's Great Hall is located);
Magrak Syndrome (A condition that afflicts only Trandoshians);
Monshi (Jedi)
CanonMarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Ario Anindito (Cover) Phil Noto
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: Annual 202112/15/2021First Appearance:

Loden Greatstorm Twi'lek male Jedi Master ), Porter Engle (male human Jedi Master),
Indeera Stokes (female Tholothian Jedi Knight),
Bell Zettifar (male human Jedi Padawan),
Ember (Charhound),
Vanguard (tread vehicle driven by Jedi),
Lynela Kabe-Oyu( Kel Dor Jedi Master ),
Queen Nyla ( human female Queen of the planet Hynestia );
Barchibar (Weequay member of Alys Ongwa's security crew on Corellia);
Fezzonk (Dowutin member of the security crew led by Alys Ongwa);
K8 ( Alys Ongwa's droid);
Alys Ongwa, (nicknamed Crash, human female who lived on Corellia, styled after author Alyssa Wong);
Ovarto (operative in the security team led by Alys Ongwa);
Prybolt (Grindalid operative in the security crew led by Alys Ongwa);
Smeemarm (Arcona operative in the security team led by Alys Ongwa);
CanonIDWW: Claudia Gray ("No Stone Unturned);
Justina Ireland ("First Mission");
Daniel José Older ("Crash and the Crew Do What They Do");
Cavan Scott ("The Haul");
Charles Soule ("Set For Life")
A:Sam Beck ("Set For Life");
Jesse Lonegran ("Crash and the Crew Do What They Do");
Jason Loo ("No Stone Unturned");
Yael Nathan ("First Mission");
Stefano Simeone ("The Haul")
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: Annual 2021 (Loo Variant)12/15/2021First Appearance:

Loden Greatstorm Twi'lek male Jedi Master ), Porter Engle (male human Jedi Master),
Indeera Stokes (female Tholothian Jedi Knight),
Bell Zettifar (male human Jedi Padawan),
Ember (Charhound),
Vanguard (tread vehicle driven by Jedi),
Lynela Kabe-Oyu( Kel Dor Jedi Master ),
Queen Nyla ( human female Queen of the planet Hynestia );
Barchibar (Weequay member of Alys Ongwa's security crew on Corellia);
Fezzonk (Dowutin member of the security crew led by Alys Ongwa);
K8 ( Alys Ongwa's droid);
Alys Ongwa, (nicknamed Crash, human female who lived on Corellia, styled after author Alyssa Wong);
Ovarto (operative in the security team led by Alys Ongwa);
Prybolt (Grindalid operative in the security crew led by Alys Ongwa);
Smeemarm (Arcona operative in the security team led by Alys Ongwa);
First Cover:

Porter Engle (male human Jedi Master).
CanonIDWW: Claudia Gray ("No Stone Unturned);
Justina Ireland ("First Mission");
Daniel José Older ("Crash and the Crew Do What They Do");
Cavan Scott ("The Haul");
Charles Soule ("Set For Life")
A:Sam Beck ("Set For Life");
Jesse Lonegran ("Crash and the Crew Do What They Do");
Jason Loo ("No Stone Unturned");
Yael Nathan ("First Mission");
Stefano Simeone ("The Haul")
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: Annual 2021 (TFAW Jon Lam Exclusive)12/15/2021First Appearance:

Loden Greatstorm Twi'lek male Jedi Master ), Porter Engle (male human Jedi Master),
Indeera Stokes (female Tholothian Jedi Knight),
Bell Zettifar (male human Jedi Padawan),
Ember (Charhound),
Vanguard (tread vehicle driven by Jedi),
Lynela Kabe-Oyu( Kel Dor Jedi Master ),
Queen Nyla ( human female Queen of the planet Hynestia );
Barchibar (Weequay member of Alys Ongwa's security crew on Corellia);
Fezzonk (Dowutin member of the security crew led by Alys Ongwa);
K8 ( Alys Ongwa's droid);
Alys Ongwa, (nicknamed Crash, human female who lived on Corellia, styled after author Alyssa Wong);
Ovarto (operative in the security team led by Alys Ongwa);
Prybolt (Grindalid operative in the security crew led by Alys Ongwa);
Smeemarm (Arcona operative in the security team led by Alys Ongwa);
First Cover:

