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[The Dark Times]
Events that occur between 19 and 2 years before the Battle of Yavin.

[Agent of the Empire: Iron Eclipse]

Graphic Novel
Published as Agent of the Empire
Volume 1: Iron Eclipse.
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[things from another world]


This story is included in:

[Epic Collection: The Empire: Volume 6]

The Empire: Volume 6

Comic Book series
Published December 2012 thru April 2012
as Agent of the Empire: Iron Eclipse #1, 2,
3, 4 & 5 by Dark Horse Comics:

[Agent of the Empire: Iron Eclipse - issue 1 (Stéphane Roux cover)][Agent of the Empire: Iron Eclipse - issue 1 (Dave Wilkins cover)]

Issue #1
(Stéphane Roux cover)
Issue #1
(Dave Wilkins

[Agent of the Empire: Iron Eclipse - issue 2][Agent of the Empire: Iron Eclipse - issue 3]

Issue #2Issue #3

[Agent of the Empire: Iron Eclipse - issue 4][Agent of the Empire: Iron Eclipse - issue 5]

Issue #4Issue #5

e-Comic Book Series
Issues #1 thru #5 published 2011-2012
by Dark Horse Digital.

Iron Eclipse
John Ostrander, Stéphane Roux, Julien Hugonnard-Bert et al.
Dark Horse Comics
Story published as:
Comic Book series (2011-2012)
e-Comic Book series (2011-2012)
Graphic Novel (2012)
Epic Collection Graphic Novel (2020)
Alternative language(s):[Also published in French language]

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1 review

The name's Cross. Jahan Cross.
There's a new secret agent in the galaxy, and he has the weight of the Empire behind him!
Cross's mission takes him and his assistant IN-GA 44 to the affluent Corporate Sector. There, on the trail of stolen droid technology, they will rub elbows with diplomats and desperadoes, captains of industry and sergeants of the local police—and rub most of them the wrong way!
Undercover as a diplomatic attaché, Imperial agent Jahan Cross continues his investigation into the stolen droid technology and the mysterious project known as “Iron Eclipse.” At an elegant embassy soirée in the Corporate Sector, Cross locks his sights on the Stark family.
Before the evening is over, more than one player will be out of the game and Cross will be wanted for murder!
Framed for a murder he didn't commit, Imperial Agent Jahan Cross is on the run from Corporate Sector authorities, and uncovering the secrets behind the mysterious "Iron Eclipse" project—all without the assistance of his missing droid, IN-GA 44.
But Cross is not entirely without allies, because he knows these two smugglers with a very fast ship...
So far tonight, Jahan Cross has been "killed," has entered into a "marriage" of convenience with the sister of his enemy, and has had a knock-down, drag-out fight with a murderous droid. Now he's onboard the Millennium Falcon and headed for an obvious trap!
Jahan Cross finally learns the truth about the deadly project called "Iron Eclipse." Now all he has to do is defeat the crazed mastermind behind it all, keep his allies from double-crossing him, and escape the Corporate Sector with his life!

This story occurs approximately 3 years before the Battle of Yavin.

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Review by Jon L. Polacek, USA, 2014:
"Star Wars & James Bond; what a great mix just like that always shaken never stirred Vodka Martini of James Bond. It was a great story worthy of Star Wars and James Bond. The main character, Jahan Cross, lives up to the James Bond stereotype in which all the girls he gets die for him and he ends up with one in his arms like Bond did in the books & movies. Plus they reinvigorated an old villain from almost 10 years and made him go as mad as any Bond villain could go. Also loved how they brought in everyone’s favorite rogues Han Solo and Chewbacca to help him. Cross is also a character with a interesting back story like Bond that reminded me of the last movie “Skyfall”. I also like the guys who created the gadgets he used."

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