The Princess Leia Diaries is a short comic written by Jason Hall that appeared in Star Wars Tales 11 and was collected in Star Wars Tales Volume 3.

Plot summary[edit | edit source]

Using excerpts from her diary, the story follows the experiences of Princess Leia Organa as a young girl as she grows up in a high class society. It gives an insight to her rebellious nature and how her relationship with her adopted father, Prince Bail, sets her on the path against the Galactic Empire. It begins when she is ten years old where she complains about not being able to be herself. It continues through her young life where she exhibits all her funny pranks. The story continues to the point where she becomes the senator of Alderaan.

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Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

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The name of this comic was possibly inspired by The Princess Diaries series of young adult novels by Meg Cabot, basis of the popular 2001 Disney movie of the same name.

The incident where Leia drops a water balloon on Tarkin's head is referred to in Jason Hall's later Star Wars Tales story "The Other".

Though not identified in the comic itself, the redhead in Tarkin's airspeeder was identified as Natasi Daala on TheForce.net forums.[1]

Notes and references[edit | edit source]

  1. Tales #11 (spoilers) on the Jedi Council Forums (Literature board; posted by Nerf-Lover on March 22, 2002 at 8:16 AM; accessed February 27, 2013) (backup link)
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