Bell Zettifar (male human Jedi Padawan),
Ember (Charhound),


(tied with That Dude Books Harvey Exclusive)
CanonIDWW: Claudia Gray ("No Stone Unturned);
Justina Ireland ("First Mission");
Daniel José Older ("Crash and the Crew Do What They Do");
Cavan Scott ("The Haul");
Charles Soule ("Set For Life")
A:Sam Beck ("Set For Life");
Jesse Lonegran ("Crash and the Crew Do What They Do");
Jason Loo ("No Stone Unturned");
Yael Nathan ("First Mission");
Stefano Simeone ("The Haul")
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: Annual 2021 (That Dude Books Harvey Exclusive)12/15/2021First Appearance:

Loden Greatstorm Twi'lek male Jedi Master ), Porter Engle (male human Jedi Master),
Indeera Stokes (female Tholothian Jedi Knight),
Bell Zettifar (male human Jedi Padawan),
Ember (Charhound),
Vanguard (tread vehicle driven by Jedi),
Lynela Kabe-Oyu( Kel Dor Jedi Master ),
Queen Nyla ( human female Queen of the planet Hynestia );
Barchibar (Weequay member of Alys Ongwa's security crew on Corellia);
Fezzonk (Dowutin member of the security crew led by Alys Ongwa);
K8 ( Alys Ongwa's droid);
Alys Ongwa, (nicknamed Crash, human female who lived on Corellia, styled after author Alyssa Wong);
Ovarto (operative in the security team led by Alys Ongwa);
Prybolt (Grindalid operative in the security crew led by Alys Ongwa);
Smeemarm (Arcona operative in the security team led by Alys Ongwa);
First Cover:

Bell Zettifar (male human Jedi Padawan),
Ember (Charhound),


(tied with TFAW Jon Lam Exclusive)
CanonIDWW: Claudia Gray ("No Stone Unturned);
Justina Ireland ("First Mission");
Daniel José Older ("Crash and the Crew Do What They Do");
Cavan Scott ("The Haul");
Charles Soule ("Set For Life")
A:Sam Beck ("Set For Life");
Jesse Lonegran ("Crash and the Crew Do What They Do");
Jason Loo ("No Stone Unturned");
Yael Nathan ("First Mission");
Stefano Simeone ("The Haul")
Doctor Aphra Vol. 2Issue: 171/5/2022First Appearance:

Kho Phon Farrus (non-binary archaeologist, obsessed with the dark side of the Force and occult rituals, attended Bar’Leth (university) with Aphra)
CanonMarvel W: Alyssa WongA: Minkyu Jung

Cover: Sara Pichelli
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: 12Date Published:

01/12/2022
First Appearance:

Tabakan (Dug Jedi Master)
CanonIDWW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Harvey Tolibao
Star Wars: The High Republic Eye of the Storm Issue: 1 Date Published:

01/12/2022
First Appearance:

Everon (planet, ancestral home of the Evereni);
Asgar Ro (Marchion Ro's father, and previous Eye of the Nihil);
Shalla Ro (Marchion Ro's Grandmother);
Kassav (Nihil Tempest Runner);
Pan Eyta (Nihil Tempest Runner)
The Evereni, Marchion Ro's species, first identified.

Marchion Ro's Origin begins.
CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Guillermo Sanna

Cover; Ryan Brown
Star Wars Issue: 20 Date Published:

01/12/2022
First Appearance:

Elzar Mann (as a mental imprint taken by a planet, male human Jedi from the High Republic era);
Gazian (Planet, a vergence in the Force that takes a mental imprint of its visitors)
CanonMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Marco Castiello

Cover: Pagulayan
Star Wars The High Republic Galactic Bake-Off Spectacular Issue: One ShotDate Published:

01/19/2022
First Appearance:

