Star Wars #31 Cover

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  • Star Wars #31 (Christopher Action Figure Variant) Cover
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Star Wars #31 Issues Additional Issues

Star Wars #31

Marvel: May 17, 2017   Writer: Jason Aaron   Art: Salvador Larroca   Cover: Stuart Immonen  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 75960608113403111   Diamond ID: MAR171111   GCIN: 969818

'THE SCREAMING CITADEL' - PART 2 While Luke and Aphra face the Queen of the Citadel? ?Han and Leia are coming?for Aphra?! Rated T

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