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Doctor Aphra 24 is the twenty-fourth issue of the comic book series Star Wars: Doctor Aphra. The comic was written by Simon Spurrier, illustrated by Kev Walker, and published by Marvel Comics on September 26, 2018. The issue contains the story "The Catastrophe Con Part V," in which Doctor Aphra's escape plans are hindered by the arrival of Triple-Zero and Darth Vader.

Publisher's summary[]

OUT OF THE FRYING PAN, INTO THE HEAT-DEATH OF A PLANET-KILLING METEOR STRIKE! Swindling, backstabbing and even occasionally feeling bad about it, all of DOCTOR APHRA's attempts to escape her prison-world have failed. But…wait — here comes an Imperial shuttle. Could this be salvation? Wait…those breathing sounds seem familiar…

Plot summary[]

Part V
Doctor Aphra's greed for an ancient lightsaber
guarded by a swarm of Force-powered
hookspores has doomed Accresker Jail! Under
Imperial interrogation she has revealed their
existence in an attempt to keep her darkest
secret: knowledge of Darth Vader's plot to
supplant the Emperor.

Fearing contagion, the Empire has abandoned
the jail on a collision course with a nearby
planet. In order to escape with Magna Tolvan,
Sana Starros and the shape-shifter Lopset,
Aphra has struck a deal with vigilante Tam

But Aphra is determined not to leave
empty-handed. And other enemies far more
dangerous than Posla may have caught wind
of her current predicament....



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Notes and references[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 MarvelLogo.svg Star Wars: Doctor Aphra (2016) #24 on Marvel Comics' official website (backup link)
  2. Doctor Aphra 22 is set between issues 21 and 40 of the Star Wars: Doctor Aphra comic-book series. The events of issue 21 take place after the Battle of Yavin, which marks the beginning of 0 ABY, according to Star Wars: Galactic Atlas, while the rebel base on Hoth is still intact during the events of issue 40. Given that Galactic Atlas dates the destruction of the base to 3 ABY, the issue must therefore have been set between 0 ABY and 3 ABY.

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