Gabino (Jedi Youngling);
Kaimo (Jedi Youngling);
Voyager Dawn (Jedi space ship housing elderly Jedi on a meditation retreat);
Master Fambola (elderly Jedi aboard Voyager Dawn);
Master Griswal (elderly Jedi aboard Voyager Dawn);
Captain Kardo (male Mon Calamari captain on Republic ship).
CanonIDWW: Daniel José Older;
Vita Ayala
A: Toni Bruno;
Jo Cheol-Hong
Crimson Reign Issue: 2Date Published:

2/2/2022
First Appearance:

Zlarb (Human male slaver)
Partial origin of DeathstickMarvelW: Charles SouleA: Steven Cummings;
Crimson Reign Issue: 2 Rahzzah VariantDate Published:

2/2/2022
First Appearance:

Zlarb (Human male slaver)
Partial origin of Deathstick

First Cover:

Marinda (female Knight of Ren)
MarvelW: Charles SouleA: Steven Cummings;
Crimson Reign Issue: 2 Pham VariantDate Published:

2/2/2022
First Appearance:

Zlarb (Human male slaver)
Partial origin of Deathstick

First Cover:

Lord Gyuti (Male Falleen Crime Lord of Black Sun)
MarvelW: Charles SouleA: Steven Cummings;
Darth Vader Vol. 3Issue: 20 Date Published:

2/9/2022
First Canon Comic Appearance:

Narglatch ( cat-like creature).
CanonMarvelW: Greg PakA: Raffaelle Ienco
Darth Vader Vol. 3Issue: 20 Sprouse Lucasfilm 50th Anniversary VariantDate Published:

2/9/2022
First Cover (In traditional comic book format):

The Mandalorian, Din Djarin (protagonist of the Disney+ show "The Mandalorian");
Grogu ("Baby Yoda", a young member of the same species as Jedi Master Yoda)

Din Djarin and Grogu have appeared on numerous magazines prior to this. Din Djarin and Grogu also appeared on the Screen Comix Graphic Novel (3/24/2021). Screen Comix was a digest size graphic novel with screen shots from the first 4 episodes of The Mandalorian Season 1.



Darth Vader 20 Second Print "Beskar" Variant:



First Canon Comic Appearance:

Narglatch ( cat-like creature).
CanonMarvelW: Greg PakA: Raffaelle Ienco

Halcyon Legacy Issue: 1Date Published:

2/9/2022
First Appearance:

D3-09 (droid serving on the Halcyon Legacy);
Lady Cimina (female Tholothian passenger on Halcyon Legacy);
Shorr Komrin, (male Tholothian passenger on Halcyon Legacy);
Riyola Keevan (Pantoran female starship captain of the Halcyon Legacy);
Shug Drabor (male Anzellan engineer. He designed the starcruiser Halcyon);
Gol Ponk (Kel Dor Captain of the Halcyon during the High Republic)
First Canon Appearance:

Crimson Jack (male human pirate nicknamed "Redbeard"),
CanonMarvelW: Ethan SacksA: Will Sliney

Cover: E.M. Gist
Halcyon Legacy Issue: 1 1:10 Attraction VariantDate Published:

2/9/2022
First Appearance:

D3-09 (droid serving on the Halcyon Legacy);
Lady Cimina (female Tholothian passenger on Halcyon Legacy);
Shorr Komrin, (male Tholothian passenger on Halcyon Legacy);
Riyola Keevan (Pantoran female starship captain of the Halcyon Legacy);
Shug Drabor (male Anzellan engineer. He designed the starcruiser Halcyon);
Gol Ponk (Kel Dor Captain of the Halcyon during the High Republic)
First Cover:

D3-09 (droid serving on the Halcyon Legacy);
First Canon Appearance:

Crimson Jack (male human pirate nicknamed "Redbeard"),
CanonMarvelW: Ethan SacksA: Will Sliney
Halcyon Legacy Issue: 1 Ferry VariantDate Published:

2/9/2022
First Appearance:

D3-09 (droid serving on the Halcyon Legacy);
Lady Cimina (female Tholothian passenger on Halcyon Legacy);
Shorr Komrin, (male Tholothian passenger on Halcyon Legacy);
Riyola Keevan (Pantoran female starship captain of the Halcyon Legacy);
Shug Drabor (male Anzellan engineer. He designed the starcruiser Halcyon);
Gol Ponk (Kel Dor Captain of the Halcyon during the High Republic)
First Cover:

Zeetar (a male Talpini Tempest Runner for the Nihil)(tied with Wijngaard and Sliney Covers)
Jedi Master Nib Assek, (female human)(tied with Wijngaard and Sliney Covers)
First Canon Appearance:

Crimson Jack (male human pirate nicknamed "Redbeard"),
CanonMarvelW: Ethan SacksA: Will Sliney

Cover: Pasqual Ferry
Halcyon Legacy Issue: 1 Sliney Connecting VariantDate Published:

2/9/2022
First Appearance:

D3-09 (droid serving on the Halcyon Legacy);
Lady Cimina (female Tholothian passenger on Halcyon Legacy);
Shorr Komrin, (male Tholothian passenger on Halcyon Legacy);
Riyola Keevan (Pantoran female starship captain of the Halcyon Legacy);
Shug Drabor (male Anzellan engineer. He designed the starcruiser Halcyon);
Gol Ponk (Kel Dor Captain of the Halcyon during the High Republic)
First Cover:

Zeetar (a male Talpini Tempest Runner for the Nihil)(tied with Wijngaard and Ferry Covers);
Jedi Master Nib Assek, (female human)tied with Wijngaard and Ferry Covers);
Shug Drabor (male Anzellan engineer. He designed the starcruiser Halcyon);
Gol Ponk (Kel Dor Captain of the Halcyon during the High Republic)
First Canon Appearance:

Crimson Jack (male human pirate nicknamed "Redbeard"),
CanonMarvelW: Ethan SacksA: Will Sliney

Cover: Will Sliney
Halcyon Legacy Issue: 1 Wijngaard VariantDate Published:

2/9/2022
First Appearance:

D3-09 (droid serving on the Halcyon Legacy);
Lady Cimina (female Tholothian passenger on Halcyon Legacy);
Shorr Komrin, (male Tholothian passenger on Halcyon Legacy);
Riyola Keevan (Pantoran female starship captain of the Halcyon Legacy);
Shug Drabor (male Anzellan engineer. He designed the starcruiser Halcyon);
Gol Ponk (Kel Dor Captain of the Halcyon during the High Republic)
First Cover:

Zeetar (a male Talpini Tempest Runner for the Nihil)(tied with Sliney and Ferry Covers);
Jedi Master Nib Assek, (female human)tied with Sliney and Ferry Covers);
First Canon Appearance:

Crimson Jack (male human pirate nicknamed "Redbeard"),
CanonMarvelW: Ethan SacksA: Will Sliney

Cover: Caspar Wijngaard
Star Wars: The High Republic Trail of Shadows5Date Published:

2/10/2022
First Appearance:

The Great Leveler ( (a mysterious Nihil weapon/beast that killed Master Loden Greatstorm, feeds on Force-Sensitive being's Force-Sensitivity)(otherwise called the Nameless)
Cameo:

Zint (Aloxian Jedi Youngling)(unnamed in background)
CanonMarvelW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Dave Wachter; (Cover) David Lopez
Star Wars: The High Republic Trail of Shadows5 Baldeon VariantDate Published:

2/10/2022
First Appearance:

The Great Leveler ( (a mysterious Nihil weapon/beast that killed Master Loden Greatstorm, feeds on Force-Sensitive being's Force-Sensitivity)(otherwise called the Nameless)
Cameo:

Zint (Aloxian Jedi Youngling)(unnamed in background)
First Cover:

The Great Leveler ( (a mysterious Nihil weapon/beast that killed Master Loden Greatstorm, feeds on Force-Sensitive being's Force-Sensitivity)(otherwise called the Nameless)
CanonMarvelW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Dave Wachter; (Cover) David Lopez
Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Issue: 13Date Published:

02/23/2022
First Appearance:

Zint (Aloxian Jedi Youngling)
CanonIDWW: Daniel Jose OlderA: Harvey Tolibao
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 15Date Published:

03/02/2022
Death of:

Jedi Master Orbalin;
Jedi Master Estala Maru,;
Nooranbakarakana (Frozian Jedi.).
MarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Ario Anindito (Cover) Phil Noto
Star Wars: The High Republic Eye of the Storm 2Date Published:

03/02/2022
First Appearance:

The Shear (A group of 7 Nihil loyal to Marchion Ro himself rather than their own interests. Branded with a storm symbol on their head);
Stormseed (a device capable of shutting down hyperspace lanes);
Izzet Noor (male human Senator from Serenno);
Pevel Kronara (male human Republic Admiral)
Second Appearance:

The Great Leveler ( (a mysterious Nihil weapon/beast that killed Master Loden Greatstorm, feeds on Force-Sensitive being's Force-Sensitivity)(otherwise called the Nameless)
MarvelW: Charles SouleA: Guillermo Sanna

Cover; Ryan Brown
Crimson Reign Issue: 3Date Published:

3/9/2022
Origin:

The Archivist (Sava Madelin Sun) (female human)
MarvelW: Charles SouleA: Steven Cummings;
Crimson Reign Issue: 3 Rahzzah VariantDate Published:

3/9/2022
First Cover:

New Unidentified Female Twi'lek Knight of Ren

Origin:

The Archivist (Sava Madelin Sun) (female human )
MarvelW: Charles SouleA: Steven Cummings;
Star Wars: The High Republic Issue: 15 (Anindito 2nd Print Variant)Date Published:

4/20/22
Death of:

Jedi Master Orbalin;
Jedi Master Estala Maru,;
Nooranbakarakana (Frozian Jedi.).

First Cover:

Elzar Mann (male Jedi)
MarvelW: Cavan ScottA: Ario Anindito
(Cover) Ario Anindito
Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season One Graphic Novel (Panini UK) Issue: NADate Published:

5/18/2022
First graphic novel appearance of:

Din Djarin ("The Mandalorian", a human male member of the Armorer's Mandalorian cloister);
Mythrol (sentient humanoid species with amphibious traits);
Kubaz Ferryman;
The Armorer (female Mandalorian Armorer from Mandalore who led the Tribe, a part of the Children of the Watch);
The Client ( a human male who was associated with a remnant of the Galactic Empire );
IG-11 (IG-series assassin droid who was a bounty hunter during the New Republic Era);
Greef Karga (human male agent of the Bounty Hunters' Guild );
Kuiil (Ughnaught male);
Pershing (human male doctor and clone engineer affiliated with a remnant of the Galactic Empire );
ST-70 Assault Ship (In particular the ship that appears here is Din's ship, the Razor Crest);
Pagodon (planet);
Arvala-7(planet);
Nevarro (planet);
Grogu ( unnamed and simply known as "The Child", known by fans as "Baby Yoda");
Chettkap (Jawa male who served as the chief of a Jawa tribe on the planet Arvala-7);
Mudhorn (large horned creatures that inhabited Arvala-7. The eggs of mudhorns were considered a delicacy by Jawas);
Blurrg (two-legged beast of burden);
Kuiil Paz Vizsla (male Mandalorian);
Cara Dune (former Rebel Alliance drop troop);
Pelli Motto (female human, owns repair shop on Tattooine);
Toro Calican (male human, aspiring bounty hunter);
Fennec Shand (female human, bounty hunter);
Ranzar Malk (male human bounty hunter);
Mayfeld (male human bounty hunter, former Imperial trooper);
Burg (male Devaronian bounty hunter);
Zero (droid bounty hunter);
Xi’an (female Twi'lek bounty hunter);
Moff Gideon (male human Imperial Moff);
CanonPanini UKW: Alessandro FerrariA: Matteo Piana;
Igor Chimisso
The High Republic The Edge of Balance Issue: Volume 2 Graphic Novel Date Published:

5/24/2022
First Appearance:

Nan (female human member of the Nihil)
CanonVizW: Daniel Older, Shima Shinya A:
Mizuki Sakakibara
Big Gangan Vol. 6 May 2022 Issue: NADate Published:

5/25/2022
First manga appearance of:

Dan G'Vash (male human Jedi Padawan);
Tajin Crosser (male human Jedi Knight);
"The Elder" (male human dark side Force user from Star Wars Visions);
Din Djarin ("The Mandalorian", a human male member of the Armorer's Mandalorian cloister);
Mythrol (sentient humanoid species with amphibious traits);
Kubaz Ferryman;
Speeder Pilot (human male on Pagadon played by Brian Posehn on Disney+);
ST-70 Assault Ship (In particular the ship that appears here is Din's ship, the Razor Crest);
Pagodon (planet);
Arvala-7(planet);
Nevarro (planet);

First Manga Preview of:

Grogu ( unnamed and simply known as "The Child", known by fans as "Baby Yoda");
LegendsSquare Enix W: Kamome Shirahama (The Elder);
Yusuke Osawa (The Mandalorian)
A: Kamome Shirahama (The Elder);
Yusuke Osawa (The Mandalorian)
The Mandalorian Issue: 1 Date Published:

7/13/2022
First Appearance (in a traditional comic book format):

Din Djarin ("The Mandalorian", a human male member of the Armorer's Mandalorian cloister);
Mythrol (sentient humanoid species with amphibious traits);
The Armorer (female Mandalorian Armorer from Mandalore who led the Tribe, a part of the Children of the Watch);
The Client ( a human male who was associated with a remnant of the Galactic Empire );
IG-11 (IG-series assassin droid who was a bounty hunter during the New Republic Era);
Greef Karga (human male agent of the Bounty Hunters' Guild );
Kuiil (Ughnaught male);
Pershing (human male doctor and clone engineer affiliated with a remnant of the Galactic Empire );
ST-70 Assault Ship (In particular the ship that appears here is Din's ship, the Razor Crest);
Pagodon (planet);
Arvala-7(planet);
Nevarro (planet).
Cameo (in a traditional comic book format):

Grogu (a single hand reaching out of a pram, unnamed and simply known as "The Child", known by fans as "Baby Yoda");
Ravinak (large water-dwelling creatures that swim under the ice sheets of Pagodon);
CanonMarvelW: Rodney BarnesA: Georges Jeanty

Cover: Adi Granov
The Mandalorian Issue: 1 (Jimenez Variant) Date Published:

7/13/2022
First Appearance (in a traditional comic book format):

Din Djarin ("The Mandalorian", a human male member of the Armorer's Mandalorian cloister);
Mythrol (sentient humanoid species with amphibious traits);
The Armorer (female Mandalorian Armorer from Mandalore who led the Tribe, a part of the Children of the Watch);
The Client ( a human male who was associated with a remnant of the Galactic Empire );
IG-11 (IG-series assassin droid who was a bounty hunter during the New Republic Era);
Greef Karga (human male agent of the Bounty Hunters' Guild );
Kuiil (Ughnaught male);
Pershing (human male doctor and clone engineer affiliated with a remnant of the Galactic Empire );
ST-70 Assault Ship (In particular the ship that appears here is Din's ship, the Razor Crest);
Pagodon (planet);
Arvala-7(planet);
Nevarro (planet).
Cameo (in a traditional comic book format):

Grogu (a single hand reaching out of a pram, unnamed and simply known as "The Child", known by fans as "Baby Yoda");
Ravinak (large water-dwelling creatures that swim under the ice sheets of Pagodon);
First Cover:

Vi Moradi (Starling, Amaka Kottu, Evette Harlo, Magpie, or Mother Hen was a human female spy who served the Resistance. She first appeared in the novel, Phasma, followed by the Galaxy’s Edge: Black Spire novel. She was also previously mentioned in a comic: Allegiance 1 .)
CanonMarvelW: Rodney BarnesA: Georges Jeanty

Cover: Phil Jimenez
The Mandalorian Issue: 2Date Published:

8/17/2022
First Appearance (in a traditional comic book format):


Grogu ( unnamed and simply known as "The Child", known by fans as "Baby Yoda");
Chettkap (Jawa male who served as the chief of a Jawa tribe on the planet Arvala-7);
Mudhorn (large horned creatures that inhabited Arvala-7. The eggs of mudhorns were considered a delicacy by Jawas).
CanonMarvelW: Rodney BarnesA: Georges Jeanty

Cover: Kaare Andrews